|1 May 2021 - 17 Dec 2021||5||$643||$4,500|
|18 Dec 2021 - 1 Jan 2022||14||$1,143||$8,000|
|2 Jan 2022 - 30 Apr 2022||7||$1,021||$7,150|
|1 May 2022 - 16 Dec 2022||5||$707||$4,950|
|17 Dec 2022 - 1 Jan 2023||14||$1,257||$8,800|
Fees & Taxes
12% Government Tax
Do you believe in fate? Then perhaps you will be drawn to Villa Bashert, whose name means, "meant to be".
Perched atop coral reefs and surrounded by the breathtaking turquoise waters of Chalk Sound National Park, Villa Bashert will make you feel like you have stepped onto a houseboat. Balmy trade winds and lapping water will soothe you to sleep better than any high tech sound machine, and your wake up call will be a spectacular sunrise.
The three-tiered deck of this comfortable, well appointed 3-bedroom, 3-bath home can accommodate any vacationer's longing. A lazy nap, al fresco dining, sunbathing with a good book or a refreshing swim or kayak ride are all at your doorstep. And two of Providenciales most beautiful beaches are just across the street. Taylor Bay, within walking distance, is a pristine half-moon of white sand and shallow crystal clear water that is perfect for small children. Sapodilla bay, another beach gem, can also be walked to, although a two minute car ride might be preferable, especially if carrying gear.
Work up an appetite with an early morning lap or two or take a refreshing dip in the outdoor infinity pool with an optional pool heater* (*additional fee) framed by Palms and stunning Chalksound water views. Simply relax with your favorite book in comfortable sun loungers or an evening swim under the stars.
If bare feet, warm breezes and waterfront living appeal to you, then you are meant to be at Villa Bashert!
Chalk Sound is a highly scenic natural lagoon on the southwest of Providenciales. This national park features shallow and brilliant turquoise water with hundreds of small rocky islands. The villa is a short walking distance to Taylor Bay Beach- known for powder white sand and clear, turquoise waters.
Average Guest Rating: 5/5 from 51 reviews