Lone Palm sleeps 8 guests across two master suites on the main floor, plus a bedroom and loft with daybed on the second floor. The oceanfront master suite with king-sized bed and en-suite bath includes sliding glass doors onto the covered veranda, plus a flat screen TV, and desk. The other master bedroom comes furnished with a king-sized bed, attached bathroom, and has views of the ocean and pool deck. The upstairs bedroom comes with a queen-sized bed and private bath. The loft area includes a sitting area with daybed and trundle underneath for additional guests.
Location and convenience are key factors with guests who choose to stay at Lone Palm. The home is within walking distance to Ocean Frontiers Dive Center, Eagle Ray’s Dive Bar & Restaurant, Bombay Chopsticks, Big Tree BBQ, Vivine’s Kitchen and a small shop at Compass Point.
Lone Palm is also often used as an overflow villa for larger families renting the Cayman Castle next door. Renting those two properties puts 950 feet of private shoreline between the two homes with 3 pools, plenty of room to entertain while still maintaining privacy.
This was a great vacation home on the East End, especially if diving with Ocean Frontiers and snorkeling during the day. Everything was like the pictures and the house was very well maintained and perfect for a family / extended family. Best to have a rental car to explore other parts of the Island. We went to Rum Point one day and Seven Mile Beach one day. This part of the East End is best if you want to get away from the more tourist areas of the Island. Many good eating establishments close by...even though they don't look like much, the food is great (Eagle Rays and Tukka were very good). Would definitely stay here again. For the snorkeling, you have to be willing to kayak out to the dive spot about 300 yards off the beach, but still within the protected breakers, so it is a calm kayak trip. There is beautiful snorkeling at that location with stingrays, multitudes of fish (jack, puffer fish, etc.), lobster (at night), octopus (also at night if you have very keen eyes), and much more. Keep in mind there is no fishing or spear fishing allowed on the Island except with a dive shop. Also, do not bring any dive gloves with you to Cayman as it carries a high penalty...they want to keep the corral as untouched as possible.
We had a great time and enjoyed the pool and snorkeling the small reefs out from the beach the only drawbacks are the beach is not that great too much sea weed and it is 45 minute drive to Georgetown where the shopping and a lot of the attractions are on the island but if you want seclusion and great diving this is the place overall had a good time