This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$4250 - $6500 per night 3-14 night min stay
$140 - $200 per night 3-7 night min stay
$1400 to $4200/wk
$10800 - $18500 per week 7 night min stay
Thompson's Cove Travel Tips
Explore the Majesty and Beauty of the Providenciales from Thompson's Cove Vacation Rentals
Thompson's Cove is a planned community built on the north side of the beautiful Providenciales island. You can spread out in one of the spacious Thompson's Cove villas instead of paying for a cramped room at one of the Providenciales resorts. You'll have safety and security in your home away from home that a hotel can't challenge. Thompson's Cove is close to both the Millennium and Leeward highways, which connect the entire island. Exploring and traveling on the island will be a breeze. In no time, you'll be living like a "belonger," as the islanders call themselves.
Thompson's Cove Villas Let You Experience Home Comforts Between Trips to the Beach
The beaches are one of the main reasons to visit Providenciales. Of course, you can visit Grace Bay, which holds most of the Providenciales resorts. You can lie out, swim through the crashing waves and play on the white glittering sand. However, once you're tired of the crowds you can return to your quite villa rather than a packed hotel.
You Can Enjoy Nature Beyond the Providenciales Resorts
Providenciales is renowned for its sea life. You can go diving or snorkeling and see the wonders of the underwater world. Not only do they have fish, but also sea turtles, dolphins and, periodically, humpback whales. It's quite easy to schedule a socially responsible tour to a dolphin mating ground and see how these majestic creatures swim, play and live. In fact, the Providenciales is home to JoJo, the dolphin, who The Turks & Caicos declared a national treasure. However, you should always be careful when approaching wild life as many attempts to pet or touch can be interpreted as hostile gestures.