My husband and I spent the week of 7/18 -7/25 2014 at PCBC, and it was everything I'd been hoping for. At the risk of being redundant, the beach is breathtaking: crystal-clear water, and the softest sand I've ever touched. We stayed in the Windsor, one of the 1-bedroom houses. It was lovely, but when we go back, we would probably choose another house, because the living room furniture in the Windsor isn't great for lounging. But the view was incredible, and we spent a lot of time at the table on the patio.
Ned, the owner, prepared dinner two nights, and both meals were delicious. Ned will let you know as soon as you get there which nights he'll probably be cooking, and make sure that works with your schedule. He'll make sure you're set up to get to the grocery store, and will have a car ready for you at your convenience.
If you've read the other reviews, you've read about the "no-see-ums", so let me just say: take them seriously!! I, unfortunately, am one of those people that they seem to love to bite around the clock. Take PLENTY of 100% DEET (I ordered mine on Amazon), and use it!! They're so tiny, they can actually get inside the mesh of a screen, so if you're one of those people they love to bite, you're going to need the DEET. But for plenty of other people, they're not a problem at all.
We basically stayed at the resort most of the trip. We ventured out for dinner one night, to what is supposed to be one of the nicest places to eat on the Island, but honestly, we weren't impressed (which is why the restaurant will remain nameless). We enjoyed our dinners at the beach club, and the dinners we cooked for ourselves, much more. We also drove around the island and saw some beautiful scenery, and had a delicious lunch of conch and jerk chicken at a wonderful little place. But otherwise, there was no place more perfect than right where we were staying!
If you need to truly relax and de-stress, you're not going to find a more perfect place than this lovely resort on this lovely island.