Leeward - the neighborhood

Cotton House lives nestled in the exclusive Leeward community, found on the northeast point of the island of Providenciales.  The gated residential community is well reputed as one of the most affluent, safe, and attractive. Close proximity to the best yachting, diving and island hopping, Leeward is a boat-lover’s paradise. Please read more about the beautiful Leeward beaches and how to access them here .

Providenciales - the island

Providenciales is the 4th largest island in the Turks and Caicos with a land mass of 38 square miles, but hosts the largest population with 23,769 residents (2012 census).  The island is served by the Providenciales International Airport (code PLS) which welcomes regularly-scheduled flights from over two dozen international cities.  Many of the country's top rated beaches are here, including Grace Bay Beach, which currently holds the title of World Travel Awards’ World’s Leading Beach Destination, and Trip Advisor’s 2nd best beach in the world.  The island is home to luxury resorts and boutique hotels alike, fine dining as well as fuss free local fare.  Noteworthy attributes include Chalk Sound National Park, some of the finest kiteboarding spots in the Caribbean, as well as 80 plus miles of barrier reef for spectacular snorkeling and scuba diving.  We invite our guests to explore all the island has to offer for the type of travel they seek, just let us know what you are looking for and we will help ensure you experience it.

Turks & Caicos - the country

The name Caicos is derived from the Taino people’s, the first inhabitants who migrated around 700AD, term "Cayo Hico," literally “island chain". As the name implies, there are two island groups: the Turks Islands of Grand Turk and Salt Cay to the east, and the larger Caicos Islands group of Providenciales, North Caicos, Middle Caicos, East Caicos, South Caicos and West Caicos to the west.  The history of the islands is a fascinating one, from the buccaneers in the 1600s and 1700s, to the surge in development in the 1960's which brought the first automobiles and tourists.  The Turks and Caicos Islands slogan is “Beautiful by Nature” fittingly as one of the rarest eco-systems on the planet, one of earths few “dry tropical forests.”  Please read more about our geology, ecology, and climate here .  We suggest immersing yourself in the crystal blue seas and seeing more of the islands via our charter boat Caicos Catalyst Please read more about the history and attractions of the Turks and Caicos Islands here