Welcome to "BEACHSIDEBUNGALOW" our private home directly on the beach. No tourists or high rises, just you and your loved one on the beach -- it doesn't get much better than this! It's like you found your own private island. Grand Turk is a special little quiet place which has yet to be discovered by the masses. Read all our 50 plus - 5 star reviews on our main booking website BeachsideBungalow.... Whole house air-conditioned, many places in the Turks are not..
“We loved this rental so much! I would give it 10 stars for location if I could. It took us a day to feel comfortable but once we had our golf cart and groceries, we didn’t want to leave. I highly recommend reserving the golf cart with Omar beforehand so he can have it waiting for you in the driveway. The large side was already booked so the five of us stayed on the small side...my 18 yr old daughter slept on the couch and it was just fine. One of the best parts was watching the cruise ships leave and having the island go quiet again. Star gazing at night on the deserted beach was amazing! We would definitely book again. Thank you.”
Please note: - The offending dog mentioned in some of the reviews has now moved to a nice new home. Pelican House is located on the island of Grand Turk, (not Providenciales) located mid island and less than a minutes walk to the beach. We are centrally and ideally located and a short walk to all the dives shops, bars, restaurants & grocery stores. The studios are spacious, well equipped & comfortable.
Villa Azul is located on nearly half an acre with 130 ft of beach front and a huge swimming pool right in the middle. Soak in the pool or laze on the deck and take in the crystal turquoise ocean panorama that Grand Turk is so famous for. The cool ocean trade winds and sounds of waves lapping only 50 feet from the house take all cares away while you relax with a tropical drink and watch the most amazing sunsets you will ever see.
“Villa Azul is an amazing place to stay. The home is immaculate and there is no deferred maintenance, which is difficult in a tropical marine environment. Because the hosts live next door, they are able to stay on top of everything and offer amenities like a sparkling clean pool, lounge chairs and umbrellas on the beach, and even a daily raking of the beach itself. The house is very well appointed and the linens, towels, appliances and such are all top of the line. There are lots of french doors to allow a steady breeze through the house and a large screened patio with a huge table and sectional couch where we ate most meals. There is AC in all the rooms though we only used them in our bedrooms while sleeping. To the north the beach is wild and lonesome for long quiet walks. To the south there are a few people; literally 3-4 that appeared over Christmas week from the Bohio dive resort and a few rental houses. Cockburn Town is a few miles away and the cruise ships are at the opposite end of the island, so having a car is a good idea. There are several grocery stores with most essentials and fresh produce, but bring coffee, cheese, snack items, and a liter of your favorite alcohol in your luggage. There is nothing close to the quality of Villa Azul anywhere on the island. EG and Colin are a wonderful couple who are living their dream and sharing it with the rest of us. On that note, they had suggestions for a private chef who made our Christmas dinner (Ed from Ridge Cafe, amazing experience), for a local dive operator (Grand Turk Divers, hi Jason, Smitty and Daniel!) and even a local who rented us his car, a roomy Honda Odyssey which was able to carry us and our gear (hi Art!). They also recommended a local (renowned) fishermen who took us out on his 29 foot center console for an exciting afternoon of deep sea fishing; we caught 8 yellow fin tuna and a barracuda, and fought three 100# wahoos that broke off near the boat (hi Kell, Joe and Catherine!). EG and Colin even offer "dog therapy" with three friendly potcakes (ask EG what that means). Grand Turk is a bit battered and run down from hurricanes and such, but the beaches are beautiful and the scuba diving along the west wall is fantastic. Except for the cruise ship passengers who come and go like the tides, it is uncrowded and authentically Caribbean.”