Wild Cherry is located in the highly sought-after Turtle Cove area of Grace Bay Beach. This spacious two bedroom beach villa is a warm escape outfitted in modern elegance. Wild Cherry is a short walk to 7 restaurants and Turtle Cove Marina, the main marina on island from where various excursions depart.
Enjoy some of the best snorkeling the island has to offer right outside your door! Smith's Reef which is famous for some of the best snorkeling in the Turks and Caicos Islands is only footsteps away. You can also spend your holiday walking for miles and miles on the beautiful sugar-white sandy beach. Note: With the coral reef so close to the shore, a strip of rock exists between the sandy beach and the water. We suggest wearing water shoes as the rock can sometimes be slippery.
The third-floor terrace offers 360 views, a wet bar and additional lounge space to soak up the fresh ocean air. Tip: enjoy a drink after the sun sets and see a sky full of diamonds…the lack of ambient light provides amazing star-gazing! Relax on the covered patio or grab your beach towel and walk a few steps down your private trail straight to Grace Bay Beach. Three levels offer guests space to congregate or get away with plenty of covered and sunny seating. Enjoy your glamorous “waterfall” shower in the open island air! The two equal master bedrooms have king beds and en suite outdoor showers and baths.
*Please note, this property is typically offered in one week blocks on a Saturday to Saturday basis. We sometimes make exceptions to this rule if your travel dates are from mid-August to mid-October or if you are traveling within 30 days. Please inquire directly if this is the time frame you wish to travel and we will see if we can make it happen!
*AC is metered in order to discourage use with doors and windows open, thus eliminating the need for a higher rental rate to cover AC waste. You are given an AC allotment, beyond that you will be charged actual costs. The AC is metered on a separate meter which you will be shown at check-in.
*With the coral reef so close to the shore, a strip of rock exists between the sandy beach and the water. Some guests prefer wearing water shoes as the rock can sometimes be slippery.