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Posted by:Mar 9th 2005, 03:04:42 pm
MellyZThanks for the replies. Coral Sands appears to have a 3 night min. Maybe I can get a manager to approve a two night stint!
Posted by:Mar 9th 2005, 02:13:15 pm
KarolDefinitely Coral Sands!
Posted by:Mar 9th 2005, 11:51:25 am
KimberlyBaretta's is a blast, but isn't really for kids ... and it's further away from town and things for them to do. Coral Sands is more central and long popular with families; Dunmore Beach and Runaway Hill really don't cater to kids; Romora Bay's an option, but again a decent walk from town; Royal Palm is central and offers simple apartments with kitchenettes; Valentine's isn't open at the moment; Tingum Village might be a good choice.

You can find telephone numbers, contact e-mails for all of the above at the Island FAQs link, see Briland Accommodations.

Hope this helps --
Kimberly
Posted by:Mar 9th 2005, 09:22:33 am
snowyYou should stay at Coral Sands....Oceanview isnt a place for kids...Barettas is ok but Coral Sands is nicer.
Posted by:Mar 8th 2005, 03:08:04 pm
MellyZHi!! I'm taking the kids to the Bahamas. I have two nights to spend on Harbour Island. Which accomodations are better for a mom and two kids?

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