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Trip Report Pine Cay, a hidden gem

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If you want peace, pristine white sandy beaches that seem all yours alone, and a laid back, unintrusive style of hospitality then go to Pine Cay. Never heard of it? It's in the Turks and Caicos group, a private islands with a resort that acts as a club house for the handful of homes on the island. We had a week there in June, the best holiday ever for four stressed burnt out residents of London. What an antidote. Only twelve rooms, all on the beach which is completely unspoilt. On our first night, I lay in bed listening to the sea outside and felt I might not be wanting to leave at the end of our stay. No cars, or TV, just wonderful, truly wonderful food, a convival bar in the evenings, and the sense of an Edwardian house party transported to the Carribbean as it used to be.
It suited the old and the younger generation equally well. Just take plenty of books, and a be prepared to unwind. Of and if you're feeling romantic it's the biz.

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