We spent all of February at Moondance and it lived up to its promises. The house is spacious, clean, airy, and the kitchen is well appointed. If you intend to do a lot of cooking, you’ll find all the supplies you need. The 2 bedrooms are comfortable with air-conditioning in each. The soft breezes coming up the valley from the sea makes the house very comfortable during the day. We slept extremely well. WiFi and television are supplied but it might be advisable to speak with the owner to arrange for TV connections prior to your arrival. We felt safe in the house at all times. A property manager is available if you should need her, and both she and the owner are responsive and very gracious with a desire to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. The house is on a hill (the case with most properties in Bequia) which makes the view from the beautiful front porch extraordinary. We would sit there every morning with a good cup of coffee, soak up the early morning sun and let the pleasant and comfortable sounds of Friendship valley greet us. It was wonderful. The beach is about a 10-minute walk away, and what a beach! Some days it actually felt like a private beach because there was no one on it. Our own personal paradise! The Bequia Beach Hotel is on that beach, and it’s there for you if you want a lunch, a drink, or just enjoy an evening out. Food is excellent, music is great, and the staff are very welcoming. Manuel, the manager at the hotel and Keon, the waiter, went out of their way to make us feel right at home. For a quick lunch on the beach however, you mustn’t miss Eudell ! She is a gem and she makes the best roti EVER! She’s on the beach most days and you’ll find her under a cluster of almond trees. Her menu is varied, depending on the day, with her callaloo soup and roti being first rate! She also has soft drinks, beer and an amazing rum punch. With everything so available, we hung out on this beach for hours.
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