My husband and I just returned from ‘our honeymoon’ at Seascape Inn. We had a charming little cabana/cabin with a never ending view of the ocean. We enjoyed a quiet four days as there were no other guests and we had the entire place to ourselves. We were able to walk the beach, snorkel in some blue holes, ride funky, but fun bicycles, do a little sea kayaking as well as lounge on chairs sipping cool drinks in the ocean breeze. Joan and Mickey were enjoyable hosts and the food Joan prepared was delicious (hoping for a cookbook someday). They were both quite helpful with taxis, travel issues, locals who made baskets and hats as well as finding a wonderful woman to ‘braid’ my hair, island style. The Seascape Inn is not a classy over-priced resort, but a quaint and rustic get-away where hermit crabs busy themselves under the coconut trees and afternoon thunderstorms bring color changes to the sky and water. The whole time I was there I felt as though Jimmy Buffet would appear ... and he does once in awhile at the Mangrove Cay Club. Bring lots of sunscreen and/or aloe/lavendar oil for sunburn as the sun is powerful; bring some OFF as there are mosquitoes and no see’ums; and I suggest riding a bike daily to the nearby pharmacy for bottled water as the tap water has a very strong mineral, bitter taste. They do offer internet though for us it was intermittent on the beach or in our cabin. The best reception was in the dining area, but internet ‘conversations’ were discouraged (even though our children were home dealing with the results of nearby tornados/flooding). Overall, the Seascape Inn was a unique destination experience that offered us exactly what we were looking for as an ‘out island’ vacation with privacy, beauty, activities, and relaxation.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Five beachfront cabanas with decks and private bath. Full service restaurant and bar. Activities include snorkeling, biking and kayaking. Owner managed. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Seascape Inn, Andros Bahamas