Great location in Exuma. $30 taxi ride from airport and to airport is standard from Georgetown. 10 minute walk to Shirley's at the Fish Fry - we would have eaten here every night but it's closed on Wednesday and Thursdays. The food at the other shacks around Shirley's aren't anything close to hers. We would recommend the coconut grouper and the conch fritters. The only thing that would've made our trip even better would have been if we had a rental car but we weren't 25 and that is the minimum age. It's about a 15-20 min walk from Coral Breeze into Georgetown where there's an ATM (most places only take cash), small grocery stores (which aren't open on Sundays), Driftwood Café (only place we found that sold coffee), and some other restaurants and bars we didn't try.
The first day we did a bonefishing trip with Bonefish Stevie who we would come back to again. He picks you up from the VRBO and takes you back as well. We did a full day of fishing which tired us out a lot but was fun.
The second day we relaxed and walked down the hill from the VRBO to a small beach where there used to be a resort and the building frames are still there but no one else was around.
The third day we took an awesome full day boat tour with Robert's Island Adventures. We got picked up from Exuma Market in Georgetown and were driven all the way up to the north end of the island where Sandals and another resort are. The tour took us to iguana island, swimming with the nurse sharks, pig island, lunch, a sandbar, snorkeled through the Thunderball Grotto, and they pointed out some celebrity houses on private islands. They provided Goombay Smash drinks and snacks along the way as well. The tour guide was great and it's a family owned business. Would highly recommend!
Overall, this is a great location to stay at because it's away from all the resorts where a bunch of tourists are. A car would be good so you can see more of the island and taxi's can get expensive. The house was clean and had everything we needed!