Locally known as "The Boathouse", our home is nestled within the gorgeous, quiet neighborhood of Thompson's Cove. You would never know that we are located only 5 minutes from the airport! Your private deck looks out over the canal, where you will often see turtles poking their heads out of the water. Take a leisurely 15 minute walk down the beach, and you will find the world famous "Da Conch Shack", great for lunch, rum punches, and dinner.
Our home is located in Thompson Cove, fronting a quiet canal and just one lot back from the beach. Thompson Cove is a unique area of Provo, where you are likely to see turtles and schools of fish swimming in the canal, and many birds (osprey, humming birds, night herons, etc) flying overhead and often nesting. Your room includes a queen bed, private deck, private bathroom, and a private den equipped with a TV which has Netflix. Even though we do not have air conditioning, you will find a lovely breeze flows through your room - many guests have asked for an extra blanket!
Toegang voor gasten
You are welcome and encouraged to use our kitchen, as well as our decks. We have a gas BBQ and a built-in stone BBQ that you are most welcome to use.
Interactie met gasten
We have lived here for over 18 years, and would be very happy to share our knowledge of the Turks and Caicos Islands with you. (if you want).
Andere dingen waar je op moet letten
The Turks and Caicos collects a 12% accomodation tax, which we have built into your price. You will not be billed anything additional.
We have two dogs and two cats who are very friendly. They are not allowed in the bedrooms but enjoy being with us in the kitchen and living areas. This is a quiet neighbourhood, but occasionally you might be awakened by dogs barking, and neighbourhood roosters doing their thing. As my husband and I both work full time, we ask that you be conscious of our weekday quiet hours at night.
Life Motto? Keep doing it until it stops being fun!! We moved down to TCI with two babies in 1999. We were going to stay for only one year, and now.... 18 years later our kids are back in Canada at school and we are still here. LOVING Turks and Caicos! We started our love affair with the Caribbean when we got married - as we took a year off to sail from Toronto to the Bahamas on a small monohull. When we returned to Canada, we got "real" jobs, but spent every vacation chartering sailboats throughout the Caribbean. We realized the hustle and bustle of city life was not for us... and here we are today.