What's Near Turtle Nest Inn

Quite a few guests make plans to spend their holidays on Grand Cayman knowing that they'll get to see the beautiful beaches that the Caribbean is so proud of. If all you can think about is the beach, Turtle Nest Inn is set in the perfect location for you. This site is situated along the water, so guests can spend all day every day soaking up the sun if that is what they want to do.

Nearby Beaches

Of course, since Turtle Nest Inn sits directly on Meagre Bay Beach, spending time at the shore is a popular pastime here. This beach offers little shade, but a wide expanse of sand and calm sea. This a very clean and quiet beach.

Nearby Areas

Paying a visit to the towns or communities located closest to your hotel can add to the enjoyment of your vacation, whether it's for enjoying a night out in the area, or interacting with the locals while on your trip. Turtle Nest Inn lies on the island of Grand Cayman, 8.3 miles east of Georgetown; it is 1.3 miles to the east of Bodden Town.

The areas found closest to Turtle Nest Inn are listed below.

Cities, Towns, and Neighborhoods Nearby
Area Name Distance Direction
Bodden Town 1.3 W
Savannah 3.4 W
North Side 4.9 NNE
Breakers 4.9 ENE
Prospect Park 5.2 W
Water Cay 5.9 NNW
Cayman Kai 6.1 N
Grand Harbour 6.2 W
Rum Point 6.7 N
Old Man Bay 6.8 NE

Nearby Attractions

Mission House

Visitors who want to learn about local culture and have some fun outdoors during their stay on Grand Cayman will quickly learn that Turtle Nest Inn makes the perfect place to start a busy day. Yes, this region touts a wide array of places to explore, like Mission House, Meagre Bay Pond Animal Sanctuary, and Bodden Town Guardhouse Park, to name a few. Though there are at least three great attractions nearby, the closest one is Mission House.

When it comes to keeping the whole group smiling, you'll need to explore all your attraction options, like those named in the following table.

Attractions Near Turtle Nest Inn
Attraction Type Distance Direction Location
Mission House Historical Site 0.2 N 1.3 mi. East of Bodden Town
Meagre Bay Pond Animal Sanctuary Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve 1.7 NE 2.5 mi. East-Northeast of Bodden Town
Bodden Town Guardhouse Park Historical Site -- -- Bodden Town
Pedro St. James National Historic Site Historical Site 2.7 W 1.5 mi. South West of Bodden Town
Old Savannah Schoolhouse Historical Site 3.2 W Savannah
Governor Gore's Bird Sanctuary Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve 3.8 W Savannah
Mastic Reserve Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve 4.5 NE 5.6 mi. East-Northeast of Bodden Town
Mastic Trail Hiking Trail 5.2 NE 5.9 mi. Northeast of Bodden Town
Cayman Islands Brewery Brewery 5.5 W Prospect Park
Watler Cemetery Historical Site 5.5 W 3.0 mi. East-Southeast of Georgetown
Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park Botanical Garden 6.0 ENE 7.2 mi. East-Northeast of Bodden Town
Heritage Beach Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve 6.0 E 7.3 mi. East of Bodden Town
East End Marshland Natural Habitat Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve 7.0 ENE 8.3 mi. East of Bodden Town
Dr. Roy's Ironshore Historical Site -- -- Georgetown
National Gallery of the Cayman Islands Museum 8.7 WNW 1.9 mi. North of Georgetown
Cayman Islands National Museum Museum 8.7 W Downtown Georgetown
Fort George Historical Site 8.7 W Downtown Georgetown
Regal Camana Bay Stadium 6 Movie Theater 8.9 WNW 2.3 mi. North of Georgetown
National Trust Visitor Center Museum -- -- Georgetown
Trafalgar Square Park 9.8 WNW 2.5 mi. South of West Bay
East End Lighthouse Park Historical Site 9.9 E 11.2 mi. East of Bodden Town
Garvin Park Park 10.7 NW West Bay
Dolphin Cove Dolphin Encounter Service 11.4 NW Batabano
Barker's National Park Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve 11.5 NW West Bay
Kittiwake Shipwreck And Artificial Reef Park 11.4 NW West Bay
Cayman Turtle Farm Zoo 12.9 NW West Bay
Turtle Reef Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve 13.2 NW West Bay

If you're looking for an enjoyable experience, Mission House might be a good choice. Mission House is a historic home that dates back to the 18th century, and has known to have been used by missionaries and teachers throughout the years. Today, the house has been made into a museum that showcases relics which tell the tale of how life was lived on the Cayman Islands centuries ago.

 

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