Where to stay and What to do on Green Turtle Cay
Where to Stay:

Accommodations on Green Turtle Cay rage from quaint little resorts with all the
amenities like the Green Turtle Club or the Bluff House.  Or you might prefer a
secluded rental cottage or house.

We recommend Coconut Cabana located just 50 feet from the Bluff House Resort
& Marina.  This is a private waterfront Villa on White Sound that includes a boat
slip. Luxury accommodations with two master bedroom suites and private
bathrooms. Coconut Cabana will sleep 2-6 comfortably and has large open areas
with enclosed patio.  Coconut Cabana is also accessible to all of the amenities of
Bluff House like a swimming pool, poolside bar and restaurant.

To contact Coconut Cabana you may email them at:
Remember -
don't just settle
for a Cart - get
a Kool Kart
"Not Just a Cart - its a Kool Kart"
You might want to spice your night up a
little by chillin' poolside at
Pineapples Bar
& Grill enjoying local entertainment and
watching a gorgeous sunset from their
patio with a great view of the harbour.   
Sundowners is always a favorite if you
enjoy getting to know the locals of the
Island.  They also have a fabulous view
of the Sea of Abaco which is great for
watching sunsets.  Enjoy one of their
house specials "The Sundowner".
The Gully Roosters
No stay in Green Turtle Cay would
be complete without visiting Miss
Emily's Blue Bee Bar - Home of The
Goombay Smash.

The Blue Bee Bar has been in
business since 1957 and is one of
the oldest bars in Green Turtle Cay.

The Late Miss Emily created the
first Goombay Smash in The
Bahamas at the Bar here in Green
Turtle Cay and many bars around
the Bahamas have tried to master
it but none can compare to Miss
Emily's Goombay Smash.
Green Turtle Club is a romantic luxury Bahamas hotel and
resort on exotic Green Turtle Cay.  Green Turtle Club and
Marina sits on a picturesque harbor surrounded by some of
the most spectacular beaches in the world.   With an
enviable location, the Green Turtle Club is centrally located
to be within a short golf cart commute of town and it is the
only resort on Green Turtle Cay within an easy walk (less
than 10 minutes) from the breathtaking beaches on the
Atlantic side of the Cay. The highly acclaimed Club
Restaurant features freshly caught Abaco seafood with a
new menu nightly of World/Caribbean fusion cuisine.
Established in 1964, the Resort and Marina were designed and built to be in harmony with the colonial
charm of Green Turtle Cay and the Loyalist settlement of New Plymouth. Honoring the tradition of old
English-Bahamian hospitality, the Club offers a quality of service and attention to detail that is no longer
commonplace, finding a perfect combination of Out Island relaxation and sophisticated comfort.

We recommend Green Turtle Club here at Kool Karts.  The staff are friendly and they have Superb

Flyfish for Bonefish with Captain Rick
Sawyer, a Bahamian licensed and “IGFA"
certified captain and guide.  He knows the
"Bonefish flats" around Green Turtle Cay
like no other.  

Click here to go to his website  to get more
Enjoy your stay in a beautiful tree
house located on a bluff overlooking
the Sea of Abaco in Green Turtle. The
Treehouse can accommodate up to six
persons with two bedrooms and two
Coconut Beach House is located on a one
acre, secluded, ocean front property on the
northern tip of Green Turtle. It is perfect for
families or couples.
Coconut Beach House.

The picture to the right is one of the many
amazing views from the house.
Coco Bay Cottages
Coco Bay Cottages is also another
option. They have six different villas
that can be rented. The villas are
located just 600 feet away from the
Sea of Abaco or the Atlantic Ocean.
Things to do and Place to Go
Our "Number 1 band in the Nation" The
Gully Roosters also play live at the Green
Turtle Club on Wednesday evenings. If
you like the sweet sounds of  our
Bahamian music then this is the Band.
Entertainment & Activities:
You can find a lot to keep your mind at ease while on Green Turtle Cay whether it
be sitting on one of our quiet serene beaches and listening to the waves and the
seagulls or sitting at one of the many local bars enjoying a tropical drink such as
our well known Goombay Smash or Bahama Mama.  
Where to Dine:
Leeward Yacht Club

Green Turtle Club

Sundowner's Bar & Grill

Pineapples Bar & Grill

Harvey's Island Grill

McIntosh Restaurant

Jolly Roger Restaurant
Sea Turtle Treehouse
Twin Palms
For those that like to enjoy sunsets
check out Twin Palms located on the
sea of Abaco. They offer six bedrooms
with four baths.