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Located in Lower Bay, which has a magnificent sand beach, several good restaurants, yet it is still a village, so you can witness locals fishing with snorkel and spear and playing football (soccer). It's a leisurely 30 min walk to the main town (we learned...More
Firstly the place is large, photos do not do it justice! It has all amenities including full kitchen with utensils. It is peaceful and right on the beach, just cross the road. My family and I stayed 4 nights from June 10th 2015. Joan the...More
stayed in the A Frame July 2013, returning July 2014. This will be my 15th visit to Bequia and de Reef apartments are excellent. lean spacious, well equipped, comfortable, air con, friendly, helpful owner and staff, lovely location very close close to the best beach...More
We spent four days there as a break from St Vincent. The apartment is large, clean and airy with a fully equipped kitchen. A very nice lady comes in every day to clean and mop the floors which can get sandy after a few trips...More
We only stayed two nights, but it was very good value for money and very comfortable. We paid $400EC for a two bedroom apartment with three bedrooms and a kitchen/living area.
The apartment was spacious and clean.
It isn't ideally located for getting to and...More
I have been traveling regularly to Bequia for the last 20 years. This island is magical and the local food is amazing. I would suggest purchasing breakfast and lunch type foods (as well as snacks) and planning on eating... More
I have been traveling regularly to Bequia for the last 20 years. This island is magical and the local food is amazing. I would suggest purchasing breakfast and lunch type foods (as well as snacks) and planning on eating dinners out (prices are very reasonable and the food is always fresh!). De Reef bar is fantastic for lunch and dinner (try the lobster sandwich and curry conch!). Also, Fernandos is a must!!!
In terms of provisioning, the only real spot to buy groceries would be in port Elizabeth. There is maybe one or two small shops in lower bay, but the hours are not regular. There is an organic veggie farmer right at the bottom of the big hill heading towards town, but again, the hours are not regular. Your best bet is to go to town and buy everything there. The butcher comes once maybe twice a week to port Elizabeth (ask around for the days). I usually buy my groceries from Knights trading (just off front st). Doris foods is good if there is something very specific you want (ie. Imported specialty), but be prepared to pay top dollar.
Fruits and veggies are readily available by vendors in the port (my advice would be to stay away from the Rasta fruit market -- they can be aggressive and the prices are not always very good). Go see blackie on the main road across from the almond trees.
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