Home to some of the best beaches on earth.
Our residence in Grand Cayman perfectly combines the intimacy of a private vacation home with the exclusive amenities of a five-star resort.
Grand Cayman is the largest of the three Cayman Islands. A haven for snorkelers and scuba enthusiasts, Grand Cayman also offers a more relaxing experience at its many world-class resorts lining Seven Mile Beach- named one of the ‘Best Beaches on Earth’ by Travel + Leisure.Our residence is located at the Beachcomber and is nestled along the perfect stretch of this famous beach. This three bedroom residence sleeps a maximum of eight and boasts ample covered patio space overlooking beautiful turquoise waters. A large infinity pool located just steps from the shores of the Caribbean Sea is also available for owners to enjoy.
Our residence in Grand Cayman perfectly combines the privacy and intimacy of a private vacation home with the exclusive amenities of a five-star resort.
But don’t just take our word for it!
“The Beach Comber is the best location and residence on the island, right in the middle of Seven Mile Beach. The residence is a great layout with a spectacular view. The restaurants were all wonderful with excellent service. This is now our favorite destination and have booked again for the summer. My wife refers to it as her “happy place.”
– Owner Member Mark A, who just returned from his vacation in Grand Cayman.
Top 3 Must-Do Activities:
- Stingray City
A 45-minute boat trip from Grand Cayman, Stingray City is a submerged sandbar located on the North Sound where tourists can experience close encounters while feeding hordes of majestic stingrays.
- Cayman Spirits Co. Distillery
Come taste small-batch spirits on the Georgetown waterfront in what has quickly become a Grand Cayman staple. Spirits are concocted by hand in a single column still using local ingredients and traditional West Indies techniques. Be sure to try the award-winning Seven Fathoms Rum.
- Atlantis Submarine
Board the Atlantis Submarine and dive into the deep blue. This sub descends to depths of over 100 feet and boasts unrivaled views of the world underneath the water.
Grand Cayman is know for its incredible dining, ranging from extravagant and upscale to more casual, outdoor options. Check out some of our favorites below-
Started by world-renowed French chef Eric Ripert, Blue cannot be missed. Our residence’s extremely close proximity to the Ritz Carlton, where Blue is located, makes this restaurant even more appealing.
A local favorite, Brasserie is a boat to table restaurant serving the freshest local fish around. Helpful tip- this restaurant is closed on weekends, so be sure to stop in during the week!
- Cracked Conch
With an amazing waterfront deck and unbeatable panoramic views, Cracked Conch is the perfect place to soak in your surroundings while enjoying a tasty lunch or sipping cocktails.
Cook like a local: Cayman Islands Coconut Pie
- 2 eggs
- 2 teaspoons of flour
- 1/4 teaspoon of salt
- 1 cup of coconut flakes
- 3 tablespoons of vanilla
- 1 cup of granulated sugar
- 3 tablespoons of margarine
- 5 tablespoons of cornstarch
- 3 cups of 2% milk or whole milk
- Add eggs, milk, corn starch, sugar, salt and flour to pot, mixing together over low heat. Bring ingredients to a full boil; boil constantly, stirring until thick.
- Add the remaining ingredients. Pour the mixture into a 9″ prebaked pie crust.
- Transfer the pie into the fridge and let chill.
- When ready, serve with whip cream topping and sprinkle toasted shaved coconut on top.