Elbow Cay and Hope Town Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 2 Bedrooms + Bunk Area, 2 Bath, (Sleeps 6)
Newly renovated 3 bedroom/2 bath waterfront cottage on private beach at harbor entrance, Brand new pool overlooks Sea of Abaco. Magnificent views of sunsets, lighthouse and harbor activity.
Cathedral ceilings and abundant windows create a spacious, bright living room, with brand new furnishings throughout the cottage.
Kayak from the deck, ride bicycles, walk to town, restaurants and other beaches. Outdoor shower.
Keywords: Newly renovated beachfront cottage.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
Guestbook comments from the manager
You've done a lovely job here. We loved the cottage - perfect for our little family. Our third visit to Hope Town, certainly not our last.
My husband and I have been traveling to the Bahamas for several years. In 2007 we traveled to Hope Town for the first time and fell in love with the Abacos. We purchased Lavender Cottage before our vacation was over! Then came the long, slow renovation. We visit Hope Town as often as we can. We go down by ourselves, with our daughters (8 & 10) and with friends. We feel Hope Town is so safe our children are allowed to roam by themselves!! We spend a lot of time on the water - flyfishing in the Marls (in nearby Marsh Harbor), kayaking, snorkeling or just swimming from our garden. We tool around town on a golf cart and take the girls to Tahiti Beach for seashells. There is always something to do. Hope Town is a wonderful place to visit. Maureen & Evan, Norwalk CT
We chose to buy in Hope Town for several reasons. Our first priority was safety for our children and we are very comfortable with them going off to explore by themselves. Secondly there is a lot of things to do, both on and off the water. Third, the Abacos are beautiful and Hope Town Settlement is unique.
Kayaks, bicycles, BBQing your own fresh catch of the day on the deck. Swimming in the pool or the ocean. Walking into town for dinner or cocktails. Taking the ferry to other islands to explore.