sporting club at ambergris cay

turks & caicos 

In the 17th and 18th centuries, the West Indies and Caribbean were swarming with pirates looking for riches at the expense of the European powers. Among the local legends was Pierre le Grand, who in 1630 is said to have captured an entire Spanish galleon with just a handful of men. Le Grand is reputed to have retired to the French countryside, but he leaves his name on this cluster of beautiful cottages lining the eastern seaboard of Ambergris Cay. An aesthetic blend of British and Caribbean traditions, the timeless architecture of Le Grand Cottages provides stylish living and minimum upkeep. The open floor plan yields airy comfort and refined informality. Linen white interiors and furnishings give a relaxed contrast to the crisp ocean blue. The cottages will feature three and four bedroom floor plans, with private baths for each bedroom, a large master suite, powder room, laundry room and gourmet kitchen with stone countertops. Other features include hardwood floors and built-in cabinetry and optional pool, 4th bedroom and Guest Cabana.