One of the Caribbean’s hottest destinations, the Turks and Caicos, has a villa that lives up to its natural glories. The recently built Turtle House has not been slow in establishing a reputation as being one of the country’s finest luxury villas – because it gets everything right. Perched on a rocky promontory on the quiet southern side of Provo on Turtle Tail, surrounded by sea on three sides, Turtle House has been built from the inside out to take advantage of the stunning location. Its spacious sunlit interiors – with modern design, contemporary art and lots of wood flourishes – all face out to take advantage of the magnificent views. Panoramic views are also par for the course on the sunbathing deck or from the heated negative-edge pool. Take a dip also in the Jacuzzi or in the sea at a private beach. Extensive outdoor facilities include a covered dining area for enjoying meals al-fresco, prepared by your own chef in a fully equipped, open-concept kitchen, or in an outdoor pizza oven. To pursue the active life, guests can work out in a gym equipped with treadmill, elliptical trainer and free weights, or outside on the floodlit tennis court, or using the available bicycles, kayaks, paddle boards and HobbiKat. For indoor entertainment, there’s a Games Room, with table tennis, foosball, darts, videogame systems and more, and a home theater system with couch seating for 13. All seven bedrooms boast ensuite bathrooms and flat-screen TVs. The five main house bedrooms include four king masters and one two twin master (with option of converting to a king). Two other bedrooms (queen and twin) are found in a separate guest cottage, which also has a full kitchen and living area. The villa is also fully staffed, with a butler, housekeeper and server, and even has concierge services to plan any extra activities and expeditions. But once in Turtle House, guests and their families may decide to never leave their shell(s).