Luxurious villa in a private beach community with tropical gardens, private pool, and observation deck that looks out onto the 3 1/2 miles of white sandy beach that National Geographic rates 'one of the 10 best beach in the world'. Swim, snorkel or scuba dive in pristine beautiful water with colorful coral reefs among tropical fish, dolphins and starfish. Sample the local cuisine of fresh fish, lobster, conch fritters and johnny cake. Play golf on the 18-hole championship course. Enjoy world class deep sea fishing, boating, sailing, water skiing, and out-island trips. The villa, completely renovated in 2006, includes 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, living and dinning areas and gourmet kitchen. Cathedral ceiling, ceiling fans, tile floors, central air conditioning and garden patios create a spacious and comfortable atmosphere. There is a king-size bed, two twin beds, and queen sleeper sofa. Steps to the beach, and close to marina, restaurants, shops, tennis courts and golf course.
Sorry It's taken me soo long to write up my raving review of your beautiful villa on Treasure Cay. First, I have to say, you and Clint did an EXCELLENT job renovating your villa. No detail was spared.
The beds were comfy, the A/C worked great and every kitchen gadget needed was there.
You've got a real gem of a house caretaker, Clint! Please send him a big "hello" from the whole family. Clint came by on a regular basis to make sure everything in the house was working properly, and to just make sure we were comfortable and having a good time.
Thanks for all the great restaurant tips. We had lunch at the Coco Beach Bar, and the kids loved Thursday Night Pizza, Pizza at the Tipsy Seagull. We also ate one night at Coconut's which was very good.
Oh, and I will not forget Cafe Florence's cinnamon rolls! Yummy!!
We went on a couple of excursions to other cays, Green Turtle and Great Guana. Both were nice, but I think Treasure Cay is the most beautiful beach I've ever seen.
One of our favorite finds was going to "The Point", as we liked to call it. If you go left out of the Beach Villas and travel to the end of the road, to the tip of Treasure Cay beach and walk between a couple of private homes onto the beach at low tide, you'll find the most amazing sand bar. We literally walked out 100's of yards in no more than waist deep water at the highest, but mostly ankle deep water. We found tons of starfish and sand dollars. We even saw a sting ray!
This is probably more than the website can handle so I'll wrap it up.
Thanks for sharing your lovely home with us! Can't wait to go back.
Warmest regards, Kelly
Most people who come to Abaco come to enjoy the beautiful water and all that that has to offer. There are some bigger ticket items as well, like billfish tournaments and yacht regattas. The challenging 18-hole championship golf course at the Treasure Cay Resort is another alternative, as well as the much-acclaimed 3 1/2-mile beach here. Good roads allow you to explore the 100-mile-long mainland by rental car. Along the way, you can see villages with lots of history, photograph island architecture and take a hike in a forest preserve with a population of protected wild parrots.