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We're Canadian seniors, in the middle of a two-week stay. Can't say enough good things about the place, and Erika, the manager. The beach is a few steps away, the road that runs alongside the place is the most attractive on the island, the main...More
Thank you, Erika for your great assistance during my short stay. The room was a suite in upstairs and had an excellent view of ocean. The room was well equipped and I felt like I am in a nice city hotel. Erika helped me to...More
Super staff! Inviting 1840s Behamian beach house. In the middle of everything! Good restaurant and bar! Lots of locals. Gritty but beautiful! I loved this place. And it was a good value! Very casual and relaxing! I'll be back.
Friendly and helpful owners and employees. Great location, clean facilities, best prices in the country. Great AC, very casual place, historic building, sleep to sound of waves on beach. Bring insect repellent.
Me and my husband stayed here for four nights. It was awesome. The island itself is small so you kind of run out of things to do. The salt rakers restaurant has the best servers. Rochelle and Ruby take care of you. They are personable...More
The Salt Raker Inn web address comes up on a Google search as Trip Advisor doesn't permit including web addresses directly. . The Manager - Erica Faller - e-mail address is there. I hope you enjoy it there and have as great... More
The Salt Raker Inn web address comes up on a Google search as Trip Advisor doesn't permit including web addresses directly. . The Manager - Erica Faller - e-mail address is there. I hope you enjoy it there and have as great holiday?I would suggest also asking for one of the upstairs rooms - they have better views!
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"Chose one of the two upstairs suites. Worth every extra cent. They have balconies overlooking the sea, and..."