The Great Guana Cay Generalizations…

What should you expect?  Guana is one of the last remaining barrier islands in the Abaconian keys that has retained its laid back character.  A few feet from the waters edge of the bay is the one main cart path through the...

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The Beach House

The house was designed as a beachhouse from the start.  There are outstanding views of the ocean everywhere.  In the lower bedroom (toward the East), you can watch the sunrise right over your toes.  On some mornings, just...

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Local Knowledge

If you plan on eating at restaurants,  there are some very good ones. Nippers beachbar and grill is probably the least expensive.  Sunday from 12-3 there is a wild pig roast. It’s a buffet and quite an experience, as is...

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Golf Cart Rental

Although golf carts are not allowed on the beaches themselves, they are certainly the easiest way to explore some of their remote locations. You’ll want a golf cart to go shopping, out to dinner, and to explore the Islands many...

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Albury’s Ferry

Albury’s Ferry began operation on February 18, 1959, the day the airport opened in Marsh Harbour. The first ferry was the “Junonia”, a 40 foot Maine built lobster boat. The service was started by Marcell Albury...

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Offer your Thoughts

We recently started our online guest book.  Offer your thoughts, comments and photos.

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