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We stayed here with friends at the Bridge House. It is in a secluded area of the resort with 2 acres of forest around the house. The house consists of 4 bedrooms but we only used 3 of the rooms with two other couples. All...More
Perfect. Totally perfect. Secluded. Quite. Wood burning open fire place. Private hot tub. Waves crashing. No phone. No TV. No radio. No technology. A total first world detox. Oh. And don't get me started on the restaurant! Sumptuous!
This is our 3rd stay at Point No Point and we enjoyed every minute. It's a very special spot on this beautiful island. It's an experience that is a must and is a place where you can truly decompress and relax. The staff are great,...More
My husband and I recently spent 3 nights staying at Point No Point. We had booked Cabin 7 and when we arrived we had friendly and efficient service.
All of the cabins face out over the ocean and they are all very private. Our cabin...More
My wife and I have stayed at this resort that is only 90 minute drive away on a number of occasions. We've stayed in several of the cabins and have had only good experiences. When you're in your cabin overlooking the ocean you feel you...More
Hello..Your question did not specify the age of the baby, but here are some general observations. The cabins are roomy enough, so yes that way, but if your baby is crawling, know that some cabins have electric heaters and... More
Hello..Your question did not specify the age of the baby, but here are some general observations. The cabins are roomy enough, so yes that way, but if your baby is crawling, know that some cabins have electric heaters and fireplaces, which could be hazards. You might bring your own outlet plugs. The beach area would be OK for a toddler, and fun enough for someone learning to walk--some of the paths can be a little slippery or steep, but safe enough if you take care. I would hesitate to take a baby or toddler into the dining room as it would be used by mostly adults. I would also just phone the resort, as they are very helpful.
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"we had a chalet with sea views - I suspect they all had sea views ?"