Please read our reviews! Fully licensed by the Cayman Islands Dept. of Tourism meeting strict standards of safety and cleanliness. Gorgeous white sand beach right outside the plantation doors of Sea Lodge #14, continuously updated and redecorated by meticulous owners. This is olde-time Cayman beach living. Unwind and de-stress in our unique and comfortably furnished oceanfront haven at Rum Point on Grand Cayman Island. Listen to the surf and watch the sunrise from the California king bed. Lie on the quiet beach enjoy swimming, snorkeling our 'back yard ocean' & scuba diving. We are designated a protected marine park right outside the door, so the fish and the reef are amazing. Many books and DVD's in our library. Relax on the two screened porches. Porch rockers on back sunset lanai. Washer/ dryer and free wi-fi. Cooled by the trade winds through plantation shutters and three ceiling fans; no air conditioning.
SOUL-LIFTING VIEWS - EVERYTHING YOU NEED INSIDE:: All rooms view the Caribbean, tastefully furnished and decorated, bedroom with COMFORTABLE CALIFORNIA KING SIZE BED WITH EXCELLENT MATTRESS by french doors opening to Caribbean view, waves on reef and trade wind breezes lull you to sleep, overhead fans in each room, nice kitchen with new granite counter tops, microwave, stove, refrigerator, blender, 1 very clean bathroom with combination tub/shower, new queen sleeper sofa in living room, wireless internet for your laptop, washer and dryer, iron and ironing board, good linens and towels provided, discerning reader's dream beach-reading library, 2 screened lanais, beach chairs and patio furniture, beach towels, stereo CD system with i-pod connection, television with large DVD collection, optional maid service and grocery service.
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 (10 minutes) or drive (two minutes)! 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, get an ice cream, have your hair braided, enjoy the shade in your beach lounge or hammock. Kids love the shallow waters there.
Schedule a dive with Ocean Frontiers - reliable, professional, reasonable, and the best dive operation on Cayman: Located on the East End, a 15 minute drive.
Queen's Botanic Park: See beautiful tropical gardens and hopefully, a Blue Iguana!. On Frank Sound Road.
MORE TO DO!!!: Visit Black Pearl Skate and Surf Park next to Hurley's Grand Harbour. At 62,000 sq. ft. it is the largest concrete skate park in the world. Lessons and rentals available. The Waveloch Surf Machine produces an 11 foot wave! It is also one of it's kind in the world. Take the little ones to the Turtle Farm in 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. Take an Atlantis Submarine excursion. Take a bioluminescence kayak tour at night. Go kite boarding or wind surfing on the East End at Morritt's Resort; the calm water inside the reef and strong trade winds make it a truly perfect and unique venue. Considered one of the top 10 wind surfing sites in the world. Go on a Cayman Island Helicopter tour. Walk the amazing and famous 7-mile Beach. Dine, dine, dine. Grand Cayman is home to some of the finest restaurants in the Caribbean. Walk the Mastic Trail into Cayman's wild and undisturbed interior.
My wife Dawn and I started coming to Grand Cayman in 2000 to scuba dive with our 2 children. We fell in love with the gentle people, perfect climate, and beautiful unspoiled sea. We finally purchased a piece of this paradise in 2010. It is a dream come true. Our cottage is one of 16 that were built as a dive resort in the 1960s on what was the very remote north shore. It has miraculously survived all the developers and is continuously preserved and improved by the very passionate individual owners. There is nothing like it left on Grand Cayman. We love to share it with our guests and receive lots of very positive reviews. We are blessed to have a local Caymanian couple, Miss Barbara and her husband Linsford care for our cottage and guests. They are like family to us! Contact us anytime. We love to discuss this very special place with anyone interested!