We rented the house for 3 weeks in January, 2011. This was the first time we'd ever gotten away for more than 10 days, and finding this house, in this spot, was Serendipity.
After a week sailing on the Mustang Sally, I couldn't believe the luxury of all that room and a bathtub! The house is slightly dated, but very large and open, with an up to date kitchen. (and that tub.)
Housekeeping came every day around noon, with fresh sheets and towels, including beach towels. The gardens and pool are well maintained. You're just up the hill from Limerick Bay, with a little grocery, a laundry, some shops, two restaurants and a bar. The managers at Limerick Bay took very good care of us.
The house is on a point, with that rock outcropping, Clark's point. Because of the slope of the hill and the point the house and beach are very private, although there are neighbors all around. You have the best seat in the harbor to watch ships come in and the exodus every morning.
There's a beach that's about 100 ft wide, a very nice pool, and wrap-around balconies, a lower patio on the beach with a barbeque and the patio around the pool. The front courtyard is also private and there's a gas grill. We could go downstairs from the main level to the beach that had an ever-renewed crop of shells and clean sand that led out to a sea-grass bottom. There's a wooden dock with ladders. The water is less than waist deep all the way to the end of the dock. We got to know the tides, watched the pelicans fish and then soar overhead (with an occasional "gift" to anyone underneath) and there are fish and sea turtles, as well as smaller birds.
I lived on the balcony just outside the bedroom with my Kindle. Never needed air conditioning and in fact, had to regulate the cross breezes by adjusting the louvered windows to keep from having too much fresh air. Because there's so little light pollution, I could see the Milky Way, moon- and sun-rises and -sets, and even identified a few constellations that I'd never recognized before!
The only drawbacks were minor: only one of the safes functioned, the varnish in the kitchen cabinet still smelled strong, and we were serenaded by the music from one of the mini-cruisers a couple of nights. If you can't manage a lot of steep steps from the driveway, you won't be able to stay here.
You will need a rental car to visit the rest of the island (including the Baths) and you'll need to shop for groceries in Spanish Town. (Go to the store at the Marina) However, my husband and I, and our guests for one of the weeks, spent most of our time enjoying - and learning the meaning of - Serendipity.