Parrot Cay One Bedroom Beach HouseTurks and Caicos
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What we love
- Private swimming pool and sundeck
- Ocean views from the four-poster bed
- Located on the white sandy beachfront
Isolation and romance are the order of the day at Parrot Cay, a 1,000-acre private island. Located 575 miles south of Miami, the only way to reach this resort is by a 35-minute boat trip from Providenciales. Situated on the one-mile long beach, these sleek one-bedroom properties sleep a maximum of two and combine a relaxed beach-house aesthetic with modern minimalism. Esteemed interior architect Keith Hobbs designed the sun-soaked rooms with whitewashed wood, cotton upholstery and rich teak furniture. All guests have access to the resort's amenities, which include the Shambhala wellness retreat, water sports centre and tennis courts.
The layout of this beach house allows you to enjoy sweeping ocean views from the comfort of your large voile-draped four-poster bed. Slip on your complimentary bathrobe and take your coffee out to the conservatory to enjoy breakfast with a view. Sunbathe on your own deck, with privacy hedges providing total seclusion. To cool off, take a dip in your exclusive plunge pool or stroll straight into the ocean – this property is right on the beach. A spacious lounge with a dining area gives you space to entertain, should friends or family choose to hire the property next door.
Whether you decide to spend your days rocking in your hammock and enjoying the gentle ocean breeze, or getting out and exploring Parrot Cay, the team are on hand to tailor your perfect experience. Jog through banana and coconut plantations on the dedicated running trail, sip wine on a sunset cruise along the Turks and Caicos coastline or take a kayaking trip through the island's wetlands – discovering diverse wildlife that few people ever get to see. Afterwards, enjoy a hot river stone massage at Shambhala before indulging in a four-course private dinner for two on the beach.
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- Private Pool
- Sea Views
- Air Conditioning
In-Depth Villa Details
- Four-poster bed 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
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.
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.