|Tipo de imóvel||casa|
|Estadia Mínima||3 noites|
"A Casa Azul" é a casa de férias de final localizado na bela ilha de San Salvador, Bahamas. A poucos passos da praia e localizado em uma ilha que é repleto de história, aventura e diversão! A Casa Azul é espaçoso e confortável. Sua grande sala aberta, com teto abobadado e três portas de vidro que se abre para a sua enorme deck com vista para a praia e suas águas azul-turquesa oferece as vistas mais espectaculares e pores do sol. O deck tem uma grande mesa de piquenique e uma churrasqueira a gás para desfrutar de muitas refeições ao ar livre. Duas redes e espreguiçadeiras muitos também estão esperando por você para passar o tempo. O quarto principal tem vista para o mar com portas de vidro abrem para o deck. Fora do quarto principal há uma casa de banho completa e um segundo quarto. No segundo andar há mais dois quartos, dois banheiros e um loft aberto. A cozinha é muito espaçoso e luminoso e tem a maioria das coisas que temos em casa. Como você entrar nesta casa que você vai saber o que significa o paraíso!
San Salvador acesso à informação: San Sal, como é chamado pelos habitantes locais e visitantes regulares, tem um aeroporto com uma grande fugitivo para apoiar pouso e decolagem de grandes aviões a jato. Para chegar a Nassau (a partir de um ponto de partida dos Estados Unidos), US Airways tem bons negócios geralmente, também Jet azuis e Spirit Airlines, American Airlines, United, Delta e Continental, por vezes, têm boas ofertas. A partir do Nordeste do os EUA, você pode encontrar voos tão baixos quanto $ 200 mais imposto de ida e volta. Bahamas Air tem um vôo diário deixando Nassau às 11h00 para San Sal e aos sábados também em 2:45 (sazonal, por favor contate o Bahamas ar) ida e volta cerca de US $ 220for adultos, crianças até 12 anos pagam metade) É um voo de 50 minutos.
Espírito Air também tem um vôo direto de Ft. Lauderdale para San Sal somente em sábados.
Como se locomover San Sal: San Sal tem vários locais históricos, sendo o primeiro desembarque da frota de Cristóvão Colombo. Ele também tem o último dos Faróis manualmente querosene operados das Bahamas, um pedaço verdadeiramente especial e nostálgico da história trazida pelos britânicos. A vista do topo do farol não são para ser desperdiçada. Há também cavernas, ruínas de antigas plantações e ilhotas na ponta norte, onde as iguanas San Salvador vive, estas espécies são nativas da região e só pode ser encontrada aqui. A vida do pássaro também é abundante em San Sal ter muitos lagos de água salgada. San Sal é servido por rainhas da estrada que percorre toda a sua circunferência, cerca de 60 milhas. Por essa razão, para explorar sites como o farol e outros, um carro ou uma scooter é recomendada (ambos podem ser facilmente alugado) ou você pode tomar um passeio pela ilha com um dos guias turísticos.
Acesso à Internet: Disponível na casa, embora o serviço às vezes pode ser para baixo - e quando é baixo na casa, é para baixo em toda a ilha ... isso pode acontecer por um par de horas ou por um dia!
The house was beautiful and well furnished with lots of space, a great layout and incredible views. It's also located in a perfect spot. You are pretty close to "town" but far enough away that you are not dealing with much traffic, especially on the beaches. We spent nearly every day in the water snorkeling the reefs and met the resident sea turtle, huge school of dinner-plate sized blue tangs and cuttlefish. We really missed diving due to a broken shoulder, but will get our fill on the next trip down to San Sal. We enjoyed several traditional, home-style Bahamian meals with Beverly at Paradis. Her and her mom are incredible chefs! We also took one of our first couple of days and drove all the way around the island in our rental car from Granville (which Garnel set up for us in moments upon our arrival). The drive gave us the chance to see where we wanted to spend more time throughout the week, with a focus on the beaches and reefs. Grotto beach in Columbus Landings has a pavilion with picnic tables and is pretty much deserted all the time… ask the locals how to get there and they will be happy to help. The lighthouse is a must-see. Just go on in but make sure you sign the guest book and don’t wake up the lighthouse keeper. He sleeps during the day. There really are no U.S. style “convenience” stores on the island, so make sure you bring drinks/food if you go out exploring until you get used to the hours of operation. We packed a soft cooler and it worked out wonderfully. It was also handy for picnic lunchs at the beaches. Stores keep business hours but when we visited Jake Jones’ store on Sunday, the locals recommended we knock on the owner’s door. She was happy to open up and let us shop. The island does run based on the mailboat and fuel barge deliveries every week. If they are delayed for some reason, talk to Garnel and she’ll help you find what you need. Garnel stopped by almost every day to make sure we were outfitted with everything we needed, answer any of our questions and just be a huge help. Her help and oversight helped to make our vacation perfect. All in all, the Blue House was perfect for our escape from daily life and a comfortable, relaxing vacation home. Thanks for everything, Flavia! We’ll be back!
Unfortunately, the Blue House has not recovered well from Hurricane Joaquin in October 2015. The house was not at all what we were expecting and looks as though deterioration began well before the hurricane. In all fairness, Flavia should have let us know this. We stayed away from the house all day everyday mostly because there was nothing pleasant to go back to. Sliding glass doors would not lock, much less open and close. AC and TV did not work. No place to wash feet after walking the beach. No hammock as pictured. Long black hairs in bathroom and shower. Dirty toilets. Clogged bathroom sink the entire time. Garnell tried her best to fix things for us but she could only do so much. Flavia, the owner wasn't able to help from NY but she SEEMED nice in response to our complaints, telling us to go stay at Riding Rock Resort. To say the least and be polite, this house was not well maintained and cared for.
The island people are the nicest you'll meet anywhere. The best place to eat is next to the Juice bar at Rosemary's. She makes the best conch around. And, David across the street makes a delicious conch salad! Rent a car and find all the sites on the map but beware, many are still in disarray from the hurricane and roads to Snow Bay and Pigeon Creek are either not accessible or we couldn't find. Same for Guanhini Beach Resort. The place to go at night is Riding Rock resort, but wait until May, June or July. They were closed while we were there. When you go say hi to Peaches. I would NOT recommend Club Med unless you must have a spa treatment. Day passes are 180.00 each and only include buffets and watered down drinks. The spa is run separately and the people who run it are wonderful.
Despite the condition of the house, we managed to have a good time but left a day early because we couldn't bare staying another night in a place that made us cringe. I wish this site allowed me to post pictures.
This was our second stay at The Blue House our family had another fabulous vacation. The house is spacious and offers incredible privacy. The residents of San Salvador will make you feel welcome right away.
Nous sommes resté 2 semaines en famille avec un bébé dans cette magnifique villa, la "maison bleue" est idéalement placée, à proximité des commerces, et au bord d'une magnifique plage de sable blanc. La maison est très spacieuse et magnifiquement décorée. Et que dire de cette immense terrasse, face à la magnifique mer des bahamas... Splendide!! Tout ce qui est annoncé sur le descriptif est bien réel. Nous sommes venu de France avec une correspondance par Londres et Nassau. L'endroit est idéal pour se reposer et se détendre . Les bahamiens sont formidables et ne manqueront pas de vous aider si besoin. Mention spéciale pour Miss Williams, qui s'occupe de la maison sur place, et qui à toujours été disponible et réactive quand on en avait besoin.
L'aéroport est à 2min en voiture, le club med également, si vous souhaiter profiter de leur activités ou soirées dansante. Il y a une épicerie à 100M, et le "centre ville" est à 5min en voiture. Plusieurs restaurants sont à proximités de la maison. Pour la nourriture, on trouve de tout dans les commerces.
Bref notre séjour dans cette maison à été merveilleux et nous ne manqueront pas d'y retourner dès que possible. Merci Flavia pour tous vos conseils avant notre départ et de nous faire profiter de cette magnifique maison.
The house has everything you need to enjoy time at the beach. The kitchen is well equipped. Several nice touches include a 5 gallon water dispenser, dishwasher, and washer and dryer. The house was clean with plenty of towels and nice big beach towels. The owner and manager were pleasant, honest and extra helpful. The big porch across the back is where we spent entire days, reading and alternately sunning and seeking shade. When you sit there you cannot see another house and I never saw anyone walk past. After a cocktail hour walk, the air condition comfort inside while cooking dinner and listening to your I-Pod and watching the sunset out the back is just perfect. The beach is beautiful, and the only people we ever saw were a few local families fishing early morning and at dusk. The swimming is great and we had fun snorkeling right out back of the house. We ate at Paradis several times, the whole snapper is done with flavor and perfect seasoning. Also try the conch chowder at the Riding Rock Inn, yum. There are not many places to eat and you might want to bring your favorite staples, rice, cereal, coffee, spices for cooking as the provisions at the store are limited. Fresh veggies and dairy must be purchased soon after the boat comes in (because when they are gone you have to wait until the next boat). The store owner teased us about how many yogurts we bought. We were able to get three heads of romaine lettuce, which is a real surprise in the out islands. Don't forget to check out the light house, go inside and see the marvel of the prisms that make up the light reflection. If you like solitude and turquoise water the Blue House is the place to be!
Three friends and I just returned from San Sal for our 20 year reunion. We all used to work on the island as teachers and as dive instructors way back. In many ways, little has changed. One great addition is the home we rented in VH Victoria Hill on the North Western side of the island where the sand is white, the ocean light blue and waves are generally calm. The "Blue House" is well appointed and situated on a powder white sand beach- with turquoise blue "Bahamian" ocean steps from the back porch- it was perfect for us. August was hot- and we knew it would be so AC in the living area and guest rooms were very important. The home was well supplied with pots and pans- laundry- stereo, Internet. The internet went out for a few days- rebooted and was fine- we had some minor trouble with the ac remotes- new batteries would probably resolve that, fresh linens, towels and the option to do laundry were great. The whole place met and exceeded our expectations. We know the island well- it is very remote and everything comes by supply boat once a week just as it has for 40- 50 years. Every single nut and bolt, can of soup, gallon of milk comes via "mail boat". Once you understand that, you realize what a fine job the owner and manager do maintaining the house. The location, just North of town- in a small settlement, Victoria Hill is quiet yet close to the island's two hotels. Other homes we looked at are near beautiful beaches but are quite removed from any stores or restaurants. Don't come to San Sal looking for fine exotic cuisine and South Beach style nightlife- come to relax, melt the stress away, snorkel, fish, swim, walk the long uninhabited beachs, get to know some friendly locals. Talking about food, we did manage to eat our share of cracked conch, steamed conch, conch salad, fried chicken, mac and cheese, fried fish, peas and rice (thanks Peaches) and of course - grilled to 20 lb dolphin (dorado) fish we caught trolling off the wall. Good times- stick to the rum- it is good quality and cheap in comparison to beer which can cost $50+ a case. Thanks and we hope to be back some day.
'The Blue House' está localizado no bairro de Victoria monte uma milha do aeroporto e Club Med e cerca de 1. 5 milhas para Cockburn Town, onde poderá encontrar mercearias, um cyber café, uma farmácia, o Museu de San Salvador, o mercado de palha sob a grande árvore de amêndoa e escultura Iguana gigante. Menos de uma milha de distância é um centro de saúde e um pequeno centro comercial com um restaurante, Paradis, loja de alimentos saudáveis, lojas de souvenirs, loja de variedades para casa e outros. O banco está localizado a cerca de uma milha de distância. Para o norte da casa, há o porto de Graham, com uma área de playground e mesas de piquenique pelo oceano. Continuando para o norte, indo ao redor leste na ponta da ilha, você vai encontrar "United Estates ', outra localidade onde Dixon Hill Lighthouse está localizado.
Outras atividades: explorar cavernas, ruínas, locais históricos
|Validade da Tarifa||por noite||Noite (fim de semana)||por semana||por mês *||Pacote ou Evento|
Estadia mínima: 3 noite(s)
|Taxa de animais de estimação||R$ 956,17|
|Cleaning fee||R$ 382,47|
Rates for up to 4 people, each additional $250/person/week
Holiday weeks at higher rates , inquire.
Full refund if written notice is given 60 days prior to arrival.
Less than 60 days notice, refund will be at owner's discretion and will be subject to owner's ability to rent the house for those days.
Cleaning fee of $120.00 for up to 4 people, +$10 per each additional person per week.
* Tarifa mensal aproximada. O valor real dependerá dos dias em que você de fato se hospedar no imóvel.