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Vieques Island: Cottage Rentals with parking included (8)

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                  Recent Vieques Island Reviews

                  Location,Location,Location

                  5 of 5
                  Aptly named Casa Panorama does indeed have a breath-taking view of the Caribbean Sea but you will soon come to appreciate the other advantages of it's central and elevated location. It was always a pleasure to deal with Emily who was an attentive and caring host and we really appreciated sweet Maria picking us up at the airport, driving us to our car rental and then escorting us to Casa Panorama. It made us feel immediately relaxed and welcome to beautiful Vieques. Upon our arrival, we opened every shutter in the house and never shut them for the rest of the week....the breeze was amazing. We enjoyed breakfast on the lanai every morning, usually packed a picnic lunch and spent the rest of the day snorkeling at a variety of the beautiful beaches. Our favorite snorkeling was with Little Boat when Jorge took us to two off shore reefs on his Hobie, and snorkeling the west side of Cayo La Chiva at La Chiva beach. Read The Vieques Insider Beach Guide on Emily's coffee table to learn everything you need to know about the incredible Vieques beaches. When we had had enough sun and salt water, we would come "home" to a nice hot shower and relaxing cocktail on the lanai before heading out to dinner. The hot water on demand system never runs out. We were amazed at the selection of good restaurants available on such a small island. Every night we ate at a different place, some just down the road like Noche and Tin Box and on other nights we drove about 10 minutes into Esperanza and walked the Malecon until we decided on our spot for the night. One day we had a great lunch at Café Mamasonga in Isabel II and got some great shots of the largest and most colorful Iguana we have ever seen live, as he wandered along some branches and lumbered onto the railing surrounding the bar and just had a little visit. On our first night, we enjoyed a magical glass bottom kayak tour of the Bioluminescent Bay with Taino. Check the lunar calendar before booking your tour. Every night we fell to sleep easily in the comfy beds surrounded by the quiet night and gentle breeze. The next time we come to Vieques, we hope to stay at Casa Panorama for two weeks instead of just one. Thank you again Emily and Esther for sharing your lovely home with us. Bev, David and Kate Saunders, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
                  • Submitted: Apr 3, 2016
                  • Stayed: Mar 2016

                  Great Value in Vieques

                  5 of 5
                  Andrea's house was a great find on our recent trip to Vieques. The house is located on a HUGE lot in a residential neighborhood. Great beach chairs, cooler & umbrella... and plenty of towels. I would definitely return.
                  • Submitted: Mar 17, 2016
                  • Stayed: Feb 2016

                  We fell in love with this cottage!

                  5 of 5
                  Just returned from a week-long stay at Casa Perlita. We absolutely loved it. The cottage has a large fenced-in yard with coconut palms, a breezy front porch, and every room in the cottage has a high ceiling with a ceiling fan. The windows are louvered, and have unobtrusive bars (painted white - you don't really even notice them) for security, so you can leave the windows open without worrying when you're out at the beach. We didn't turn the AC on even once. The cottage is bright and cheery, and very well cared-for. There were five of us: four adults and one 11 year-old child, and we felt like we had plenty of space. The kitchen is small, but perfectly functional. We cooked most nights and had no problems. The bedrooms are all very comfortable and nicely decorated. There was always plenty of hot water and pretty good water pressure in the shower. The cottage has new beach chairs (thanks!) and some snorkeling equipment. The location of the cottage is great; it's a stone's throw from a pretty little beach with a swimming area perfect for kids due to a natural rock shelf about 20 feet from shore that protects it from waves. Walk down the beach to the East at sunset, and you'll probably see the horses that like to come and go through the sea grape bushes at the beach's edge. There are dogs around - some with collars, some not - but they're all oddly friendly. The local dogs and the horse next door got plenty of treats from my daughter. The neighborhood is pretty quiet - at night, you'll mostly hear the ocean and the tree frogs, but you will also hear local roosters (who are not at all hesitant about crowing well before dawn). It only takes about 5 minutes to drive into Isabel, where you'll find the nearest market, your source for rum, coffee, and non-essential items like food. I highly recommend Yaucono brand coffee - it's good and cheap. There's a fish market next to the ferry dock, but they close sometime around 2:00 PM. Look for huge tarpon in the little harbor. Isabel is less touristy than Esperanza, and has a cute little square and some pretty buildings. Most of the destination beaches are only 15 minutes away. They're all stunning. Head West to Punta Arenas for good snorkeling. The snorkeling's good along the protected side of the jetty (at "starfish beach") also at the West end of the island. Damien and Michele, the property managers, were super friendly and extremely helpful. We would definitely stay at Casa Perlita again. Hopefully soon!
                  • Submitted: Feb 22, 2016
                  • Stayed: Feb 2016