Georges Point Villas
Fresh Creek, Andros, The Bahamas
This is where John and Joyce lived before moving to Belize. It is 2 bedroom, 2 bath house with two one room bungalows that were rented to tourist. This page was the web advertisement for the rentals. These rooms are no longer being rented.
George's Point Villas are located on the central east coast of Andros Island, Bahamas, where Fresh Creek meets the sea. These beautiful villas face the Tongue of The Ocean inside the world's 3rd longest barrier reef
This superb location is ideal for our guests to enjoy some of the greatest fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling and bird watching in the world!
Each of our units are equipped with:
- Air conditioning
- Queen sized bed
- Twin sized (air mattress) sofa sleeper
- Private Bath
- Hair Dryer
- Reverse Osmosis Purified Drinking Water
- Satellite TV
- Internet Access
- Small refrigerator
- Microwave, Toaster, Coffee maker
- Dishes and silverware
- Ice for your drinks and coolers is almost always available, and free.
The reef is just one-mile offshore. Dolphin are often seen swimming in the shallow waters just offshore in front of our Villas. Lobster can be caught under the ledges just off the property. Divers can arrange trips to the reef or blue holes. Fly fishermen will bask in the proximity of world-class bone fishing flats that make up the 27-mile waterway of Fresh Creek. Local fishing guides are available to show you the best spots. Or if you have some experience, rent a flats boat from Hank and venture out on your own.
Or maybe you would rather just sit on the deck or relax in one or our hammocks and enjoy the wonderful ocean breeze!
Georges Point Villas are ideal for independent travelers looking for a quiet, relaxing, water orientated vacation. Whether you like fly fishing for bones, deep sea fishing for dolphin, wahoo and tuna, scuba diving or snorkeling, walking on miles of uninhabited beaches, Andros is for you.
Georges Point Villas were Operated by Candid Cameo, Ltd. A Bahamian Corporation -
Samuel Thompson, President
This photo was taken Oct. 1 2006. The new owners have made some changes!