Places to Stay in Bodden Town
Where to stay in Bodden Town, Grand Cayman
The district of Bodden Town, Grand Cayman, is known for its historical significance and laid-back atmosphere. Steeped in Caymanian culture, it boasts colourful architecture, traditional homes, and Pedro St. James, a national historic site with its restored 18th-century great house. The Mission House can also be found in Bodden Town, and the Mastic Trail is nearby.
Although not renowned for its beaches, Bodden Town has some of Grand Cayman's less crowded coastal gems. The beach in front of Turtle Nest Inn and Sea Palm Villas is lovely, if a bit turtle grass-strewn from the occasional windy day. The laid-back ambiance contrasts with the bustling Seven Mile Beach, making it a very special spot for those seeking a more secluded seaside experience. Bodden Town definitely offers a balanced blend of historical charm and natural beauty.
Sea Palm Villas has twelve stylish one bedroom apartments on the beach in Bodden Town. All the apartments have an ocean view, a private balcony and face the ocean. They come with a full equipped kitchen, high speed wifi, bedding, towels and are within easy reach of local eateries and activities.
Turtle Nest Inn & Condos is a set of laid back boutique condos located right on the beach in picturesque Bodden Town in the Cayman Islands.
Comprised of three Spanish style buildings, the apartment style accommodations offer fantastic self catering options for vacationing in the Cayman Islands. Choose between apartments (which are ideal for up to two guests), or condos (which can accommodate up to four!) – all are equipped with full kitchens, washer and dryers, wireless high-speed Internet - they will even loan you a rental car at no extra cost!