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Oistins Vacation Rentals(3)

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  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
5 night minimum stay
$1,488 - $1,934
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7 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
7 night minimum stay

Recent Oistins Reviews

Beautiful property, awesome manager, great value

5 of 5
I won't repeat all the great thing others have said. I will simply say that I argee with them that this is a fantastic place and a great value. A few specifics: Indira is awesome. Very helpful with in making this a stress free rental. Atmosphere: quite, mostly families and older travelers. No big party crowds The unit: The pictures are accurate and not hiding anything. They cannot do justice to the view. The unit is clean quiet, well stocked with more than basic items, soap, shampoo, starter food, beer, soda really too many items mention. Anything not already in the apt can be bought easily from the nearby store. The units are secure but there is not a safe (didn't feel like one was needed) Internet is DSL and reasonably fast. There are Tv and DVD players but no radios The property: Gated and access restricted, nice pool and small grass area. Chairs were never a problem and can be dragged out onto the beach. There is a community gas grill which can be used for the cost of propane, 10 Barbados dollars There is a simple cardio gym with two elipticals and two bikes and one treadmill. There is also a weight room with multiple machines and free weights The Beach: Moderate waves, soft sand, do not need water shoes. Some days there is a lot of seaweed, other days none at all. I live at a beach and swim in the ocean often. I'd say that the waves here are usually at least moderate and small kids under the age of 10 will probably need an adult in the water with them. There is an unguarded pool that kids can use if the the waves are too big. The unit had a body board and a floating mat. I saw some small digging tools and a bucket for little kids and a beach umbrella in one of the closets. Right next to the unit is a hotel with a beach bar. You can walk over and buy drinks or grab some food if you want. Need for a car. Probably a good idea but not mandatory. You can hire a taxi easily or use the very low cost bus system. The property is an easy walk to Dover beach and St. Lawrance gap (via the Beach).
  • Submitted: Mar 1, 2015
  • Stayed: Feb 2015