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Recent Turks & Caicos Islands reviews

  • Fantastic Family Vacation

    "Too often the actual doesn't match the photos and you end up disappointed. Casa Grande is not one of those cases! Our family of 5 stayed there with my wife's sisters family of 5. The house is large enough to accommodate a lot of people and has spots for everyone to get away if needed.. The kitchen and family room allows for big gathering and all of the bedrooms are big enough to hang out in. The pool was great, the walk to beach was short and the beach itself was basically private and beautiful! There are plenty of water items like kayaks, paddle boards, snorkel equipment and my personal favorite, floating mats. It's close to everything like good restaurants and grocery store but far away to be private. It has it's own gate and security team monitoring the home. It was simply awesome!"
    Guest: Greg Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: June 6, 2016
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  • Beautiful

    "We were fortunate enough to be the guests of friends in this beautiful home. From the moment we arrived we were greeted by an adorable young lady named Lizzie and the housekeeper Miriam. They welcomed us and made us feel right at home. The home is equipped with absolutely everything from nice beach towels, to ample bath towels, hair dryers, tennis raquets and balls, even sun block and Off were available to us. Appliances are updated, washer and dryer are top notch and detergent was already in the machine. They don't miss a beat. The beds are comfy with nice pillows and down comforters. The home is warm and inviting, as well as the exterior amenities. Many private outdoor areas, a gas grill, a fire pit to enjoy an evening cocktail by, a beautiful pool, and ample chaise lounge chairs. The tennis courts and beach are only steps away. They kindly recommended several wonderful restaurants. They are the owners of a restaurant also named Coyaba, interestingly we stumbled upon that. Their restaurant was as nice as their home. The food was amazing as well as the service. It was our most enjoyable meal while on the island, I highly recommend it!"
    Guest: Amy L. Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: February 11, 2016
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  • 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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  • Great property and convenient location

    "Great property with 4 bedrooms available in two separate apartments in one house. Each room had it's own bathroom. Not far from the airport and along the way, you can stop at a supermarket to stock up on supplies. Pool is great and convenient along with a gas grill. Beach is a bit of a walk through a unpaved path but once you get there, you will see a secluded area with clear blue water. We took beach chairs and umbrellas that was available in the pool area. We had a great time as the weather was nice and sunny for a few hours. Grace Bay is not too far away by car. We went there for two days and enjoyed the shops and restaurants. Marsha was very hospitable and we also met Charlie and Leia! Strongly recommend to anybody visiting Provo in Turks and Caicos!"
    Guest: shokjak Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 3, 2016
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