Queen First Bight
From $195 / night
Pets allowed: Yes
The four bedrooms possess island style louvered windows, ceiling and floor fans, hardwood floors, luxury linens, and the two largest bedrooms open via French doors onto their own ocean view decks.
|Jan 01 2016||Dec 31 2016||$195||$195||$1,200||$2,200||2 Nights|
|Check In: 12 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Deposits: No deposit|
|Payment Options: American Express, Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check, Visa|
|Other Fees: If you need transportation add $92 per day. The bus rental will be included with this extra fee. A driver will pick you up at the airport if the bus is rented. Intercontinental breakfast included plus services of cleaning and washing clothes.|
- 2 King Beds
- 4 Queen Beds
- Air Conditioning
- Daily Maid Service
- Smoking Allowed
- Outdoor Shower
- View (Mountains)
- Beach Chairs
- Full Kitchen
- View (Ocean)
- Beach Towels
- High Speed Internet
- Pet Friendly
- View (Water)
- Linens Provided
- Alarm Clock
- Coffee Maker
- TV (Cable/Satellite)
- CD Player
- Hair Dryer
- Refrigerator (Full)
- Ceiling Fan
- Shopping Area
- Deep Sea Fishing
- Scuba Diving
- Children's Pool
- Grocery Store
Reviews for this vacation home rental in Roatan, Honduras
January 5, 2016
great breakfast , plenty of space in the rooms, beautiful house and view. The rooms are very clean and the kitchen is fully equipped . The only downsize is that there is no internet. But the property manager informed they will have internet soon. love it their
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Frequently Asked Questions
Write poetry. Bring a notebook with you and get carried away with your words and creativity. The beach has been inspiring poems and songs for centuries now, so you might as well join the tribe of people who like to write when they're by the water. Starting that novel you've always wanted to write or simply keeping a diary of the trip are other creative writing options at the beach.
Meet people. It's always an option to socialize. Beaches are filled with people so there's no reason that you can't make new friends. Games on the sandâ€”like volleyballâ€”make this easy but there are lots of ways to meet people at the beach. Look online to see if there are any upcoming social gatherings or meet-ups at the beach.
Look for seashells. You can troll the beach looking for seashells and colored glass. Take the best ones home with you and make jewelry or art, or just put them on display so that you can always remember the fun that you had at the beach.
Take photographs. The beach is a great place for taking some beautiful photos. On top of that those photos will be a great memory to take back from the trip. Wander along with your digital camera and see what there is to see and snap away.
Search for historic sites. Many beaches are located near places of historic importance which are marked with monuments or signs. You can find these in the most unexpected of places if you keep your eyes open. Military batteries on the water, historic lighthouses and places where battles once took place are all things that you can keep an eye out for. This is another great opportunity for your camera as well.
Catch up on phone calls. With cell phones working almost everywhere these days, you should have no problem getting connected to others at the beach. It's a great place to catch up on phone calls while getting a tanâ€”and you can make everyone you talk to jealous because of where you are! Of course remember to be mindful of not speaking too loudly or obnoxiously. You may be in a outdoor public area but many others are too and they're looking to relax and not unintentionally eavesdrop. Save the personal private conversations for another time.
Look for little critters. Most people who go looking for animals at the beach are looking for whales or seals or dolphins. Turn your focus to the little critters like the crabs and birds and jellyfish. Spend the day seeing how many different animals you can count. Make it a goal and snap pictures for every one so you can catalog your findings.
Write messages in the sand. You can write them big or small, say anything that you want and then take a picture that will last forever. These pictures can be made into unique postcards to send to the folks back home. Additionally if you have any empty bottles from your packed picnic meal, write the same messages on a piece of paper and slip it into the bottle for someone else to find.
Watch the sunset. Or sunrise if you get there early enough. This activity is a favorite for many, as it should be, at the beach because it's such a breathtaking sight to see. One that you'll never tire of. Take in the day (or morning) and reflect on what you've accomplished.
Celebrate a holiday or special occasion. People often go to the beach to watch Fourth of July fireworks or to celebrate a honeymoon. There's nothing like the crashing waves and sand between your toes to ring in a special occasion.
Daydream. You're sitting around at the beach with no commitments for the time being (at least, that's how it ideally should be), and nothing demanding your attention. That's a great time to just hang out and daydream a little bit. Envision what you want your life to look like in five or ten years, where you wish you could travel, or what you would do if you won the lottery. Let your mind and fantasies carry you away in the best way possible.
Relax. You don't have to daydream or take pictures or do anything really. You can just sit there and relax. Breathe, meditate, take a nap. Just be and relax. You're on vacation after all!
Build a sandcastle. A classic beach time activity for kids and adults alike. From the simplest design to the most elaborate, sandcastles help you pass the time at the beach while doing something really creative and fun. Try Googling for some inspiring ideas!
Practice Yoga and Meditation:Maintaining a yoga practice can be a great way to reduce stress, stay in shape and calm the mind. particularly effective for promoting relaxation, tension relief and restfulness.
"Yoga helps us slow down for a moment and tune into the breath. Simply the focus on one thing -- which is the very definition of meditation -- allows us to decompress,"