A rv rehabilitation company that closed for renovations in 2017 is coming back to life in a big way.
The team that closed is now running a business called rv rehabs.
This news comes to us from the official site for rv ranches and resorts in the Bahamas.
The rv site is here.
Rv Rehabs has reopened and is back in business.
They now operate at the resort in Bahamian capital Port Dickson.
The business was started by a former employee who is now the owner.
We will have more information as we get it.
This is a beautiful and stunning view of the Bahamas from the hotel lobby.
A tour of the lobby of the rv resort in Port Denton.
Another view of Port Ditton.
We have seen a lot of renovations at this resort in the last few years.
In 2018, the resort was re-opened with a view of an island on the other side of the bay.
It was a spectacular shot.
Our own tour guide, Tom Dolan, is very proud of this photo.
At the resort we were greeted by an owner who introduced us to the team that had closed the facility.
We were greeted with a tour of all the ranches in the resort.
There were three ranches: A 1,200 sq. ft. property, a 1,300 sq. m. property and a 1.5 acre property.
The 1,000 sq. feet property is now open for guests.
Tom Dolan was on hand with us to take a photo of the land that was once part of the resort and the ranch.
He said, “It’s really beautiful.
It looks like paradise.
You could just walk around it and it was such a peaceful setting.”
Tom is the owner of the 1,500 sq. sq.m. property.
It is the smallest of the three properties.
He said, “”You can really go there and it’s just like a paradise.
The water is so clear.
It’s just the perfect place to live.
“We asked about the other properties that were once part in the property, but now are part of a new resort.
I am excited to see the ranche on display again. “
They all got the same lease.”
I am excited to see the ranche on display again.
Dolan was kind enough to let us take a tour.
The ranches were the only ones that were in use before the resort closed down.
When the resort re-opens, they will have a full line of restaurants and other businesses that can be accessed from the 1.2 acre property that is part of their resort.
We are also looking forward to seeing the rest of the property.
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