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The organic, home cooked family style meals were extraordinary. We loved Derek's place. It is very rustic and quirky. If you are looking for a nice hotel, you probably aren't going to enjoy Derek's Place. If you are looking for primitive luxury artistically done, you...More
For a place that costs $75 a night, the cabins were poorly equipped as they do not have an indoor shower so you have to go outside to the common “shower” where they have a big bucket full and no shower head, so you need...More
Our family of 4 stayed at Derek's Place in April 2017 for spring break. We have two daughters, 14 and 9 and stayed in the Beach House Cabana. It has a little kitchen (2 burner cook top, sink, dining tools) that we used to cook...More
Disinterested owners to the point of rudeness who are just concerned about the £ they can get from their visitors. Expensive low quality food compared to elsewhere in the island. Nice location though remote from the town.
Although I Live in Miami, in a beautifull bayfront condo, when I think about relaxing vacations the only site that comes to my mind is Derek's Place in Little Corn Island in the Nicaraguan Caribbean sea. Besides the rustic cabanas made of local materials but...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."