Five Little Cays House gets its name from the five tiny islands situated in the Caribbean Sea just a few hundred yards beyond the villa's tranquil private beach. The home is virtually surrounded by water. The turquoise Caribbean Sea can be viewed from almost every room, starting from the moment you step into the front foyer and gaze through the home's expansive living room, beyond its 18-foot, rear sliding-glass doors to the pool, and down a private path to the ocean.
Equally as breathtaking is the view of Juba Salina inlet, which can be seen from two of the villa's bedrooms, its living room, both side patios, and its front porch and driveway.
Nestled in serene Turtle Tail on the south side of Providenciales, Five Little Cays House ensures guests' complete privacy yet is barely a 10-minute drive to another beach - this one public - world-renowned Grace Bay Beach and the restaurants and bars of Provo's north shore.
Five Little Cays House can accommodate eight adults in luxury and features seven sets of French doors. It has been decorated in a traditional West Indies plantation style with dark-wood furniture, including leather and rattan sofas and chairs.
The spacious, open-plan Living and Dining areas at Five Little Cays House are airy and architecturally pleasing, boasting seven 10-foot circular support columns and a two-story-high cupola with exposed beams. An 18-foot telescoping sliding-door system (with slide-away screens) overlooks the pool, the Caribbean Sea, and Five Little Cays. You will not believe the views!
Five Little Cays House is not only cooled by the island's almost constant Atlantic trade winds, as well as its 15 ceiling fans (there is at least one in every room, including all five bathrooms), but, for those warmer days, guests can utilize the villa's 120,000 BTU, individually zoned central air-conditioning system. There are discreet, remote-controlled units in every room, which allow guests to monitor their own temperature levels throughout Five Little Cays House.
There is a surround-sound stereo system in the Living, Dining, and Kitchen areas, as well as on the Pool/Patio Area. The villa offers a full selection of entertainment equipment: Satellite TV, VCR, DVD, and CD players, and a generous selection of VHS tapes, DVDs, CDs, and books from which to choose. The villa also has telephones for local use, with the ability to make long distance/international calls using a credit card.
Five Little Cays House's Dining Area has a dark-wood West Indies-style table that seats eight, with French doors overlooking the pool, the Caribbean Sea, and Five Little Cays. The Dining Area is adjacent to a spacious Kitchen, which also has a view overlooking the pool, the Caribbean Sea, and Five Little Cays, and comes fully equipped with service for eight, as well as all the usual amenities (including conventional and microwave/convection ovens, a refrigerator/freezer, dishwasher, clothes washer/dryer, coffee maker, blender, etc.).
Five Little Cays House has four bedrooms, including one luxury Master Suite. All bedrooms have 11-foot tray ceilings and French doors leading out onto one of two Side Patios or onto the rear Pool Patio. The Master Suite boasts a King-size low four-poster bed and three sets of French doors (one set leads to a Side Patio and two sets out onto the rear Pool Patio), a walk-in closet (with a safe for valuables), and His/Her en suite bathrooms (one with a Jacuzzi tub overlooking the pool, the Caribbean Sea, and Five Little Cays, and the other with a large, tiled shower stall).
Bedrooms #2 and #3 are identical in size, each with a Queen-size West Indies-style dark-wood bed (both four-posters), an en suite bathroom with a tiled shower stall, and a view to the north of the picturesque Juba Salina inlet (everywhere you look at Five Little Cays House you see sparkling, turquoise water!).
Bedroom #4 has a Queen-size West Indies-style dark-wood bed, and is conveniently located adjacent to a guest bathroom with a tiled shower room.
Beach and patio furniture, two kayaks, pool flotation devices, a BBQ gas grill, and an outside shower are available for guest use, as is Five Little Cays House's private pool (with built-in lounge shelves for sitting immersed in water while sunbathing or reading - try it, you may never want to leave!). The Pool Patio Area is shaded by two sun-brellas - covered pergolas, one to each side of the main Living Area.
A private pathway leads from the Pool Patio Area down to the private beach. Enjoy a plunge in the shallow, bath-warm waters of the Caribbean Sea, or enjoy a swim out to Five Little Cays at the edge of the Caicos Bank, where lobster, conch, and a plethora of local fish await catching for dinner.
Plenty of bed linens and bath and beach towels are provided at Five Little Cays House for your comfort. Arrangements can easily be made to provide you with a private chef for meals, spa specialists for beauty treatments and various types of massage, and guides for private fishing, diving, and eco-tourism excursions.
At Five Little Cays House, it's all about being pampered. No detail has been overlooked.
Bedroom 1 - Master
King size bed, TV, air conditioner, safe, ceiling fan, En suite bathroom with Jacuzzi tub and shower.
Queen size bed, air conditioning, ceiling fan, En suite bathroom with shower.
Queen size bed, air conditioning, ceiling fan, En suite bathroom with shower.
Queen size bed, air conditioning , ceiling fan, En suite bathroom with shower.
Five Little Cays House has a $400 allowance for electric use. The first $400 is included in the rental, beyond this the guest pays at the going rate per kwh.
Additional amenities include: beach chairs, coffee maker, bath tub, shower, pool toys, ac central, metered, ice maker.TripAdvisor property ID 3893565...Read more
Left on 03/20/2013 for a stay in May 2005 | .Reviewed Mar 20, 2013Stayed May 2005
Very relaxing vacation. Lots of fishing and kayaking at Five Little Cays House. The kids enjoyed searching for shells in the morning in their PJs. J&B Safari Tours was great (we experienced lots of places in very beautiful parts of the Turks & Caicos Islands)! The restaurant Coyaba was very yummy! Pizza Pizza has good pizza, just like home! Great diving, and a beautiful view, and home, at Five Little Cays House. Everyone agreed that Five Little Cays House was wonderful! The Master Bedroom is awesome! So was \"snuba\" diving, and Iguana Island.
Left on 03/20/2013 for a stay in December 2005 | M .Reviewed Mar 20, 2013Stayed Dec 2005
We came, we saw, we went... That\'s what we were going to write, but we fell in love with the Turks so much we are thinking of buying our own place here... A wonderful start to the New Year of 2006... May all who follow at Five Little Cays House enjoy as much as we did...
Left on 03/20/2013 for a stay in May 2005 | June .Reviewed Mar 20, 2013Stayed May 2005
Well, what can we say? This has been the most wonderful time we have ever had! We managed to de-stress and have a fabulous time! The accommodations were wonderful, and the beach and the weather were God-sent! Thank you for your gracious hospitality, and we hope to do this again!
Left on 03/20/2013 for a stay in July 2005 | George .Reviewed Mar 20, 2013Stayed Jul 2005
Thank you for the wonderful accommodations on our fantastic vacation! We were very comfortable here, and loved being in a \"home\" environment, as opposed to hotel rooms. The pool was such a fun gathering spot! We enjoyed wading, swimming, and kayaking out to the Five Little Cays in the Caribbean Sea off your beach. Scuba diving and deep sea fishing were fun! The sights are beautiful here, and the locals are very friendly
Left on 03/20/2013 for a stay in August 2005 | Vicki .Reviewed Mar 20, 2013Stayed Aug 2005
Fantastic villa with breath-taking views! We loved Turks & Caicos -- amazing snorkeling, beautiful soft beaches, most excellent weather, friendly people, and great restaurants with excellent cuisine! We couldn\'t ask for a more beautiful and relaxing vacation. It\'s too bad we had to leave and go back home. Thanks for having us as guests, and perhaps we can visit another time. GREAT EVERYTHING! Geckos rule! Thanks!
Left on 03/20/2013 for a stay in July 2005 | Carlos .Reviewed Mar 20, 2013Stayed Jul 2005
Thank you for sharing your beautiful villa with us. We enjoyed our stay very much. You have built and furnished a truly nice home in Five Little Cays House. We recommend Devon and Tekorah Hayles for those looking for private in-villa chefs. They cooked wonderful meals for us with great local flavors, and we enjoyed every one! For those looking to fish, we recommend Captain Edward of \"Catch-a-Wave\" at Leeward Marina. We went bottom fishing and caught 3 sharks, 1 big red snapper, and multiple groupers in half a day. It was just great! Devon and Tekorah Hayles cooked the fish for us in a delicious way! For those who like snorkeling, we recommend \"Reef Peepers.\" They have a great glass bottom boat that is ideal for large families. We had a great vacation! Many thanks!
Left on 03/20/2013 for a stay in August 2005 | Chris .Reviewed Mar 20, 2013Stayed Aug 2005
We had a wonderful time staying in your beautiful villa. We enjoyed sitting by the pool, kayaking in the Caribbean Sea, and the amazing view. The meals at the restaurants your recommended were great (Parallel 23 at The Palms, Grace\'s Cottage at Point Grace, Hemingway\'s at The Sands). And the sunset at Anacaona at The Grace Bay Club was terrific. Thank you so very much for letting us share in your home.
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