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Grand Turk Vacation Home Rentals(1)

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$300 - $350
per night
4 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 6
4 night minimum stay
2 Reviews
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Recent Grand Turk Reviews

Don't judge a book by its cover!

4 of 5
When we first pulled up to the house, we were concerned by the worn and weathered look of the outside of the house but….don‘t judge a book by its cover!! We couldn’t have been happier with our stay at this house! Although the pictures on the site are a bit outdated, it was perfect. Perfect location to “town”, most of the restaurants, and dive shops. We needed a place to stay for 3 adults and a 5 year old. There was plenty of room for all of us and the master bedroom and bathroom had a privacy door that separated us from the living area. Everything was neat, clean and plenty of supplies throughout the house including towels, soaps, etc. Only 3 things about the house that we’d have liked which is a dresser in the little bedroom my son used (I didn’t have anywhere to keep his clothes for the duration of our stay), a phone, and a safe. Although I’m sure this island is really safe, we were traveling with a lot of cash and had nowhere to keep it. And without a phone, it was difficult planning things to do around the island. Luckily, everyone is so incredibly nice, many people offered to make calls for us or let us use their phones! Also, don't expect the property manager to check in on you during your stay which is good for the most part that she isn't intruding but there were times we could have used some recommendations for local activities. There’s a dirt road leading from the main street, Duke Street, to the house. It is a very, very short walk to the Osprey Hotel (the "fine" dining on the island where we ate breakfast and dinner a lot). Grand Turk Dive shop is directly across the street from the Osprey and offers bike rentals (but be prepared to pay an outrageous deposit per day per bike!!!!). Be sure to eat at the Secret Garden, too which is just down from Grand Turk diving…they have the best prices, the best food and the best people working there. We weren’t thrilled with The Sandbar restaurant but if you eat there check your receipt before you pay!! There are a lot of other really good local places to eat away from Duke Street… Barbie’s, the Poop Deck, Jack’s Shack. Oh and be mindful of the time as many of the restaurants stop serving at certain times of the day…they are definitely on their own schedules and not for us tourists. With the house right on the beach, we could go for long walks down beautiful white sand beaches with hardly another person around. It was great! Loved the house and the location and Grand Turk!
  • Submitted: Apr 25, 2014
  • Stayed: Mar 2014