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Why Turks & Caicos?

With its pristine beaches, turquoise waters, villas, hotels, and world-class dining, Turks and Caicos is a safe, prosperous, highly modern island with everything you could want in a vacation spot. There are easily accessible water-sports and recreational activities, along with excursions to neighbouring islands like North and Middle Caicos. There are even some deserted islands to explore!
As an added bonus, Turks and Caicos offers direct and easy flights from the United States, Canada, and Europe.

What’s the benefit of staying at a villa?

Villas offer a privacy and serenity that no hotel can match. Our accommodations comfortably sleep four to six, so travelling in a group offers value that can’t be beat. You can treat yourself to a meal out or cook at home with your group. Stock the fridge however you like, and have drinks on your own private patio. With a villa, you have the power to make your trip exactly what you want it to be.

What happens when we arrive at the airport?

We recommend that you let us set up your ride. We use a cab service owned by our trusted provider Virgil. His vans are clean, spacious, air conditioned, safe, and he knows the island like the back of his hand. He’s happy to stop with you and pick up any supplies you might need along the way, and he’s one of the most friendly service providers we know. If you decide on this option, he’ll be waiting at the airport with your name on a sign, and ready to help with your bags!

You can also rent a car at the airport. We’re only a 15-minute drive from there and our estate has ample parking, free of charge. We do not recommend going with the local cabbies. The experience won’t be nearly as good as it would be with Virgil, and we want to make sure you have the best, safest experience possible.

What happens when we arrive at the villa?

When you arrive at your villa, you’ll already have your keys in hand. Our representative will provide a quick tour of the villa and property. They’ll give you a phone number where you can reach them during your stay. If you need anything, don’t hesitate to call. We’re available any day, any time.

How far is the beach from my villa?

We’re only a five minute walk or two minute drive from Grace Bay’s public beach, which is consistently among TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice award-winners for Best Beaches! There are two beach-access roads near the villas, and free parking at the shore. We supply folding chairs you can pack up and carry along with you.

Where can we buy groceries?

The closest grocery store is Grace Bay’s IGA, just a five minute walk from the villas. They have all the recognizable brands and everything you need to serve up a feast or throw a party. There’s a bakery, a meat counter, a deli, lots of produce, and a liquor section. Just a quick warning: you can’t buy retail alcohol on Sundays in Turks and Caicos, so be sure to think ahead.

We also offer the service of stocking your villa with whatever food and drinks you’d like. For a small fee and the cost of groceries, we’ll make sure you have everything you need the moment you arrive.

Can we bring pets?

Unfortunately, concerns about allergies among our guests on the estate make it impossible for us to allow animals. If you find yourself really missing animal-interaction, there’s a wonderful association called Potcake Place located at the nearby Salt Cay Plaza. They love to welcome visitors who want to spend time with their animals! We’re huge animal-lovers ourselves, so we’re excited to see this organization flourish.

Is smoking allowed?

Smoking is alright in the outdoor areas on the estate. Don’t forget, Turks and Caicos is just a short hop from Cuba so if you’re a cigar-fan, some of the best in the world can be found at the Island’s tobacconists.

When can we use the pool?

The pool is always available, but we ask that you do not use it after 11pm for the sake of guests at the estate’s other villas. Lounge chairs and towels are also available. We request that they stay in the pool area and don’t make their way to the beach. We also don’t allow glass near the pool, and ask that you refrain from diving for your own safety. A full list of rules can be found by the poolside.

What is the minimum stay?

During most of the year, there is a minimum stay of three nights. During the holiday season (December 20th to January 5th), our minimum stay is seven nights. Check our main page for seasonal rates.

Do you offer long-term rentals?

It’s all dependent on availability during the course of your intended stay. We do offer discounts for long-term rentals, so don’t hesitate to contact us for further information and to check availability!

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept major credit cards and wire transfers.

Are there costs associated with air conditioning?

We provide metered air conditioning at each villa. On arrival, our representative will take a reading and compare it with the reading when you leave. The cost per kilowatt fluctuates, so we charge the going rate at the time of your stay. There is no up-charge.

Working on this model helps keep costs down, and we pass the savings on to you!

Is there any difference between the villas?

There are two types of villas: Deluxe and Royal. The difference is mainly in the size of the beds and the number of bathrooms. There’s also a cosy honeymoon suite with one bed and one bath. You can find the place that’s the right size for you in our Villas section.

How does the cleaning-service work?

To keep your stay on your own schedule, we don’t dispatch a daily cleaning service to your villa. We supply ample towels and bedding to each unit, so you don’t have to worry about running short. If you’re staying for a longer period and want to have the villa cleaned, we can accommodate your request for a fee.

We ask that during your stay, you place your own garbage in the designated area.

What if I need to cancel?

Cancellations within 15 days of arrival result in full forfeiture of reservation-fees, but you can cancel any time before that. To rebook, we charge an administrative fee of 20% of the total booking. The new reservation must be within 12 months of the original booking or the entire fee is forfeited. With all that in mind, we know that life happens. So we highly recommend cancellation insurance!

What’s the weather like in Turks?

Turks and Caicos is perfect to escape the coldest months of winter.

The sweet spot runs from December to April, when you can expect temperatures approaching 30° Celsius every day (that’s over 80° Fahrenheit for our American friends), and very little rain. It’s absolutely perfect for a week in the sun just when you need it.

Temperatures are even warmer the rest of the year, but there’s a little more rain. Even so, Turks has an exceptionally low amount of precipitation year-round, so you can expect only a couple of inches of rain even in the wettest season.

In other words, whenever you come, you’ll be greeted by sunshine and warmth, perfect for the beach!

Getting Here

There are international airports on Grand Turk, North Caicos, Providenciales and South Caicos, with domestic airports on all islands except East Caicos. Currently, the following carriers offer flights:

  • American Airlines flies daily from Miami, once daily from New York/JFK and Boston on Sunday, Thursday and Saturday.
  • US Airways offers daily service from Charlotte and Philadelphia.
  • Delta Airlines has daily flights from Atlanta.
  • Air Canada from Toronto.
  • West Jet from Montreal, Toronto, and Halifax (Direct).
  • British Airways from London/Heathrow.
  • Bahamas Air flies from Nassau and Bahamas.

Flights are available to the Dominican Republic, Cuba , Jamaica and Haiti by a number of local airlines:

  • Air Turks and Caicos
  • Global Airways

From the airport you can hire a taxi to take you to the villas. The address for Grace Shore villas is:

41 June Plum

Grace Bay Providenciales

Turks and Caicos Island

PO BOX 1016