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Bahamas Private Islands for Rent – Kamalame Cay – The Cocoanut Villa
The two-level, 6,000-square-foot villa is the island’s largest villa and sleeps up to eight guests in four suites. Its vast Great Room offers panoramic ocean views and is lined with French doors that open onto a wide, veranda wrapping around three sides. The open plan living and dining room, offset with a full kitchen and free standing wet bar, is accentuated by thoughtful interior accents and hand-carved South Asian furnishings.
Two of the four suites – each with an en suite bath with a soaking tub – are connected to the Great Room. The remaining two, located on the villa’s upper level, are connected as private wings via sweeping verandas. Perfect for 10 or more guests, this is island living at its finest.
A hidden gem just off Andros’ mainland, Kamalame Cay sparkles in all its blue-hued Bahamian beauty. WhisperingPrivate Islands for Rent private island vacation Kamalame Cay Private Island for Rent Bahamas the promise of laidback hospitality to captivated first-time visitors and longtime guests, this treasured 96-acre private island retreat charms with a singular blend of luxurious accommodations, deserted beaches and the kind of gracious warmth and hospitality that can only be achieved through a labour of love that spans decades. This is the ultimate in a private island vacation.
Named for the trees that flourish here, Kamalame Cay is where the Hew family casts its wide and welcoming net, creating a perfect home base for exploring the laid-back beauty of the Bahamas’ largest and least developed island. From world-class Private Islands for Rent Kamalame Cay private island vacation Private Islands for Rent Bahamas bone fishing flats and the world’s third largest barrier reef to peerless sunsets, miles of private beach, fresh and imaginative cuisine and the only overwater spa in the Bahamas, this graceful, off-the-grid glamorous private island hideaway is a favourite among beachcombers, barefoot wanderers and many a happy bone fisherman.