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Richmond, Virginia
Reviewed 14 December 2011

Katy, greeted us at the Airport and provided information about the island on the short ride to Seagrape where we had a the Full & Twin room, the room was comfortable with a small refrigerator & microwave. Katy also had a supply of sun screen, insect repellant and variety of hats for use. The 8 minute walk to Port Lacaya...

2Thank cblens
Hope Town, Elbow Cay
Reviewed 7 December 2011

Wonderful place and wonderful hosts... close to beach and shops. We will recommend the Seagrape B & B highly

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Augusta, Maine
Reviewed 15 April 2011

When we reserved the Seagrape I had ended up changing our flights not realizing I didn't change the date of our B & B reservations...Katy didn't have space for us for that first night so she suggested another couple which they obliged. However, when we arrived I had only Katy's address. Long story short we met up with Katy at...

2Thank TEAM4C
San Francisco
Reviewed 22 February 2011

Katybel and Barry were wonderful hosts. The location says five minutes from the beach, but it's actually even closer. The breakfasts were a great way to start the day, particularly seeing as it's hard to find much on the island that isn't fried. We stayed for 10 days and wish we could stay for 10 more. We find that staying...

3Thank IrishAoife
Toronto, Canada
Reviewed 20 February 2011

- excellent B&B, located 1 minute from the beach in quiet place. - the house has character. It is clean, there a patio and a garden - it takes 8 minutes walk to all restaurants and shops - good light breakfast with fresh fruits - The host (Katybel) is very helpful organising and giving advice - Highly recommended place for...

2Thank Bruno_Bea_D
Reviewed 13 January 2011

I cannot over-recommend this jewel of a bed & breakfast in Grand Bahama. My initial experience portended well since arriving at the harbour, I was so thankful that the Sea Grape's owner had sent someone to pick me up... especially since December 30th was quite the crowd with 1100 passengers being released from the Discovery Cruise Lines ferry from Fort...

2Thank mtlbaltdan
London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 11 January 2011

This is an oasis of tranquility in the Bahamas. Although close to the very centre of town, this is on a beautiful residential street and it's a minutes walk to the beach. The house is beautiful with a courtyard opening onto a tropical garden. The room we stayed in was a good standard for a B&B with an en suit...

1Thank Squaxor
Regina, Canada
Reviewed 3 January 2011

This B&B is in a fantastic location just a few minutes walk through a residential area to the Port Lucaya market and all the activities available on the island. Katy is extremely hospitable and thinks of many of the details such as beach towels, umbrellas and sun hats. The accommodations are very cozy and comfortable and good value. Seagrape makes...

2Thank prairieguys
Reviewed 31 January 2010

The bed and breakfast comfortable with a nice garden is ideally located, the beach is next door as well as port lucaya market place. Last but not least our host Kathy was highly supportive, she gave us all the tips and even booked activities for us. For sure I will go back to this place.

2Thank heidifromschweiss
Reviewed 23 June 2009

This is definitely the best place to stay in Grand Bahama if you want to relax without having too many people around, like in a hotel. The place is amazing, with a wonderful garden and a peaceful patio where you can enjoy breakfast (which is really good!) every morning or just relax after a day at the beach or a...

3Thank d5v

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Additional Information about Seagrape Bed and Breakfast

Address: 40 Sea Spray Lane, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island
Region: Caribbean > Bahamas > Grand Bahama Island > Freeport
Number of rooms: 2
Also Known As:
Seagrape Hotel Freeport
Seagrape b&b
Seagrape Bed And Breakfast Bahamas/Freeport, Grand Bahama Island
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“The room with the two beds (one single bed and one queen) has a sliding door/window out to the patio, leaving the doors open with the ceiling fan gets you a wonderful cross breeze - no need to use the aircon.”
 of 5 bubbles KatA366, 5 Apr 2013 | Read review
“We stayed in the double/twin room. The double bed was big enough to fit two adults.”
 of 5 bubbles ls0713, 8 Jan 2013 | Read review
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