Gone Bananas – Abaco Vacation Rental Home

Gone Bananas … an Abaco Bahamas rental home, secluded but not isolated, on picturesque Lubbers Quarters. Enjoy a relaxing, yet adventurous  Out Island  vacation in  luxury accommodations.   Sleeps up to 7 adults,  or 6 adults and 2 children…. 3 bedrooms,  3 baths,  2 kitchens.


 Gone Bananas is spacious and  comfortable!!    Short walk  from sandy beaches.    Beautifully furnished  for your island vacation.  Owners live on the island and are always available for any assistance or tips on what to do.  Guests also enjoy our private dock and gazebo for relaxing or fishing.  

Two separate units that can be rented in conjunction with each other

“Top Banana”   in the treetops,  sleeps 4.
Two bedrooms, each with a queen size bed and a bathroom.

Fully equipped kitchen provides everything for preparing meals and  entertaining guests.

Spacious great room and dining area.   Direct TV, DVR, and an ipod docking station.  Free internet access. Bring your laptop.

Fully air-conditioned (instant back-up generator in case of island power outage).

Large breezy deck  furnished for outdoor living and dining.  Lookout deck fun for sunset watching, stargazing, or sunbathing.

Walk to the dock where you can tie up a boat, swim, sunbathe, or snorkel.  Lubbers Quarters has several picturesque  sandy beaches for combing and many walking/jogging paths, both flat and hilly.    Golf cart provided for guests of  Gone Bananas  to get you around the  island with ease!

“Banana Split” … Ground level separate rental apartment.  Tastefully decorated and well equipped.   Queen bedroom/bath,  kitchenette, eating and sitting area. Futon (opens to full bed) in the sitting area can accommodate up to 2 children or one extra adult.  Kitchen has  two burner stove top, a microwave, and a full size refrigerator.

Direct TV, DVD, and free internet access are also provided in Banana Split.

Where is Lubbers Quarters?

Lubbers Quarters lies protected from ocean swells in the clear, turquoise Sea of Abaco. Located between Marsh Harbour and Elbow Cay (pronounced “key”), approximately 3 miles south of Hope Town, it is one mile long and ½ mile wide. The island offers secluded beaches for swimming, sunbathing or shell collecting, paths for walking or jogging among lush tropical flora and foliage, bird watching, and lots of peace and quiet. There are no bright lights, and the night sky is a star-studded showcase!!!

Eats and Drinks on Lubbers

Two Restaurant/Bars — Cracker P’s and Lubbers Landing both have spectacular views and full menus including fresh seafood. Lubbers Landing serves 3 meals a day five days a week, and Cracker P’s serves lunch and dinner. Cracker P’s menu includes a good steak.

Down Deep – Local fisherman Michael Schreiner sells fish and lobster in season from his “Fish Market”.

More restaurants and shops are on Elbow Cay (Hope Town and the famous lighthouse), Within a 5 to 45 minute boat ride you’ll discover other island hopping and shopping opportunities. Nearby Tilloo Cut offers easy access to the ocean.

A small boat is necessary to experience the full island vacation. See “Transportation” link.

For the novice or non-boater:  Round trip transportation from Marsh Harbour to Lubbers Quarters.   Also provided:  a day trip to Hope Town and an evening out at one of Elbow Cay’s restaurants.