Evolution

Evolution

Starting at $ 2300 Night
  • 7 Bedrooms
  • 7.5 Bath
  • Sleeps 20

Inhale, exhale and arrive at Evolution, a seven-bedroom, seven-bath villa on a wide stretch of natural beach in the charming village of Bodden Town. Return to simple luxury in a shabby-chic coastal interior where every window offers a sweeping view of blue water beaches—including those in each of the seven oceanfront bedrooms.
Evolution is situated on over 250′ of beach near one of Cayman’s most famous cemetery beaches. Wander the secluded shoreline and discover what it’s like to have the beach almost to yourself, or rub elbows with islanders at local spots like fresh-seafood favorite Grape Tree Café.

A long, open floor plan with sea-facing windows and waterfront outdoor living spaces mean you’ll never have to take your eyes off the scenery. Choose from two king-size master suites, four queen-size suites and a slumber party haven that sleeps 8 with two full-over-full bunks.

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Bodden Town

416 Bodden Town Road, Bodden Town

Tucked on the south side of the island in Bodden Town, our home puts memory-making destinations at your fingertips.

For local culture, take your pick between Rum Point, Cayman Kai or the East End (15-25 minutes away). All three offer postcard Caribbean beauty, charming beach bars and, of course, fresh seafood. Bring your towel to the coral sands at Seven Mile Beach – just a half hour away. Or catch sight of vibrant blooms and native wildlife at the nearby Queen Elizabeth II Botanical Park. Charming local art studios and gift shops dot the main road along with local vendors selling fresh fruit, jerk chicken and the day’s fresh catch.

A few minutes away, The Lighthouse Restaurant’s upscale menu of fresh seafood and Italian cuisine pleases all tastes (and ages). Or opt for a family dinner in your ocean-view dining area, perhaps prepared by one of our recommended personal chefs.

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Mission House

The historic Mission House—located in Bodden Town, Grand Cayman—is a small museum managed by the National Trust of the Cayman Islands (visits are by appointment only). Early missionaries, teachers, and families made use of this house in the 1700s and 1800s and contributed to establishing the Presbyterian ministry and school in Bodden Town. Original rafters, purlins and ironwood posts still exist today.

Mission House

The historic Mission House—located in Bodden Town, Grand Cayman—is a small museum managed by the National Trust of the Cayman Islands (visits are by appointment only). Early missionaries, teachers, and families made use of this house in the 1700s and 1800s and contributed to establishing the Presbyterian ministry and school in Bodden Town. Original rafters, purlins and ironwood posts still exist today.

White Dog Art

White Dog Art Studio in Breakers, Grand Cayman, presents a variety of original art and prints for sale. As a working artist studio, visitors can also meet the artists and learn about how their unique surroundings inspire their art. Commissioned pieces available upon request.

White Dog Art

White Dog Art Studio in Breakers, Grand Cayman, presents a variety of original art and prints for sale. As a working artist studio, visitors can also meet the artists and learn about how their unique surroundings inspire their art. Commissioned pieces available upon request.

Pedro St. James

Pedro St. James is a National Historic Site and a window into the Caymans as they were in the 18th century. Watch a show in the 3D multi-sensory theatre, taste local cuisine at the on-site cafe, and take a tour of the 300-year-old Great House and its 7 landscaped acres—either self-guided or with a tour guide. Pedro St. James is also an excellent wedding venue, with options to suit many budgets.

Pedro St. James

Pedro St. James is a National Historic Site and a window into the Caymans as they were in the 18th century. Watch a show in the 3D multi-sensory theatre, taste local cuisine at the on-site cafe, and take a tour of the 300-year-old Great House and its 7 landscaped acres—either self-guided or with a tour guide. Pedro St. James is also an excellent wedding venue, with options to suit many budgets.

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