GREEN TURTLE CAY, THE ABACOS‹AUGUST 9, 2012‹The historic Bluff House Resort & Marina, one of the first resorts built in the Abaco Out Islands in the 1950s, has announced the addition of eight new guestroom suites as new ownership works to embellish a classic British Colonial inn experience.
New General Manager Christopher Pollock, a veteran hotelier who grew up in The Bahamas and has worked extensively in the Caribbean and U.S., said with the makeover completed, The Bluff House has managed to retain its British Colonial charm and now offers guests a choice of updated waterfront suites and a selection of one, two and three-bedroom villas.
The new guest suites, overlooking the Sea of Abaco, are “beautifully decorated with a British Colonial vibe with rich furnishings and expansive decks with stunning views of the Sea of Abaco.”
“This is a great property in the heart of what I call The Hamptons of the Bahamas”, said Pollock. The Abacos are known as one of the world’s top boating and sailing destinations due to its calm sea surrounded by charming islands featuringquaint colonial towns, three golf courses, miles of stellar beaches and great fishing and diving.
The Abaco Islands lie in the northern Bahamas and comprise the main islands of Great Abaco and Little Abaco, together with several smaller islands, including Green Turtle Cay.
There¹s much in the works at the Bluff House, including the recent addition of a new Bluff House Beach Bar and Grill, new dive and fishing packages and probably one of the Caribbean’s most memorable restaurants and bars, The “Jolly Roger overlooking the pool and our 38-slip marina,” Pollock added.
For a reservation or more information, call 1-800-745-4911 or go to www.bluffhouse.com.
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