Topaz Cottage at Diamonds by the Sea

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6
  • Cottage

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 6

Type: Cottage

Topaz Cottage at Diamonds by the Sea

The Topaz Cottage

Charming Carribbean style with 2 bed and 2 baths.

You are about to find out why Diamonds by the Sea on Grand Bahama Island is the tropical paradise you've always dreamed of. It's about adventure and seclusion; heritage and culture; sand and ocean; sun and moon; day and night. Whatever it is, it will make your dreams seem incredibly real. That has to be a welcoming thought!

Discover the attractions surrounding Diamonds By The Sea, one of the only vacation ocean front cottages in Freeport, Bahamas - A rare find!

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About the owner

Gladys Smith

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Topaz Cottage at Diamonds by the Sea
Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas

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Additional Location Information

The Topaz Cottage at Diamonds bythe Sea is located on Fortune Beach next to Churchill Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in Grand Bahama. We are ideally located in the Lucaya area, 5 minutes drive to Port Lucaya, 10 minutes drive to the International Bazaar in central Freeport, and less than 15 minutes from the International airport. We have miles of white sandy beach with beach bars and restaurants walking distance from us. Water sports activities are also available close by on the beach. There are buses and taxis close by for guests who have not rented a car and each cottage has its own parking space next to the cottage. We are very private and secure and yet close to the action of Port Lucaya

. DIRECTIONS from the Airport to Diamonds bythe Sea are: Take Grand Bahama Highway East and make a right at Churchill Drive and continue on Churchill and make a right on Diamond Row and continue for a few hundred feet and make a left at the Gate to Diamonds bythe Sea, enter the Code # and you are at your destination. From the Harbour, take Queens Highway to Grand Bahama Highway East and follow above directions from ariport.

When Christopher Columbus visited our island in 1492, he called it Gran Bajamar—'Great Shallows,' from which the name Grand Bahama was derived. However, the name of the island's capital city, Freeport/Lucaya, is probably better known to the world today than the name of the island itself.

Many of the 50,000 people on Grand Bahama were not born there. They hail from all over the Islands of the Bahamas.

One of the best ways to learn more about the culture and history of Grand Bahamians is through the People-to-People Program, which brings together visitors and residents of similar professions, hobbies, etc. to create special memories of our destination that will last a lifetime.

In 1834, when Great Britain banned slavery throughout its empire, former slaves in the Islands of the Bahamas were allowed to stake claims on whatever open land they could find, and many of Grand Bahama Island's older settlements, such as Pinder's Point and Williams Town, were founded by former slaves.

Grand Bahamian musicians made their living providing entertainment around the poolsides of hotels during the day and in the hotels' lounges at night. Their repertoires were generally Calypso standards and any other popular island songs that tourists favored. They later moved their acts into discos and nightclubs, or began putting on their own native shows, portraying the island's rich culture and heritage.

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Warm winter getaways, Waterfront

Getting There

Nearest airport: FPO INTERNATIONAL
Car is recommended



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