‘Natural Setting, Relaxed Vibe’
Flourishing greenery, a tranquil blue lagoon and 500ft of soft, pristine beach make up the birthplace of the James Bond escapades. GoldenEye, named so after Ian Fleming’s estate where he wrote the famous Bond novels, comprises of luxurious beachfront villas, and intimate lagoon cottages, as well as Fleming’s magnificent villa estate, complete with secluded beach, pool and five lavish cottages and suites. Built into the natural landscape, and accessed via boat or kayak, the relaxing spa provides guests with open-air treatments, while the Wata Sport Beach staff offer thrilling jet-ski rides and a glass bottom boat for discovering the 700 species of fish in the surrounding Oracabessa Bay waters. And of course, a game of backgammon will not go amiss on the tranquil shores of Low Cay Beach, or in the treetop Gazebo lounge, serving fresh seafood, delicious grills and tasty Martini cocktails.
In Our Opinion
‘Homemade jerk chicken, rustic feel, and old-school reggae music, not Bob Marley on repeat – this is the authentic Jamaica. Mango and june plum trees can be found dotted around its acres of lush vegetation, each planted by guests.’