Morgan’s Inn has 3 Belizean-style wooden cabins on a spacious beachfront property covered with coconut trees. All the cabins have large covered porches to relax and enjoy the view and sea breeze. They also have hot/cold showers, a refrigerator and small stove. The property is located in a quiet area of the island that is uncrowded. We like the quiet and tranquility of our little slice of paradise and urge guests to keep the noise down to enjoy the ambiance as well. The cabins are not fancy but are comfortable and spacious. Our rates are very affordable and we also offer great discounts for extended stays!
Here at Morgan’s Inn, we value our customers and make sure that hospitality, as well as customer satisfaction, are of utmost importance!
We have three 3 cabanas available for rent. We are located in an area that is generally quiet and peaceful. Our cabanas are Belizean style, made of wood with a zinc roof. All cabanas feature a covered porch with a view of the Caribbean Sea, double bed, stove, hot/cold shower, private bathroom, standing fan, porch/outside light, table, refrigerator and dish washing facilities.
Cabin #1 (Casa Blanca)
One (1) double bed, tiled hot/cold shower, private toilet downstairs in front of cabin, couch, table, porch with view, porch light, standing fan, 3 burner stove, dish washing facilities & refrigerator.
Cabin #2 (La Concha)
One (1) double bed, couch/pull-out bed, table, dish washing facilities, private bathroom (hot/cold shower & toilet), standing fan, stove, refrigerator, porch with view, porch light. Located 60 feet from the sea.
Cabin #3 (Casa Alta)
Two (2) double beds, 2 burner stove, private bathroom (tiled hot/cold shower & toilet), mid-size refrigerator, porch/outside light, standing fan, dish washing facilities and ceiling fan. Located 30 feet from the sea.
|Cabin||Nightly Rate||Monthly Rate|
|Cabin #1 (Casa Blanca)||$25.00||$500.00|
|Cabin #2 (La Concha)||$30.00||$600.00|
|Cabin #3 (Casa Alta)||$45.00||$700.00|
- All prices are in BELIZE DOLLARS!
- 9% Hotel tax not included in Rates above.
- Ask about our Weekly Rates!
- Extended stays longer than a month are negotiable!
- Cleaning service available ($10 per cleaning).
Great base for active tourism–snorkeling, scuba, sportfishing, kayaking. We offer birding trips on south Caye Caulker and Caye Caulker Forest Reserve and others; also trips to Caye Caulker and Hol Chan Marine Reserves, Gallows Point and other sites. Spectacular reefs loaded with healthy corals, fish and other life for the appreciative visitor.
Biologist birding and marine guide on premises. Custom tours and itineraries designed, inland and marine. Cabins are also great for guests favoring windsurfing, sailing and just chilling with a book.
Bring your underwater camera! Birders don’t forget your binoculars! Also windsurfing lessons and rentals; sea kayaks rented with all profits going to The Siwa-ban Foundation, a non-profit local marine conservation group.
Please snorkel with care–our reef only stays beautiful and protects us from hurricanes when we treat it right! Please “take only pictures-leave only bubbles” -and keep the sand on the sea-bottom where it belongs!
Enjoy Caye Caulker!
Getting to Caye Caulker is fairly easy. It is only accessible by two modes of transportation, airplane and boat. If you are just arriving in Belize, you can catch a connecting flight from either Tropic Air or Maya Island Air. Both leave from the International Airport and stop in Caye Caulker. If you are in a different part of the country, then you can just go to the nearest airstrip and purchase your ticket(s). A flight from Belize City takes only about 11-15 minutes.
Getting to Caye Caulker by the water taxis (ferry) is easy as well. The ride over from Belize City normally takes 45 minutes to an hour and from San Pedro, Ambergris Caye only 30 minutes. There are three (3) water taxi companies: Caye Caulker Water Taxi Association, San Pedro-Belize Express and Water Jets Express.
When you have arrived on the island, you can get here either by asking for directions and walking over, taking a taxi, or if you have your own boat, we have a dock to tie up your boat, although this depends if any space is available.
Caye Caulker was split into two many years ago, but the split got even wider when Hurricane Hattie in 1961 hit Belize, especially Caye Caulker. The northern part of the island is mostly filled with mangroves and other trees from the littoral forest. The island is small, only five (5) miles in length, of which only the southern part is populated. The people of Caye Caulker are generally friendly and will normally welcome you with open arms.
The island is a laid back community where people take their time to do things and just appreciate the island. Our pace here is not as fast and busy as our neighboring island, San Pedro.Caye Caulker is the place to be if you just want to take your time and relax and just relieve yourself of all your problems. So, if you’re that type of person, or just someone who wants to enjoy themselves while taking it slow, then come on over to Caye Caulker. You won’t be disappointed!