Greenwich Creek Lodge is located in the small settlement of Cartwright's, a sub-settlement of Deadmans Cay, on one of the remote islands in the Southern Bahamas away from the hustle and bustle of the city life of Nassau. Greenwich Creek Lodge is located approximately about two to three miles south of the Deadmans Cay airport on the western side of the island, directly on the waterfront. It is slightly south of the center of Long Island, which makes it the ideal location to base your trip from. Rental cars can be arranged, at time of booking, to guarantee availability. All of the rooms are air-conditioned with ceiling fans, tiled floors, and an ensuite bathroom. They each have a microwave, a refreshment center and/or refrigerator, an electric kettle, a flat screen TV, a table with two chairs, individual water heater, a safe deposit box, a blow dryer and toiletries are provided. A few of the rooms have kitchenettes. Irons and Ironing boards and first aid kits are available on request (at the front desk/bar area). Each room opens onto a wraparound verandah, where one can meditate or just sit and relax while enjoying breathtaking sunsets, sipping on a beverage of choice. Greenwich Creek Lodge has a reception area, which includes a common area, a cash bar, and a small library/gym, where guest can socialize and dine. We have kayaks which you can use to explore the mangroves, go bird watching or just take your rod along and fish at your leisure, or just in front of the lodge. There is a fresh water swimming pool where you can also relax, and listen to music or read or check email or just chill and chat while having a refreshing drink. A basic continental breakfast is also included, along with pick-up and drop-off at the Deadmans Cay airport. The location of Greenwich Creek Lodge make is easy to access all of what Long Island has to offer. Within walking distance, you can find a small grocery store, restaurants (just over a one mile walk), a gas station, the local clinic, churches, a bank, the museum and the library. Also, there are other small stores that provide miscellaneous items including DVD rentals. Beautiful secluded beaches are a few miles away and accessible by vehicle, or via kayak or a short run or walk. The world famous “Deans Blue Hole” is also located about eight mile south of Greenwich Creek Lodge. Long Island was one of the islands visited by Christopher Columbus and there is a monument to mark the location. It was one of the islands that was originally settled by the Lucayans and the also by the Loyalist, as a result there are a few ruins of the plantations, and sites where the Lucayans lived.