|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
3.5 miles from George Town, off the beaten track on the South, lee side, of the island facing the sun all day long. The water is only 5 feet deep for 1.5 miles (yes, one and a half miles) to the outer cays, at high tide, and ankle deep at low tide. You've never experience this magic until you visited and have walked out to the cays into the sea and looked back at the island. You can spend your days without seeing another soul in the 1 acre property and indulge in the beauty of the view, be it cooling off in the sea, barbecuing on the decking, or lying in the hammock in the shade with a cocktail.
Video of Seabreeze Point is available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/-8abjBPjt7Y
This is our family holiday home in the sun. We rent the house when not visiting the island, as the house is completely separated between the upper and lower levels and both self contained. We rent out the upstairs for couples as Seabreeze Point is on a secluded plot of land with no direct neighbour, so seclusion is guaranteed during your vacation.
If your looking for fantastic ocean views, gorgeous sunsets and sunrises and spectacular star shows right from your private deck along with easy access to the water for swimming and floating at high tide and walking the sand bars at low tide, this is the place for you. The house itself is a secluded, laid back, bare bones beach house without a lot of amenities but it feels like your living on your own private island. We found it clean and comfortable but not luxurious.
In addition to its secluded location, it is relatively close to the 2 best beaches (Tropic of Cancer and Forbes Hill) and 2 of the best restaurants (Santana's and Tropic Breeze) on Little Exuma. When visiting Santana's, Mom's Bakery right next door and the little yellow conch fritter shack across the road are a must for homemade Bahamian treats and some of the best conch fritters on the island. You're also only 3 1/2 miles from Georgetown if you feel the need for a "little" civilization.
Freddie, the caretaker was very responsive to our needs and added to the pleasure of our visit. He was a great source of information about the island. He was able to get us grouper (which he filleted for us) and fresh lobster tails at a very reasonable price and gave us instructions on how to cook on the outdoor wood burning grill.
We very much enjoyed our visit and hope to return.
My husband and I rented this home for our honeymoon and LOVED it so much! It has the most incredible view, the water is warm and the most beautiful shade of turquoise blue with white sand. Just breathtakingly beautiful. There is a hammock out front that my husband relaxed in everyday - he said he didn't even want to leave because we were already here - in paradise. It is our favorite place to stay and to visit. We would like to make this an annual vacation and hope that Michael will welcome us again in his beautiful home. We had very comfortable, clean beds and an open kitchen with ocean views. My cell phone worked fine and I was able to work remotely for the brief periods of time that I needed to. I would highly recommend staying here to anyone. It's beautiful and the location is the best around! Enjoy.
We were at seabreeze point in February 2012. Just arrived we entered the apartment on the ground floor and found quite a dead rat on the floor. We climb to the first floor where there are our rooms. The house was dirty and smelled stuffy, the kitchen was in poor condition totally encrusted with limescale, dirty dishes, shower was completely encrusted with limescale, the water that came out was brown and smelled of sewage, the rooms were small and thin. The interior walls did not reach the ceiling as a result there was no privacy (we were two couples ...). There is no tv no internet connection there. We had to clean everything and only thanks to the kindness of neighbors (Mike & Angie) after three days we had clean water. Pretty much the house was closed from December 2011!
Too bad because the house would have cared if it was beautiful.
Excuse my English, I used Google.
Seabreeze Point is located 3.5 miles east from the capital, George Town, only 30 feet from the water edge.
|Refundable damage deposit||$250|