Very friendly staff; good location; good food. The property has a restaurant. The rooms at the hotel are equipped with a seating area and a flat-screen TV. This 4-star hotel offers free WiFi. The rooms have a terrace. Guest rooms in the hotel are equipped with a coffee machine.
The prettiest of Bahamas Out Islands: Eleuthera and Harbor Island
Eleuthera is known for its magnificent beaches and its laid back Bahama charm. Shock clear turquoise and blue colored waters ring this mile narrow strip of land providing a number of tropical vacation activities. Diving, snorkeling, swimming, fishing, and boating are merely the beginning of a great island adventure. Of course, kicking back is never out of season!
Press The Island of Freedom Located 50 miles east of Nassau, the island of Eleuthera is little known to the rest of the world. Yet, this undiscovered paradise has it all. Despite all that it has to offer, Eleuthera is only about 1 mile wide and miles long. After the Lucayan population came the Spanish explorers. The island was then uninhabited until , when it was settled by a group of Puritan adventurers in search of religious freedom.
The topography of the island varies, including wide rolling pink sand beaches, large outcrops of ancient coral reefs, caves and other geological features. Eleutheran Adventurers The island's first settlers are believed to have originated from the main continent of the Americas. The island is believed to have been largely unoccupied until the first European settlers arrived in volume, with Puritan colonists who formed the previous year in London arriving in from other parts of Bermuda.