Dunmore Town House Rental Photos and Description
A 3 bedroom Cottage located in the heart of Dunmore Town, Harbour Island
Salt Box is a 200 year old Bahamian Cottage, tastefully restored recently by a world famous interior designer. It has 2 double bedrooms and 1 twin bedroom and 2 bathrooms, a fully functioning kitchen and a stunning outdoor shower as well as a beautiful garden. It is a little piece of paradise, a small oasis and just a small walk away from the beautiful 5 mile long Pink Sands Beach. Its location in the centre of town also means many of the incredible bars and restaurants are just a short walk away. Salt Box is the perfect place to come and relax under the Bahamian stars!
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- limited accessibility
- pets considered
About Natasha Shepard
The house is owned by my wife and I. My wife is Bahamian and I am British. We bought the house after absolutely falling in love with its old world charm. It is our holiday home, as we travel there often from our home in Nassau, and will continue to be so for many, many years. We hope you enjoy it and Harbour Island as much as we do!
Natasha Shepard purchased this house in 2012
Why Natasha Shepard chose Dunmore Town
We chose this house as Harbour Island is our absolute favorite place in The Bahamas. As people who live busy lives in Nassau, we love nothing more than to relax on the stunning beach, or at a superb restaurant over a nice glass of wine, and find Harbour Island to be everything we could ever want. The combination of the nations best restaurants (such as The Landing, The Rock House, Pink Sands Resort, The Dunmore, Blu Bungalow etc) and the beautiful setting made Harbour Island an easy choice for our holiday home. Cash Box had everything we wanted as well. Its charm, history and beauty were for us, unparalleled in the Bahamas and we enjoy it more and more every time we get the time to be there!
What makes this house unique
The charm and uniqueness of Salt Box are incredible. Built around 1800, the building was quarried from the ground beneath the building, meaning the house is made from Bahamian Limestone. The thick rocks.