The settlement derives its name from the well at its center. Rumor has it, the well was dug by pirates who sailed the waters of the Bahamas centuries ago.There are 16 rooms at the resort. Each one is steps away from the ocean and has air-conditioning, satellite television and a private bath. When you get hungry, make your way to our waterfront dining room. Choose a delicious Bahamian specialty from our menu or have your Catch-of-the-day prepared the way you like it. Our bar is always stocked with beverages. Enjoy a tropical cocktail or relax in the salon and play pool, watch television or make use of our wireless Internet. BBR offers a unique vacation experience. Leave the hassles of city life behind and come enjoy the beauty of the Bahamas.
Bahamasair from Nassau: There are three Bahamasair flights per week. They depart every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at aproximately 9am. The flight takes 1.5 hours. In most cases this means you must fly to Nassau, stay overnight and fly to Mayaguana the following morning. Bahamasair flies from Mayaguana to Nassau three times per week: Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Flights depart at aproximately 12pm but it is not uncommon for flights leaving Mayaguana to experience delays. If you are planning to take a connecting flight from Nassau on the same day give yourself at least two hours of layover time to account for potential delays.
The mail boat: The Lady Mathilda makes weekly inter-island trips between Nassau, Acklins/Crooked Island, Mayaguana and Inagua. One-way passage ranges from $30 - $100 depending on the destination. The Nassau-to-Mayaguana leg of the route takes at least two days. The mail boat runs on Bahamas time so if you're looking for speed and convenience, this option is not for you. Check with the Dockmaster's office in Nassau for schedules and fairs. Tel: 242 393 1064.
Private boat: Visiting boaters must clear Customs and Immigration at their first designated Port of Entry. For more information regarding entry fees and Customs and Immigration, consult the official website of the Bahamas