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We have visited twice, with just my wife and me for couple nights, and for more days with our adult children in late teens and early twenties. We like to be active, sailing, kayaking, and knocking about. This is the place to do it. Included...More
Every visit gets better. Our 4th time here and we enjoy everything. This time we came for Thanksgiving. Most people we meet had been here before. The people are the best. Employees, owner and staff are so friendly and want you to have a great...More
Big Thanks to Capt. George and first mate Keith. Lovely, enchanting, sunset cruise on the Endless Summer.
Staff is very accommodating. Cottage is very quirky, smaller than expected, Definitely different from hotel experience and that gives the stay more character. Nice to meet and talk...More
We spent 6 days here last week. We really loved it, the people, and there were many, are all so outgoing and friendly. We were texted by CJ, sort of an onsite manager, most days. He wanted to make sure we were coming and could...More
Fabulous, fun, attentive staff. Funky and kitschy cottages. A few updates are needed, but they're comfy and everything works. (This after the big hurricane, too.) They also have a wonderful volunteer crew who helps with the facilities and with the sailing club. Great place for...More
Did you see my review on this. Very mixed feelings about the place. The pictures make it look like paradise. And in a way it is. However it is VERY run down. The owner had his managers quit right before we got there. It was... More
Did you see my review on this. Very mixed feelings about the place. The pictures make it look like paradise. And in a way it is. However it is VERY run down. The owner had his managers quit right before we got there. It was a lot for him to do. Unless you have to have a sailboat at your disposal (and who knows if it's working) I would look at another place. The Roach that jumped on my arm our last morning did me in.