What a super place to stay!
Submitted: March 2, 2008
Stayed: February 2008
First of all, all of our email exchanges with Karen were very helpful. When we met her in person, we found her to be extremely helpful, too.
The place was immaculate, tastefully furnished and stocked with many useful things which made us regret having packed things like life jackets, beach towels and the like. There was even a fishing pole! Note to self: next time, pack lighter!
The pool was very, very nice. Alas, the gym was being refurbished, so we couldn't work off all of the good food available in the area!
We find this location to be very quiet and soothing. As former teachers, we just smiled broadly when we heard the daily announcements coming from the nearby high school. If you were to sleep in a bit, you would miss them entirely.
Lots of shorebirds near the point; we did not use the kayak as much as we would have liked.
Restaurants not to miss: Kaiyo, with its spectacular lunch sushi and Cuban buffet; Big Fish for stone crab; The Fish House for the freshest of the fresh fish. Manny and Isa's is not what it was, but the portions are ENORMOUS, so plan to split or eat leftovers for awhile. I like Cuban, and the pie is still great.
We liked the proximity of the UCC church, too. Very laid back---you can bring your pet! Very friendly.
We didn't use the hide a bed, but a small family could bring kids here.
Families with Teenagers,
Families with Young Children
Helpful votes: 35/35
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