Booking here will be the least expensive way – no extra charges from a booking site like VRBO or Airbnb

Sea Gull and Sandpiper Rentals are perfect for:

  • Honeymoons & Anniversaries: Your celebration deserves an escape where you don’t have to sidestep throngs of tourists or share the beach with thousands of other couples.

  • Romantic Getaways: Romance doesn’t have to be a special occasion. Beachside Bungalow is the perfect choice for couples in search of a picture-perfect destination with plenty of alone time.

  • Retirees: Peace and quiet reign supreme on Grand Turk. The island’s pace is slow and steady – the ideal choice for vacationers who value both the journey and the destination.

  • Privacy seekers: If you value privacy and seclusion, there’s no better place than Beachside Bungalow. Most of the time, you’ll have the beach and Caribbean Sea all to yourself.

  • Families: Families that embrace independent travel will love our home and Grand Turk, where every day dawns with the opportunity to explore new beaches, sample island cuisine, and tackle a new adventure.

What You’ll Love:

  • Ocean Views: We’re just steps from the Caribbean, and your master bedroom and den have beautiful views to the sea.

  • Semi-Private Beach: Our beach is so secluded, there’s rarely another soul in sight. Don your skimpiest beachwear, cozy up to your honey, and don’t worry about showing a little PDA; it’s hardly even P (public) on our beach.

  • World-class SCUBA Diving: Grand Turk is consistently rated as one of the top 10 diving destinations in the world.

  • Beachfront Fish Market: Grand Turk’s incredible beachfront fish market – a casual affair where local fishermen pull their dinghies up onto the sand – is just 100 yards from our bungalow. Stop by to stock up on fresh lobster, conch, grouper that was swimming two hours ago – and other ocean delicacies.

  • Local Shopping: Our bungalow is just steps from the island’s best restaurant and best grocery store.

  • Year-round Summer: Our average temperatures are 75º to 85º F – even during your hometown winter.


 

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