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Musket Cove Island Resort

At a Glance

    Pros

  • Exceptional sense of space and leisure
  • great boating and fishing options
  • chance to self-cater

    Cons

  • Sprawling property can seem disconnected

Musket Cove Island Resort Review

This expansive, laid-back resort is best understood as a resort town—literally. Many guests rent bicycles and a general store sells groceries, including meats to cook at barbecues around the property. A variety of water sports such as windsurfing, diving, snorkeling, and kayaking are on offer, and the Australian owners' love of sailing is evident in the day-cruise, yacht-chartering, game-fishing, and Hobie Cat–sailing options. The five room categories all feature king-size beds and range from duplex Garden Bures to newly renovated Beachfront Bures to the 10 Armstrong Island Villas. The villas share a separate pool and BBQ and have their own decks on the water surrounding their circular private island, a bridge apart from the resort. The restaurant menu is upscale Continental with a seafood bent.

    Hotel Details

  • 6 rooms, 32 bures, 16 villas.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-22-2011

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