The owners go above and beyond. They really make you feel like you're guests. They can arrange to pick you up from the ferry and they're full of recommendations and information. Louis is a boat captain and can arrange outings and Raquel fills in everything else. You absolutely can't go wrong with these two.
The only thing lacking in the boathouse is an interior sitting area but the outside deck makes up for that. It's very large, has a table and chairs and a hammock. We enjoyed our coffee outside every morning watching the chickens in the yard and sometimes right on the deck while planning our day.
The inside has been complete renovated. The bathroom looks like a 5 star hotel including the towels. You won't find that anywhere else in Puerto Rico in this price range. We didn't cook at all while we were there so I can't speak to the kitchen but it seemed well stocked. All I needed was a coffee pot and it was there and coffee filters were provided.
The boathouse was clean. The air-conditioning was a window unit in the bedroom that we left turned off all day and just turned on at night. It cooled the room in just a few minutes. I noticed one other person mentioned the airport across the road. I did notice it was there but never once heard a plane. Maybe because the air was running at night for background noise but I would assume it's such a small airport I can't imagine planes flying in too late or too early in the morning.
We were only able to stay for two days and rented a golf cart to get around. The only negative about that is if you get caught in the rain. There is a windshield to put up and we carried $1 ponchos with us. The only time we got caught in the rain was coming back from the beach so we really didn't care if we got wet but it might have been a different story if we were heading out to dinner.
When we made reservations here we had our choice of several different places on the island and we chose to stay here and we're very glad we did.