|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
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Walk directly from your classic beach cottage to the palm-shaded beach in one-of-a-kind Little Cayman, the smallest and most remote of the Cayman Islands.
Blossom Village Cottage is a collection of three charming cottages in a unique configuration, with a “main” cottage and two separate, detached “bedroom” cottages.
Rent the main, one-bedroom cottage by itself for a romantic getaway. Or add one or both of the bedroom cottages, located on the same beachfront property, to create a wonderful group vacation that provides both a gathering place for spending time together—with kitchen, den, and dining area—and the total privacy of detached bedrooms to retreat to at the end of the day.
Don’t worry—when you rent the main cottage, the bedroom cottages are never rented out separately to other guests. Your vacation is all yours.
Blossom Village Cottage offers an experience that recollects a classic beach vacation: sun, soft sand studded with seashells, warm, clear water, and cosy, simple cottages with lots of character.
Classic details include screened porches for coffees by the Caribbean in the morning breeze, crisp white paint, and a wonderful location in quaint Blossom Village. The Cottage is within easy walking distance of the airport, a small general store, and the Hungry Iguana Restaurant.
Blossom Cottage and Little Cayman are not for those who seek a cosmopolitan vacation with thriving nightlife and resort amenities. Instead, we are for scuba divers (our scuba diving is world-famous), seclusion-seekers, wildlife-watchers, dreamers, and those in search of the romance of a small Caribbean island with a year-round population of just 170. *RATES QUOTED BELOW ARE BASED ON MINIMUM OCCUPANCY AND WILL INCREASE UP TO MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY-EMAIL OR CALL FOR CUSTOM QUOTE*
Little Cayman is the smallest of the three islands – just one mile by ten and the highest point is only 40 feet in elevation. The undeveloped coastline is full of lagoons, mangrove forests, secluded beaches and salt ponds. With so few visitors until recent times and this lack of human impact has allowed the wildlife, reefs and marine life to flourish. With a resident population of less than 170 people, most of Little Cayman still remains uninhabited. Conversely, Little Cayman’s indigenous Rock Iguana population is estimated at 2,000. The iguana has the right of way and signs painted by local artists were erected in 1995 cautioning motorists to watch out for them along the main coastal road.
Little Cayman is one of the region’s most important birding areas and the 260-acre Booby Pond Reserve is a RAMSAR site (a wetland of international importance).The The Booby Pond Nature Reserve protects the largest colony of Red-footed Booby birds in the Caribbean – 5000 pairs. Best viewing times are the early morning, as the boobies leave the colony to fish far out at sea, and just before dusk as they are pursued by the waiting frigate birds. Spectacular chases result, as one or two frigate birds harass a booby until it releases part of its fish catch in order to escape.