11 Bedroom Villa at ResidenceTurks and Caicos
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A seven-minute buggy ride from the main resort takes you to this Caribbean villa rental compound—Parrot Cay’s largest. The five-bedroom main residence and two three-bedroom guest houses can be rented individually or together.
Comfortable living areas and dining areas provide ample room for festive gatherings—you have your 24-hour private butler on hand—and meals of all sizes can be enjoyed inside or out with the sweeping sundeck and large private pool.
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- Private Pool
- Sea Views
In-Depth Villa Details
- Four-poster beds with white voile draping
- Air conditioning and colonial-style ceiling fan
- Private verandah or sundeck
- Direct dial telephone with voicemail
- Fax machine on request
- Electronic in-room safe
- Bathtub and shower
- WiFi and high speed Internet access
- Radio and CD player
- Satellite 32” or 42” TV and DVD player
- Complimentary coffee/tea making facilities
- Yoga mat (on request)
- Complimentary flip-flops
- Shambhala bathroom amenities
- Butler service (Two-bedroom beach villas, Villa or larger private residences only)
Stay at The Residence and you will experience our personalised butlers. Their role is to ease you through your arrival, organise castaway picnics with the children and arrange meals, becoming your chief activities planners during your stay.
Offering some of the most varied dining in the Turks and Caicos, our menus draw from the Caribbean’s rich seafood larder while emphasizing all that is fresh, local and organic wherever possible. Our relaxed poolside Lotus restaurant serves light Caribbean-inspired dishes during the day and contemporary Asian at night, while the Terrace restaurant specializes in modern Mediterranean.
Our delicious and nutritious Shambhala Cuisine, meanwhile, maximizes energy and wellbeing, and our extensive room service menus let you enjoy meals in complete privacy with beach picnics, tiki hut dinners and poolside meals at your villa.
Discover the calming spirit of our Turks and Caicos spa resort at Shambhala Retreat where we offer holistic, Asian-inspired treatments including Ayurveda, aromatherapy, Pilates and other holistic approaches to mental quietude, physical wellbeing and spiritual balance.
Facilities, which are open to 16-year-olds and upwards, include a sweeping yoga room aired by natural breezes, nine treatment rooms, an outdoor Jacuzzi garden, a Pilate’s studio, double massage rooms and Japanese baths—all in low-lying pavilions overlooking the North Caicos Channel and the surrounding wetlands.
Events and Facilities
Our staff at Parrot Cay brings a uniquely personal approach to event planning in the Turks and Caicos, both for weddings and other celebrations, including corporate events on a white-sand beach.
Our highly customized level of service is always combined with gourmet culinary offerings, all in the most secluded of private island environments.
We will confidently arrange the entire event from flowers to music and a castaway seafood feast. Celebrations can also be held at the privately owned residences that comprise Parrot Cay Estate.
Parrot Cay is a secluded private island in the Turks and Caicos, an island chain in the relatively undeveloped Northern Caribbean. The island’s 1,000 acres include pristine white beaches and the opportunity to experience first-hand the rhythms of the natural world with no cars, pollution or streetlights. Parrot Cay’s location in the archipelago also makes it well placed to explore the Turks and Caicos Islands in their entirety, while its safe, private locale makes Parrot Cay very appealing to families.
The Turks and Caicos Islands currently have two full service international airports, on Providenciales and Grand Turk, as well as a limited entry international airport on South Caicos. All other islands have domestic airports, with the exception of East and West Caicos, which are uninhabited.
Visitors must hold a valid passport. Proof of onward transportation is also required on entry. International visitors to Parrot Cay usually enter the islands via Providenciales to take advantage of an easy 50-minute car and boat transfer to the resort.
There is a saying that if God made the Caribbean, he must have been a sailor. Indeed, many would argue that boat is the very best way to arrive.
Private sailors are reminded that they must clear customs and immigration on arrival. The Turks and Caicos are well set up to make this process easy.
There are a number of facilities at Providenciales, including a full service marina at Turtle Cove Marina (www.tcmarina.com; -649 941 3781), as well as entry facilities. Other marinas on Providenciales include South Side Marina, Leeward Marina and Caicos Marina and Shipyard.
Another popular docking point is Sapodilla Bay on Providenciales’ south side. Customs and immigration clearance here can be arranged through AL Services (www.al-services.tc; -649 941 3267).
There are also dozens of cruise liners that stop at the Turks and Caicos, landing at the new state of the art terminal in Grand Turk. Transfers to all the other islands can be made from here.
Complimentary daily breakfast
Complimentary daily afternoon tea served in the resort library
Complimentary daily replenishment of your fruit basket
Participation in complimentary scheduled activities (Yoga & Pilates)
Complimentary non-motorized water sport activities provided by the resort