|Lot Size||1.2 acres|
|Living Area||7,500 sq.ft.|
|Key Features||Ocean View, Waterfront, Beachfront|
|Location||Berry Islands, Great Harbour Cay|
The Carriearl Hotel on Great Harbour Cay is a boutique hotel with 4 charming bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms. Features of this hotel include a cocktail lounge and bar that overlooks the beautiful secluded and untouched Sugar Beach Bay, a restaurant with a full commercial kitchen, and a dining room/ living room that overflows on to exterior patio. The 50 x 20 freshwater was originally built and designed by the previous owner of the home turned hotel, Earl Blackwell. There currently is an owner's quarters that can be utilized as a 5th bedroom. This charming hotel has great room for expansion as the owner has plans and permission to expand the hotel vertically with 7 additional rooms as well as plans and permissions to build 5 additional cottages on the property. The Carriearl Hotel on Great Harbour Cay has amazing potential to facilitate guests for VIP excursions from Great Stirrup Cay operated by Norwegian Cruise lines and Coco Cay operated by Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, both very short boat rides away.
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