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Recent Spanish Wells Reviews

Pure, unadulterated bliss!

5 of 5
My husband and I just returned from the happiest, most relaxing vacation we have ever taken. We stayed at Aunt Marjorie’s Cottage on the small island of Spanish Wells, in the Bahamas. I had visited the island back in the 1980’s, and have always wanted to return. The water is crystalline blue, the beaches surround the island in white, powdery sand, the little conch cottages are welcoming in bright shades of pink, yellow, blue, and green, and the residents are the friendliest people you can imagine. Other than a few more streets, houses, and a real grocery store, nothing has really changed. Aunt Marjorie’s Cottage is wonderful. It is built in the old conch style, with cozy rooms that wrap you in comfort. You can open the windows and smell the sea air, using the air conditioning only when absolutely necessary. Everything is available to meet your needs, including Wifi and a toll-free phone to the U.S. While we swore that we were going “off the grid,” it was reassuring to know that we could be in contact with our family, when necessary. The house has a lovely yard and garden, with chairs for relaxing and a grill to use. We sat every day and watched doves, hummingbirds, and the neighborhood cats come to visit. A very short walk north takes you to one of the gorgeous sand beaches on the island, on which you only occasionally meet others. An even shorter walk to the south takes you to Budda’s Snack Shack, a casual, outdoor bar and grill with excellent food and a very laid-back atmosphere. Budda also has a liquor store on the premises, if you are interested. Truthfully, we ate there every night of our stay, since it was less expensive than buying groceries! While the whole vacation was an amazing experience for the senses, it would not have been the same, had we not met Roy and Linda, the owners of Aunt Marjorie’s Cottage. When we arrived, Roy met us at the town dock with our “buggy,” a big smile on his face, and a huge hug! He is vibrant, entertaining, and as we came to find, both generous, and kind. From there, we followed him to the cottage, only to find Linda waiting for us on the front steps. She had prepared a delicious lunch of baked lobster, twice-baked potatoes, broccoli, and homemade cake, ready for us to eat at the dining room table. Linda, too, is extremely kind and generous and welcomed us as if we were family. Indeed, we were treated as family during our entire stay. When Roy made his delicious conch
  • Submitted: Jan 21, 2015
  • Stayed: Jan 2015

Great Stay

5 of 5
Five of us made the trip to Spanish Wells for a two week stay over New Years. We stayed at the Calypso Cottage and it was perfect for us. It is spacious and well kept. It had everything we needed. It has a great view of the harbor and is a short walk to the beach. Lorraine was a wonderful host. The day we arrived was a holiday and all the stores were closed. Lorraine arranged to have some groceries at the house for us. We rented a golf cart for the week, which made getting around the island easy. We also rented a boat for one week. Brent showed us how to use it and gave us tips on where to go. We took it fishing and had several dinners with our catch. Also, Brian was always helping, whether it was where to rent fishing poles (island tackle) or where the fireworks would be (right out front of the cottage). Also, the town was great. Everyone is so nice. Our daughter participated in the games and races for kids at the ball fields. She met several kids and had a blast. We can't wait to go back.
  • Submitted: Jan 11, 2015
  • Stayed: Dec 2014

Coral Cove = great experience

5 of 5
This was a great choice for our island retreat! Tyson set up the taxi service for our arrival and departure, met us at the landing, gave us a tour of the island, and was always just a phone call or email away. He was glad to share Bahamian culture with us as well as island history. We were able to see a great variety of fish and sea creatures with an easy swim off the coast from the cottage. Two kayaks, a golf cart, and various beach equipment were enough to keep up busy all day long. Everything is very easy to find, and all of the locals are wonderfully welcoming people! We felt safe and at home as soon as we arrived on the island! On our way to the return taxi, Tyson even stopped to get some shells from his own diving experiences which we were able to share with our children upon our return home. The meal that April cooked for us upon our arrival was outstanding and enough for two meals for us--lobster, rice, and mashed potatoes which were all delicious! If you are looking for a beautiful, private, safe, and comfortable get away, look no farther! You can't be this cottage or its owners! Thank you Tyson and April for a GREAT stay!
  • Submitted: Jan 8, 2015
  • Stayed: Dec 2014