Trellis House Trellis House Parking Lot

3 huéspedes

1 habitación

1 cama

1 baño

3 huéspedes

1 habitación

1 cama

1 baño

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Two beautiful apartments, side-by-side EACH perfect for 2 people. The property is located in the tranquil area known as West Bay, Bahia , just 3 lots from the ocean, with magnificent views from the rooftop palapa of amazing sunsets.


Personas adicionales: 14€ / noche después del primer huésped
Gastos de limpieza: 28€
Depósito de seguridad: 94€


Two beautiful apartments, side-by-side EACH perfect for 2 people. The property is located in the tranquil area known as West Bay, Bahia , just 3 lots from the ocean, with magnificent views from the rooftop palapa of amazing sunsets.

Two beautiful apartments, side-by-side EACH perfect for 2 people. Unit #2 is slightly bigger than Unit #1. The property is located in the tranquil area known as West Bay, Bahia , just 3 lots from the ocean, with magnificent views from the rooftop palapa of amazing sunsets and yachts anchored in the bay. There is a myriad of seasonal bird life in the area from Ospreys to pink Spoonbills. The owner has planted Marengo trees which attract the humming birds when they are around.

The owners have lived on the island for 5 years and can advise on most activities including fishing (fly, bait and deep sea), snorkeling and scuba exploring the reef and blue hole, sailing trips and sunset cruises.

The apartments are modern, spacious and come with fully equipped kitchens, private bathrooms, Queen beds and full size frost free fridge freezers. Unit #1 is a little smaller and Unit #2 is bigger. Guests will have the use of free bicycles to explore the island. On the roof is a palapa with a Jacuzzi where you can enjoy stunning sunsets and ocean views. There is also a B-B-Q in the garden for you to grill up your favorites like burgers, fish or lobster(in season).
In the immediate area there is a general store and several bars. A short cycle ride or golf cart taxi ride away is the center of the village of Caye Caulker, offering many varieties of dining options and nightlife. At the end of the island is the famous “Split" , a shady spot for shady people, where you can enjoy great bar food, take a dip, enjoy a cold beer or just soak in the sun.

Guest Access

Guests will have the use of free bicycles to explore the island. On the roof is a palapa with a jacuzzi where you can enjoy stunning sunsets and ocean views. There is also a B-B-Q in the garden for you to grill up your favorites like burgers, fish or lobster(in season).

Interaction with Guests

The owners live on the property so are normally available to answer any questions you may have and also can advise on most activities including fishing (fly, bait and deep sea), snorkeling and scuba exploring the reef and blue hole, sailing trips and sunset cruises, in addition their property manager is also available to assist.

The Neighborhood

There is a myriad of seasonal bird life in the area from Ospreys to pink Spoonbills. The owner has planted Marengo trees which attract the humming birds when they are around

Getting Around

On Caye Caulker there are three ways to get around. You can walk on the sand covered streets, ride a bicycle or use a golf cart. The golf cart taxis will take you anywhere on the island for $5bz per person ($2.50us). We provide our guests with free bicycles during their stay and can also arrange taxis and golf cart rentals.

Other Things to Note

Tips for Vacationing on Caye Caulker

It is important for the first time visitor to Caye Caulker to read the detailed information we have provided to gain a full understanding of what a caye vacation entails. It will give you a solid outline of life here on the caye.

For more detailed information about travel arrangements and what you can expect from caye accommodations, restaurants, services, etc take a look at Guest Info.

Many of the answers to questions regularly submitted by email are readily available on these pages.

Caye Caulker is typically a tropical lowland climate, with rainforest to the south and west of the lowlands. Island temperatures drop in the winter months with an average mid/late 70's in the day and dropping about 10 degrees at night. Summer months are hotter and much more humid. The temps still drop by about 10 degrees at night, and average daily temps are around 85 – 90's. The islands usually have a sea breeze that can feel like air-conditioning when the rest of the country is sweltering! The rainy season is supposed to start after Easter sometime and carry on till Oct. This has not been the case in recent years and we are seeing more rain later in the year. Usually great thunderstorms with massive lightening shows in the late afternoon or at night. Climate around the world is changing – so no promises!

English is the official language but you will hear other languages spoken too. Spanish, Mayan, Garifuna and Creole to name but a few.

We have the Belize Dollar. BZD$. It is pegged to the US dollar at 2BZD:1USD. There is one ATM here, which accepts foreign cards. The bank (Atlantic Bank Ltd) will also provide cash advances with credit/debit cards and charges $10BZD commission however large the transaction (need to show your passport). US currency is widely accepted and your change will come back in BZD dollars. Travellers checks are a good idea and you can spend them as ‘cash' at most places and also change them at the bank ($IBZ per check). Again your change will be in local currency. Remember large notes are always a problem for smaller vendors.
The Island & Facilities

As with all places now, the climate changes are going to affect us as well as everywhere else. Although we provide such luxuries as air-conditioning, I ask all my guests to be aware of the small things that will make a difference and hopefully give the island a few more days of survival. This is how it works – so that you can better understand what we are up against! Tourism is good, but let us be responsible.

Caye Caulker uses well water to supply toilets, showers and sinks in many of our homes. There is only so much to go around. The only other water we have is collected rain water. The less we use the better we all are. If the accommodation you are staying in is on the Village Water System, please try to conserve use, as it is very expensive water to purchase. Please take shorter showers and perhaps not flush the toilet every time?! Toilets use more water than any other household appliance! If you hear a toilet running or see a shower dripping, please let us know as soon as you can.

We have diesel generators here on the island that supply all of our power. The less we use, the less greenhouse gases we produce. Please turn off A/C's, fans and lights whenever plausible.
The Island & Facilities

There is no official recycling here, but we do a number of things as responsible foreigners that may help at least! Glass bottles like beer, sodas are returnable. When buying drinks, try to use the glass bottles instead of the plastic. Leave them next to the trash for the kids to take back and make some pocket money. Plastic bottles we reuse in the guise of the fruit lady and her juices. Keep them separate too. Whenever possible reuse shopping bags as trash bags or some other use, like toilet trash bin liners. Many ‘take-out' food containers are polystyrene, please crush and dispose of in the trash or better yet, take your own container!
What To Pack

Flip flops and closed toe shoes for trekking if you plan to do that.
Beach Towel (some houses provide) / Sarong – we supply bath towels but not beach
Sunglasses – always a good idea
Hat – same
Small Flashlight
Alarm Clock – some houses have clocks, but you can bet that they are wrong most of the time
Rain proof gear – if you don't it WILL rain on you
Insect Repellant – can get it here, but expensive
Sun-Block – as above
Mask / Snorkel – especially if you have had problems getting a good fitting one before
Jacket / Sweater – for planes, boats and cooler temps
Good books and a deck of cards. There are book swaps around, no actual book shops. We do have a library here now and donated books to help fill out the shelves are gratefully accepted.
Coffee if you have a particular brand you like
Wine is expensive here – so bring if you like

Caye Caulker Map

In order to assist you in determining where the homes on the caye are, each property is indicated on the island map. The south part of Caye Caulker, measured from The Split on the north end to South Point, is approximately 3 miles long. The furthest home managed by CCVH to the south is just south of the airstrip. You should be able to locate all our properties on the insert map and see where they are in relation to the village and each other.

Guests will have the use of free bicycles to explore the island. On the roof is a palapa with a jacuzzi where you can enjoy stunning sunsets and ocean views. There is also a B-B-Q in the garden for you to grill up your favorites like burgers, fish or lobster(in season).


Queen size bed in each Apartment
Fully Equipped Kitchen
Charcoal B.B.Q.
Cable TV
Free WiFi
Washing Machine outside for the use of both units
Full Bathroom with Hot & Cold Water
First Five Gallons of Drinking Water Free
Complimentary Bikes
Sofa – sitting area
Patio with table and chairs
Jacuzzi on the Roof top
All Linens Provided
Sunset and ocean view on the roof top
Fully Fenced Yard
Ceiling Fans in each Apartment

Trellis House is managed by Caye Caulker Vacation Homes, we are available via email, phone call or in person thru out your (guest) stay for any questions, assistants, emergencies or concerns. CCVH office is located, 2 blocks south of the Ocean Ferry, turn right next to the Caye Caulker Health Clinic.

There is a myriad of seasonal bird life in the area from Ospreys to pink Spoonbills. The owner has planted Marengo trees which attract the humming birds when they are around

Caye Caulker Belize Travel and Guest Information

Transportation Options

From Phillip Goldson International Airport and Belize City to the Cayes
Airport Pickup

If you like, send us your flight info, i.e. airline, flight number and eta,
We will arrange to have our driver, Jason, pick you up. If Jason is unavailable, he will designate a trustworthy alternate, usually Chester to take his place.

The cost is $US25 for up to 2 persons in the same party, then $US10.00 per head after that. (standard rate). Note: In the same party means all persons are staying at the same location. Look for a black guy, big smile holding a sign with CAYE CAULKER RENTALS on it. Jason will get you to the water taxi and let us know which boat you are on. We now sell San Pedro Caye Caulker Belize Express Water Taxi Tickets, if you like we can reserve that for you at $10 USD per person 1-way, $15 USD per person 2-way. Someone, usually one of our regular taxi drivers here on the caye, will meet you as you come off the dock at Caye Caulker and will be holding the same sign. They will charge you $2.50 USD per person per stop for the ride to our office and then onto the house. We will look after you from there.

Local Air Carrier

Caye Caulker Vacation Homes has found through experience that Tropic Air provides the best local air service in Belize. Whether you are coming in from other Central American destinations or via international flights originating from the U.S., Tropic will get you to the caye on an 11 minute, scenic flight. The current cost of a one way flight from Phillip Goldson to Caye Caulker is $75.25USD per person, return flight cost is $128.50USD. Should you wish to take advantage of this service, please let us know and we will make reservations on your behalf with Tropic Air.
Caye Caulker Via Chetumal, Mexico

More and more travellers are finding their way to Caye Caulker and Belize thru Cancun and Chetumal, Mexico. Inexpensive flights to Cancun are readily available and the bus line ADO services the run from Cancun to Chetumal. Two of the three water taxi companies, San Pedro Express and Water Jets Express, have daily runs from Chetumal to San Pedro on Ambergris Caye in Belize, where you will clear Belize Customs and then a 30 minute boat ride to Caye Caulker, usually arriving around 6 pm at night. Depending on when your flight into Cancun arrives, you may have to make the journey from Cancun to Chetumal the following day.
Contingency Plan

If you have booked a property with us and arranged for our driver to pick you up from the international airport, here is the contingency plan should your flight arrive too late to make the last water taxi.

Our driver will still meet your flight and pick you up. He will take you to a safe, clean and moderately priced hotel called the Coningsby Inn for the night. You will arrange with him to be picked up in the morning and taken to the appropriate water taxi to come out to the caye. Your driver will let us know what boat you are on and we will meet you.

Most everything you would need to supply your kitchen with staples is available on the caye. We have 2 larger (relative term) grocery stores and numerous smaller suppliers as well. You will find that prices are surprisingly high for some items but keep in mind that everything comes to the caye by boat or barge.
Drinking Water

A number of our homes are on the new, Health Board approved water system and this water is safe to drink. However, we do still have homes that are not. In these cases, a 5 gallon jug of water is supplied by the house to start your visit. Subsequent jugs will be provided as needed and delivered at a cost of $5.00 BZ per jug. Please try to inform us the day before you require it, so we can be sure to get it to you.

Getting Around

There are no cars here. There are golf carts, bikes and legs. Most guests who stay further south of the main village rent bikes for the duration of their stay. They are cheap at US$7.50 per day/US$30 per week and we can make arrangements on your behalf. The golf cart rentals are more expensive at around US$360 per week. For the most part Caye Caulker is small and walking is possible all over the place.
There is a post office on Caye Caulker. Service is slow but reliable.

Post Office

We do have a Post Office here on the caye for any snail mail you would like to send. The service is notoriously slow, but usually reliable.
Internet Cafes

There are a number of Internet cafes available for those guests who stay in houses that do not feature complimentary WI-FI. The rates are low and they shops are scattered about the village and usually open quite late.

Fresh Fruits, Vegetables & Local Fish
Fresh fruits and vegetables are available at stands in the village of Caye Caulker

There are several fruit & vegetable stands in the village that will have whatever is in season. Stock will ebb and flow with barge deliveries, so Thursday and Saturday mornings are the best time to purchase perishables.

Local fresh fish can be purchased on the front beach (east side of the caye) between 1pm and 4pm in the afternoon. Watch for the frigate birds circling down low. You will know someone is cleaning fish. You will pay between $10 & $12BZ for fillet. Lobster will also be available from time to time, but please be careful not to buy undersized. The tail should be at least 4 inches in length.

Laundry Services

There are a number of laundry services on the caye, where you can have your laundry done for you at a reasonable cost and there is one coin operated laundromat where you can do it yourself. We recommend that delicates and favourites be washed by hand to avoid damage or staining by the ever present rust that inhabits most machines in the Tropics.

You will find a wide assortment of restaurants on the caye and like anywhere else; the quality will range from poor to terrific. We always advise people to stay mainstream in their eating habits. While some of the street vendors are aware of hygiene standards, you will not know if you made a wise choice until 24 hours later. For more information about Caye Caulker Restaurants visit the Fodor's Website.

Tipping Guidelines
Tipping on Caye Caulker is strictly up to you.

Tipping is always a personal choice issue. Following the 15% rule will certainly not get you in trouble anywhere in Belize but there are times when it does not apply. Horrible service dictates less or none while terrific service may dictate more and vacationers in Belize will certainly experience both ends of the service spectrum.

Short haul taxi drivers and baggage handlers at the airport - $5.00BZ/$2.50USD

Long Haul taxi drivers such as Jason or Chester, who you will find personable and informative, $15.00BZ/$7.50USD

Our Diving & Snorkel Guides, French Angel Expeditions are, in my opinion, worth more than 15%, but you as the consumer will have to make the decision.

Restaurant & Bar Servers are strictly up to you.

Please Note: the rates that are listed on AirBnB does not include the 9% Hotel Tax (Gov. law) this is to be paid upon arrival at the Caye Caulker Vacation Homes office.

Normas de la casa
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten mascotas
No se admiten fiestas o eventos
La hora de llegada es a partir de las 15:00
Salida antes de las 10:00


a) House Linens & Towels - Caye Caulker Vacation Homes provides guests with quality bed linens and towels. Prior to arrival, all laundry items have been certified to be in good condition, free of stains, rips and holes. It is the responsibility of the guests to ensure they are returned in like condition. If we discover an item(s) that cannot be cleaned, the guest agrees to replace such item(s) at cost. A receipt for any replacements will be provided.
b) All bookings are required to reflect the exact amount of persons and their names, residing in the rented property for the duration of the rental.
c) The rented property is not, under any circumstances, to be used in any fashion, by anyone, other than the renters. The property is rented under the strict condition that the rental is for the exclusive use of the renters. Noise by-law dictates that all houses be quiet by 11:00pm. There shall be NO parties on any of Caye Caulker Vacation Homes properties. Failure to comply shall result in a visit by the Tourist Police and possible eviction and forfeiture of all rental payments, to be determined by Caye Caulker Vacation Homes.
d) Failure to adhere to Items a) thru c) will result in the immediate eviction of the renters and forfeiture of all rental payments.
e) Should the renters experience any problems due to the nature of holiday celebrations or other sources, with regards to noise, vandalism, harassment or any other issue that infringes on the guest’s stay; they will report it to the management company immediately. It is the objective of the management company to ensure the guests rights to privacy and enjoyment of their holiday be protected as much as possible. Conversely, guests should be respectful of other nearby residents with regards to late night noise.
f) The use of candles, mosquito coils or any other flammable substance inside the house or on outside decks is STRICTLY PROHIBITED. You will be charged for any damage that is caused from failing to comply.
g) The renters will be required to sign the Terms of Rental form and agree without reservation, that the rented property be used as proscribed in the conditions set above and returned in good condition at the end of the rental period, with regards to contents and construction. Should any items be broken, lost or removed from the house and/or room, the renter shall notify CCVH to negotiate a reasonable settlement/disposition, or the renter will be liable for their replacement and will be charged accordingly. The renter agrees that they will bear financial responsibility with regards to damage incurred to the house and/or property during their stay, outside of the normal wear & tear experienced in this type of rental. At the end of the rental period, the management company reserves the right to inspect the rental property prior to check out.
h) WI-FI, please DO NOT press the “RESET” button on the modem. Unplug the power cable from behind the modem, wait 5 minutes, return plug to back of modem. Notify the office if this does not work. Be informed that you will be charged $100USD to have someone travel from the City to reconfigure the modem. Internet in Belize is not the same as internet that you may be used to.
i) Please remove any hammock(s) from outside decks and secure inside the house whenever the house is unoccupied. Failure to do so will result in the guest(s) being charged the cost of $150USD per hammock.
j) Should there be a disputed claim concerning damage to property or household, the rental agent and the renter shall consent to a mutually agreed upon mediator that will be consulted to determine just settlement of claims by both parties and that both parties will abide by the decision reached. The renter then agrees to pay for such damage as determined. I have read and understood the above items (A) through (J) and agree to the terms and conditions of this rental agreement.



Puedes cancelar hasta 7 días antes del viaje y recibir un reembolso del 50 %, más las tarifas de servicio.

Funciones de seguridad
Detector de humo
Ficha de instrucciones de seguridad
Extintor de incendios

Estancia mínima de 3 noches

Tendrás los datos exactos de la ubicación cuando la reserva esté confirmada.

2 evaluaciones

Perfil de usuario de Ana
Enero de 2017
The apartment have been so lovely! We loved staying there it is far out from the Center (far is very relative idea on tiny island) but its so nice to be out from the touristy area and live where locals do. The apartment it's very thoughtfully equipped with a lot of things that make your feel like you have a home away from home. Having bikes was super handy to! And they have left us a welcome gift a delicious breakfast! Such a nice touch. I had difficulties to understand how to use their washing machine and they were super helpful with that as well and understand and not angry with me! :)

Perfil de usuario de Rob
Enero de 2017
Great place. Amie made checking in and getting there very easy and gave good tips on the island. Nice building and enjoyed the kitchen. Great place overall but it is located in a swampy part of the island that seems to have more mosquitoes and sand flies than other parts of the island. Sand flies can't be stopped with screens so you have to wear insect repellent even inside.

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Belice · Se registró en Junio de 2015
Perfil de usuario de Amiela

My name is Amiela Ash (also know as Amie), I am a born Belizean and raised in the southern region of Belize, Toledo District, in a remote village called San Pedro Columbia. While I was attending college, I would regularly come to Caye Caulker to work part time jobs. After accomplishing my college degree in 2008 I fell in love with the island and eventually moved to reside in Caye Caulker.
Ever since my stay, I have been working at various businesses within the island gaining invaluable experiences, meeting many faces and knowing the areas within my community. I then worked for Caye Caulker Rentals, now known as Caye Caulker Vacation Homes as a receptionist, then promoted to manager and eventually became the new owner of the business.
As the new owner of the Caye Caulker Vacation Homes, my goal is for you (guest) to spend quality time at this island, with quality services and hospitality offered by my business.

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