Nestled among tropical forests and lush gardens on a seaside bluff Goldeneye overlooks the Caribbean. The atmosphere is pure Jamaican in rhythm and tempo, 'easy'. As the name suggests this is where Ian Fleming crafted all his James Bond novels. Beaches, tropical forest, caves, hideaways and sports - all the ingredients for a truly exclusive retreat.
The Ian Fleming villa, designed by Fleming himself, is a spare and simple three-bedroom house, built on a cliff over the beach. Royal Palm is a 3-bedroom villa perfectly blended into the natural contours of the water's edge. Goldeneye's Villas 1, 2 & 3 each have the corresponding number of bedrooms and are named after some of the famous characters. All of the varying sized accommodation are spacious and designed to a very high specification.
For those who like to keep fit early morning walk, jogging, health trek, aqua gym and tennis. Water sports include kayaks, snorkelling, scuba diving, and you can master the basic techniques of windsurfing, sailing or jet skis with experienced Goldeneye instructor. If you feel like taking things easy a variety of soothing and restorative massages are available either in the comfort of your villa or the tranquillity of the garden.
Jamaica's herbs and spices are pungent and potent the fiery scotch bonnet pepper; pimento, and sweet coconut will delight your palate. Menus are created using market fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables and the fresh fish is bought daily from local fishermen. All meals are complimented by fresh fruit juices and Blue Mountain coffee as well as tropical fruit cocktails, including the famous Goldeneye Rum Punch, fine wines and Red Stripe beer.