We have three "economy" cabanas, eight "deluxe" casitas, and a "grand casita".
Economy cabanas are 10 x 11, with a shared bath. They are simple but comfortable and can sleep two per room. Cost is $25 per night, double occupancy. Deluxe casitas are 12 x 16, with a 7 x 16 veranda. They have a double bed and a futon that makes into a double bed. There's a private bath, plenty of glass windows with screens. Shower is outside but private. They are "cute", quiet, very private and very comfortable. Cost is $55 per night, double occupancy, and $5 for each additional person. The "grand casita" is 24 X 16 (twice the size of the regular casita) with a 24 foot veranda. It offers a coffee maker, CD player, queen size bed, and a solar hot water heater. Cost is $80, double occupancy. Rates are slightly higher during Christmas and Easter.

A deposit is due upon confirmation of reservations. In the event of a cancellation, 50% of these monies may be refunded if we are given 30 days notice. Traveler's checks are welcomed. Personal checks are accepted, though we ask that you notify us of this before your arrival.

By sending us your deposit, you have read and agreed to our reservation policy.

We serve breakfast every day, and dinner most of the time (usually fish, lobster or conch). Many fresh vegetables are served from our large garden. We normally do not serve lunch, though there are several eating places on the island. Breakfast is a $5, including brewed coffee and fresh fruit. Dinner is $9 to $10. Lobster is normally around $15. . If you have food allergies or aversions, OR IF YOU ARE A VEGETARIAN, please let us know BEFORE your arrival.

Snorkel gear is $15.00 per day rental. Guided snorkel trips in our boat are $5.00 per person. There is great snorkeling from the beaches. Kayaks are $15.00 per day, $6 per hour.

Fishing trips (open water trolling) are $45 for one person, and $10 for each additional person. Trips last about two hours. All bait and tackle are included. Our fishing panga is equipped with GPS, VHS, down rigger and high-speed planer. We generally troll with rigged ballyhoo. Kingfish, barracuda, dolphin, jack and mackerel are our most common catches.

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