About this listing
A comfortable,colonial ,apartment, in a quiet,exclusive community , just 100 yds. from a white sandy beach . A large bedroom w/bath and airy , open , living area,surrounded by Butterfly palms make this an ideal retreat for the discerning traveller.
It's very secluded and surrounded by lush palms and trees , yet just a short walk to various stores , and the bus stop . Buses get you to either downtown or the hotel / casino strip in 10 mins . Two people fit very comfortably in an ideal spot to lounge in the verandah or garden
Guests have access to all the usual amenities of a fully equipped apartment , including a desk top computer , and WiFi , T,V, with satellite programming
Interaction with Guests
The host lives in the other wing of the house and offers as much help as the guests would like to make their stay enjoyable - respecting their privacy and avoiding intrusion
The neighborhood is upscale with beautiful homes and quiet with very little through traffic . The location offers lots of walking experiences in all directions - and is very close to the beach . Many guests enjoy the walk to Downtown along the beach path opposite the house
Getting around is easy - no need for a car .Jitney buses stop 100 yds from the house and the service is frequent . They'll take you to downtown in 10 mins , or to the supermarket and Hotel beaches out Cable Beach in the same time . Guests have the option of having a taxi meet them at a set fee of $25
Other Things to Note
Guests can sit at the dining table and enjoy the sea view and the offshore island over breakfast .
Personally , I like to take my coffee in hand and stroll over to the beach to watch the cruise ships enter the harbour .
I appreciate guests who respect their surroundings . Pets are allowed with prior consultation . Smoking is fine in the verandah area where's lots of fresh air
About the Host, Stuart
A retired college professor who enjoys meeting people , and helping visitors maximize their stay in terms of leisure and relaxation . A life motto would be " Do unto others as you would have them do unto you "