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Elbow Cay Rentals, Hope Town, Abaco, Bahamas


Hope Town Resorts and Rentals

Whether you’ve decided to stay in a small resort, or rent a house, it is important to book early.  It is not unusual for places to be reserved up to one year in advance.  To make sure you get exactly what you want, especially when renting a house, make plans, and book as soon as you can.  There are several rental agencies on the island waiting to assist you with vacation rentals.  If renting a house isn’t for you, there are also resort rooms and villas.  The following is a list of rental agencies and resorts, along with their type of accommodations.

Abaco Inn

(800) 468-8799 US (toll free)

(242) 366-0133 BS

Elbow Cay Properties

 (561) 249-4040 US

 (242) 366-0159 BS

Firefly Sunset Resort

 (242) 366-0145 BS

Hope Town Harbour Lodge

(866) 611-9791 US (toll free)

 (242) 366-0095 BS

 Hope Town Hideaways

 (242) 366-0224 BS

Hope Town Inn & Marina

(850) 588-4855 US

(242) 366-0003 BS

Lighthouse Rentals

 (242) 366-0154 BS

SeaGull Cottages

(242) 366-0266 BS

Sea Spray Resort & Marina

(242) 366-0065 BS

Tanny Key Vacation Rentals

(561) 249-4041 US

 (242) 366-0053 BS

 Turtle Hill Villas

 (800) 339-2124 US (toll free)

 (242) 366-0557 BS


Elbow Cay Marinas

For those visitors who will be staying on their personal or rented boat, there are several marinas on Elbow Cay for your convenience.  There are also moorings, which are available for rent in the harbour.  Listed below are marinas and moorings on Elbow Cay, along with their individual amenities.



Hope Town Hideaways Marina

(242) 366-0224 BS

Hope Town Inn & Marina

(850) 588-4855 US

(242) 366-0003 BS

Lighthouse Marina

(242) 366-0154 BS

Sea Spray Marina

(242) 366-0065 BS


TIP Generally, houses collect rainwater, and it is stored in cisterns.  This is the water that is used by the homes (ex. taps, showers, hoses, etc.).  For this reason, it is very important to try and conserve water.  Also, power outages are not uncommon during peak seasons, and not all rental homes are equipped with generators.  Because our water is held in cisterns, it requires a pump to bring it into the house.  During power outages, the pump will not run, therefore, toilets, showers, and taps will not work. 


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