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Thread: Harbour Island

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    NHDiane is offline
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    Just saw a piece on TV last night about the Rock House on Harbour Island. Looks like a very nice spot, anyone here ever stayed there??
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    sbhlvr is offline
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    I saw that one also, on Chronicle. They're torturing us. Harbour has been on my "to get to" list.

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    NHDiane is offline
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    I may have to add it to ours...looks sweet!
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    griegle1 is offline
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    I've been to Harbor Island the the Rockhouse. Candidly, I would put it in the "liked it, but did not love it" category. Rockhouse had very friendly service and nice people, but was frankly better in the web photos than up close. Some things a bit frayed around the edges. It was also loud when we were there. The restaurant/pool/bar was a pretty popular spot at night and the collective noise was an issue. I've stayed at Pink Sands in a prior trip. I thought that was the better option as its right on the beach. In fairness its been two years since I have been there and some things may have changed.


    The beach is amazing. Don't expect the shopping and dining options to be like what you see in SBH either. Its always dangerous to compare places, but I found the collective "vibe" to be more Anguilla than SBH. Hope that helps.

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    NHDiane is offline
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    ARLNOW - thanks so much. Pink Sands has always been the other spot we were curious about. As for comparison to SBH, especially the shopping, it's non-existent with us. NO shopping done by us as we go in off season and the trendy shops are closed. The only thing we shop for are groceries and maybe an occasional t-shirt The chances of us straying from SBH are slim but we're always open to the possibilities. Thanks again.
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