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It was like an adult hostel with private rooms, with extra touches. Extra touches were the fresh baked goods, coffee, book exchange, clean sitting room, beach towels,two outside back seating area, front rinse off area.
Three rooms were off the front kitchen and it was...More
The great hospitality of Susan, the guesthouse owner, has been mentioned in several reviews already and this is one more to add to the list. Susan is a very helpful, warm personality and extremely accommodating and that really trumps any other flaws that there might...More
We only stayed here for two nights this past month, but wish we could have stayed longer. Susan was wonderful and really made us feel at home. The rooms are a bit on the small side, but we had the king size bed (which was...More
Susan is a wonderful host. She goes out of her way to make sure your trip goes smoothly. She drove us to Flamingo the day we got in to make sure we got there before the sunset. Also, offered to pick us up if we...More
Culebra is not one of those Caribbean island that provide some fancy or luxurious stuff. You go there for the beauty. Went there many times but first time we stayed at this guest house because everything was sold out. We know it is not beach...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