A Private Villa (and an unforgettable Honeymoon) Await at Fowl Cay Resort
July 10, 2012 - Fowl Cay Resorts - Weddings & Honeymoons
Brides are not just interested in having a unique wedding, different from the next, they’re also looking for an unrivaled honeymoon destination unlike all the rest! Top bridal magazine, Bridal Guide, has just the place to fit the bill, a small private island in a secluded area of The Bahamas named Fowl Cay Resort.
If pristine 360 degree views of mother nature’s proudest watercolors aren’t enough, there’s superb service which effortlessly resembles that of a pampered houseguest to match! Very few places can deliver the complete checklist of one’s top vacation priorities, from exotic locale and remote privacy to unmatched service and bucket list worthy adventure, but Fowl Cay Resort has a reputation of doing just that.
Bridal Guide editors have certainly let the cat out of the bag by spotlighting Fowl Cay, but luckily this 50 –acre private island reserve never exceeds beyond its six private villa-hideaway capacity.
To get the full scoop on this exclusive honeymoon destination, read the article below and then head to www.FowlCay.com for a look at making this your next getaway.
Bridal Guide, July 2012 issue:
A collection of more than 100 islands, the Bahamas, with its proximity to the States (many of the islands are less than 200 miles from Miami) and endless untrammeled beaches, has become a magnet for honeymooners. While some of the islands bustle with excitement, there are plenty of remote outposts to be found throughout the archipelago. One of the most exclusive is the 50-acre Fowl Cay in the Exumas. With just six fully stocked villas on the entire split, you’ll feel like a houseguest—a very pampered houseguest, that is. Each hideaway comes with its own golf cart and 17-foot boat to motor around surrounding cays like Honeymoon and Compass. Go behind the bar and mix your own rum concoctions, play a game of darts or pool in the pub and partake in nautical pursuits ranging from deep-sea fishing and wreck diving to feeding nurse sharks. Unwind under a thatched umbrella on South Beach and when the sun fades, mingle with fellow guests during cocktail hour and dinner in the main Hill House. Or simply have your villa host set up a three-course dinner on your sea-facing deck and toast each other with champagne (room rates start at $9,500 for seven nights accommodations, all-inclusive; fowlcay.com)