Published On: Sun, Jun 2nd, 2019

Bahamas Vacation Resort for Fishing and Relaxing

Chez Pierre is a Bahamas vacation resort with colorful character and a laid-back appeal. This small Bahamas getaway sits on the west side of Long Island, one of the lesser developed of the Bahamas resort islands with just 3,000 year round residents. Travelers to Chez Pierre can relax on the beach, swim, kayak and even bonefish within feet of their cabins. More over, guests will be served some of the best food on the whole Bahamas island. Snorkeling and sightseeing round out the possibilities for travelers to this beautiful and quiet Bahamas island resort.

Chez Pierre is a Bahamas Vacation for Travelers Who Want to Relax

Chez Pierre oceanfront resort sits on a private secluded cove. Guests stay in six small, clean and comfortable cabins that sleep two in a queen sized bed- an attractive option for honeymooners or couples looking for a relaxing vacation with their partner.

Chez Pierre might not have all the bells and whistles of some of the larger Bahamas resorts, but this is more than made up for by the affordable price of this charming off the grid resort. The cabins are cooled by the ocean breezes and by a large floor fan that helps during hotter weather. Guests should be aware that the shower runs saltwater, but most guests find they get used to this in short order.

Enjoy Gourmet Meals at Chez Pierre

Chez Pierre is run by a French Canadian couple. Pierre is a gourmet chef who turns meals into masterpieces. Lodging at Chez Pierre includes breakfast and dinner for two for each night of lodging. Guests will enjoy a selection of eggs, omelets or pancakes in the morning, served with coffee, juice and fresh fruit. In the evenings Chef Pierre will delight the palate with a selection of exceptionally prepared fresh fish and local produce prepared Caribbean and continental style.

Bahamas Fishing Vacation

Chez Pierre is an excellent getaway for travelers looking to combine a relaxing beach vacation with some exciting bonefishing. Do-it-yourself anglers can target schools of bonefish just outside of Chez Pierre when the tide is low. Those looking for a full day of action packed fly fishing should book a flats fishing guide. Chez Pierre works directly with one of the best guides on the island, Locksley Cartwright. Locksley knows the area well and gets anglers into fish in the mangroves and in miles of superb white sand flats where the tailing bonefish feed during low tide.

Bahamas Travel to Chez Pierre

Bahamas Vacation Resort for Fishing and Relaxing

Long Island is serviced by small commercial airlines as well as privately booked charter flights. Most travelers to Long Island will need to book a one night layover in Nassau before flying into either Dead Man’s Cay or Stella Marie airports. A good affordable hotel is the Orange Hill Beach Inn on the north side of New Providence in Nassau. Located just five minutes from the Nassau International Airport and just steps from the ocean, the Orange Hill Beach Inn is a great place to relax and have a meal and a drink before heading on to your destination of Chez Pierre on Long Island.

A taxi will take travelers to Chez Pierre for approximately $50-60 USD. While at Chez Pierre it is unnecessary for guests to have a rental car, except for those times that they want to get out to explore the rest of the island or travel over to the east side for some snorkeling. Chez Pierre can arrange for rental cars for its guests and it will be delivered to the guests’ door.

Chez Pierre is a charming, small resort that is perfect for couples, honeymooners, families or anyone looking to get away from the hustle and bustle and commercial atmosphere that can be found on some of the larger Bahamian islands. There are plenty of activities to keep people busy such as fishing, kayaking, snorkeling and sight seeing. Although the Bahamas are not known for exceptional food, Chez Pierre will be sure to delight the palate with fresh, well prepared cuisine.

About the Author

- Paul Linus is an eminent online journalist who has been writing news, features and editorials on different websites from across the world for about a decade. He can be contacted at knowledgeherald@gmail.com

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