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It's a lovely oasis. I have to say, that Derek made one of the 10 best meals WE HAVE EVER HAD...AND WE ARE FOODIES. Fresh lobster in a coconut sauce. I have never enjoyed lobster more. The addition of the bathrooms to the rooms (huts)...More
Really enjoyed our stay at Derek's Place. It was very windy being on this side of the island, but was actually more of an attribute by keeping us cool at night and keeping the bugs away. The walk into town is about 15-20 min and...More
Derek's place is definitely the best place to stay in Little Corn Island (perhaps even Nicaragua)! When we arrived after a 20-minute walk (there are no cars allowed on the island), we were immediately overwhelmed by the beauty of this place. It is nothing less...More
I loved Derek's place....I wasn't going to let anything bother me on this vacation, I loved the hikes to Derek's Place though the jungle and seeing critters along the way, the beautiful porch overlooking the most beautiful grass and ocean, the sound of the coconuts...More
First, let me just disclose that my boyfriend and I are not picky or high-maintenance travelers, nor do we have unrealistic expectations when going to a remote island. To be honest, I believe that some of the previous reviews have unrealistic complaints about the pests...More
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There is a communal bucket shower, which is a big barrel and you have a bucket to scoop the water out and over you. Our kids thought it was really neat. You do get towels in your cabana. We stayed in the Bottle House... More
There is a communal bucket shower, which is a big barrel and you have a bucket to scoop the water out and over you. Our kids thought it was really neat. You do get towels in your cabana. We stayed in the Bottle House which has its own private bucket shower and the Beach House has it's own private one as well.
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"Definitely research the amenties provided in each Cabana. They vary dramatically."