Lorraine's Guest House
Lonely Planet review
If island life means beachside bungalows for you, then these are by far the cheapest in town. They're in need of a paint job and the linoleum floors lack a bit of charm, but they're a bargain all the same.
The design of the cabins is fairly similar - they're all made from wood, with tin roofs and plywood partitions to separate the bathrooms. If you can, try to grab one up on stilts - the breeze is better up there, as are the sea views from the rickety but you-should-be-OK balconies. There are some broken down but reasonably comfortable deck chairs set out on the water front where you can watch the surf breaking on the reef. Lorraine also has her own dock, a rarity for budget hotels here. It's a great place to catch some rays or jump in the water to cool off.
Our independent authors have visited Lorraine's Guest House and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Caye Caulker.
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