Private double en-suite, $45 BZD per night for the room, 3rd April 2014
The Lonely Planet nails this by evoking the memory of 1920s seaside hotels and Ernest Hemmingway; many a tale will be heard when nursing a Belikin on the balcony.
A 5 minute walk from the bus station, facing the seaside. Corozal is a very small town, so the centre is never too far away.
Quite a luxury room for the price, in comparison to other establishments.
The heart will not long for Corozal, so only spend one night here.
Value for money
Very decent, however a cooked breakfast will cost an extra $10 BZD. Be sure to e-mail ahead of your arrival as there is not a permanent receptionist and official check-in is 4 p.m; Gwynn will usually make sure someone is there to meet you earlier.
Budget to mid-range travellers.
Don't expect to find many food places open after 8 p.m.
Wifi, bar, restaurant, hot showers, good source of tourist information.