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That is the way I felt during an 8 day stay in May. Susan is the ideal hostess and
great source of island information including the best places to eat and the best beaches to swim and snorkel . Go early to see the most...More
We arrived before check in, but Susan was very friendly and welcomed us. Also, we were informed of the best places to eat and visit (all excellent). Susan also allowed us to leave our bags in the lobby and, upon returning from the beach, the...More
Room was comfortable but very small. Guesthouse is out of town which contributes to its being quieter but a bit far for walking back and forth from restaurants which seem to be mostly in town. Very convenient if you rent a golf cart or car....More
The owner is really welcoming and helpful - whilst the rooms are small (some smaller than others) there's lots of communal space, so it doesn't really matter than the rooms aren't big. There's a selection of beach things to borrow, and a delicious homemade cake/coffee...More
The location of the property is excellent, while the host is very prompt and helpful. The rooms were on the smaller side(perhaps it was one of the smaller rooms we were in), while the common kitchen area was convenient. They have a nice porch area...More
Flights are available from SJU on Cape Air and Air Flamenco and Isla Grande Airport is just a 20 minute taxi ride away and flights are less expensive. Vieques Air Link and Air Flamenco fly from this airport as well... More
Flights are available from SJU on Cape Air and Air Flamenco and Isla Grande Airport is just a 20 minute taxi ride away and flights are less expensive. Vieques Air Link and Air Flamenco fly from this airport as well.
May is not considered high season, so the ferry is a good option. You can book a taxi in advance with Al (787-590-9001) for around $60 for 2 people. Ferry tickets for Culebra are purchased on the day you travel. The 9am ferry is the busiest ferry and often sells out with many people in line (even if they got in line at 6am), so I recommend travelers come to Culebra on the 3pm ferry instead. There is nothing to do at the ferry dock, so it is better to plan something enjoyable for the morning and to go to the ferry dock after lunch.
Susan Moran, Owner