Cayman Brac House Rental Photos and Description
Beacon Harbor is 1/2 mile east of Stake Bay at the water's edge.
Welcome to Beacon Harbor.
Launch your daily adventures from one of our two secluded beachfront vacation homes. Strategically located on 4 acres of undeveloped island land with 200 front ft. of beachfront, you are assured privacy with unbelievable sunsets and starry skies. Yet, all of this is within easy reach of the comforts and conveniences you expect at home.
Each home features a spacious fully equipped kitchen, a living room featuring vaulted ceilings, two bedrooms with queen-size beds, and a full bath.
Each home will sleep up to six people.
A laundry with washer and dryer is just outside your front door.
Additional amenities include central air conditioning, and ceiling fans in each room. All towels and linens are provided. The couch opens to a queen sofa sleeper. A roll-a-way single bed is also available.
The living room opens onto a spacious 500 sq. ft. deck, which offers a panoramic view of the ocean; also, don't forget to look up and watch the stars at night. Most of us are used to seeing 100's of stars at home. At Beacon Harbor, you will see thousands and thousands.
Downstairs, you will enjoy an area below the deck, which offers shade and many more services.
Beacon Harbor was designed with divers in mind, the scuba gear wash down area makes clean up quick and easy. Included is a large gear wash down tank, pegs for hanging heavy gear, and a clothes line to dry the lighter weight gear completes the job.
Your downstairs area also provides a private store room, a 1/2 bath, and an outside shower. Ample lighting, a picnic table, and BBQ makes outdoor cooking enjoyable day or night.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- Events Allowed
Morris W Boughton
My name is Morris Boughton. Spending time in the ocean became my favorite pass time, beginning in the mid 1960's, and has continued to this day. Good fortune in my professional life allows me to pursue my hobbies, which include underwater photography and fishing in the pacific and the Caribbean sea.
In 1994, I began toying with the idea of having my own piece of paradise. After spending 3 years of active looking in Hawaii, Costa Rica, and the Cayman Islands, I selected Cayman Brac. Cayman Brac and Little Cayman make up the 'Sister Islands'. Only 5 miles separates them. More than 100 pristine reefs surround Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.
Little Cayman's 'Bloody Bay Wall' ranks in the top ten as most desired dive destination.
Beacon Harbor consists of two homes. We are located just east of Stake Bay on the North Side of Cayman Brac. We are situated next to the water on a secluded 4 acre tract of land.
I bought the land. I built the homes. I built the homes to my specifications.
Beacon Harbor is located on the sheltered side of the island, which offers shore divers and snorkelers calm seas most of the year. Beautiful reefs are found directly in front of the homes.
I built the homes for comfort and privacy. In addition, I built them with divers, snorkelers, and fishermen in mind.
It is only fitting that the Cayman Islands rank among the Top Ten Dive Destinations in the Caribbean.
The consensus top 10 Caribbean dive sites are itemized below.
These top Caribbean dives are listed in no particular order at all. Where you choose to do your diving will depend on what type of venue or characteristics you desire. Each dive site has been briefly defined with regard to its unique attributes. Here are the top 10 dive spots in Caribbean:
Where to dive for the best chance of seeing smaller tropical fish?
2) Bloody Bay Wall, Little Cayman
For 'most colorful and abundant' corals and sponges the top spots are:
1) Santa Rosa Wall, Cozumel
2) Bloody Bay Wall, Little Caymen
1) Salt Pier or Carl's Hill Annex, Bonaire
4) Green Outhouse Wall, Roatan, Honduras
5) Lighthouse Reef, Belize
The most famous wall drop-offs, or best wall dives are:
1) West Caicos Island- Turks and Caicos accessed from Providenciales
2) Columbus Passage, Grand Turk & Salt Cay- Turks and Caicos
3) Caymen Brac, Cayman Islands
4) South Wall- Turks and Caicos accessed from Providenciales
5) Little Cayman Island, Cayman Islands
6) Grand Cayman Island, Cayman Islands (East End & North End)
7) Sandbore Channel- Turks and Caicos accessed from Providenciales
8) French Cay- Turks and Caicos accessed from Providenciales
9) Cozumel, Mexico (Santa Rosa Wall)
10) Blue Hole & Lighthouse Atoll, Belize