Two beautiful cabana suites... each having a kitchen/dining cabana
(with sleeping area) and a bedroom cabana (with laundry). Each suite
has two cabanas connected by a pergola covered deck perfect for al
fresco dining and barbequing. Each suite has two bathrooms. Although
very affordable for one couple, each cabana suite will comfortably
sleep six to eight. Perfect for two couples traveling together or for children
in a separate cabana. Very kid and toddler friendly... with enclosed spacious deck and fenced beach yard with 8 foot wading pool. High chair, Pak N Play crib, video baby monitor and car seat available. Check out the full list of amenities. Family friendly.
The cabanas are located on the beautiful sandy shore of the Placencia
peninsula just steps from the Caribbean shore your beach faces east
toward a stunning sunrise each morning. There is a 100 foot lighted
pier (see photos) and palapa just steps from your deck.
Traveling is easy: Belize City is only two hours from Miami and
Houston. Our cabanas are only three miles from Placencia airport,
which is only a thirty minute flight from Belize City via Tropic Air
or Maya Island Air. From the US: Continental, American, US Airways,
Delta and TACA fly in to Belize City.
Many guests rent a vehicle at Belize International Airport and drive
to Belmopan and then down the Hummingbird Highway through the Maya Mountains to Placencia. It is just a stunning drive and a great way to travel Belize.
"Passing through jungle and citrus orchard as it skirts the northern edges of the Maya Mountain range, Belize’s Hummingbird Highway offers a near constant procession of postcard-perfect vistas. There are also plenty of reasons to stop along the way, chief among these being a visit to Cave’s Branch for cave tubing and St Herman’s Cave, where, with a guide, you can explore its huge caverns and classic Maya ceremonial chambers containing calcified skeletons and artifacts. There’s also the Blue Hole, a 25ft-deep sapphire-blue swimming hole inside a 328ft-wide cenote that was formed when the roof caved in on one of the Sibun River’s underground tributaries."
We were in Placencia from 1/15-1/25 and stayed at the mainstay II. It was an amazing trip, Drew picked us up at the airport, helped sort out some trouble with a missing bag, and recommended a place for dinner for the first night. Food on average in the different restaurants we ate at cost around 55 Belize for the two of us, so ~27 American for fresh fish and lobster. So basically a steal. Shopping for drinks and food could get expensive in the Chinese owned markets that are everywhere, but if you bought in bulk it was cheaper. So if you want some Belikin for the whole trip go by a crate of it then return the empties and the crate for a refund, instead of buying them as singles for 2-4 Blz each. The locals in Seine Bight were extremely nice, and we never had any trouble with anyone. Thank you everyone at the Maine Stay. Drew, Karen, Joyce, Jerome, Hector, and many more im forgetting for all the help
There are many available restaurants, complete tour services, massage centers, and spa offerings.
We will meet you when you arrive at The Maine Stay, whether you choose to rent a vehicle in Belize City and drive down, or if you fly, we will meet you at the Placencia Airport. Renting a vehicle in Belize City gives you a lot of flexibility, depending on your plans. Do you want to do Mayan Ruins, the Jaguar Preserve, Cave tubing, and other things? You can save money and do some or all of these yourself in your rental vehicle.
Tour can also arranged with local tour operators. Local taxis are readily available. Tours will pick you up at your Cabana Suite, our ocean front pier or at our lagoon Marina. There are many delightful shops with local arts and crafts.
Included on the property is a 100 foot lighted pier (see photos) and palapa just steps from the cabanas with easy access to great snorkeling and night water viewing of the reef fish, crabs, rays, and schools of glowing tropical fish.
Other activities in the area:
Snorkeling as well as world class fly-fishing and scuba diving on the
second longest barrier reef in the world. Spelunking. Fishing. Mayan
ruins. Rain forest hikes.
You'll be delighted by:
The spectacular beaches. The sunrise and sunset. The herons in the
morning, the hummingbirds, the lush gardens and flowers, the fresh
seafood, the Maya Mountains, the friendly people... and so much more.
AVAILABILITY CALENDAR... see on property's website