My wife and I stayed at Honey Hill during May 2016, which was near the beginning of the off-season travel to the Caribbean. My review for our stay follows:
Reserving the Villa: Down Island Villas handled all of the reservations and handled all of our reservations and arrangements. They made our vehicle rental reservations as well as flight arrangements for the flight over from Grenada. That was very convenient and took all the worry out of having to do that. And added bonus was that the jeep rental, flight to/from Carriacou, and villa rental was all contained in one bill. A representative from the company met us at the villa and gave us an orientation, and also provided a maid service once during our stay (cleaning, change of sheets, etc.).
Getting There: We flew into Grenada and took SVG Airlines over to Carriacou early the next morning. The flight from Grenada takes about 20 minutes and you'll be on an 8-seat plane. Depending on which day you fly, you can leave very early and still have plenty of time to spend most of the day at the beach. Down Island Villas arranged for a driver to pick us up at the airport and he stopped at the police station on the way to let me get my temporary drivers license, and then took my wife and me to our home for the week. The last mile of the drive is along a very bumpy dirt/gravel road. I've seen others mention you need a 4-wheel drive....you do not. It's very rough and the road rutted, but there is a solid base so a 2-wheel drive will make it.
Getting Around: The house is one of the last along the stretch of road and is isolated from other structures. As such, if you want to go out you will have to rent a vehicle or get a taxi. I'd recommend a vehicle rental so you'll be free to come and go as you please. The roads on Carriacou aren't the greatest, but there isn't a whole lot of traffic. Hillsborough is a small town that has a main street and a few off streets. Several are one-way streets that aren't well marked, but after a few times in town you'll figure out the correct routes. There aren't a lot of roads on the island so it's pretty easy to get around. I was able to study a road map for a minute and then had no need for it the remainder of the trip.
The Beaches: Anse La Roche is absolutely stunning. The view from the top of the trail overlooking the bay and nearby Union Island is one you will never forget. We were the only people on the beach the few days we went down. Beware though, the walk does require some stamina and is pretty rough in places. Coming back up the hill was very difficult for my wife and the path is not smooth in the steeper places. But do yourself a favor and go to Anse La Roche at least once.....you won't reqret it. We also went to Paradise Beach and it too is a fantastic beach. There were only a few people on that beach and a few beach bars were stretched along it's long shoreline.
The House: The house is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom home. The master has a queen bed with en-suite, while the second room has 2 twin beds (that can be put together to make a king). The second bathroom is right off the second bedroom. There is a kitchen that is stocked with all the cooking utensils you will need, a full size refrigerator and freezer, a gas stove and oven, microwave, and other cooking ware. There is a washroom off the kitchen that has a large sink as well as a washer (no dryer, but there are lines and clothes pins to hang wet clothes). The living room is well-sized and has a book shelf with many books. The centerpiece of the house, in my opinion, is the verandah. This area contains the dining table and chairs, another spare bed if needed, and views that are priceless. We spent just one day sitting on the verandah reading and enjoying the view. The wifi is excellent (no TV), and there is a telephone for local calls. Most of the house has 220 volt outlets, but there are a few 110 volt outlets throughout in case you don't bring a converter (and we didn't). A few nights we cooked and ate outside. Each bed has a mosquito net......use it. While all windows do have screens and louvers, bugs still did get inside the house. They aren't that bad during the daytime, but once the sun goes down the bugs come out. The mosquito nets over the beds helped immensely, as we had no problems with bugs after unwrapping the net.
Our overall experience was excellent and would return to the house. We are not people who need immaculate accommodations, so if you need granite counter tops, marble tile, etc then look elsewhere. But if you just need the basics with an unforgettable view and privacy then give this place a look.