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About Us

Why is it called Sea Orchard Retreat and not Sea Orchid Retreat?

Our name is nothing to do with the beautiful flower that grows locally. An orchard is a piece of land that is set apart to grow fruit trees. Fruit trees produce huge amounts of fruit. This abundance leads to generosity and community.

Our cottages are named after Avocado, Mango, Papaya and Pomegranate, all of which are superfoods and each symbolises love in a culture somewhere in the world. 

Each cottage is surrounded by garden, so you can enjoy your privacy. As well as extensive grounds to stroll in, there are 400 feet of beachfront, where you can snorkel or simply relax in the gentle breeze.

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What are the facilities like?

Sea Orchard Retreat cottages each have two bedrooms, two ensuite bathrooms, a sitting room and open plan state-of-the-art kitchen. All master bedrooms have King sized beds, while in the second bedroom two cottages have a Queen and the other two have twin beds to suit your family’s or group’s needs.

Water based activities include kayaking, paddle boarding and snorkelling. Writing and art workshops can also be arranged.

We hope you will agree that Sea Orchard Retreat is the perfect place for your vacation, staycation, retreat or wedding. 


Since travel is so difficult these days, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to get a good view of the property. Our virtual tour will give you a sense of the atmosphere of tranquility and natural beauty of the place. 

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About the Area

Distance From Airport:
Distance From the Airport:

West Bay may feel remote but it is very well connected. We are a 15 minute ride from the airport, and easy to find. Just go up the Esterley Tibbetts Highway and follow to West Bay and finally Batabano. 

Barkers National Park:

A short stroll up the beach (turning right from Sea Orchard) will take you to the secluded Barkers National Park.

Seven Mile Beach:

This famous beach with all its restaurants, shops and water sports can be reached in a few minutes by car!

George Town:

The capital of Cayman is only 15 minutes away!

Kittiwake Shipwreck & Artificial Reef

An Ex-US Navy Submarine Rescue Vessel. She was sunk on January 5th, 2011 in Grand Cayman, to create an artificial reef and shipwreck attraction for scuba divers and snorkelers to visit and enjoy.

The Turtle Center

This is a working farm that provides an interactive opportunity to learn about the animals that live on this island and in the sea.

Scholars Park

This park is a shady place to take the children to walk around and play and even have a picnic if it’s not too hot!

Ristorante Pappagallo

Perfect for  to a romantic tete-a-tete or for a family celebration.

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