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Recent Turks & Caicos Islands reviews

  • Comforts of home, but in paradise!

    "We enjoyed our 12 night stay at The Charming House immensely, and it was the ideal home base for our daily explorations. The house, like Salt Cay itself, is utterly serene and Charles is the ultimate invisible host. Perhaps because he lives there himself for part of the year, the house feels nothing like a rental. It's more like being invited to stay at someone's very special home whilst they are away. The kitchen is extremely well appointed. As we went in the off-season and were unsure of how many of the island's restaurants and grocery stores would be open, we brought quite a bit of food with us. You need next to nothing for clothing on Salt Cay, so we used quite a bit of the 50 lb luggage allowance per person for food. I am very glad we did, because fresh supplies are hard to come by on an island like this, and only one restaurant was open for business. We used Dickinson's grocery store for eggs, butter, milk (they understandably sell only shelf-stable milk), and some little goodies like peanut M&M's and Flav-O-Ice popsicles, but do not expect to find anything else fresh. As promised, there are two bikes available for use, but as we are a family of 4 (two adults, two teenagers) we fully expected to have to rent a golf cart to get to places like the North Beach. Fortunately, we found a couple of older bikes in the shed which my husband managed to resurrect. Other reviewers had warned about frequent flat tires due to the rocky paths and thorns from the bushes that grow all over the island, so we tried to be mindful not to stray far from the main roads, and the bikes held up quite well. Keens or Tevas are the ideal footwear for exploring the island - in and out of the water - especially for places like the South Creek. Debbie, who manages the house and owns/runs the Dive Shop and Island Bistro, was invaluable, and Richard was a wonderful dive instructor for first time divers like us. Everyone that we encountered on the island was incredibly friendly, warm, and welcoming. That said, Salt Cay is for explorers, adventurous spirits, nature lovers, and people who are willing to work a bit to uncover the island's treasures. Snorkeling, diving, beach combing, swimming, birds, donkeys, crystal clear waters, and STARS! If this is you, Salt Cay will blow your mind. It is not a good choice for anyone who needs the kind of holiday where everything comes to you and everything is easy. Stick to Provo for that."
    Guest: Heather B. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 30, 2016
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  • Wonderful Holiday rental

    "The 4 of us, 2 Americans and 2 Brits, take holiday rentals around the world whenever we can and this year we wanted somewhere quiet and relaxing to cover from a somewhat traumatic year. Ocean Breeze, only steps from a truly beautiful and almost deserted beach in N. Caicos, and with its pool, garden furniture and gazebo fitted the bill to perfection. Inside was as described, comfortable and well equipped with everything we could need. However, what made our holiday truly memorable was rhe warmth, kindness and efficiency of our hosts, Darville and Kadra. They, with their delightful little daughter Nikki and their friendly dog, Roxie, lived next door and we're always available if needed but never intruded. Kadra got in groceries as requested for our arrival, organised our transport from Provo airport by taxi, ferry and another taxi to the house, provided us with a local cell phone with her number in so that we could contact her and offered to take us to a local barbecue the following evening where we could meet some of her friends and relatives. We took her up on that and had a great time and went again on our own the following week. She organised a car for us so that we could explore the island and cross the causeway to Middle Caicos which was well worth doing as we found lovely views, caves to visit, good food at Mudjin Bay and at Daniel's cafe where we also met Lovey, a local singer, talked with the very interesting Daniel and discovered the wonderful sea grass baskets made by the ladies of the local co-operative. When Kadra discovered it was Rodney's birthday, she brought us a gift pack of wine and snacks. Nothing was too much trouble for her and when the time came for us to leave she organised an overnight stay for us in Provo with taxi service from ferry to hotel and hotel to airport provided by her lovely young nephew. In spite of her busy schedule, because our car was too small for all of us and luggage, she came home to drive 2 of us to the ferry and wish us all farewell. Darville had also responded promptly to switch on a generator for us when there was a power cut. Terrific service from them both. We took a boat trip, snorkelled a little, enjoyed good food and drink and really loved the friendly welcoming Islanders and very much hope to visit again."
    Guest: Patricia S. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: May 30, 2016
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  • What a Beach! What a Complex! What a Condo!

    "This was an 8 night honeymoon stay for us. The beach in front of the Coral Gardens is by far one of the best beaches anywhere. The beach attendants were great to have and very friendly. The beach was never crowded. The snorkeling was amazing with the reef right in front of the Coral Gardens. Nancy's unit was very comfortable and decorated very nicely. Nancy decorated the unit with many of the pieces of art that is found at many of the vendors and shops on the island. Well done Nancy! Our stay was amazing in spite of 2 days of rain and a few showers. The Somewhere Café was really fun and we had a blast the times we went there. The staff at the Somewhere Café was great. Always a fun time. Thursday night fish fry was a short walk down the beach from the Coral Gardens, but a bit disappointing....but still fun and worth the walk IMO. Bugaloo's and the Conche Shack were two of our favorite places to stop for lunch or dinner. Due yourself a favor and go find those other beaches on the island, there are many. Taylor Bay which is hard to find is one of those beaches (besides grace bay beach) that you only see in movies. The beach is probably 2-3 miles long and there were only maybe 10 people on the whole beach. You can walk probably 400-500 yards and still only be in chest high water. What a treat. Another highlight of our trip was stopping at Mama's gift shop. There are two mama's there. Mama #1 and Mama #2....both women were so funny and so much fun. We went there on one of the rainy days and we are sure glad we did. Best gift shop on the island IMO. Don't be fooled by other properties. Coral Gardens and Nancy's unit is the place to stay. Nancy, Thank you so much for sharing your 2nd home with us."
    Guest: Peter L. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: July 20, 2016
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  • Paradise

    "This villa was overly spactular it contained all the elements we wished to see for a great vacation! The location of the villa was extremely productive because it was close to most of the places we visited to! The help of Josseline was also something that we are very grateful for, she was very kind and was easy to talk to for anything we were confused about! The villa itself was quite perfect, and in fact it had more of the things we expected to see.The backyard and all the equipment was also very pleasing to us.Thank you for letting us experience paradise there at your villa. -bensadok"
    Guest: Abdelawahab B. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 27, 2016
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