I found this place on Trip Advisor folks!!!!! Anyway it is owned by a friendly Dutchman named Rene along with with his g/f and trusty 7 yr old brown lab named MAX. Rene is a former Dutch police detective who decided after working back home for many years it was time to persue the the live of a dive bum...no better way than support the dive habbit by opening up a small Inn. I did not bring my dive card and Kim not being a diver we were here to snorkel.
After a day of watersports you can relax in the courtyard under the gazebo with a bottle of beer from the office or bring back a bottle of wine from town and enjoy the warm evenings.
Unique Quality: The Inn is within walking distance of everything in Kralendijk. Don't feel like walking he can get you a cab or if you are in a pinch he might be able to give you a ride himself. The rate per night in 8/25/10 was $70 USD per night for the two of us not including a small tourist tax. Rooms were spotless and cleaned every day. A/C worked and we also had TV (didn't use it) and a small fridge. Rene can help arrange dives if that is what you need or rent snorkeling gear etc..just ask as he is very accomidating.
One tip..if you are going to stay here Max would probably appreciate a small stuffed toy. Not expected but Max is a friendly dog and had I known about him prior to arrival I would have brought him one.
Directions: A 5 min walk to the shore road- Kaya Craane///10 min to the Klein Bonaire water taxies etc..
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