Getting Here
A variety of airlines, both commercial and charter, provide daily connections to
Leonard M. Thompson International Airport
in Marsh Harbour. 
Once there it is a ten-minute taxi to the ferry.
The Hope Town Ferry schedules can be found here or here.
Once on the ferry ask the driver to radio Turtle Hill and drop you at the Lodge Dock. We will be there to greet you.

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On September 1, 2019 our beautiful little island was devastated by a category 5 hurricane. When a storm hits with this kind of veracity it triggers tornadoes. A lot of the homes and special places that you once visited are no longer here. No one is sadder than the habitants of the island. BUT we are coming back.

We hope that you will support us by following On Da Beach Facebook page and Instagram.

We were one of the lucky ones. Our little slice of paradise was damaged but we are coming back strong, refusing to let this be the end. Our villas were left relatively intact. Broken windows, porches destroyed and so forth. We are on the mend and our villas are being repaired. We are on "Hurricane Rates" until repairs are completed. We are still getting 5 stars on our reviews! If you would like to come and help with relief, if you are a second homeowner or just would like to sit on the beach and relax, we will welcome you with the same Bahamian Spirit we have always had.

PLEASE CONTACT for all accommodation inquiries at this time.

An Island Hideaway

You will find Turtle Hill Resort on the outskirts of Hope Town, Elbow Cay in the beautiful Abaco Islands.

Our Villas are poised above the Atlantic Ocean within steps of a refreshing pool or the ocean waves.

Whether you are coming to put your feet up for a time or you want to partake in the many activities that the island offers, Turtle Hill Resort is waiting for you.

Our Beach

Just steps away from the resort's restaurant is one of the best beaches you will come across in your lifetime. Seemingly private and an ocean with too many blue's to count, all waiting for you. Once your feet touch the sand you will not ask yourself why are you here but instead, why are you going home.