Hiatus Breeze

From $158 / night

Cherokee Road, Providenciales TKCA 1ZZ, Turks and Caicos
Hiatus Breeze
1 bedrooms
2 guests
3 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 2
Type: Apartment
Per night: $175 - $250
Per week: $1,200 - $1,400
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Providenciales vacation apartment rental
This fully furnished one bedroom, one bathroom apartment offers the quiet, laid-back atmosphere of island living, amazing ocean views, tranquil sunsets and never-ending breezes. It is adjoined to the owners' mean dwelling and is located on the second level of the two-storey house, with its own private stairway that leads to the apartment entrance.

Martha Harris

Area Information
Unbelievable view of the Atlantic Ocean, the Blue Hills North Shore, and the Turtle Cove Marina. A secluded pristine, sandy beach is less than 5 mins walking distance from the apartment.

About the owner

Owner Profile

Martha Harris

Martha Harris

Martha Harris

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    Some college
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    Christian School Administrator
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    I am 5 ft 3
    Always smiling
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Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Dec 21 2016 Apr 30 2017 $250 $250 $1,400 $5,550 3 Nights
May 01 2017 Dec 20 2017 $175 $175 $1,200 $4,750 3 Nights
Lodging tax: 12%
Deposits: A deposit of $200.00 and 50% rental payment is due at least 30 days prior to the Check-in Date.
Payment Options: Money Order

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Are there any fun things to do?
A: The main draw to the Turks and Caicos are the unparalleled beaches. The unforgettable Grace Bay Beach is the general favorite, but many smaller secluded beaches can be found on Providenciales. Hiatus Breeze is located just five minutes walk to Babalua Beach, a very popular, but quiet beach.

The reefs around the Turks and Caicos are amazing, with plenty of sea animals, healthy coral and impressive walls. If diving isn’t for you, try one of the prime snorkeling spots found close off the coast of Providenciales or take a snorkeling boat cruise out to the barrier reef.

Found between Providenciales and North Caicos are a string of small islands with miles of deserted beaches. In the eight mile strip of islands are crystal waters, snorkeling sites and on one of the islands the indigenous Turks and Caicos Rock Iguanas. Only the two largest islands in this group (Pine Cay and Parrot Cay) are inhabited.

A half hour ferry boat ride east of Providenciales are the quiet islands of North and Middle Caicos. These islands have far less development and more natural attractions than Providenciales and are a great choice if you’re looking for an adventure.

Several local tour operators offer guided excursions into the shallow mangrove wetlands where wildlife can be seen close-up.

Parasailing a a great experience also: gliding at 200 hundred feet in the air over Grace Bay is an amazing experience! Along with seeing the resorts, the beach and the fascinating ridges of coral that run perpendicular to the barrier reef, it’s also possible to spot larger sea animals in the water below.
Q: Are there any local foods that I would enjoy trying?
A: Many people on vacation like to try new foods prepared in the local way. Providenciales offers a few local restaurants serving traditional cuisine. The one thing that completely sets us apart is the lack of fast food restaurants. There is no McDonalds, Burger King, Subway, or KFC in Providenciales or any other island in the Turks and Caicos.
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