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Fernandez Bay Village

Lodge or Resort
Bahamas Hotel Association

Driving Directions

There is only one main road on Cat Island. From the New Bight Airport, turn right and drive for less than a mile and you will see the sign for Fernandez Bay Village on the left.

Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes

Since moving to Cat Island, Tony and Pam have been operating the business together for 40 years. They have raised two children, Tameron and Shane, who assist with the daily operations of the business.

Lodge or Resort Description

Fernandez Bay Village lies on a unique and incredibly beautiful half-moon bay with a mile-long pristine white sand beach. It offers dramatic views from every angle and lush vegetation with Casaurina and Coconut trees. Looking out to the west, you will see three small cays, two rocky points at either end of the sand beach and, of course, clear blue water as far as you can see.

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are allowed for a $15 per night fee. They must be well behaved, have no accidents in the room, not destroy anything, and don't bark if left alone. They must also get along with other dogs as there are two resort dogs.

Recreational Opportunities

The hotel offers the following free of charge to all guests:

  • Kayaks
  • Canoes
  • Paddle boards
  • Bikes
  • Honor Bar
  • Free wifi in clubhouse only
  • Daily complimentary ride to grocery store for guests
  • Private beach chairs and umbrellas

Hours

Seasons Open

November 1st - August 15th

Pricing

Rate Range

$285 - $430 per night (plus taxes and gratuities)

Attributes

Locally or Family-Owned Business

Amenities

Lodging Style and Amenities

This 16-room property started as a land development and then turned into a hotel/resort after the 1970s recession. It is known for its exotic dining experience, where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner by the seaside. The menu includes fresh local fruits at any time of the day, with a variety of sandwiches on homemade bread for lunch, and dishes like grilled lobster tail for dinner.

If you’re staying in a villa, you have the option to prepare some of your own meals using the kitchen stocked with pots, pans and utensils. In addition, there is always a plate of fresh baked cookies, a stalk of local bananas or a basket full of seasonal fruits for snacks on the go, including pineapple, watermelon, papaya, tomatoes, and limes too.