This review is way over due; just reminiscing about our time on the island. My husband and I, on our honeymoon, went to Hole in the Wall twice during our stay, driving from the west end of the island. The first day it was very...More
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You have to call the restaurant, they send over a boat that takes you to this breathtaking place right at the feet of a mountain. Delicious food at great prices, and friendly staff.
We had the opportunity to visit Hole in the Wall while in Rotan on a recent dive trip. It's a very cool place to stop for a beer and feel like you're hiding out from the rest of the world. I
This restaurant is a nice experience. It is basically a large wooden dock with a kitchen tucked by the shore and a restroom on shore. The food is good, the location is picturesque and when the wind blows in from the ocean the breeze is...More
Between dives our dive boat stopped here to allow us a surface interval. The Hole in the Wall is literally a dive bar. The sodas are cold and they have a fully stocked bar, but no alcohol was drunk because of diving. A few of...More
Don't expect anything fancy because it truly is hole in the wall. We enjoyed our conversation with the bartender, drinks and lunch. The food is made fresh and right where you can see the food prep. I'd go back if in the "neighborhood".
We were here two years ago as part of a mangrove tour.. This time we really arrived in style ..... on a Helicopter. Paul's Tradewinds helicopter had taken us to Pigeon Cay, and then we flew over to Hole in the Wall (landed at the...More
We took a private tour of the mangroves and had heard about the hole in the wall. what a great spot. in the middle of now where and super chill atmosphere. Erika, the manager, was so fun and friendly. i had seen her the day...More
We really enjoyed bufet lunch (brunch)! They offered shrimps, chicken, pasta, salad, pork and very nice seafood soup. I never eat such delicious soup! Other things were ok. What is the best there is atmosfere. Drinking, smoking... You have to come by boat, but they...More