This boutique bolthole boasts 19 luxurious seaside rooms and suites in colonial Caribbean style with accents of South East Asia, giving it an added tiki feel. Set amongst the lush tropical foliage and along the soft sands of the deserted beaches, the barefoot luxury here is pure bliss. Wooden front bungalows line the gardens and beachfront, the Great house offers fresh local seafood and game dishes and cocktails can be taken before or after dinner at the poolside tiki bar.
Pleasantly off the beaten track this island is accessible from Andros island airport by a 20 minute drive and a five minute ferry ride. Alternatively, the resort can arrange a scenic 10-minute flight via seaplane from Nassau for those who like to arrive in style.
All wooden framed cottages and villas are spacious and airy with high ceilings and Bahamas sunshine pouring through the window shutters. Each beachfront property has a covered veranda with breathtaking views over the bay. The property can offer anything from a spacious studio cottage to a fully staffed four bedroom villa.
Why we like it
Its seclusion and exclusive luxury has little touches that will make you feel like the only guest if that’s what you want. They will do everything to ensure you don’t have to lift a finger in your relaxing home away from home, even going as far as to offer you a bath butler who will draw your bath and decorate it with rose petals and candles.