- Type:Villa Resort
- Style:Family / Friends
- Child policy:Family with Children under 12 allowed
- Summary:A large villa that offers access to Jumby Bay's facilities
- Top feature:The property comprises two guest cottages
- Rooms:6 bedrooms sleeping 12 guests
- Location:St Johns ,
- Nearest airport:V.C. Bird International Airport
Location and transfer
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20 minutes from V.C. Bird International Airport (this includes a ten-minute ferry ride to Jumby Bay island).
Guests have full use of the resort services including the restaurants, bars, pools, fitness facilities and SENSE spa, tennis, snorkelling equipment, croquet and putting green.
Kairos comprises a main house with living room, den, upstairs deck with ocean views, fully-equipped kitchen, infinity-edge pool, indoor and outdoor dining areas. There are also two guest cottages, each with three bedrooms (one king-size and two twins), plus there is an additional bedroom (further up the hill) that has a day-bed. All bedrooms have a private bathroom and cable television.
Guests are welcome to dine at either of the two restaurants at Jumby Bay Island, The Veranda and The Estate House.
External facilities at the villa
Kairos fetaures an infinity-edge pool and outdoor dining areas.
Villa staff details
Staffing varies for each villa, however all villas have a housekeeping service.
Jumby Bay Island's Pasture Bay Beach is one of the world’s primary nesting sites for the endangered Hawksbill Turtle – testament to the genuine unspoilt tranquillity of the whole island. From June and November guests can take part in Jumby Bay Island's Turtle Project and witness, first-hand, these amazing creatures making their nests.
Children of all ages are welcome at Jumby Bay Island and they will love the beach activities, exploring the wildlife and natural surroundings, cycling and playing on the jungle gym located near the Children’s Centre.
Health & Fitness
Guests have access to the SENSE spa and the fitness centre at Jumby Bay.
A selection of activities are available through Jumby Bay Island including tennis, snorkelling, use of sunfloats and sunfish sailboats, croquet and a putting green.