We stayed at “On The Rocks,” in July of 2016. We were immediately impressed by the art and décor of the property. It has a very beachy, colourful, island feel. The property has the capacity for a large number of guests. It has a full kitchen and utility room. Although the location was quiet and remote the property still provides modern conveniences. Nearby there are two wonderful delis with fresh coffee, pastries and bread baked daily. We were a family of two teenagers and a four year old. My eldest daughter and I spent our time reading and working on our tan. We went swimming and enjoyed relaxation time on the sun trapped patio. There is a library of books and magazines. My son and his Dad played board games, also provided and went snorkeling. We even bought the four year old her own snorkeling set as there was such an array of ocean life to be discovered at the beach. The beach was second to none. It was like something from a movie, with pink sands and turquoise waters and more or less completely private. We spent hours enjoying the shallow waters. It is advisable to wake with the sun and take a sunrise walk at low tide. The views of the sunrise across the quiet ocean were majestic. The restaurants close by were fantastic and we would especially recommend Tippy’s where you will soak up local culture and atmosphere and also the 1648, a fabulous dining experience with great service and delicious fare. Another adventure that we would recommend would be a day trip to Harbor Island which can be accessed via ferry. Once there, rent a golf buggy, explore the great shops and restaurants and visit the Gallery for beautiful local paintings and photography. You won’t be disappointed. Our trip to Eleuthra and our stay at “On The Rocks” will remain in our hearts and memories for years to come.