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Martinsburg, West Virginia
Reviewed 25 March 2016

We had a wonderful five days at the Main House. They arranged a car for us, and even picked us up at the airport when our flight arrived. They will prepare good meals for you at a reasonable price every day, too. We had all of our breakfasts there, and a wonderful snapper dinner, along with some of the best...

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Nassau, New Providence Island
Reviewed 11 October 2015

The traditional themed decor of this property is dated and should most definitely be upgraded to reflect a stylish, modern and coastal island chic atmosphere given its location on one of the most beautiful and picturesque islands of the Bahamas.

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Georgia
Reviewed 24 July 2015

When you arrive in Matthew Town, it’s nice to have a ride, because there are no taxis on the island. My ride had been prearranged without my knowledge, thanks to the folks at the Main House, who knew I was coming to explore the island. As I waited for the baggage to be offloaded from the Bahamasair flight, a lady...

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4Thank Charlie S
Lynn Haven, Florida
Reviewed 2 September 2014

There are few places on this island to stay, but you come here to enjoy the true Bahamas. Most everything is owned or run by Morton Salt but still it's a nice place. Be prepared to be on island time. There are few places to eat, so let the Guest House know you will need food. On weekends there are...

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Johannesburg, South Africa
Reviewed 17 April 2014

We have had a good eco-holiday here in Matthew Town with good birding and snorkeling. We have had good service at Morton Main House. Considering what is available on such a remote island this is a keeper. NB!! Just a cautionary note when hiring a vehicle. Do not use Ingraham Rentals (Ingraham's Rent-A-Car Matthew Town), their cars are shockers and...

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3Thank SharonKersten
Bucks County, PA
Reviewed 12 January 2014

My buddy and I stopped at the The Main House during a multi-island trip through the Bahamas in our single engine airplane. (9 islands in 6 days) We stayed for one night. The first thing you'll notice when you visit Inagua (besides the beauty) is that it's a company town/island. After we landed and got our plane wrapped up and...

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7Thank Gandalfim
Aruba
Reviewed 25 June 2013

We are two pilots flying in the Caribbean, we had to stay one night at Great Inagua MYIG. Debby the general manager from Morton Main House picked us up ( free of charge ) at the "airport". We loved the accomodation and service, had a great diner ( salmon ) at her hotel / quest house. The people on this...

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2Thank Anne P
NYC
Reviewed 26 May 2010

A fun place to stay--and your only choice, which makes it easy. Used by executives of Morton Salt, this guest house has a few rooms, prepares food, and makes you welcome. Steps from main street--but so is everything. This island is amazingly friendly. People routinely stop their cars to quiz a tourist, because they see so few. The beaches are...

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Address: Matthew Town, Great Inagua Island
Region: Caribbean > Bahamas > Out Islands > Great Inagua Island
Price Range: $71 - $107 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 5
Also Known As:
Morton Main House Great Inagua Island, Bahamas
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“Choose rooms 4 or 5, furtherest away from the generator in town.”
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