Photos and Description of this 4 bedroom holiday home in Little Cayman - Beachcombers' Paradise
Newly Renovated 4 Bedrooms, 2 1/2 Baths, Sleeps 8, Secluded Sand Beach!
BEACHCOMBERS' PARADISE: Recently renovated fully furnished beachfront house with spectacular sea views. This 4 bedroom single story 2000 square ft. ranch style house is situated just 40 feet from the water’s edge on a secluded reef protected sand beach. This rare getaway is all about relaxation, tranquility and the ultimate in privacy, yet water adventures are footsteps away. The home is located on the north shore of Little Cayman in the center of Mary's Bay less than 1/2 mile west of Mary's Cut. Our reef is only about a 150 yard swim from our beach. You can enjoy miles of private walks on isolated sand beaches stretching west. You can also snorkel and fish right from the beach.
FREE WI-FI AND PHONE SERVICE: Rates include FREE Wi-Fi internet, local land line phone service and Magic Jack phone service for FREE long distance to the US and Canada. Your friends, relatives and business associates back in the US can also call the house toll free from the US. So even though you are AWAY FROM IT ALL you can still be in touch and conduct business if you wish. There is no TV service, but there is a large TV with DVD player and a stereo so you can play your music from your iphone or other portal device and watch DVDs on the large TV.
A PROFESSIONALLY MANAGED AND MAINTAINED PROPERTY: Although we (the owners) handle all bookings, Beachcomber’s Paradise is professionally maintained by Blossom Property Management which is headed by Marc Pothier. Marc has decades of resort and vacation property experience in the Caribbean and has been the manager of the Paradise Villas resort on Little Cayman for the past 16 years. Upon arrival, you will be met at the airport and transported to the house for an orientation. On your departure you will be taken back to the airport. Marc and his team are also on island and available 24/7 if and when needed.
THE 'FRIENDLIEST' ISLAND: Little Cayman is best known for its diving, fishing, snorkeling, and internationally protected bird sanctuaries. Jacques Cousteau rated the Bloody Bay dive site on the north west end as his #3 best dive site in the world! It has also been rated as the friendliest place to visit by Forbes Magazine. Little Cayman Island lies 85 miles east of Grand Cayman, 450 miles south of Miami and 120 miles south of Cuba. The weather from December through May is consistent and reliable, averaging to 80 to 85 degrees with nice island breezes. The island is only 1 mile wide and 10 miles long and is remarkably undeveloped and under populated. There are only 150 full time residents.
LITTLE CAYMAN DIVING: There are four top notch dive operations with nice boats to choose from on Little Cayman. All are very good. If you want to shore dive you can arrange to rent tanks. Conch Club Divers is independent of any resort and enjoys good reviews. Email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org From US (832) 460 9127 On Island (345) 948 1026 Pirate's Point, Southern Cross and Little Cayman Beach resort are the other dive operations. Reservations and advanced booking is recommended for all diving.
1. World famous Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park with magnificent wall diving.
2. Turtles, Spotted Eagle Rays, Reef Sharks, Nassau Groupers, Moray Eels, Stingrays, Schools of Horse-Eye Jacks, Barracuda, Seahorses and much more!
3. 100's of different hard and soft corals and over 500 types of fish.
4. Incredible visibility & usually 100 to 150 feet, with little or no current.
5. Warm water... Winter 78 to 80 (F), Summer 82 to 86 (F).
TRANSPORTATION AND VEHICLE RENTAL: The home is located 7 miles from Blossom Village and the airport. There is NO public transportation on Little Cayman. Transportation from the airport on your arrival date and back to the airport on your departure date are included in the rates. You will need to rent scooters or a rental car for the rest of your stay----bicycling the 7 miles each way to and from Blossom Village, shopping and the restaurants is not recommended except for the most adventuresome and athletic visitors. There are two car rental companies on Little Cayman Island: We recommend McLaughlin Rentals run by Carla Reid phone: (345) 948 1000 or email email@example.com also rent scooters. Bruce Miller aka 'Scooter Bruce' (345) 916 4971 rents scooters too, but only in the high season and he delivers scooters to you.
BICYCLE RENTAL: Email Marc Pothier for pricing and reservations. Delivery of bicycles to the house is available.
FISHING: On a fishing charter, the catch could be tuna, wahoo, mahi mahi, grouper, snapper, kingfish and the occasional sailfish depending on the season and what you’re targeting. Fly fishing for bonefish, tarpon, and permit in the shallow waters and inland brackish lakes is also popular. There are charters available for blue water-deep sea fishing as well as guides for fly fishing. Call or email the owner for information and recommendations.
RESTAURANTS: There are 5 good restaurants on the island, each associated with the five resorts on the island. Prices range from moderate: Hungry Iguana and Beach Bum Cafe to expensive: Pirates' Point, Southern Cross and Little Cayman Beach Resort.
GETTING THERE. You will first need to fly to Grand Cayman which most major carriers service. From Grand your only option is to take a 25 minute (90 mile) flight on Cayman Airways to Little Cayman which is $151.00 USD for a round trip ticket. We recommend that you book a 2 hour layover on Grand so you can be sure to make the Cayman Airways flight to Little Cayman if your flight to Grand is delayed.
You will not be disappointed in our home and accommodations and Little Cayman Island as a memorable getaway!
Kammy and Brian
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
Being avid divers, snorkelers, beachcombers, and fisherman/fishing woman, we love getting away from it all and back to nature. All three of our children are also divers and love the water.
After decades of traveling and diving throughout the Caribbean, we found that when we returned to many places years later, they were somewhat ruined by high rises and too many tourists. Little Cayman is in a time warp but still has most of the amenities of more developed places. We chose Little Cayman Island for a number of reasons. 1. Great diving, fishing, snorkeling and beach-combing. 2. The island is clean, well preserved and underdeveloped--no large resorts and no cruise ships. 3. No crime: there is law and order here and a good government---very safe--also, medical services on island and a world class hospital close by on Grand Cayman. 4. Our house is on the quite side of the island and its like having miles of sand beach all to ourselves yet we can go to the restaurants if we don't feel like cooking.
Beautiful, peaceful, safe and remote. Everyone who lives, works and visits here is genuinely happy to be here. How refreshing and unique is that from what you may experience elsewhere.