Mignon Guest House

Address: 12 Market Street, Nassau, New Providence Island, BS000, Bahamas | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the West End area of Nassau, is near Straw Market, Pirates of Nassau Museum, Ardastra Gardens, Zoo and Conservation Center, and Dolphin Close Encounter.
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    Travel Blogs from Nassau

    Our Cruise & Miami

    A travel blog entry by lauraapple on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... first stop was Nassau, which is the capital of the Bahamas and quite a large island. There were many things you could do in Nassau, including an amazing resort and waterpark where you could go on waterslides through the shark tanks, but unfortunately they wanted $179 per person for this experience and that was money we just weren't ready to part with for a waterpark. Instead we chose to do a 3 hour sailing and snorkelling trip out to one of the reefs. We were on a ...

    Nassau to Highbourne Cay

    A travel blog entry by hemslie on Feb 08, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    Good morning

    We are slowly all getting up and organized for our day on the water. The plan is to leave for Highborune Cay our fist stop in the Exuma's. Highbourne Cay is known world-wide as the gateway to the ultimate ephemeral islands – The Exuma Cays. Uniquely, the privately owned island welcomes yachtsmen and guests to its first-class marina and luxury cottages.
    Arrived at 2pm and ...

    Day 2 - Nassau, Bahamas

    A travel blog entry by fiwigang on Jan 11, 2015

    12 photos

    ... comes as no surprise to locals and guests alike.

    Seafood, of course, is a popular item. Tourists and locals both enjoy crawfish, conch, land crabs, and fish such as grouper, yellowtail and red snapper. For breakfast, boiled fish and grits are a favourite, as is homemade island bread. And of course there is the duty free shopping!! If you are after a diamond, apparently, this is the place to come (Carribean).!!


    Another day at sea

    A travel blog entry by rachinamerica on Jul 07, 2014


    ... While they were away we were delivered complimentary wine and chocolate covered strawberries as compensation for our vibrating room. We quickly demolished the strawberries. We needed to walk off some of our food. I was still full from breakfast due to my inactivity. We walked to level six and saw that they were showing 'cloudy with a chance of meatballs' on the big screen. So we stayed to watch the second half of that. It was pretty gross (or a ...

    A Day at Coco Cay

    A travel blog entry by herlenegilbert on Jun 29, 2014

    37 photos

    ... Dee Dee and Mike stopped for a visit and then it was time for them to go to the jet skis. Tricia, Trey and Celeste were going parasailing, so we walked over to see them off and watch from the shore. I found a hammock and gave that a try. I almost fell out, but managed to stay in. I did lose my sunscreen, but David retrieved it for me. Apparently someone had lost their change because there were pennies and quarters under the hammock. Missy got ...