These two villas are mirror images of one another and both are decorated in a colonial, tropical fashion with handmade wooden doors, cabinetry and moldings. Many of the furnishings of beautiful mahogany were hand-crafted in Haiti. Both villas are comprised of a living room, gourmet kitchen, dining room, 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Both have a large outdoor sitting, dining and sunbathing areas and large swimming pools. Pelican's Nest is located near Leeward Marina, the golf course, the casino and lots of great restaurants.See more details
The A/C is metered and charged locally to guests at current market rate.
We enjoyed our stay at Pelicans Nest very much...The interiors are comfortable but not opulent which was fine for us especially considering the location and that we felt the property was a great value. The beach is beyond description!
This place was awesome. We had 3 Br's 3 1/2 baths and a lovely saltwater pool all to ourselves. There was a path through the backyard and you were on the beach in less than 2 minutes. Flat screen TV, Wine bar, huge kitchen dining area. We lived like kings for the week. (3 couples) Everyone had their own bathrooms and their own balcony looking over the ocean. There is another Villa and 3 townhomes on this property also, and they too have their own pools and decks, so its very private. We spent about $1200 at the food store, which we thought was reasonable ($400/couple) included all beer & wine...we didn't drink a lot, just often! We had amazing dinners, grilled on the gas BBQ out by the pool for 4 nights, and we ventured off property a couple times to restaurants. Kudos to Mango Reef and Hemingway's. Awesome meals at both places. We did struggle at Mango Reef with our drinks...bad margs and martinis. Switched to beer and wine as you can't mess that up. It was off season so the "A team" bar staff might have been on vacation.The food was incredible and that's why we were there. Sunday Afternoon the guys went to the Irish Pub (Danny Buoy's)to watch NFL games. We had a blast, met lots of locals,had conch fritters for the first time, met the local beer rep and got free hats!! Sorry to be vague, I know some folks go through great detail on their reports, day by day etc. The bottom line is this...Why do we worry about so many little things before we travel? You gather up all this info and when you get there, its so relaxing that any plan you had pretty much goes out the window. Almost forgot to mention the beach... It had to be one of the best beaches in the world. (at least the Grace Bay part, anyway) Can't describe it. For me personally, my favorite beach was always Punta Cana in Dominican Republic. Well, not anymore, its now a distant 2nd. What did I learn in Provo: Get rental car - It pays even if its just for airport transportation and food runs) Get a Private Villa - Cant say enough about this. It was our biggest worry when booking, and our biggest win when arriving. Get out for dinner and see some of the island. Go to local bar/pub and meet some of the local folks, they are great people. Keep it simple and enjoy.