Lubbers' Landing

Lubbers' Landing

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We offer an exclusive experience with only three cottages and a maximum of six guests. Our beachfront lounge offers "small resort" amenities while our location on 13 acres of private, beachfront, property offers seclusion reserved for a select few.
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RobinCord24 wrote a review Apr 2024
Dayton, Ohio189 contributions120 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stopped for lunch via boat. Cute place with good drinks. The staff needs to be more English speaking. They brought our lunch out to us 4 times (the same food). The cottages looked nice but don’t think I could stay there more than 2 nights—very secluded.
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Date of stay: March 2024Trip type: Traveled with friends
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namastequila wrote a review Feb 2014
colorful colorado136 contributions49 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
We found Lubber's Landing right here on TA, and it was so easy. And now I cannot believe we scored like we did on this one. This place was more than a romantic getaway (in our case on Valentine's week). More than lovely, secluded beaches and incredible reef. It was everything we'd dreamed of rolled into one, including superb service and very, very special people with whom we hope we'll have lasting friendship with.

First, the area: This was our 7th tropical trip together, our third in the Bahamian out islands by rented boats. Our goal: nature. We love a fun place to meet other travelers and enjoy good food and all, but for us, those un-populated white powdery sands and blue, blue waters with wondrous reef below is what makes our money's worth. This place did not disappoint!

Then, the people: Austin and Amy Smith started the resort as mere children (married 20+ years now and still look like 20-somethings), literally camping at times in order to build their dreams on this "wild island" full of potential. After several properties were built and sold, Lubber's Landing was born. I'm always just as taken by people like this as the places in which they are found. Austin is a jovial, high-spirited entrepreneur who is always in for an adventure. And Amy is a sweet-spirited Georgia peach, full of playful, free-spirited art and music, and glows with a passion for health and fitness. He makes sure that the conversation never lags, and she listens intently for what their guests want in their vacation, then crafts it beautifully with southern hospitality and joy.
Darlene ("D") spins up a mean breakfast, a stout margarita, and meaningful conversation almost immediately. She's not afraid to make a difference in this world and her spirit cannot but rub off on others. Other staff are just as personable and fun, and we enjoyed them all a lot.

Now, the transportation:
We rented a 21' Dusky with an Evinrude 150 from Blue Wave rentals in Marsh Harbor. Lubber's has an excellent deal for its guests so when you book, ask Austin to hook you up. The area is somewhat shallow (and at low tide more so), so knowing how to read water depth is a plus. Plenty of tutorials out there on that. Order the Dodge Cruising Guide for invaluable info on the area. It's a must. Also, the weather can be a big factor. We had great weather, but if you aren't into taking a chance on not being able to use your boat for part of your trip (or you don't mind some pretty good chop on days when you must use the boat like on our last day-we got wet and bucked around pretty good) then this trip may not be for you. But the word on the street is that there will soon be a ferry to LL, which could change all that. Ask about that. Another thing to consider: LL's kitchen is down on weekends, but the bar is always available for cabin guests' use. Cracker P's next door serves lunch 11-3:30 Sat & Sun, apps till dinner on Saturday, and dinner on Thur and Sat. only (at least when we were there.) Might want to plan ahead. It's a good idea to get a few groceries on the taxi ride from the airport before picking up your boat just to have a little something just in case. Also good to know: area boat rentals don't want their vessels out after dark, so in Feb. that means you must be back to your dock by about 6. If you want night life, arrange for a ride with Austin a couple of days ahead of time.

Now, the property:
A lovely, deeply treed jungle/forest (but with very few bugs while we were there) embraces your little raised bungalow on all sides. Lovely, well-lit and solid raised boardwalks lead the way. It will be one of three. Ours was #2, the Hummingbird's Nest. It was even cuter in person than in the pictures. Amy has "painted this canvas" well - a fine reflection of her inner childlike art and hospitality. Stove/oven, pots, pans, dishes, fridge, coffee maker, all are there. Showers are tall (loved that, as a 6 footer) and water is from rain collected from rooftops, not de-salinated. -So good. Ladies, if you normally use a hair dryer, bring one along. A/C is adequate, but some nights open (screened windows) are even better. The dining is superb, by far the best in the area, in our opinion. D and Austin will take good care of you. The Island burger (tuna with special yummy fresh-cut spices), and the fish and chips are dishes you'll want more of, and the saltwater margaritas are tart, tasty, and just strong enough. ;)
The rain on the roof is like a lullabye, and the peace and quiet back in the woods lets only hints of the daylight in. If you want to rest, you will. And you'll need it, because there's so much to do here.

As mentioned, we love lonely beaches and beautiful water and reef. No shortage of that here. One can choose to go North to Man of War Cay, Guana Cay, and even to Green Turtle Cay if adventurous enough. Just across the "street" (or the channel) lies Elbow Cay with the lovely Hope Town settlement and its lighthouse and many shops and restaurants. Just to its South lies Tahiti Beach, a popular beach for shelling and just "hanging out." Further South are Tilloo Cay, the Pelican Cays, Lynyard Cay and finally Little Harbor, the Southmost limit for boat rentals.
Along this route, many gorgeous reefs can be enjoyed by taking up a mooring. We chose to play in this area most of the time. There is just so much! For more info, visit Abaco Forums.

So many stories, but here's just one. Amy loves to play mandolin. I shared that I play guitar, so she immediately whipped up a campfire jam session on Friday night, Valentine's night (our last evening there.) Thus, we thought we'd add interest with a one-on-one Valentine's dinner the night before. Rain showers earlier Thursday left us the sole guests in the dining room that night. We'd rsvp'd ahead for their special steak and lobster dinners which Austin grilled up suberbly. Johnny, our server, catered attentively, yet made himself scarce, knowing our plans to have a romantic time together. Amy played some wonderful oldies romance music on Sirius, and the clouds parted, making way for the full moon. We dined, danced and finally headed for our room, passing our hosts on the way and bidding them good night. They too were lost in the beauty and peacefulness of the night and seemed to be glad to have given up a night of socializing to see a couple of old romantics enjoying one another so much.

We're still enjoying this trip. It was just right for us. Adventure (but not too much), natural beauty (all we could handle) and meaningful connection with some wonderful people. We hope we've painted an accurate picture and given the proper heads-ups so that you, too, can determine whether this trip is right for you. Looking back, we wouldn't have changed a thing. It was truly the trip of a lifetime. Message us for more info-we're happy to help and pay it forward. Thanks to other TA reviewers. Thanks very, very much!
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Date of stay: February 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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TravellingVagabond wrote a review Jan 2008
Illinois11 contributions26 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Lubbers Landing is a very special place. It’s not for everyone but if you don’t like package holidays and you do like to get back to nature in comfort and style you’ll love it.

Although the natural setting is idyllic, it is what owners Austin and Amy have created there that makes it so special. They have designed, built and furnished everything themselves and done it with great skill and imagination. And all so sympathetic to the environment. There is enough luxury to make you comfortable without insulating you from the natural surroundings. Austin and Amy are great fun and they are there to help you and entertain you – or leave you alone if that’s what you prefer.

There is plenty to do
• Watch the sunrise from the deck in the morning and watch the sunset at night just a 5-minute walk to the other side of the island.
• Snorkle, swim, sunbathe, lie in the hammock or on the comfortable deck, use the wireless internet connection, read, listen to music, enjoy the interesting birds, flowers and sea shells
• When you are feeling energetic, take the boat for fishing or snorkling on the reefs, visiting interesting towns for sightseeing and shopping, great seaside bars and restaurants, surfing or kite surfing on empty beaches.

A word of warning: If you are not experienced at being in charge of a motorboat, talk to Austin about arranging another way to arrive on the island. After a lesson with him you’ll soon be tootling about.
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Date of stay: January 2008
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesCheck in / front desk
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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McKaye wrote a review Apr 2009
Germany33 contributions83 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We have been at Lubbers in March 2009 for several nights. We arrived in March Harbour on a very windy day. For that case, we had to wait more than 2 hours until the boat rental guy had spoken to Austin to check if we were good to go. As expected the boat trip to Lubbers was a very challenging one for us since it was our first time to ride a boat by ourselves. Arriving at Lubbers really felt like arriving in paradise. Amy showed us to our beautiful cottage which we enjoyed a lot. It looked just as beautiful and well kept as on the pictures provided. Austin explained the boat lift and we soon went to explore the surrounding little islands. Except the rides from and to Marsh Harbour the sea was smooth and navigating was quite easy even for novices like us, but be aware you only receive a (quite good) drawn map and no GPS the likes. There are many little beaches on the islands and the occasional bar here and there for a refreshing beer along the way.

Like mentioned before visiting Lubbers felt just like visiting friends. With all good that comes with it, but also with the bad. Maybe we expected a little too much, but the provided breakfast consisted of a bunch of cereals, muffins, coffee and milk. In four nights there was no towel change or cleaning of the cottage. Furthermore we were asked to sweep it ourselves when departing. On the other hand Amy and Austin were always there as soon as any question or problem occured. I am sure I we´d asked for fresh towels we would have got them. But just like visiting friends you likely don´t ask and just roll with it. Same goes with the cats. They have like 12 cats which are all over the place, which is nice for most people but you better not be allergic.

The ride back to Marsh Harbour - again in bad weather - was not only challenging but plain dangerous. Sent on our way from Lubbers (Austin joked: "The weather should be ok as long as the captain don´t make any mistake") we arrived in Marsh Harbour wet from head to toe and received congrats from the renting guys for making it there alive in the given weather conditions. Our relief soon went when we received the bill from Seahorse boat rentals. Full insurance and a half empty tank were charged with additional $ 350 for a 5-day-rental (rental fees not included since we rented it with our cottage). Be aware that there are no other options to reach the airport from lubbers if you have a plane to catch. You have to go with your boat in any weather.

All in all we liked our stay at lubbers but we are likely to check other options first when returning to Abaco.
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Date of stay: March 2009
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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John W wrote a review Dec 2014
San Francisco, California5 contributions16 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We have travelled as a family (kids 11 and 13) for many years, generally preferring places that are rustic and off the beaten path. I don't think we ever had an experience as bad as the one at Lubbers Landing.

When we arrived, we were told that the restaurant was not open, and would not be open at all while we were there. The owners offered to take us by boat to eat at other restaurants, but this proved to be very difficult, and was not at all consistent with what was represented on the website.

We booked at trip in late November, and when booking relied on the website which said: "The bar may have reduced hours during the low season and the restaurant may be closed for periods during this time (mainly September/October, both are normally back open by November)" We never received any communication that would let us know that we could not get any food on the island while we were there.

Our room was musty and had not been aired in awhile, so we opened it up to air them out. We were told that we needed to cook for ourselves, but the ovens did not work in either of the cabins (we did have gas burners that worked in one cabin, so we were able to boil water for mac/cheese for our kids one night for dinner).

Overall, the cabins were not in great shape, lights/fan did not work, etc,. I would hope that the facility is in much better shape in the high season, but would highly recommend finding another place in the low season, given the simple challenges of finding food and poor shape of facilities.

We finally moved after 3 days and stayed at the Abaco Inn - great place, great location, friendly staff. Owners of Lubbers were not helpful and kept our money, in spite of the fact that their website had indicated a functioning resort in November, which was far from the truth.
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Date of stay: November 2014
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from LubbersLanding, Owner at Lubbers' Landing
Responded Dec 18, 2014
John, We are very sorry you didn't enjoy your stay with us at Lubbers' Landing. We try and do our best to make each guest's stay a great one. That said, part of any great vacation, is making the right choice - especially if you at traveling with others ( such as you family). On the morning of the second day (as I was showing you the map of the area and suggesting things to do) you confessed to me that your wife and kids were upset with you. They had wanted to stay at a place "in town" and with a pool, but ,that you had chosen Lubbers' Landing because we only offer kiteboarding lessons to "in house" guests- and that was the main focus of your trip. We did the following to try and accommodate you as best possible : - Drove you to dinner on the first night and offered to do this for you every night needed. - Went to the grocery store for you the next day to pick up food items for you. - Lit the oven pilot lights once notified - they blow out from time to time when the windows are open. - Took you kiteboarding within 2 hours of your arrival. Then lessons the next day. The light bulb turned out to be faulty and we replaced that, but, as I was giving your family kite lessons all day ( on the day you notified us of the lightbulb) ,that was replaced the next day- and you were gone. In closing I am glad that you enjoyed the rest of your stay on a larger island at the Abaco Inn, another great spot, and they have a pool. Like they say "happy wife , happy life". But for those out there looking for a more remote spot Lubbers' Landing offers that, and as you can tell from our other reviews, we do that well. Austin Lubbers' Landing
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David L wrote a review Sep 2016
14 contributions17 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Pretty much located directly across from Tahiti Beach. Be prepared to fend for your self a bit in regards to food. The restaurant at the property is great, but was never quite sure when it would be open. Same for the restaurant next door; Cracker P's.

Lubbers Landing is a nice place to launch from for various marine excursions. You'll definitely want to rent a boat during your stay or you may feel a bit stranded.

The cottages are small but very comfy with small kitchens and decent AC.
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Date of stay: July 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled with family
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TMK62 wrote a review Sep 2015
Knoxville, Tennessee31 contributions24 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We love Austin & Amy. Discovered them 15 years ago when they owned Sea Level Cottages on Lubbers. This was our first visit to Lubbers Landing and were so pleased. The cottages are perfect for a couple and the setting is classic Abaco. Eco friendly and a hideaway from all the entrapments of the everyday hustle. Cute, cute bar! Great beach, water area and super convenient to several restaurants. Snorkeling off the dock is crazy. If you want to escape..... You should put this place on your list. Will definitely be back
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Date of stay: September 2015Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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beana1225Georgia wrote a review Jun 2014
Jackson, Georgia27 contributions14 helpful votes
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at Lubber Landing the week of June 8th for our 15th year anniversary. I am writing a review but already know that it will not do the place justice. We loved this vacation. This is a place that you hear people talking about going and say "I want to go there!" We searched and searched for a place that was not over run with families. We have 3 children ages 14-9 and we have only left them for one other trip. We wanted something romantic but at the same time adventurous. This destination is the perfect trip. You can decide to eat in your cabin all week and never really see anyone else. You can stay at Lubbers and venture to Hope Town and shop. You can go to an island that has no foot prints but your own. You can snorkel with giant rays, beautiful fish and colorful reef. You can do all different kinds of fishing. You can travel to all the wonderfully unique restaurants and resorts and eat your way around Abaco, or you can paddle board with big sharks swimming under you. (Lubbers has paddle boards, kayaks and snorkeling gear just sitting out for everyone to use.). The adventure is all yours to plan. Ours was absolute perfection. The cottages are snuggled into the woods just enough that each one has perfect privacy. The restaurant prides itself on freshness and the food is wonderful. The drinks are quality that you will not find anywhere else. They use real fruit and prepare it all there in front of you. If you do not go anywhere but a barstool you will meet lots of new friends. People travel to Lubbers all day to eat the food, drink and hangout. While you sit there you will hear over and over how much everyone loves the place. It is amazing. I have went on and on about the place and I haven't even mentioned the best part. Austin and Amy are what make this place extraordinary. Austin walks up to everyone that visit Lubbers and greets them while they are there. He makes sure you are having fun. You will feel like you have known him forever before you leave. And Amy is just gorgeous inside and out. My husband called her before our visit and set up some surprises for our trip. Amy went above and beyond to make this anniversary trip amazing. There is not one thing I would change about our trip. Well except to stay longer. I will add that we are not boat people. We both grew up by the lake. We have both driven boats. But neither of us in the ocean. It took a little getting use to at first. But we used the Island Compass app and it worked great. The boat rental place was pretty negative and made both of us anxious only going over the worst possible scenarios when we picked the boat up. We never had any trouble. We are already saving and planning for our next trip. I can list 10 things off the top of my head that we didn't have time to do. This trip will be to have another adventure. But also to see our friends again.
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Date of stay: June 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: We were in cottage 3. It is located at the very end of the path. But each one is nestled back...
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Michelle V wrote a review Sep 2013
Memphis, Tennessee18 contributions47 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We really had no specific expectations of our hosts, accommodation or experience on our first trip to the Abacos. We were tired, stressed and just ready to get away, so frankly, a tee pee in the desert might have sufficed. We went with a group of friends and together took all 3 cottages on offer, making it our own private get away. The cottages are adorable, and once you meet Amy, that makes sense as they are an exact reflection of her personality and taste. Each cottage has a little kitchenette, sitting area, and beautiful four poster bed. I did not for a second miss television - we were in the room very little and when we were, I turned on the Sirius satellite radio and read a book and that was more than enough to keep me company. The coffee is made every morning by 6-ish, and thankfully Amy and Austin like it strong like we do, so we'd wander down the walk and help ourselves. No need to wait for, or encounter anyone else if you weren't quite ready. There is wireless in the main building/restaurant, but I did not care - in fact, I begged Austin to make it not work so I'd have an excuse not to care. But after 24 hours there, I truly didn't care - it's the most checked out and unplugged I've been in 15 years. The food was superb, but what really made it for us was Amy and Austin. Even though the weather was less than perfect on a few occasions (we were there end of season, so we want to go back in Spring to see the difference), they made every day a blast. We went to Pete's Pub, to Firefly (our second favorite place to hangout besides the restaurant at Lubbers) to a Junkanoo and otherwise played in the ocean, on Tahiti beach and around the dock at Lubbers.

We went together with friends as our possibly our last trip together before we sent our sons off to their first year of college, and thanks to Amy and Austin, the memories, laughs and photographs will last us a lifetime.
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Date of stay: August 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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BagsPacked-Go wrote a review Feb 2009
Seattle, WA4 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I did Lubber's Landing for our honeymoon last year. The previous vacations we had taken together had been all-inclusive resorts, cruises, the sort of thing where you basically place your entire vacation in the hands of other people to tell you what to do, and set out activity schedules to do it, and we wanted something different.

Lubbers was about as far from that experience as you can get, and we loved it. While other reviewers have talked about Austin and Amy, we only met Austin briefly, as he had to head to Florida, and were left in the capable hands of their property manager, Wellington. He provided us with daily weather reports, a few boat handling tips, and some muffins every morning.

The best part about it was, it didn't feel like vacation, it felt like life. And I mean that in the best possible way. Other vacations, you're relaxing and having fun, but undercutting it all is this sense of unreality--nobody spends their life in a pool with a swim up bar and a staff of bartenders pouring margaritas, with a thousand other nameless people wandering around the hotel and a trapeze on the beach.

But at Lubbers, it's you, your hosts, and a couple of neighbors. Sometimes you'll see your neighbors, other days they're off doing their own thing. Your days are what you make of them, not some social director. It's funny, but even errands like running over to Hope Town to get a gallon of milk was fun (although maybe that's because there's something about running open boat wide open across the bluest water you've ever seen).

One day we went deep sea fishing with our neighbors and grilled up the 38lbs dorado we caught, while we joked about the massive hammerhead that took another off the line. But most days, it was my wife, exploring the islands, snorkelling, relaxing on beaches with no one but ourselves.

If you're looking for a place to truly get away with someone special, this is the place to do it.
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Date of stay: May 2008
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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