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We visited Little Corn Island in March 2014. Upon arrival we did not have reservations anywhere. We asked everywhere for accommodation our first night and could not find anything available. We stumbled upon Derek's Place. They had a last minute cancellation which freed up a...More
Loved it! Interesting array of reviews on the site. We stayed in the Beach House which has a kitchenette (no fridge) which we made use of for daily breakfasts. There are critters around so I would recommend keeping food in the pots or hanging ala...More
For the most part we enjoyed our stay at Derik's Place. It is secluded. It is romantic. We stayed for 6 nights and would have happily stayed for more if we didn't have to go home.
We went into the stay with pretty low expectations...More
Was curious to check reviews, after our stay, and was not too surprised to find them diametrically opposite.
The place itself is in paradise. Secluded, wonderful beach, very beautiful wooden huts etc. We stayed for 1 day (which is all they had available) and loved...More
First of all you are staying in Central America not America or Europe so if you go expecting to be waited on hand and foot and all the amenities you are you used to you are setting yourself up for disappointment.
I stayed here with...More
Response from Allison T | Reviewed this property |
There is a communal bucket shower, which is a big barrel and you have a bucket to scoop the water out and over you. Our kids thought it was really neat. You do get towels in your cabana. We stayed in the Bottle House... More
There is a communal bucket shower, which is a big barrel and you have a bucket to scoop the water out and over you. Our kids thought it was really neat. You do get towels in your cabana. We stayed in the Bottle House which has its own private bucket shower and the Beach House has it's own private one as well.
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"Definitely research the amenties provided in each Cabana. They vary dramatically."