Frequently Asked Questions
Grand Cayman is a very low crime island, but still you should always lock your door when you are not home or at night. Even with the low crime rate, it is always a good idea to keep you valuables out of sight. Being a British protectorate, guns are not allowed in the Cayman Islands.
The water is safe to drink; it is supplied by the Cayman Desalination Plant. Water is scarce on the island; we do ask you to be economical in your use of water for showering, etc.
Just a block away is the new Foster’s Food Fair supermarket, open from 7 AM to 11 PM Monday through Saturday. Other grocery stores are open from 7 AM to 10 PM Monday through Saturday.
Liquor stores are open until 6 PM Monday through Saturday with the exception of Joe-Ena's, located two blocks from the guest homes, which remains open until 10 PM.
The islanders believe Sunday is a day for church and rest so the island is nearly closed down on Sundays - but the beaches are always open!
Maid service is provided as part of the standard rate for stays longer than 7 days. The service consists of a light clean up, clean sheets and clean towels. Daily maid service is available for an extra charge (please make arrangements in advance).
The homes are located at #20, #27 and #29 Elizabeth Street in West Bay, just off Willie Farrington Drive. West Bay is located on the north end of Seven Mile Beach. For additonal location information see: Island Homes Location
Your island home away from home will have an initial supply of toilet paper and paper towels, along with a supply of garbage bags and some kitchen staples
- Stingray City sail & snorkel trips with Captain Crosby Ebanks
- Deep sea fishing with Captain Chuckie Ebanks
- Lobster Pot
- Champion House
- Guy Harvey's (nice Thursday night steak special)
- Liberty's (just a block from the house)
- Parasailing, horseback riding on nearby isolated beach
- Local comedy club, and nightly live music under the stars on the beach at the Royal Palms