My wife and I adore this place. Small and family-owned/operated. Whatever it lacks in sophistication it makes up for in charm. The first time we drove up Miss V (proprietor) helped us with cab fair unprompted b/c we were too tired to remember we needed it. The tiki bar is stocked and always playing great music. The guest rooms are small but very pretty and rustic in a perfectly cozy beach house kind of way. Miss V, Tracy, Karem and the rest of the guys are all great. Friendly, a *lot* of fun, and they make sure you have everything you want or need.
While they don't serve food there it hardly matters; literally 15 paces either way down the beach you have nice restaurants on either side. And there's a general market a minute's walk down the road for whatever supplies you need (seriously they've got everything). And turns out there's a casino just north if you're interested in that sort of thing ;) You’re a little out of the way from Placencia itself, but that's what the golf carts are for! We absolutely recommend Maya Breeze Inn not just because it's awesome, but because it's worth supporting such a fun little place.