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After a hectic work month I landed in the Caymans weary and exhausted. Little did I know that the Turtle Nest Inn would provide all the respite I was seeking. Passing through its welcoming entry arch, I saw a view that dropped my blood pressure...More
What can I say that hasn't already been said many times?! My daughter and I stayed here last week - greatest choice EVER!
I researched a lot before reserving, had never been to the Caymans. Their website is utterly amazing; responses to queries prompt, information...More
Very nice place to stay.
Right on the beach, just steps to the pool and a few more to the sea.
The location is great ! Not crowded and little traffic. Very peaceful.
We also like the fact that they include a car in the...More
We visited in late June and had a fabulous stay! Turtle Nest Inn manages the property and they were very inviting. The house was right on the beach and very private. We loved it! The kitchen was a gourmet kitchen and provide all the utensils...More
This is one of those rare occasions when in spite of something being really good you almost want to leave it a not so good review so nobody else goes there and you can always get a room. The facility wasn't fancy but it was...More
Cayman hotels' exotic beachfront lodging offers Caribbean elegance, pool, superb snorkelling, and full luxury apartments costing less than most Grand Cayman hotel rooms. Located on its own sandy beach, only ten ...Moremiles from George Town and the airport, the Inn is away from the tourist crowds, in a genuine island setting. Cayman's only Travel Holiday Magazine's Editors' Choice Award winner for 2003. Less
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Maybe not what you might be interested in like eggs and toast but on Saturday mornings right next to you on the beach you can find maybe a Caribbean breakfast at The great tree café and few miles up the road there is the... More
Maybe not what you might be interested in like eggs and toast but on Saturday mornings right next to you on the beach you can find maybe a Caribbean breakfast at The great tree café and few miles up the road there is the Lighthouse club restaurant to the east and to the west there is a local food restaurant not far away maybe 10 minutes drive or less. But I don’t live that far away so depends on your timing I might can give you some ideas of what’s taking place or where to go on the island