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While not luxury accomodations, Ann and Lloyd Gay are great hosts. It's not luxury but you are not spending much money here. Simple rooms and a real good location. Just outside the city but easy to get there. Homey atmosphere, people make friends here, more...More
For great rates you can stay at this quaint 5 room inn, away from the 'resort crowd.' The inn is owned by a lovely couple, Lloyd and Ann Gay. They were very friendly and honest about places to eat, things to do and where not...More
The Arawak Inn has long been known as one of the three budget options available to travellers to Nassau, and at $80/night, the rate is certainly right. In comparative terms, however, the Arawak Inn offers only fair value for money, and most travellers would probably...More
No doubt PI and Cable Beach properties are expensive, but there are a few budget options elsewhere. Before we booked, I narrowed it down to three inns: Orange Hill Inn, Dillet's Guest House and the Arawak Inn. Both Orange Hill and Dillet's were full (holiday...More
Above the norm low-budget lodging, perfect for cash-conscious travelors.
The most pleasing aspect of this basic, almost rustic guest house are the owners, Ann and Lloyd Gaye, who made my New Year's vacation an absolute pleasure. I was lucky enough to visit during "Junkanoo" (Bahamian...More
$71 - $114 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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