Ocean View W/Golf Cart-Balcony Studio-Grand Turk
0,8 km vom Stadtzentrum, Cockburn Town, Turks und Caicos-Inseln
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TCI Assured Compliant-COVID 19 Certification ?? Owned and operated by Captain Ed of Exclusive Escapes Grand Turk, a 5 ⭐️ Boat Charter. Specializing in breath-taking sights, snorkeling, pristine waters & much more. Your studio apartment is located less than 200 steps from a secluded pristine white sandy beach. -You can enjoy ? from the jetty, ? on the reef or just relax and soak up the ☀️. We are located less than a 5 minute golf cart drive to the following. DIVING ? -Blue Water Divers -Grand Turk Diving Company -Oasis Divers RESTAURANTS ? -Sandbar Restaurant -Osprey Beach Restaurant -Salt Raker Restaurant -Turks Head Inne Restaurant ETC. -Laundry Services -Grocery Mart You have private access with a spiral staircase to the second level. -From the balcony enjoy your morning ☕️ while you bask in the ambiance as the ☀️ slips away casting fiery hues of orange and yellow. For your convenience a golf cart is available during duration of stay?? Included in Ocean View Studio -Daily local recommendations as needed -Airport transfer at arrival and departure may be coordinated on our behalf at a cost of $10 USD per passenger each way. Checkout our 500+ TripAdvisor & Instagram reviews! -exclusiveescapesgrandturk ^Please note a 12% tax is collected at checkin on all bookings per TCI regulation. We are located on the West Side of the island. -Near all dive shops, restaurants & beaches. -The West Side of the island offers calm and serine waters as wind conditions are breezy or less. *This prevents seaweed and trash washing ashore. Grand Turk is a must-visit on any Turks and Caicos itinerary. This beautiful by nature sleepy island is packed with historical and cultural significance. Things to do in Grand Turk -Grand Turk Light House -Turks and Caicos National Museum -Gibbs Cay W/ Exclusive Escapes Grand Turk -Walking Trails *Catch site of various Caribbean birds like our vibrant pink ? Every once in a while, you will meet a wild donkey or ? which were used as transport animals in the salt industry era.