Maps and directions to Turtle Nest Inn
From the airport to Turtle Nest Inn
Finding your way from Owen Roberts International Airport in George Town, to Turtle Nest Inn in Bodden Town, is easy! Grand Cayman is a small island, there's basically one main road, from one end of the island to the other, and the inn is situated right on the main road, about 10 miles east from the airport. There's only one exit road from the airport and rental car plaza, which ends after about one mile at a stop sign. At the stop sign, just beside the post office, turn left, and continue past Foster's Food Fair until the "give way" sign. (In terms of price and variety, Foster's is a good choice in supermarkets, and this may be a good time to shop for groceries. But, about 1.5 miles further along your route on the left, you can also stop at Hurley's Marketplace, in the new Grand Harbour Shopping Centre, surrounded by numerous palms and attractive landscaping. But, please note that all island supermarkets are closed on Sunday, leaving only a few convenience stores accessible, including a couple right around the Inn. The supermarkets are all open from 7:00am till 11:00pm, six days a week (closed Sunday), except for a handful of holidays.
After the "give way" sign, keep to the left and follow the road which curves left around the end of the runway.You're now on the main road (the A2) heading east to Bodden Town, East End, Northside, and Rum Point. Along the way to Bodden Town, the road leads through several villages, including Prospect, Spotts, Savannah, Lower Valley, and Pedro. Don't confuse the signs for the district of Bodden Town, which will appear sooner than the town itself. After Pedro, you'll enter the village of Bodden Town (watch out for the 25 mph speed limit signs), and the road curves sharply to the left.
Just after the curve, there's an Esso station on your right (seaside), followed by a Texaco station, and then, around 200 feet further, Turtle Nest Inn. It's a two-storey, white, Spanish-style building with two illuminated signs at the road -- if you see a post office on your left, or a church on your right, you've gone too far! We suggest that you print a copy of this page, and take it along on your trip. And, just in case, our phone number is (345) 947-8665.
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