|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
A Beachfront house: three full bedrooms, master suite with private bath and full ocean view, second bedroom with two twin beds, third bedroom- game room/ family room with sleeper couch, sleeps two. It is really comfortable, we have tried it out to make sure!
The house is brand new and everything in it is new. It includes all the modern amenities; dishwasher, clothes washer and dryer etc. There is a wrap around porch, outdoor beach side deck and outdoor shower.
Martin and I have been long time friends with Grand Turk! Martin started coming to Grand Turk with his folks in 1964. They fell in love with the island and made a home there. It had just been electrified! Martin brought me once we were engaged in 1974 and we have been coming ever since. When we arrive each time our friends say, "Welcome home!"
Martin and Donna Seim purchased this cottage in 2014
Lucayan Shores is a very special property, once belonging to the Lucayan Indians, the original settlers on the island. Archaeological finds have confirmed that Lucayan Indians returned seasonally to this exact shore, 600 to 800 years ago, which we have
lovingly named after them.
We built these four cottages in the style of an old Bermudian cottage on the outside and full of modern comforts on the inside! The beach is a lovely walking beach, encouraging beach combing and bird watching. The sunsets are spectacular! We do love these Lucayan Shores!
Beautiful property that is exactly as described, comfy beds too. The beach is very private and offers a nice calm place to swim. The Bohio dive resort is an easy walk up the beach where you can get food or a drink and to meet other visitors to the island. Grand Turk is a welcoming safe island that we would like to visit again.
Our family thoroughly enjoyed our time at Lemon Meringue. We felt welcome and well taken care of in every detail. The quiet island pace was a perfect escape for the holidays. Great restaurants, diving, and snorkelling. We experienced a sting ray breaching the water right in front of the beach. We rented a golf cart and made the most of this mode of transportation around the island.
Thanks very much we really enjoyed your property and beautiful island.
I would order another slice of the Lemon Meringue any day. The house had a great layout. From making dinners in the kitchen to eating and playing games in the open dining room this house was made to enjoy the company of those whom you're with.
We found the end of the road privacy a special treat as well. Hours of beach time heading North, offered quiet white sand loaded with treasures to examine and appreciate.
Deb was splendid as well. The minute we landed our collective stress levels dissolved. Deb's easy manner and helpful tips ensured a great stay at a great house.
I highly recommend this house to any group or family that wants to get away and get back to the simple joys of life.
Our time at Lemon Meringue was so relaxing and so comfortable both inside and outside. This house has the best material used in kitchen and bathrooms, with clean beautiful furnishings, and top-notch appliances. The lemon-colored Bermudian style home with its matching colored gate and white fencing and veranda were so cheerful and pleasing to see and enjoy every day. The landscaping with its tropical plants and palms were neatly manicured and further added to the beauty of this property.
As a bonus, this property was located directly on the beach of the west side of Grand Turk. We were blessed with blue skies and colorful sunsets. The beach area had soft sand and was great for exploring for shells washed up, and for lounging on the raised platform to read a book with or without an umbrella.
We had the pleasure of seeing white egrets and herons fly in and land on the lawn, usually in the morning hours. Wild donkeys and horses on the road into Cockburn Town made for a very natural, countrylike ambience for suburban dwellers like us. We had four wonderful days diving with Grand Turk Diving, seeing the Lighthouse and the Cruise Port, and eating wonderful meals at the local restaurants. A must-see was the Turks and Caicos Museum.
The owners, Martin and Donna Seim, were very gracious and welcoming and did everything to make our stay memorable. We thoroughly enjoyed Lemon Meringue and the friendly people of Grand Turk! We thank them for sharing their home with us.
We were a family of 6 adults (4 adult kids) and loved the quiet peacefulness of this cottage. On our first morning, we were greeted by 4 wild horses flying down the beach.
It was a great place to unwind, reacquaint with each other and chill on the lovely veranda.
Every day we did long beach walks and watched the sunset. The days were spent Diving or Snorkeling with Blue Water Dives which we also highly recommend.
You definitely need hard sole booties to swim anywhere near the cottage as the coral is sharp and plentiful.
As we were a family of 6 adults who love to cook and who also wanted to avoid the high costs of good meals on Grand Turk, we did find the kitchen appliances(stove, dishwasher) basic. Also in the third bedroom with the Swedish pull out sofa - the sofa was much to small for 2 adults... it would have been fine for 2 children or one adult.
There was a drought and by the third day we had run out run out of water. This was dealt with within 45 minutes so we were pleased with the response.
All-in-all a good place for a family reunion.
Our stay was perfect! It was comfortable, private and beautiful! The owners thought of everything ( even a wonderful beach umbrella so we didn't burn up) . Grand Turk is relaxing and exquisite!
Lucayan Shores is located on the north west beach just minutes from the Bohio Dive Resort (Bar, Restaurant, snorkeling, diving trips, Etc.). Historic Cockburn Town and the Grand Turk National Museum are a few short minutes away by car, bike or golf cart.This is a brand new home on a very private stretch of beach.
Grand Turk is only @ 7 miles long so everything is really close. If you are looking for "action", at the southern tip of the island you will find the Cruise terminal for bars, music, shopping and one of the largest fresh water pools in the Caribbean. (When the ships are in!) The northern tip features one of the oldest lighthouses in the Caribbean as well as cliffs for seabirds and dramatic views of the 2 1/2 mile North Reef, site of shipwrecks, rescues and drama.
In between you may explore superb birding sites, wild donkeys and horses grazing along the road, beaches such as Governors Beach and Pillory Beach, as well as the unique architecture and history of Grand Turk and Cockburn Town.
Stroll down the unique and beautiful Duke Street continuing on to Front Street and a visit to the National Museum. You won't be disappointed! Pull up a chair and have a break at Barbie's or the Sandbar. Peek in to the Anglican Church or the library. This is an area that rewards strolling around and exploring.
Most of the visitors who stay on Grand Turk are well aware of the world famous waters surrounding the island and the fantastic diving and snorkeling adventures awaiting just offshore. You do not need to take long boat trips to arrive at dive sites, they are right offshore. All of the dive shops on the island will be happy to guide your water adventures, including trips to Salt Cay, Gibb Cay, whale watch trips and more.
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My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
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