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First thing that has to be said is that you will not find friendlier or more welcoming hosts than Amy and Brian! From the greeting at the dock to the good byes and hugs at the end of your stay, they continually anticipate your wants...More
From the moment the boat arrived at the dock at Dolphin Hideaway I knew we picked the right spot. We traveled with a 7 and 9 year old and Brian really took extra care of them. From finding a coconut drink from as a special...More
Dolphin Bay Hideway is an off-grid property that functioned seamlessly. The island vibe and decor created an ambiance of tranquility. I look back at afternoon hours that I spent on the wide veranda enjoying the Caribbean flavor of dark wooden floors, fans, and pillow-filled rockers....More
The rooms are beautiful, the grounds are gorgeous, the food is fabulous, the water is perfect for swimming, kayaking and paddle boarding but what makes this place so special are the owners. Amy and Brian are just wonderful hosts who spend time with each guest....More
Beautiful little resort tucked away in a corner of a large bay that gives many opportunities to see lively dolphins away from an aquarium!
Amy and Brian are very gracious and available to help you with anything you might need.
The intimate nature of this...More
Thank Lianne R
Response from DolphinBayHideaway, Owner at Dolphin Bay HideawayResponded 4 days ago
Thanks Lianne for taking time to post this great review. It was very nice to have you both here at the Hideaway. We are so pleased the rooms were beautiful for you and the food excellent - the team loves to get feedback on their...More
Response from DolphinBayHideaway | Property representative | Reviewed this property |
The truth is that it is really hard to define exactly the weather for this part of the world. We are supposedly now in the rainy season, that is from November trough usually end of January and again from May... More
The truth is that it is really hard to define exactly the weather for this part of the world. We are supposedly now in the rainy season, that is from November trough usually end of January and again from May until end of August. How ever last year we had a drought in November and December and few years ago it poured for 8 days in February. so really you never know what the weather will do from one day to another.