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A lovingly restored beachfront family home and apartments on Caye Caulker, Belize Central America

Alamina Beach House was built originally in 1975 by Norman Alamina, a boat builder and lifelong resident of Caye Caulker. It is one of a few original clapboard island homes that remain on Caye Caulker's beachfront, having survived Hurricane Mitch and Hurricane Keith. Over the years he added on to the building and it  now houses Los Cocos Cantina featuring artwork from  Caribbean Colors - Lee Vanderwalker-Alamina, Lighthouse Ice Cream Parlor and Barrier Reef Sports Bar on the first floor, and three large apartments on the second floor. We are considered "downtown Caye Caulker." This property and its surrounding beachfront is  part of the Alamina estate once owned by Norman's  father and grandfather. It is now owned and being developed by the children and grandchildren. The site where the Alamina Beach House stands was originally where Norman's father, Valentine Alamina had his general store. It is a perfect accommodation for families with children or friends that want to stay together in a home like atmosphere. It is well furnished and very comfortable. The Alamina Beach House is licensed by the Belize Tourism Board as a hotel and tourist accommodation.

Special Promotional Rate for July 15-November 15, 2009

$75 U.S. (plus 9% hotel tax) per night for up to 4 people, 3 night minimum stay. Stay 6 nights, get the 7th night free.

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-Cool & breezy
-Ceiling fans

-Screens on windows

-Wardrobes in master and 2nd bedroom

-Sheets & towels supplied
-Full kitchen with stove, refrigerator, dishes, pots & pans and silverware

-Large rooms

-cable TV

Master bedroom decorated in relaxing violet, blue and green has original silk paintings by Lee Vanderwalker-Alamina, a KING SIZE bed, love seat, dresser and wardrobe. Large windows face the windward side beach.

Second Bedroom with queen size bed, and wardrobe. Large windows let the breeze flow through.

Third bedroom with a queen size bed faces the sea and is decorated in a cheery yellow.

Living Area with comfortable living room set.

Large tiled bathroom with full size tub.

More Amenities:

-Hot & cold water

-Belizean owned

-Extra linens and towels provided.

Each room is decorated using paintings by local artists, fine crafts and Belizean fabrics.

Street side open verandah is great for people watching. We would prefer that you not smoke in the apartment but would rather use the verandah.


Provisioning: we will gladly stock your refrigerator with beer, sodas or anything else to make your stay enjoyable, just let us know about a week in advance. You can pay for the provisions when you arrive.


Full kitchen with gas stove, refrigerator, sink, microwave, coffee maker, blender, dishes, pots and pans, and silverware. Everything you would need to start cooking.

Dining Room with beautiful mahogany hardwood table and stylish chairs

Deposits, Payments and Cancellations:
All reservations must be paid in full by cash or credit card at the time of booking. Add 9% hotel tax to the rate.

Full refund up to 60 days prior to arrival (less credit card fees). Twenty-five percent (25%) cancellation charge between 59-45 days of arrival. Fifty percent (50%) cancellation charge between 45-30 days of arrival. No refunds will be offered within 30 days of arrival. Cash and Travelers Checks are accepted in addition to Master Card and Visa.

Check out time is 11 a.m


Monthly rates:

1 month rental: $1500 U.S. plus 9% hotel tax, includes electricity, cable TV and cooking gas for stove. Pay-ment in full is required when reservation is made.

3 month rental: $1300 U.S., plus 9% hotel tax, includes electricity, cable TV and cooking gas for stove. 1 month rental required as deposit for reservation, remainder is to be paid on arrival.

6 month rental: 1000 U.S. a month, requires a lease agreement and security deposit of 1000 U.S. Electricity and cooking gas are to be paid by tenant, cable TV is paid by Alamina Beach House.1 month rental required as deposit for reservation, remainder is to be paid on arrival.

Caye Caulker Photo Album click on any photo to enlarge



For more Caye Caulker photos

by Lee Vanderwalker-Alamina click here


Nightly Rates for 2009-2010: (3 night minimum)

Stay 6 nights get the 7th night free!

                High Season        Christmas/New Year/Easter     Low Season

1 person           75                                125                              65

2 people           85                                125                              75

3 people           95                                125                              85

4 people           105                              125                              95

5 people           115                              135                              105

6 people           125                              145                              115

All prices states are in U.S. dollars. Rate does not include the 9% hotel tax.

High Season Nov 15-May 14

Christmas-New Year's Dec 15-Jan 6

Easter March 28-April 20

Low Season May 15-Nov 14


A note about the water on Caye Caulker: We rely on the rain gods for our water and are on a well, cistern and septic system. Caye Caulker is currently being hooked up to a municipal water system, but it has not been put into effect yet. So, we ask that you help to conserve water. For your health, we recommend that the water that comes from the tap not be consumed or used in cooking. Purified drinking water may be purchased from the Bowen & Bowen truck which passes every morning. We start you out with a full 5 gallon bottle.


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Located Beachfront, in the village of Caye Caulker, right next to the police station. The apartments are on the second floor over Barrier Reef Sports Bar, Lighthouse Ice Cream Parlor and Los Cocos Cantina. The building spans from the beach to the street.

For more information call (501 country code for Belize) 620-2665

or in Mexico at 00521-983-123-1712


Mailing Address:

Alamina Beach House

Avenida Hicaco,  Box 45

Caye Caulker       Belize