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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent East End reviews

  • Best Vacation Ever!

    "We took a gamble on this property based on photos and some reviews. Well, our gamble paid off big time. This place is fabulous beyond words. The owners thought of everything and more. Bikes, kayaks, pool and the view-spectacular! We dove the East End and the location was great. We will be back again and plan to stay at this house. Thank you for one great vacation!"
    Guest: Kent V. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 22, 2017
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  • Loved the location and the pool

    "This was our second time to Caymen, after a day visit from a cruise two years ago. We weren't sure where we wanted to stay, but decided against Seven Mile Beach area because of the crowds. The North Side seemed to get good reviews, so we gambled and it payed off. Overall, I loved Grand Cayman and the house was a great home base from which to explore. Points on the house location. 1. Great location on quiet side of the island. Virtually no traffic and very peaceful. 2. Construction was going on across the street. It didn't bother us much and we got a discount because of it. 3. Rum Point Club down the block. I wasn't super impressed with it. The swimming area was ok. There are better beaches on the island. The restaurant and bar were super expensive and the food was mediocre at best. But you can book excursions to snorkel or go to Sting Ray City there. That was convenient.l 4. The house is actually on a bay, not the ocean. It was fine, but we couldn't really swim there. There were jelly fish in the bay while we were there. My kids did kayak though. We tried to see the Bioluminescence at night, but weren't lucky enough. Not sure if it was the timing or what. 5. We were a quick five minute drive to Starfish Point which was a nice beach. 6. There is no grocery store nearby. There is a place called Chisolms about 5 - 10 minutes away, but the prices were really high there. Stop on the way in at the corner of Hirst and Shamrock. There is a decent IGA there. 7. You'll need to plan a couple of day trips to go over to the more touristy things on the other side of the island. There are some beaches over there definitely worth checking out (Cemetery Beach was a favorite). Points on the house: 1. Very clean. 2. Great pool. Very well kept. This was awesome for the kids. 3. Had outside showers for when we got back from the beach so we didn't have to track in all of the sand. 4. Kitchen is kind of stocked. I've done other VRBO rentals with better kitchen equipment. We could have used some sharp knives for fileting fish (or at least a sharpener). 5. The living room furniture isn't that conducive to family gatherings. We wanted to watch movies a few nights and it was a little uncomfortable. 6. The beds and bedding were all fine. Again - everything was clean. 7. We had enough towels, but did have to launder them a few times. Mostly that's because my kids have an issue with hanging up their towels. All in all - I would recommend."
    Guest: Jessica W. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 5, 2016
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  • Island lifestyle

    "We love this property. While it's located on the East End of Grand Cayman away from the famous 7 mile beach, it offers a unique opportunity to enjoy an island lifestyle without feeling like a tourist. The screened in patio is a nice place to get up and enjoy the morning sunrise or enjoy a Cuban Cigar (available right across the street) and enjoy the evenings easterly breeze. And the outdoor pool is enjoyable, albeit a bit small. It's a short walk, about 3/4 of a mile to the public beach that is more like your own private beach. There are several excellent restaurant choices within 2 miles of the property so whether you're walking or driving, the restaurants are easily accessible. The Tukka Restaurant next door is so convenient and everyday at 5:00 PM, the cooks gather guests and feed the Frigate birds, and Tarpin. On two occasions, we have seen the resident Black Tip Reef Shark come right up to shore and help itself to the Tarpin. Down the road, the Italian Kitchen is a pleasant surprise, it's located in a strip mall, but when you step inside, you'll find yourself transported to an authentic Italian bistro experience. The food and service are outstanding and the wine selection is quite good. Another favorite restaurant is the Bombay Chopsticks, Chef Remy a world renowned chef makes food presentation an art. Can't say enough good things about the Cayman Chillin property, it truly feels like our "home away from home" in paradise."
    Guest: Kenneth H. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 12, 2016
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  • Time to relax, recharge and explore

    "Sea Beauty was the perfect set up for us to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary! We spent time on the beach, snorkeled, explored the island, and took naps in the hammocks in the shade. We loved the location- away from the hustle and bustle but centrally located so you are close to everything. The Fraziers are gracious hosts and a wealth of information about the island and its history. What a great trip!"
    Guest: Michele L. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: December 28, 2016
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