Parrot Cay Two Bedroom Beach HouseTurks and Caicos
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What we love
- Ultimate beachfront location
- Uninterrupted sea views
- Private swimming pool
- Private butler
These new two-bedroom beach houses sit nestled among the sand dunes with uninterrupted ocean views. Filled with Caribbean sun, they comprise two ensuite bedrooms, a spacious living and dining area, a large outdoor deck and private swimming pool. Each two-bedroom beach house also comes with the services of butler.
Parrot Cay range of rooms, suites and villas is unique among luxury resorts in the Caribbean. We also have Parrot Cay Estate, a five-minute buggy ride away from the resort in a part of the island known as Rocky Point. Here, the privately owned three- and five-bedroom houses, as well as larger compounds with multiple homes, are available for rental and prove ideal for larger gatherings.
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- Private Pool
- Sea Views
- Air Conditioning
In-Depth Villa Details
- Two 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
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.
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.