Step into our light-filled studio and allow The Bahamas' carefree spirit welcome you to our happy place. Harriette's Hideaway is a fully renovated studio with the modern amenities to make your stay stress free, while enjoying the views of Baha Mar Hotel lights at night from the balcony and 1 mile distance to Downtown, Junkanoo Beach, Arawak Cay (Food court) and other historical sites.
“Quick responses and very helpful from the start. Check in process is easy and smooth. Was also very understanding about Covid-19 situations. Clean and cozy place overall. Will definitely return.”
We're open! 1- bedroom studio apartment on ground floor of divided single-family home in the East End of New Providence with air conditioning, kitchen, bathroom and access to tropical garden backyard; Walled off from main house. Off street parking. Bahamian professionals neighborhood between Prince Charles Dr and Eastern Rd, close access to grocery stores and beach. Sleeps 2 comfortably, but can squeeze in 6 with the 2 sofa beds. See https://www.bahamas.com/tags/covid-19 for travel information.
“Douglas is the best. He was Very welcoming and kind. The pictures are the exact replica of what you are to expect. Can we give this man some ideal props for his location and precise information to every question ask thank you Douglas for being the best we appreciate great people like you.”
Beautiful Oceanfront Home, private location with miles of secluded beach. Pleasant Dreams located on Pleasant Harbor in Northern Andros, is completely secluded and surrounded by coconut palms, island habitat, white sandy beaches and turquoise ocean.
“This place is amazing. I almost don't want to say how great it is because it will get too booked up. We can't wait to come back. The location is pristine, so private, right on the beach. The house arrangement is really nice with master bedroom/bath on one side of the living area, and two bedrooms with a shared bath on the other side. Steve is such a responsive host - he gave us a lot of help setting up transportation to the island and car rental. The island is NOT touristy, very remote, few restaurants/shops, so be patient. Feel free to ask local people for help and directions frequently. Everyone is super friendly. There are very few street signs. We were really glad we had the rental car. We would definitely recommend snorkeling with Charley and having Judy prepare a local meal early in your stay especially Sunday, Monday, or Wednesday nights when a lot of local places are closed for church. Bring sunscreen and bug spray! We did appreciate the bedroom air conditioners at night. The whole week was blissful.”