We stayed here for 4 days at the end of a two week diving trip to Salt Cay and Grand Turk. 5 people in all, so the three bedrooms and two baths worked out perfectly. We did some cooking, mainly breakfasts and post dive late lunches, so the fully equipped kitchen worked out great for us. Each bedroom has a split unit A/C (quiet) and there was one big one in the living room common area that kept the place at 72 degrees (sorry for the electric bill, Shannon). The common area is very large with plenty of furniture--couches, chairs, and a dining room table.
The deck has plenty of seating also, with lounges and another large table in the shaded area. From the deck, you look out onto a very nice beach with plenty of shelling and/or sea glass collecting. The water right offshore is good for snorkeling with rocks and coral. Every night we were there we had drinks on the deck to get the sun to set (if you don't do that, it will stay up all night). See the dog on the wall? His name is Paws. The sun sets right behind him. Four dogs adopted up on our stay--all very polite and attentive.
We have been to Grand Turk many times in the last 15 years, but never had stayed here. It is only about 200 yards from our favorite dive shop, Grand Turk Diving, which is across the road from the Osprey Hotel. If you choose not to cook, there are plenty of places to eat within a 15 minute walk--the Osprey, Sand Bar, etc.
One interesting surprise for us was that, after just getting eaten up by mosquitoes a few hundred yards up the road, there were none here. The reason, I think, was that this place gets a good strong breeze all the time.
Bob & Margie Speir