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10 Rentable Dreamy Beachfront Villas

"Smell the sea and feel the sky; let your soul and spirits fly." -Van Morrison

I love a beach vacation and even better if you can bring your friends. Today, I am showing you some amazing beachfront rentals. So, pack your swimsuit because we are going to enjoy a holiday by the sea in our temporary home by the water.

Please note: I have posted reasonably priced villas; we also can provide luxury villas.


Sunset Close, Turks & Caicos

4 bedrooms, 4 baths

Starting @ $1321/night

Set in the upscale community of Silly Creek Estates, this luxury villa offers stunning views and a private lagoon-style beach. Sunset Close is a newly-built 4-bedroom property featuring a bright white interior with Caribbean accent colors and modern furnishings. The spacious open-plan living area has sliding glass doors to your pool and a fabulous view. The covered terrace and cushioned seating is the place to be to enjoy the breeze. Just off your pool patio is a waterfront lounge deck and a small beach with sun recliners. Jump into the villa’s kayak or onto the paddleboard and head out to explore.


As evening approaches, turn up the barbecue and cook up an island-inspired seafood meal, relax in the outdoor hot tub, or chit-chat around the fire pit. Take in the vibrant Turks and Caicos sunset and then gaze at the stars above.


Your villa is next to Chalk Sound National Park with its exceptional blue water and tiny craggy islands. The popular Las Brisas restaurant is perched on the edge of the Sound, and is an ideal place to soak in the view as your lunch or dine.


Just minutes from your villa are both Sapodilla and Taylor Bay Beach. The calm and shallow waters are perfect for families. Fill up the villa’s drink cooler, grab the portable beach chairs, and prop your umbrella in the sand.


Eventually, you’ll want to leave the peaceful seclusion of your villa to see the sights and sounds of Grace Bay. The world-famous beach and the rest of the island are nothing more than a short drive away.


Things to do in Turks & Caicos

Chalk Sound National Park: Just a short drive from Silly Creek, Chalk Sound National Park is a breathtaking turquoise lagoon surrounded by limestone cliffs. Visitors can take in the stunning views, go kayaking or paddleboarding on the calm waters, and relax on secluded beaches.

  • Sapodilla Bay Beach: This picturesque beach is known for its calm, shallow waters and soft white sand. It's an ideal spot for swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing. The beach also offers beautiful sunset views over the water.

  • Taylor Bay Beach: Another nearby beach, Taylor Bay Beach, features calm and shallow waters, making it perfect for families with young children. Visitors can swim, snorkel, or simply relax on the pristine sands.

  • Boating and Watersports: Silly Creek and its surrounding area are ideal for boating and watersports activities. Visitors can rent a boat, kayak, or stand-up paddleboard to explore the mangroves, cays, and hidden beaches in the area.

  • Fishing: Fishing enthusiasts can charter a boat for a deep-sea fishing excursion or try bonefishing in the flats around Silly Creek. The area is known for its excellent fishing opportunities, with a variety of fish species to be found in the surrounding waters.

  • Mangrove Exploration: Take a guided tour or rent a kayak to explore the mangrove channels and tidal creeks around Silly Creek. Mangroves are important ecosystems that provide habitat for wildlife such as birds, fish, and marine creatures.

  • Dining: Enjoy waterfront dining at one of the nearby restaurants overlooking Silly Creek or the surrounding beaches. Sample fresh seafood, Caribbean cuisine, and tropical cocktails while taking in the stunning views of the water and sunset.

  • Nature Walks and Birdwatching: Take a leisurely stroll along the shoreline or through the mangroves to observe the local flora and fauna. Silly Creek and its surrounding area are home to a variety of bird species, making it a paradise for birdwatchers.

  • Spa and Wellness: Treat yourself to a spa day or wellness retreat at one of the nearby resorts or spas. Indulge in massages, facials, and holistic treatments while surrounded by the natural beauty of the Turks and Caicos Islands.

  • Golf: Golf enthusiasts can tee off at the nearby Provo Golf Club, an 18-hole championship golf course located just a short drive from Silly Creek. Enjoy a round of golf surrounded by lush tropical vegetation and stunning ocean views.



Sugar Bay - Discovery Bay, Jamaica

5 Bedrooms, 5 1/2 baths

starting @ $1965/night

On its own sugary white sand beach lapped by the turquoise waters of Discovery Bay sits the exquisite home, Sugar Bay. Interiors are distinguished by elegant custom-designed furniture, color-washed walls, gleaming breadnut floors, and fascinating objects d`art from around the world.

A sweeping staircase curves gracefully through the dramatic living room to a minstrel's gallery and cozy upstairs second sitting area with satellite/DSS TV and VCR. Quadraphonic speakers fill the vaulted living room, veranda and pool area with sound. Salmon-hued Italian tiles, the blue mosaic pool, flower-draped balconies and porches, and textures of Terracotta and stone create a Mediterranean ambiance. From the large veranda, the soft grassy lawn gently slopes 30 feet to the 100 foot private beach.


Home-cooked meals are served on the veranda or guests may opt to dine in the country-French indoor dining room, a quietly elegant space featuring a unique hand-carved sideboard and rush woven chairs. As a special treat, the staff will plan a torchlight beach party - chicken, lobster, tenderloin or fresh fish grilled on the outdoor barbecue.


The seaside gazebo provides a wonderful platform for watching glorious sunsets across the water and dining romantically by candlelight. Star-gazing from this spot is magical.

Water sports are available just a few minutes drive from Sugar Bay. In lively Ocho Rios 25 minutes away are night life, excellent restaurants, shops, open-air craft markets, more water sports, Prospect Plantation Great House, rafting on the Martha Brae, jitney tours of a working plantation and dramatic Dunn's River Falls. Driving time from the Montego Bay airport to Sugar Bay is approximately 55 minutes. Discovery Bay is a pristine aqua jewel on Jamaica's north coast boasting some of the Island's most beautiful private homes. Sugar Bay is one of the best.


Things to do in Jamaica:

Visit Dunn's River Falls: Just a short drive from Discovery Bay, Dunn's River Falls is one of Jamaica's most famous natural attractions. Visitors can climb the terraced waterfall, swim in the refreshing pools, and enjoy the surrounding lush tropical vegetation.

  • Go Snorkeling or Scuba Diving: Explore the vibrant underwater world off the coast of Discovery Bay by snorkeling or scuba diving. Discover colorful coral reefs, tropical fish, and other marine life in the warm Caribbean Sea.

  • Experience Mystic Mountain: Embark on an adventure at Mystic Mountain, located in nearby Ocho Rios. Take a chairlift ride through the rainforest canopy, zip-line through the treetops, and enjoy panoramic views of the coastline from the lookout tower.

  • Tour Columbus Park: Learn about Jamaica's rich history at Columbus Park, located in Discovery Bay. This open-air museum features exhibits and artifacts related to the island's indigenous Taino people and the arrival of Christopher Columbus in 1494.

  • Relax on the Beach: Spend a day soaking up the sun on the pristine beaches of Discovery Bay. Relax on the soft white sand, swim in the calm turquoise waters, or enjoy water sports such as kayaking, paddleboarding, and jet skiing.

  • Go Horseback Riding: Explore the scenic countryside surrounding Discovery Bay on horseback. Guided horseback riding tours take visitors through lush tropical forests, along tranquil beaches, and past historic plantations.

  • Sample Jamaican Cuisine: Indulge in delicious Jamaican cuisine at local restaurants and beachside cafes near Discovery Bay. Try traditional dishes such as jerk chicken, ackee and saltfish, curry goat, and fresh seafood, accompanied by a refreshing tropical drink.

  • Visit Green Grotto Caves: Explore the underground wonders of Green Grotto Caves, located just a short drive from Discovery Bay. Take a guided tour through the limestone caverns, marvel at the stalactites and stalagmites, and learn about the caves' history and geology.

  • Go River Tubing: Experience the thrill of river tubing on the nearby White River. Float down the gentle rapids surrounded by lush tropical vegetation, and enjoy the natural beauty of Jamaica's interior.

  • Enjoy Nightlife in Ocho Rios: Head to nearby Ocho Rios in the evening to experience the vibrant nightlife scene. Dance to reggae music at beachfront bars and clubs, enjoy live entertainment, and sample tropical cocktails made with Jamaican rum.


Playaakun - Riviera Maya, Mexico

5 Bedrooms, 5 1/2 baths

Starting @ $2,000/night

Playaakun is a private ecological luxurious estate that sits in the unspoilt environment of Sian Ka’an Biosphere, a Unesco world heritage protected reserve. Its location is ideal for seclusion, sitting on a pristine Caribbean beach surrounded by coconut palms and lush vegetation. In front of you is the Caribbean Sea with a stunning coral reef 100m out. Behind you is a calm and serene natural lagoon – all of this is within a private estate.


The villa comes with direct access to its own private beach, large, decked area and infinity swimming pool. A large roof terrace with unlimited views and huge outside living areas. Indoors consists of a large open-plan living space that looks out over the dunes and the magnificent pristine beach.


There are five en-suite bedrooms, four of which have uninterrupted sea views and direct access to the beach and decked area.


Things to do in Riviera Maya:

  • Visit Tulum Archaeological Site: Explore the ancient Mayan ruins of Tulum, located just a short distance from El Último Maya. Marvel at the well-preserved temples and structures overlooking the Caribbean Sea, and learn about the history and culture of the Mayan civilization.

  • Swim in Cenotes: Discover the natural beauty of cenotes, underground freshwater sinkholes that are unique to the Yucatan Peninsula. Take a refreshing swim in crystal-clear waters surrounded by limestone formations and jungle foliage.

  • Snorkeling and Diving: Explore the vibrant underwater world of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef, the second-largest coral reef system in the world. Snorkel or scuba dive among colorful coral gardens, tropical fish, and marine life in the warm Caribbean waters.

  • Xel-Há Park: Spend a day at Xel-Há Park, a natural aquatic theme park located near El Último Maya. Enjoy snorkeling, swimming, and floating in the park's cenotes, lagoons, and rivers, and relax on the beach or in hammocks amid lush tropical surroundings.

  • Xcaret Park: Visit Xcaret Park, an eco-archaeological park that showcases the natural and cultural heritage of Mexico. Explore underground rivers, archaeological sites, and cultural exhibits, and enjoy activities such as swimming with dolphins, snorkeling, and traditional Mexican performances.

  • Akumal Beach: Relax on the beautiful beaches of Akumal, known for its calm waters and abundance of sea turtles. Snorkel or swim alongside these gentle creatures in their natural habitat, or simply soak up the sun on the sandy shores.

  • Coba Archaeological Site: Explore the ancient Mayan ruins of Coba, located inland from El Último Maya. Climb the towering Nohoch Mul pyramid for panoramic views of the surrounding jungle, and explore the sprawling archaeological site by bicycle or on foot.

  • Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve: Discover the natural beauty and biodiversity of Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located south of El Último Maya. Take a guided tour through the mangroves, wetlands, and lagoons, and spot wildlife such as birds, crocodiles, and manatees.

  • Shopping and Dining in Playa del Carmen: Explore the vibrant streets of Playa del Carmen, a lively beach town located nearby. Shop for souvenirs, handicrafts, and local artwork at the boutiques and markets, and dine at beachfront restaurants serving fresh seafood and Mexican cuisine.

  • Relaxation and Wellness: Indulge in relaxation and wellness activities at El Último Maya or nearby resorts and spas. Enjoy yoga classes, massage treatments, and holistic therapies in serene tropical settings overlooking the Caribbean Sea.



Beach Escape - Blowing Point, Anguila

5 Bedrooms, 4 and 2 half baths

Starting @ $2706/night

Beach Escape is gorgeous private villa compound on the Island of Anguilla, nestled in lush tropical palms directly on the shimmering Caribbean Sea. There are five elegant bedroom suites with en-suite baths - two in the modern main house, and three self-contained suites in the adjacent guest house. Perfect for up to ten guests, Beach Escape offers lovely views of St Martin from nearly every room,


166 feet of beach frontage, a private pool and a large greenspace with seating. Step right to a private beach area from the guest house. Large floor-to-ceiling windows and doors allow for indoor-outdoor island living. Enjoy tropical views in all directions from the indoor dining area, or dine by the pool and toast to the gentle Caribbean breezes. A sand volleyball court, billiards table, snorkeling gear, hammock and outdoor grills offer the perfect activities for a beachfront holiday.


Things to do in Anguila:

  • Relax on the Beaches: Anguilla is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. Spend your days lounging on the soft white sands and swimming in the turquoise waters of beaches like Shoal Bay, Meads Bay, Rendezvous Bay, and Sandy Ground.

  • Snorkeling and Diving: Explore the colorful underwater world surrounding Anguilla's coral reefs. Snorkel or scuba dive among tropical fish, coral formations, and marine life in the warm Caribbean Sea. Popular snorkeling and diving spots include Shoal Bay Marine Park, Little Bay, and Prickly Pear Cays.

  • Boat Tours and Excursions: Take a boat tour or excursion to explore Anguilla's coastline and surrounding islands. Sail around the island, visit secluded beaches and coves, and snorkel in pristine waters. Many boat tours also offer opportunities for fishing, sunset cruises, and island-hopping adventures.

  • Water Sports: Get active and try your hand at various water sports and activities. Kayak through mangrove forests, paddleboard along the coastline, kiteboard or windsurf in the breezy conditions, or ride jet skis and banana boats for some adrenaline-filled fun.

  • Visit Historic Sites: Discover Anguilla's rich history and cultural heritage by visiting historic sites and landmarks. Explore the ruins of plantation estates like the Wallblake House and the Warden's Place or visit the Heritage Collection Museum to learn about the island's history, culture, and traditions.

  • Day Trip to Sandy Island: Take a day trip to Sandy Island, a tiny uninhabited islet off the coast of Anguilla. Relax on the secluded beach, swim in the clear waters, and enjoy fresh seafood at the beach bar and restaurant.

  • Golfing: Tee off at the CuisinArt Golf Club, Anguilla's premier golf course located on Rendezvous Bay. Play a round of golf amidst lush tropical vegetation, stunning ocean views, and challenging holes designed by Greg Norman.

  • Culinary Experiences: Indulge in Anguilla's vibrant culinary scene by dining at beachfront restaurants, fine dining establishments, and local eateries. Sample fresh seafood, Caribbean specialties, and international cuisine paired with tropical cocktails and fine wines.

  • Explore Nature Reserves: Discover the natural beauty of Anguilla by exploring nature reserves and protected areas. Hike through forests and coastal trails at East End Pond or Katouche Bay, and birdwatch in wetlands and salt ponds inhabited by migratory birds and wildlife.

  • Relaxation and Wellness: Unwind and rejuvenate with spa treatments and wellness experiences at luxury resorts and spas on the island. Enjoy massages, facials, yoga classes, and holistic therapies in serene tropical settings overlooking the Caribbean Sea.



Corales 18 - Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

5 Bedrooms, 5 1/2 baths

starting @ $4550/night

Corales 18 is located within Puntacana Resort & Club will have access to all resort amenities and facilities. Resort amenities and facilities include two golf courses, two beach clubs, Six Senses Spa, restaurants, bars, and tennis center.


This idyllic villa presents you with an unforgettable, luxury accommodation experience!

All rooms have their own private bathrooms, walk-in closets and air conditioning. The rest of the villa includes a spacious and fully equipped kitchen, gorgeous living space, separate dining room, exterior dining area and gazebo in front of the ocean. There are also ocean and beachfront covered and uncovered terraces with an infinity swimming pool.


Things to do in Punta Cana:

  • Relax on the Beaches: Punta Cana is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. Spend your days lounging on the soft white sands and swimming in the turquoise waters of beaches like Bavaro Beach, Macao Beach, and Playa Juanillo.

  • Water Sports: Get active and try your hand at various water sports and activities. Go snorkeling or scuba diving to explore coral reefs, shipwrecks, and marine life. Enjoy windsurfing, kiteboarding, paddleboarding, or parasailing in the warm Caribbean Sea.

  • Boat Tours and Excursions: Take a boat tour or excursion to explore Punta Cana's coastline and surrounding islands. Sail around Saona Island or Catalina Island, visit natural pools, and snorkel in pristine waters. Many boat tours also offer opportunities for fishing, dolphin encounters, and sunset cruises.

  • Visit Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park: Explore the Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park and Reserve, a private nature reserve in Punta Cana. Hike through tropical forests, swim in freshwater lagoons, and observe wildlife such as iguanas, turtles, and birds.

  • Ziplining and Adventure Parks: Experience adrenaline-filled adventures at zipline parks and adventure parks in Punta Cana. Fly through the treetops on ziplines, navigate obstacle courses, and go on off-road buggy or ATV tours through jungle trails.

  • Golfing: Tee off at one of Punta Cana's world-class golf courses. Play a round of golf on championship courses designed by renowned golf architects such as Jack Nicklaus, Tom Fazio, and Pete Dye. Enjoy stunning ocean views, lush tropical landscapes, and challenging holes.

  • Explore Hoyo Azul: Visit Hoyo Azul, a natural sinkhole located in Scape Park in Cap Cana. Swim in the crystal-clear blue waters of the cenote, surrounded by lush vegetation and towering limestone cliffs. Take guided tours to learn about the geological formations and local flora and fauna.

  • Cultural Experiences: Immerse yourself in Dominican culture and history by visiting local communities, markets, and cultural attractions. Explore the colorful streets of Higuey, visit the Basilica of Our Lady of Altagracia, and learn about Dominican traditions, music, and dance.

  • Enjoy Local Cuisine: Indulge in delicious Dominican cuisine at beachfront restaurants, local eateries, and street food stalls in Punta Cana. Try traditional dishes such as mangu (mashed plantains), sancocho (meat and vegetable stew), and mofongo (fried plantains with meat or seafood).

  • Relaxation and Wellness: Unwind and rejuvenate with spa treatments and wellness experiences at luxury resorts and spas in Punta Cana. Enjoy massages, facials, yoga classes, and holistic therapies in serene tropical settings overlooking the Caribbean Sea.



The Cove Penthouse - Blue Waters Resort, Antigua

3 bedrooms/ 3 baths

starting @ $2795//night

Experience elevated opulence in one of the Cove Penthouses, a shining beacon of Caribbean luxury. Situated on top of the Cove Suites, the Cove Penthouses tower above the ocean, affording unparalleled views of the turquoise waters. You will be able to enjoy 220-degree views of the stunning Caribbean Sea from your expansive private balcony which spans over 500 square feet, or from your spacious living area if you would prefer.


Spend lazy days relaxing by the infinity pool overlooking the ocean or take advantage of the private dining option the penthouse offers on your oversize balcony. However, you choose to while away the hours, do it with a blissful smile as you take advantage of your penthouse's stunning beauty. Spanning more than 2,690 square feet and including a separate living area, dining area, kitchen and three bedrooms, families and groups will treasure the abundance of space and luxury the penthouse provides.


Things to do in Antigua:

  • Visit Nelson's Dockyard: Explore Nelson's Dockyard, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest working Georgian dockyard in the Caribbean. Discover historic buildings, maritime museums, and restored naval artifacts, and learn about Antigua's colonial past.

  • Relax on the Beaches: Antigua boasts 365 beaches, one for each day of the year. Spend your days lounging on the soft white sands and swimming in the turquoise waters of beaches like Dickenson Bay, Jolly Beach, Half Moon Bay, and Darkwood Beach.

  • Go Sailing: Take to the water and go sailing around Antigua's coastline. Join a day cruise, sunset cruise, or private yacht charter to explore secluded coves, snorkel in crystal-clear waters, and enjoy panoramic views of the island.

  • Snorkeling and Scuba Diving: Discover the vibrant underwater world surrounding Antigua's coral reefs. Go snorkeling or scuba diving to explore coral gardens, shipwrecks, and marine life, including colorful fish, turtles, and rays.

  • Island Tours: Take a guided island tour to explore Antigua's natural and cultural attractions. Visit landmarks such as Shirley Heights Lookout, Betty's Hope Sugar Plantation, Devil's Bridge, and the Antigua Rainforest Canopy Tour.

  • Hiking and Nature Trails: Lace up your hiking boots and explore Antigua's lush landscapes and nature reserves. Hike to the top of Mount Obama (formerly Boggy Peak), the highest point on the island, or explore hiking trails in places like Wallings Nature Reserve and Fig Tree Drive.

  • Visit English Harbour: Explore the historic town of English Harbour, home to Nelson's Dockyard and a hub of maritime activity. Wander through the streets lined with colorful colonial buildings, visit art galleries, boutiques, and restaurants, and soak up the lively atmosphere.

  • Enjoy Water Sports: Get active and try your hand at various water sports and activities. Go kayaking, windsurfing, kiteboarding, or paddleboarding along the coastline, or ride jet skis and banana boats for some adrenaline-filled fun.

  • Cultural Experiences: Immerse yourself in Antigua's vibrant culture and traditions. Visit local markets, art galleries, and craft shops to discover handmade goods, local artwork, and souvenirs. Attend cultural events, festivals, and performances showcasing music, dance, and cuisine.

  • Sample Local Cuisine: Indulge in delicious Antiguan cuisine at beachfront restaurants, roadside eateries, and local food stalls. Try traditional dishes such as pepperpot (meat stew), fungi (cornmeal dish), saltfish and fungee, and conch fritters, accompanied by local beverages like rum punch and Wadadli beer.


Bahia Mar Villa - Grand Isle Resort, Exumas, Bahamas

2 bedrooms/2 1/2 baths

Starting @ $787/night

Featuring garden, ocean and oceanfront views, these stylish two-bedroom, two and a half-bath Bahia Mar luxury villas average 2,315 square feet, spread out over two levels. The first floor features the bedrooms and en-suite private marble bathrooms. The master bedroom also features French sliding glass doors that open onto an expansive private terrace with panoramic views.

The second floor of the villa includes the living room, dining room, fully appointed gourmet kitchen with granite counter tops, and half bath. The spacious living room also features eight-foot French sliding glass doors that open up to an additional private terrace with spectacular views.

Also, there are (limited) connecting villas that open at respective interior stairwells, should you need even more space!


Things to do in Exumas:

  • Swim with the Pigs at Pig Beach: Visit the famous Pig Beach on Big Major Cay, where you can swim and interact with the friendly wild pigs that inhabit the island. This unique experience is a must-do for visitors to the Exumas.

  • Explore the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park: Discover the natural beauty and marine life of the Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, a protected marine reserve spanning 176 square miles. Snorkel or dive among coral reefs, underwater caves, and vibrant fish populations.

  • Visit Thunderball Grotto: Explore Thunderball Grotto, a stunning underwater cave system featured in the James Bond film "Thunderball." Snorkel or dive through the crystal-clear waters of the cave's interior, surrounded by colorful fish and coral formations.

  • Swim with Nurse Sharks at Compass Cay: Take a dip in the waters of Compass Cay and swim with the gentle nurse sharks that inhabit the area. These docile creatures are accustomed to human interaction and provide a thrilling yet safe experience for visitors.

  • Snorkel or Dive at the Exuma Wall: Discover the dramatic underwater landscapes of the Exuma Wall, a steep underwater drop-off located just offshore. Snorkel or dive along the wall to encounter a diverse array of marine life, including reef fish, rays, and possibly even sharks.

  • Relax on the Beaches: Spend your days relaxing on the pristine beaches of the Exumas. From secluded coves to powdery white sands, the islands offer numerous beaches where you can soak up the sun, swim in the clear waters, and enjoy the tranquility of island life.

  • Go Bonefishing: The Exumas are renowned for their excellent bonefishing opportunities. Join a guided bonefishing excursion to stalk the elusive bonefish in the shallow flats and mangrove creeks of the islands.

  • Take a Boat Tour: Explore the Exumas by boat on a guided tour or private charter. Visit secluded islands, hidden coves, and scenic anchorages, and enjoy activities such as snorkeling, beachcombing, and picnicking on uninhabited beaches.

  • Visit Staniel Cay: Explore the charming island of Staniel Cay, a hub for tourism in the Exumas. Visit the Staniel Cay Yacht Club, stroll along the waterfront, and take in panoramic views of the surrounding islands from the hilltop.

  • Enjoy Water Sports: Get active and try your hand at various water sports and activities. Go kayaking, paddleboarding, or jet-skiing in the calm waters of the Exumas, or try your luck at fishing, sailing, or windsurfing.



Bottom Bay House - Barbados

3 Bedrooms, 3 baths

Starting @ $875/night

Sited on a coral escarpment overlooking the splendid palm-lined bay after which it is named, Bottom Bay House is unquestionably one of the finest rental properties on the southeast coast of Barbados. Its unique cliffside vantage gives complete privacy, and a high perimeter wall ensures absolute security. Yet Bottom Bay's perfect white coral sand beach is but a two-minute stroll away.


Designed to take advantage of both the seascape vista and the ever-present sea breeze, this handsomely built coral stone and fine tropical wood villa has been furnished with a deft mix of antique and contemporary pieces. The result is both gracious and informal.

The living areas of Bottom Bay House include a formal dining room with seating for twelve, a large living room to accommodate a like number, modern kitchen and laundry, full pantry with wet bar, powder room, maids' rooms and bath. Beyond the shady tiled patio with its colorful tropical shrubbery lies a large swimming pool, enclosed for privacy and equipped with lights for night-time swims.


The bedroom wing is separated from the living areas by a lushly landscaped inner courtyard. The magnificent air-conditioned master suite, ideally situated with a grand view of the bay, features twin dressers, walk-in wardrobe, and bathroom en suite with two sinks and bidet. There are also two guest bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom and a study which can be used as a spare bedroom.


For those that require an additional bedroom - it is possible to rent Bottom Bay as a four bedroom, four bathroom home. This additional bedroom is separate to the house and reached by a garden path just a short distance from the main house. The studio sits on the cliff edge and overlooks Bottom Bay beach with a spectacular view of this famous bay. This bedroom has a queen murphy bed which may be lifted up to make the room more spacious when not in use. In addition, it has a lovely large private bathroom as well.


Things to do in Barbados:

  • Relax on the Beaches: Barbados is renowned for its stunning beaches with soft white sands and crystal-clear waters. Popular beaches include Crane Beach, Bottom Bay, and Accra Beach.

  • Explore Historic Bridgetown: The capital city of Bridgetown is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with historic landmarks such as the Garrison Savannah, George Washington House, and the Parliament Buildings.

  • Visit Animal Flower Cave: Located in the northern parish of St. Lucy, this natural wonder features sea caves and stunning coastal views.

  • Go Snorkeling or Diving: Barbados boasts vibrant coral reefs and a variety of marine life, making it an excellent destination for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts. Some popular spots include Folkestone Marine Park and Carlisle Bay.

  • Experience Barbadian Cuisine: Indulge in local delicacies such as flying fish, cou-cou, and pepperpot stew. Be sure to try some rum punch made with Barbados' famous Mount Gay Rum.

  • Tour Rum Distilleries: Barbados is the birthplace of rum, and visitors can tour historic distilleries such as Mount Gay Rum Distillery and Foursquare Rum Distillery to learn about the rum-making process and sample different varieties.

  • Take a Catamaran Cruise: Explore the coastline aboard a catamaran cruise, which often includes snorkeling, swimming with sea turtles, and enjoying a BBQ lunch on board.

  • Hike in Nature Reserves: Barbados offers several nature reserves and hiking trails where you can explore the island's diverse flora and fauna. Notable reserves include Welchman Hall Gully and Flower Forest.

  • Attend a Crop Over Festival: If you're visiting during the summer months, don't miss the Crop Over Festival, Barbados' biggest cultural event featuring music, dance, and colorful street parades.

  • Enjoy Watersports: Barbados offers a range of watersports activities such as surfing, windsurfing, kiteboarding, and jet skiing. The island's consistent trade winds make it an ideal destination for wind-based watersports.



Azure Wish - Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

4 Bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths

Starting @ $1070/night

A short drive from Spanish Town, along the stunning Nail Bay road, takes visitors to the beautiful and exclusive villas of the Nail Bay Resort. Guests arriving at Azure Wish are welcomed to an expansive driveway, surrounded by mature gardens and privacy hedges.

Entry to the villa reveals a large air-conditioned foyer, with access to the Coral and Sand Suites with king size beds (the Sand Suite can optionally be configured with two twin beds) and a bright and modern four piece bathroom. The Coral Suite has doors to the foyer and directly out to the pool deck.


Turning the corner into the main living area reveals a stunning wraparound view of the Caribbean Sea and the Dog Islands. A new complement of sliding glass doors allow the living, dining and kitchen areas to open wide and capture the fresh Caribbean breezes. Air conditioning is present but rarely needed. The kitchen is large, modern and well equipped with new appliances and concrete countertops.


Immediately outside is the new heated pool L-shaped pool with a shallow 10x12 lounging area (perfect for kids) and a generous 10x40 swimming area adjacent to a shaded outdoor dining area. Seaside decks offer recliners or modern wicker furniture for sunbathing atop new quartz decking.


Upstairs holds two large master bedrooms, each with grand cathedral ceilings and a well-appointed en-suite bathroom with large double showers. The villa is so close to the water the master bedrooms seem like cruise ship cabins, with sight lines that overlook the beach, directly into the stunning azure Caribbean waters. Close the windows and doors for air-conditioned bliss or leave them open to enjoy the evening breeze and sounds of the ocean.

The villa offers amazing snorkeling and spectacular sunsets in one of the most private settings on Virgin Gorda.


Things to do in BVI:

  • Sail the Waters: The BVI is renowned as one of the world's premier sailing destinations. Charter a yacht or join a sailing tour to explore the pristine waters and visit secluded coves and islands.

  • Visit The Baths: Located on the island of Virgin Gorda, The Baths is a geological wonder featuring giant granite boulders, hidden caves, and crystal-clear pools. It's a must-visit for hikers and beach lovers alike.

  • Snorkel or Dive the Reefs: The BVI boasts some of the Caribbean's most vibrant coral reefs and marine life. Popular spots for snorkeling and diving include the Wreck of the RMS Rhone, The Indians, and the coral gardens at Norman Island.

  • Explore Jost Van Dyke: This laid-back island is famous for its pristine beaches, beach bars, and relaxed atmosphere. Visit White Bay for swimming and snorkeling, and don't miss the iconic Soggy Dollar Bar.

  • Hike to Gorda Peak: On Virgin Gorda, you can hike to the summit of Gorda Peak for panoramic views of the surrounding islands and coastline. The trail winds through lush vegetation and offers a rewarding challenge for hikers.

  • Indulge in Beach Time: With over 60 islands and cays, the BVI boasts numerous beautiful beaches to explore. From secluded stretches of sand to lively beach bars, you'll find the perfect spot to relax and soak up the sun.

  • Visit Anegada: Known for its flat terrain and stunning beaches, Anegada is a haven for nature lovers and beachgoers. It's also famous for its fresh lobster, which you can enjoy at one of the island's beachfront restaurants.

  • Experience Island Culture: Immerse yourself in the local culture by attending festivals, visiting historic sites like the Callwood Rum Distillery on Tortola, or exploring the local markets for handmade crafts and souvenirs.

  • Charter a Day Trip to Neighboring Islands: Take advantage of the BVI's proximity to other Caribbean destinations by chartering a day trip to nearby islands such as St. Thomas, St. John, or St. Martin for additional exploration and adventure.

  • Relax and Unwind: Above all, the BVI offers a tranquil and laid-back atmosphere that's perfect for relaxation. Whether you're lounging on the beach, enjoying a sunset sail, or indulging in a spa treatment, take time to unwind and rejuvenate in paradise.


Casa Ventanas - Belize

1 bedroom, 1 bath

Starting @ $2619/night

This one-bedroom, over-water bungalow is designed in the same style as all of our other villas, thoughtfully appointed with every imaginable comfort, custom-crafted furnishings and amenities. This unique bungalow is the most intimate, romantic and requested accommodation on the island. Casa Ventanas is situated on the island's main dock, which stretches over 150 feet off the island. Surrounded on all sides by the beautiful, turquoise-blue Caribbean Sea, Casa Ventanas now features a glass floor section, which is a picture-perfect window into the exotic water world of Belize. Guests are always enchanted by all of the sea life swimming right past or under their bungalow. 1100+ square feet.


Things to do in Belize:

  • Explore Mayan Ruins: Belize is home to several ancient Mayan archaeological sites, including the impressive ruins of Xunantunich, Caracol, and Lamanai. Explore these sites to learn about Mayan history and culture while marveling at the architecture and artifacts.

  • Snorkel or Dive the Belize Barrier Reef: Belize is home to the second-largest barrier reef in the world, offering unparalleled opportunities for snorkeling and diving. Explore vibrant coral gardens, underwater caves, and an abundance of marine life, including colorful fish, sharks, and rays.

  • Visit the Great Blue Hole: Located off the coast of Belize, the Great Blue Hole is a world-renowned diving site. This massive underwater sinkhole is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers a unique diving experience for advanced divers.

  • Explore Cave Systems: Belize is dotted with limestone caves, many of which were sacred to the ancient Maya. Explore caves such as Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM Cave), Barton Creek Cave, and Rio Frio Cave, which feature stunning rock formations and archaeological remains.

  • Relax on the Beaches: Belize boasts beautiful beaches along its coastline, including popular destinations like Ambergris Caye, Caye Caulker, and Placencia. Relax on the sandy shores, swim in the clear turquoise waters, or enjoy water sports such as kayaking and paddleboarding.

  • Experience Wildlife: Belize is home to a diverse array of wildlife, including howler monkeys, jaguars, manatees, and hundreds of bird species. Explore wildlife reserves and sanctuaries such as the Belize Zoo, Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, and Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary.

  • Go Cave Tubing: Float through underground rivers and caverns on a cave tubing adventure. This unique experience combines adventure with natural beauty as you glide through darkened caves adorned with stalactites and stalagmites.

  • Discover the Belizean Rainforest: Explore the lush rainforests of Belize on hiking trails, zip line tours, or wildlife spotting excursions. Learn about the diverse flora and fauna of the region while immersing yourself in the natural beauty of the jungle.

  • Sample Belizean Cuisine: Indulge in the flavors of Belizean cuisine, which blends Caribbean, Maya, and African influences. Try local dishes such as fry jacks, rice and beans, ceviche, and stew chicken, as well as fresh seafood caught from the Caribbean Sea.

  • Engage in Cultural Experiences: Immerse yourself in Belizean culture by visiting traditional villages, attending cultural festivals, and learning about Garifuna, Creole, and Maya traditions. Take part in drumming workshops, dance performances, and cooking classes to deepen your understanding of Belizean culture.



Brisa del Mar - Costa Rica

5 Bedrooms, 5 Baths

Starting @ $525/night

Imagine waking up to a world where your only neighbours are the graceful iguanas and majestic pelicans – a realm of pure tranquillity and natural beauty. This secluded sanctuary isn't just a house; it's a retreat into the heart of nature's embrace. Let me paint you a picture: an ocean-view master suite that becomes your private haven, offering not just a room, but an experience that words fail to capture. The whispers of the sea become your lullaby, and the gentle rustle of the palm trees sets the tone for relaxation. And speaking of the sea, the fact that you're beachfront is nothing short of magic. As you step outside, the soft sands cradle your feet, and the endless horizon stretches before you. This isn't just a vacation; it's a journey into the soul of the ocean. The ocean-view patio becomes your personal oasis, a place where time loses its meaning as you watch the waves dance under the sun's warm gaze. It's an invitation to simply be – to sip your favourite drink, to read, to reflect, or to share a moment with loved ones. But let's not forget about the private pool – a sparkling gem that invites you to cool off and immerse yourself in pure delight. The symphony of water and the ocean's melody create a backdrop that's simply unparalleled. And for those with dreams of hosting intimate events, this space is a canvas waiting to be painted with memories. It's not just a house; it's a setting that lends itself perfectly to celebrations, where the beauty of the surroundings becomes part of your gathering.


If you're seeking a place where the ocean is your neighbor, where every view is a masterpiece, and where your heart finds peace in the embrace of nature, then Villa Brisa del Mar is your sanctuary.


Things to do in Costa Rica:

  • Explore National Parks and Reserves: Costa Rica is known for its rich biodiversity and protected natural areas. Visit renowned national parks such as Manuel Antonio, Arenal Volcano, Corcovado, and Tortuguero to experience lush rainforests, diverse wildlife, and stunning landscapes.

  • Zip Lining and Canopy Tours: Get your adrenaline pumping with a zip lining or canopy tour through the rainforest canopy. Glide along zip lines suspended high above the forest floor and enjoy panoramic views of the jungle below.

  • Go Wildlife Watching: Costa Rica is home to an incredible array of wildlife, including monkeys, sloths, toucans, and colorful frogs. Join guided wildlife tours in national parks, reserves, and wildlife refuges to spot these fascinating creatures in their natural habitat.

  • Relax on Tropical Beaches: With both Pacific and Caribbean coastlines, Costa Rica boasts countless beautiful beaches. Whether you prefer surfing, snorkeling, or simply soaking up the sun, you'll find the perfect beach for relaxation and recreation.

  • Visit Arenal Volcano: Admire the majestic Arenal Volcano, one of Costa Rica's most iconic natural landmarks. Explore the surrounding area with activities such as hiking, hot springs soaking, and waterfall chasing.

  • Take a Coffee Tour: Discover Costa Rica's rich coffee culture by taking a tour of a coffee plantation. Learn about the coffee-making process from bean to cup and sample some of the country's finest brews.

  • White-Water Rafting: Experience the thrill of white-water rafting on the rapids of Costa Rica's rivers. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced rafter, there are options for all skill levels, including the Pacuare River and the Sarapiquí River.

  • Explore Monteverde Cloud Forest: Explore the mystical Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, home to a stunning array of plant and animal species, including rare orchids, elusive quetzals, and colorful butterflies. Take a guided hike through the cloud forest to immerse yourself in its enchanting beauty.

  • Relax in Hot Springs: Unwind in natural hot springs heated by volcanic activity. Popular hot spring destinations include La Fortuna and Tabacon, where you can soak in mineral-rich waters surrounded by lush tropical vegetation.

  • Go Sport Fishing: Costa Rica offers excellent sport fishing opportunities in both coastal waters and inland rivers. Whether you're fishing for marlin, sailfish, or tarpon, you'll find plenty of options for a memorable fishing adventure.



Kailypso - Cayman Islands

3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths

Starting @ $595/night

Welcome to Kailypso, a three-bedroom beachfront villa in Cayman Kai located on Bio Bay. Measuring over 2,800 square feet with spectacular outdoor spaces, cozy interiors, and a secluded beach, this popular villa is the perfect destination for family vacations and group getaways.


Nestled among tall palm trees and lush tropical plants, Kailypso's waterfront pool and patio create a tropical oasis. Plenty of loungers dot the pool deck for sunbathers to kick back and work on their tans. After hours under the sun, cool off with a refreshing dip in the pool or seek shade on the screened-in porch. A wooden pathway leads you down from the pool deck onto a soft sandy beach with a private boat dock.


Beach lovers will love this wide slice of paradise with chairs, loungers, tiki torches, and hammocks set up on the beach. Take full advantage of the private dock by booking a charter to Sting Ray City and request to be picked up right off your dock it's the ultimate charter experience!


Two single kayaks are provided during your stay. During the day, launch from the dock and explore the calm surrounding waters of Cayman Kai. Then, on moonless nights, take the kayaks out and watch the water glow with light as you paddle. Bio Bay is one of the few bioluminescent bays in the world, making it an unforgettable experience.


Kailypso's interiors feature an open concept great room with living and dining areas furnished in light tropical decor. The formal dining table seats six and is adjacent to the kitchen with ocean views. A galley kitchen comes equipped with modern appliances including a microwave and dishwasher, plus cookware, dishes, glassware, and cutlery.


A full-width screened-in porch sits off the great room, leading out to the pool deck. The porch is furnished with comfortable seating areas and a patio dining table (seats eight). A propane grill and outdoor dining table (seats six) sit on the pool deck and are perfect for island cookouts under the stars.


Kailypso's three bedrooms include a master suite with a private bathroom and two additional bedrooms with a shared bath.


Things to do in Cayman:

  • Relax on Seven Mile Beach: Seven Mile Beach on Grand Cayman is one of the most famous beaches in the Caribbean, with soft white sand and calm turquoise waters perfect for swimming and sunbathing.

  • Snorkel or Dive: Explore the underwater wonders of the Cayman Islands' coral reefs and marine life. Popular snorkeling and diving spots include Stingray City, Coral Gardens, and the wreck of the USS Kittiwake.

  • Swim with Stingrays: Visit Stingray City, a shallow sandbar where you can interact with friendly southern stingrays in their natural habitat. Guided tours allow you to snorkel or swim with these fascinating creatures.

  • Visit Hell: Explore the unique rock formations at Hell, a geological site on Grand Cayman characterized by jagged black limestone formations. Don't forget to send a postcard from the Hell Post Office!

  • Experience Bioluminescence: Take a nighttime kayak or boat tour to witness the mesmerizing natural phenomenon of bioluminescence in the waters of the Cayman Islands. Watch as the water lights up with glowing plankton.

  • Explore Cayman Brac and Little Cayman: Venture beyond Grand Cayman to the sister islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, known for their rugged landscapes, diverse birdlife, and excellent diving opportunities.

  • Visit Pedro St. James Castle: Explore the historic Pedro St. James Castle, also known as Pedro Castle, on Grand Cayman. This restored 18th-century plantation house offers insight into Caymanian history and culture.

  • Go Deep-Sea Fishing: Embark on a deep-sea fishing excursion to catch big game fish such as marlin, tuna, and mahi-mahi. Experienced local captains and fishing charters can guide you to the best spots.

  • Indulge in Culinary Delights: Sample delicious Caribbean and international cuisine at the Cayman Islands' many restaurants and eateries. Don't miss local specialties such as conch fritters, Cayman-style fish, and rum cake.

  • Shop and Explore Georgetown: Spend time exploring the capital of the Cayman Islands, Georgetown, where you can shop for duty-free goods, visit cultural attractions like the National Museum, and stroll along the waterfront.


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