Arrived on the panga in the afternoon with no idea where to stay for the night. Got a private room for the night, Christina was a great host. No WiFi but the room was clean and super comfortable with a fan. Close to the bars and restaurants
Had lunch there two days , both days I had lobster. Had garlic & butter sauce on them. 250.00 cordls or $10.00 bucks US They were fresh and very tasty Pretty sure the grandmother runs the place. Grandkids did a good job serving the meal. Clean place she has rooms for rent too. Saw a “house” kitchen for the guests in the hall looked well stocked with pots and pans. Her restaurant kichen must be in the Back. There was no Wifi in the place
My friend and I stayed at Christina's for about a week and were really happy with our choice (had already tried 2 hostels that had problems). We shared a double room on the 1st floor with shared bathroom - really spacious and lots of storage space - and nice shared balcony. Staff and owners friendly and helpful. Kitchen small but well equipped. Really chilled hostel - would definitely recommend :-)
I stayed at Cristina's for 5 nights. But if I had more cash with me I would have booked something else. The facilities are basic, but it works. Have to say that I didn't spend much time in the guesthouse because exploring the island is amazing. I didn't slept good because of the heath. After the power turns off (every day after 06:00) it was way to warm in my room (garden room) because no breeze came in even when I opened the window (window next to another building). Bed is a bit old I guess. Location of the guesthouse is great. Conclusion: it was okay; especially the heath bothered me in the room.
Christina's guest house is an inexpensive place to stay at little corn Island. Friendly staff, clean rooms (try to get one on the first floor). Shared and clean bathroom. They provide a full equiped kitchen so you can cook and store your flor de cana in a Refrigerator. Quiet time from 11pm does make sence ;-) Very central and nevertheless a quiet place...