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The Cove, Eleuthera

Swaying palm trees, white sand beaches and turquoise waters greet guests at The Cove, Eleuthera in the Bahamas. The island of Eleuthera was founded by Puritan voyagers seeking religious freedom in 1648. The name of the island pays tribute to its history. Eleuthera is of Greek origin meaning free. Situated 50 miles east of the capital of Bahamas, Nassau, Eleuthera is truly an undiscovered paradise known by few travelers.

The private resort provides 57 elegant seaside cottages and villas designed with comfort and sophistication in mind. Eleuthera’s guest rooms are fully equipped with modern features such as air conditioning, iPod docking stations, 500 thread count linens, 50″ flat screen TV’s, in-room wireless Internet access, in-room safes, room service, coffee makers and luxurious bath quarters. Residences are located just footsteps away from a warm sand beach, showcasing Bahamas stunning Caribbean water views.

Resort guests have ample amenities at their fingertips with access to a fitness center, spa, open-air sunset bar and gourmet restaurants. From snorkeling, paddleboarding, and kayaking to more serene ventures such as lounging by the scenic infinity pool, the Caribbean activities are seemingly endless.

For ultimate relaxation, we invite you to experience one of The Cove’s luxurious spa treatments. The skillful team at the Spa are fully knowledgeable in the benefits of bodywork and aim to deliver exceptional service to clients. Some highly praised spa treatments are Tandin’s Signature Massage, Swedish massage, and Traditional Thai assisted yoga intended to promote total relaxation while revitalizing the body.

Guests are treated to tropical inspired dining options. In respect to the pristine aquatic environment, The Cove responsibly offers sustainable produce and vegetables from their own gardens. Ingredients that are naturally in season locally and imported are available, these include organic fed beef and locally sourced seafood. For guests seeking the finest dining experiences, the resort’s  Freedom Restaurant & Sushi Bar and the outdoor Gregory Town Grill offers exquisite ocean views to accompany the divine tropical cuisine.

We invite you to come find out why Travel and Leisure rated Eleuthera, “Best Secret Island on Earth”.

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