Winter Solstice is located in Rainbow Bay, on the island of Eleuthera, The Bahamas. The cottage is perched on a ridge that enable the guests to enjoy spectacular views of both the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean. The Winter Solstice has 2 bed/2 bath.
The living room is decorated with an island beach theme. The entire house is made of wood interior painted in a cool white gray tone, floors are tiled with a wood like ceramic tiles. The theme that is echoed throughout the house is wood, metal and glass. You can see it in the ceiling fans, lamps and millwork. There is also a porch that runs the length of the living- dining room. Take off your well worn sandals and relax in your home away from home at The Winter Solstice.
Guest have use of the cottage and its amenities (bed and bath linens, snorkel and mask, beach towel, outdoor grill, patio furniture, on site laundry facilities, stove, fridge, microwave, dish washer, A/C, ceiling fan, iron and ironing board, blow dryer, waffle maker, blender, toaster, mixer and coffee machine There is internet with WIFI, TV, DVD player and DVDs as well as Android TV for streaming movies, TV shows and internet radio, etc.
Interazione con gli ospiti
There is a caretaker living in adjacent property and the owner is just an e mail away if there are any queries. However, for the most part guests are left to their own devices. Guests will have the property to themselves.
Altre cose da evidenziare
Guest are strongly encouraged to rent a car as stores and restaurants, etc. are located in the two nearby villages. A car is required to fully explore the island.
Absolutely NO smoking or pets are allowed in the cottage.
No unauthorized occupants are allowed to stay at The Winter Solstice. Guests are responsible for throwing their trash away at the garbage disposal site – located in Rainbow Bay or the City Garbage dump site located off Queen’s Highway between Rainbow Bay and Hatchet Bay.
•Directions to the disposal site will be provided. Heading north towards Hatchet Bay it is located on the left-hand side of the road. Just look for the tires marks on the road in red dirt.
•Trash should be placed in plastic garbage bags provided and placed within the appropriate trash receptacle.
•No trash or items may be stored in any common area or around the property other than in the trash receptacles provided. Guests are required to wash their dishes promptly, as we are on an island where insects are in abundance. Insects such as ants and flies are attracted to food. Kitchen counters, stove and dining table should also be kept clean.
•Never leave food laying around on counters for long periods of time unless secured in a container.
•Guests should also in the late evening close their windows as insects such as mosquitoes, moths, gnats, sun flies and sand flies are small enough to push throw the window screens.
Guests are expected to rid their bodies of sand and dirt prior to walking into the house. Sand is a corrosive material that can clog drains like cement. Guests are expected to sweep clean the porch deck and the house floors. Sand belongs on the beach and dirt/soil in the yard. Eleuthera red dirt is extremely stubborn to remove from persons and things. Under no circumstances are furniture, fittings, appliances, dishes, pans, linens, cushions, curtains, books, wall décor, lamps, artwork, electronic devices, tools or utensils are to be removed from the premises. They are the property of the owner and are only for guest use during their stays. And should only be used in the manner that it was intended/manufactured.Guest are advised that security cameras have been installed on the outside of the house and are in use. No security cameras have been installed in the cottage.
•Guest are strongly recommended to lock all windows and doors when not on premises and at night.
Disruptive, illegal and illicit behavior will not be tolerated. Guests are expected to comply with the laws of The Bahamas and rules listed in Welcome Folder located in cottage. Loud parties and disruptive behavior will not be tolerated. Consideration should be given to neighbors in the area.