Built by Ian Fleming in the 1950s, Goldeneye was the birthplace of 14 of the author’s James Bond thrillers, and his Caribbean retreat for nearly twenty winters. Situated in Oracabessa, on Jamaica’s quiet northern coast, it is the perfect escape for travelers seeking simple luxury, casual comfort, and the ultimate in seclusion.
Goldeneye is a 15-acre hideaway on a bluff between the sea and a lagoon. It offers you a choice of three experiences: Ian Fleming’s original house surrounded by luxuriant gardens, forest-shaded villas overlooking the sea, or the entire propertyall 15 acres, the Fleming house and the villasfor a special occasion or event. It’s the perfect choice for guests who value luxury, seclusion, romance and adventure. It’s a very sexy place to be. The villas feature outdoor garden baths and showers. The flowers are always moist. The private beach invites indulgence and is the perfect choice for a romantic getaway or a personal retreat. It’s also an innovative choice for one-of-a-kind events like weddings, reunions or executive retreats.