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Amazing place - my friend & I were looking for a weekend escape from Nassau and chose Tailwinds on a whim. Rich actually opened the place up for us (as the season wasn't open until Nov. 1st) and went above and beyond from the moment...More
Reviews are exactly as it is. Small place on a beautiful beach and picturesque scenery.
Rich is a true ex-pat New Yorker with huge heart that landed on the this amazing piece of sand and never left.
If your looking for Starbucks, super fast Wifi,...More
Most of the reviews I read prior to booking ended up spot on. Cat Island and the north end, in particular, is the perfect place to unwind, decompress, relax, revel, and chill. If you want amazing beaches, lovely people and great fellow travelers, this is...More
There isn't much to say that has not already been written.
Staff is excellent, everyone feels like family at Tail Winds. Location is amazing.
We rented a car one day we were there and looked around many of the other resorts on Cat Island. We...More
Like most on Cat Island, Tail Winds is a small resort. Four bungalows right on the beach and a few more rooms behind the restaurant. Tail Winds is not a resort for extravert party addicts who are thinking of Las Vegas fun and games. It...More
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There are curtains on the windows and patio doors; obviously if you leave them open those passing by can look in, that being said though, the deck is large between the rooms, someone wanting to see inside your room would... More
There are curtains on the windows and patio doors; obviously if you leave them open those passing by can look in, that being said though, the deck is large between the rooms, someone wanting to see inside your room would have to purposely walk close by to see in. Is helpful to leave the curtains closed during the day when the afternoon sun is at its highest to keep your room cool, also so the air conditioning doesn't have to work so hard. And of course, if you leave your curtains open at night with the lights on, then those outside on the deck can see inside. There's enough greenery between the resort and the beach that those walking by at night would have to try real hard to look in.
We stayed in Hannah's Hangar - it's beachfront - and left our curtains open at night so we could wake up to see the ocean from the bed. Some nights we turned the ac off, opened the windows and patio doors (all screened), opened the curtains to fall asleep and wake up to the ocean sounds. Ahhhhhh.......
As far as skinny-dipping goes: depends on your comfort level!!