This home and the island took me back to the old Caribbean, where time flows freely, folks are friendly, the architecture is quaint, the reef spectacular, the seafood fresh, the forest intact, and the sunsets can be enjoyed with great local music. This home (it is not just a house), is well located, far enough from the town (Sweet Water Bay) to be tranquil, but close enough to walk or bike to from town or a few of the beaches.The view over the trees to the ocean is like being in a treehouse, and you can walk down 10 minutes to a rocky cove where you can swim close by in clear blue water to 2 very small beaches. Beautiful wood and stone give the place a harmonious feel with the forest, and the aircon and fans keep you cool if you need it. I mostly just used the outdoor shower on the deck, but the bathrooms are fine. Clean and functional, the house has everything you need. No wifi, but that was a blessing (free wifi can be had in Sweet Water). The best part though was Adriana´s constant monitoring from afar of our comfort and pleasure, and the two cheerful ladies that cleaned and cooked and coordinated everything for us, Jove and Ligia. Both speak English and Spanish with a lovely creole accent, and saved the day more than once. All we had to do was decide which beach to hit or outing to take, what seafood to eat, and what groceries to buy, or when to get a massage. We rented a Mula for 4, and found it very practical. We want to go back asap!