Barefoot Beach Belize
- +501 226 0205
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Lonely Planet review
Painted in candy colors, this perky place is on a quiet stretch of beach at the southern end of the village. Suites and cottages have kitchens and living space, with direct access to beach breezes; rooms are smaller but still spacious, with fridges, air-con and coffee makers. The whole place has a tropical theme, with plenty of floral prints and sea-themed artwork.
There are also some well-appointed new huts (BZ$170) a block further back. Hammocks hang under a thatched-roof palapa at the end of a long dock, offering the perfect place to while away an afternoon, while bicycles are provided to explore the island.
Our independent authors have visited Barefoot Beach Belize and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Caye Caulker.
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