Gorgeous white sand beach outside your door ... Peace and quiet ... steady breezes through the sea lodge.
Our back seaside porch opens to NO NEIGHBORS on adjoining property to spoil your privacy or distance view.
Lie on a quiet spot on the private beach, enjoy swimming , snorkeling and scuba diving in our 'back yard ocean'. Snorkel our designated Protected Marine Park, as the underwater life and the reef are amazing. Unwind, de-stress, and get back to yourself in our comfortably furnished oceanfront haven.
Local casual or fine dining. Many books to read. Music, candles, blender Margueritas, lunch on the lanai, peaceful evenings under an open dome of starry skies. Two screened porches. Washer and dryer in the unit. Fully functional kitchen with new granite counter tops. Listen to hypnotic wind and surf: be cooled by the trade winds through plantation shutters. Optional three ceiling fans & air conditioning.
Please read our many testimonials to get a sense of Lucky Dog's true ambiance!
We offer you Soul Lifting Views – Everything You Need Inside: All rooms view the Caribbean Sea, tastefully furnished and decorated, master bedroom with comfortable King Size bed and excellent mattress - next to French doors opening to Caribbean view, overhead fans in each room and new air conditioning. Small complete kitchen w/ new granite counter tops, microwave, stove, refrigerator, blender (no dishwasher), 1 bathroom with combination tub/shower.
In living room, a full-size futon sofa converts to comfortable double bed with good quality mattress. Wireless internet for your laptop, in-unit stackable washer and dryer, good linens and towels provided, discerning reader's dream beach-reading library of two large bookshelves, 2 screened porches, beach lounges and patio furniture, stereo CD system, optional grocery service, great dive trips can be scheduled with Ocean Frontiers: a reasonably priced and well-respected dive shop nearby, airport pickup and rental car delivery available. Ask!
Stuff To DO !!!: Lots to do besides bronze on the beach with your book!
Plenty of local events: Pirate's Week in February, marathons, Pedro's Castle, horseback riding, pirate's caves.
George Town: Lots of duty free sales, the harbor, restaurants and night spots.
Explore the community: Visit the Saturday morning Farmer's Market.
Walk to Rum Point: A short quarter mile walk down the beach (15 minutes) or drive (two minutes)!
Schedule a dive with Ocean Frontiers - reliable, professional, reasonable.
Queen's Botanic Park: See beautiful tropical gardens and hopefully, a Blue Iguana!.
Visit the Mastic Trail: This old nature trail that takes you through a variety of the island's various ecosystems.
Kids And Adult 'Kids' :: Walk down to Rum Point's Beach/bar/restaurant... children and grandkids will love the shallow waters and shade there - (especially on weekdays when it's not crowded)....enjoy watersports and take the boat out to Stingray City. Eat your lunch at the colorful picnic tables - reasonable food prices. Visit the Shipwreck Beach Bar, have a drink, get an ice cream, order the turtle soup, have your hair braided, play volleyball, enjoy the shade in your beach hammock or lounge and shop the gift shop for clothing, jewelry, postcards, books, snorkel equipment and other necessities.
Nearer to town, older kids also enjoy the Black Pearl Skate-and-water park next to Hurley's Grand Harbour near George Town. Join Captain Marvin's boat Tours. Take the little ones to the Turtle Farm in the West End. Everyone likes to visit 'Hell' - if only to get the T-shirt. Buy the Tortuga Rum Cake and eat it with whipped cream. Buy Jerk Chicken and fresh fish from the roadside stands. Visit the Saturday Morning fresh food and swap meet near the ocean turnoff to Cayman Kai. No shortage of good times on the island.
We live in Michigan most of the time, but love our getaways to Grand Cayman, where we once again remember who we are - without all the daily accoutrements and stresses of our ordinary busy lives. The magic happens the minute you step off the plane and hear the steel drum band playing, smell the fragrant air and feel the breeze blowing as you arrive at Owen Roberts Airport.
We purchased Lucky Dog Sea Lodge after vacationing at the Sea Lodges of Cayman Kai in the late 1990's. It only took one time to fall in love! This place has a special vibe that is totally unique.
Ocean views from every room in this quirky 1960's built white peaked roof, Fred-Flintstone-reminiscent abode make it the perfect island haven! Here you have a sense of living indoors/outdoors in tandem with nature on the sand and sea and this feeling became a standard we could not find anyplace else. Lucky Dog Sea Lodge gives a one of a kind experience.