In Sep 2017 we picked this resort from Expedia in a hurry when we were stranded in the Caymans because of hurricanes. All communications with the resort were via email. There is no 'front desk' or services, & guests check themselves in, so no staff to rate. It was very quiet &secluded, & I only saw 2 other people the whole 3 days-- 1 person cleaning the lovely pool, & one other guest who stayed to themselves. The full apartment was overlooking the sea on a rocky shoreline, with the celebrated Cayman Brac bluff just across the road behind the resort.
The apartment was spacious, comfortable, nicely decorated, clean, & well appointed with everything one could need, including Laundry Room, a full bath for each bedroom, TV & Internet. Large windows in the Living Room and Bedroom afforded incredible views of the sea.
The one drawback that it is was quite a distance from 'town', and at the opposite end of the island from the Dive Resort and airport, with a 20-mile drive each way. It was a straight road, so not a bad drive, and the reasonable price of the resort, and peace and quiet made it worthwhile, but a rental car is an absolute necessity.
The resort is just a half mile from the end of the island where one of the numerous caves is. The wildlife-- birds, crabs of various types, are interesting. Cayman Brac is quite a unique place to visit, very different from the other islands we've been to, and with the caves along the bluff, it was a safe haven from the hurricanes.
Pros: The lovely rooms, large windows overlooking ocean and pool, relaxing atmosphere, uniqueness of the surroundings.
Cons: With being right on the water, the salt air condenses on the front windows. I had to clean them to be able to see the beautiful views.
Location: Numerous caves to explore, 1 is just a half mile away, decent public beach w/BH a short drive. The Lighthouse & overlook are about a 15-mile drive.