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Cayman Islands: House Rentals (2)

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    • 3 BA
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    • Sleeps 8
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      Recent Cayman Islands Reviews

      Wonderful vacation home for familes or couples

      4 of 5
      We loved Parrot-ise! It was perfect for our group (2 married couples and 2 single adults). The pictures on the website are exactly how the property looks. I believe the only difference is a white metal fence has been added around the pool for safety and privacy sake I would guess. The house had everything and was spic and span clean! The ice maker in the bar was perfect and kept us supplied with plenty of ice. The kitchen was a dream and fully stocked. The upstairs mastersuite was a dream to stay in. The living room downstairs was a very comfortable place for the six of us to gather when we weren't sitting on the screened in porch around the six person dining table enjoying a meal we grilled on either the gas or charcoal grill provided. The drive up to the property to the road made it even nicer as some properties we saw sat right on the road. Our property manager Roland was quick to reply to the couple of requests that we made (one was for a stand up fan for the patio which was a great addition). The only complaint we had was that the beach was not raked/cleaned and had lots of seaweed on it. The owners authorized Roland to get someone to get it cleaned for us while we were there but apparently the people that normally did it had other jobs and did not respond. Roland even tried to rake it, but it was way too much to do by hand and possibly needed a tracktor to get the job done. It was very rocky to walk out in the water so if you want a sandy place to snorkel or swim in ocean, this isn't it. However, if you want a great vacation home and a nice pool overlooking the ocean, Parrot-ise is the place to rent.
      • Submitted: Aug 9, 2016
      • Stayed: Jun 2016

      Intimate luxury

      5 of 5
      For context, we are a boomer-age, scuba diving couple who have traveled to St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Vieques, Barbardos, numerous Bahamian islands, Fiji, Tahiti, as well as various locales in western Europe. One of us has been coming to the Brac for 20+ years, the other for 8. We seek accommodations with character that are also comfortable to live in and appealing to our sense of aesthetic. This visit to Cayman Brac was 15 months after Hurricane Paloma, and we found the house and the island to be in astonishingly good shape -- a testament to the resiliency, resolve and character of Brackers. This house is a gem. You enjoy enormous privacy, yet are within three minutes of two markets and less than 10 minutes from dive operators. The sea view is magnificent from the house and deck, and the covered, seaside hammock hut is perfect for shady reading and dozing. The house itself is beautifully furnished with "real" furniture rather than indestructible patio furniture, including area rugs and artwork, so you feel like you're in a home instead of a sterile rental. Being a house on the north side, the upper-level open deck is largely shaded by the house. This is valuable for temperature and sun protection. Sliding doors in the living room and master bedroom open to the deck, which is furnished with lounges, a table and chairs. The king bed in the master is comfortable, the upstairs bath has an adult-height sink and counter top, plus drawers and cupboards where you can easily store your stuff instead of balancing it on the toilet tank top or worse, the floor. The tub-shower has good water pressure. The "L-shaped" layout of the kitchen, dining area and living room provides cross ventilation (also a/c), lots of light, and a sense of togetherness mixed with some visual privacy. We did a lot of cooking, and all appliances were modern and fully functional. There's wired internet access in the living room in case, like one of us, life without The New York Times is not worth living (you provide the computer). The house "comes with" a local manager, who is top notch. He'll store some basic groceries for you in advance (when you request), meet you at the airport and take you to the house, show you the ropes, and is available to quickly respond to any request for assistance or information.
      • Submitted: Feb 11, 2010
      • Stayed: Feb 2010