|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Situated on the highest point on the island, just 100 yards above the famous beautiful pink sand beach. Walk in the door and leave your city cares behind.
This is a relaxed yet stylish island home with all the conveniences of modern living- daily maid service, a cook’s kitchen, central A/C, cable TV & DVD players in each bedroom, CD/iPod stereo system, high-speed internet and fax.
The three bedroom main house has luxurious living space including a large screened porch with two sitting areas, dining for twelve and a wonderful view of the bay. All rooms have doors leading to the wrap-around porch with commanding views. A small guest house is situated just off the north porch. Beach chairs, umbrella and other articles are also available.
Harbour Island is one of the oldest settlements in the Bahamas located off the north east coast of Eleuthera Island approximately 200 miles from the south Florida coast. The main town, and the first capital of the Bahamas, is Dunmore Town, named after the former Governor of the Bahamas, the Earl of Dunmore (1786-1798), who had a summer residence. It is famous for its pink sand beaches which are found all along the east side of the island and protected by a long stretch of coral reef. The island is accessible by plane through North Eleuthera and Governors Harbour airports, followed by a short water taxi ride. Known as Briland to the locals, it is dotted with colorful New England-style cottages with picket fences and flower lined streets.
$10,000 to $12,000 depending on season