Submitted: February 4, 2013
Stayed: December 2012
I can't say enough good things about this property! It is secluded, but close to the Bluff House Club. My wife says it's like living in a grove of palm trees, and the view west across the Sea of Abaco is spectacular. The first morning that we were there, sitting out on the balcony, we looked down into the water and watched two large spotted eagle rays swimming side by side along the edge.
Since the house itself is built in an octagonal shape, the rooms feature interesting lines (with floor-to-ceiling windows everywhere). You can close up the entire house in cool or hot weather, but you still feel like you are outside enjoying nature. The interior is done simply, but with high-quality linens, cooking implements, etc. throughout. Sherry, who lives nearby, clearly loves the property and cares that it's well maintained. She is very helpful too.
As with every place on GTC, you will want a golf cart or (our preference) small boat to get around the island. The golf cart gets you to New Plymouth in about 20 minutes, and everywhere else in less time. The boat can get you to town too, and it lets you explore nearby islands as well. I should add that, when the winds are strong - pretty often here - the water gets choppy. Taking the boat to town or to a little island isn't dangerous, but it will bounce you around and get you wet. Of course, that's part of the adventure in coming here in the first place. All in all, this is a wonderful island, and a great place to stay when you are on the island.
Tourists without a Car,
Families with Teenagers
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