No sales information. Summer from $10,250 - $10,800 /week The Holidays from Price On Request - Price On Request /week Winter from Price On Request Prices are based on # of Bedrooms rented [?] View all rates Enjoy a larger house at 1- or 2- BEDROOM rate. Many villas allow renting a fewer number of bedrooms at lower prices Villa Dawn Beach, also known as TNC DAW, is a contemporary 4 +1-bedroom villa located on Grace Bay Beach within steps of the beach and restaurants. Nestled amid lush tropical landscaping, this villa has a colorful entry. The large, spacious living room is comfortably furnished and opens to the terrace with view. A gourmet kitchen is located next to a large dining area, which offers garden and sea views on each side. A game room has a billiards table and satellite TV for entertainment indoors. The master bedroom offers beach views from the upper level, and has a king-size bed. A second bedroom with queen-size bed is on the upper level, while 2 bedrooms are located downstairs next to the pool. A queen-size bed is located in one bedroom, while the other has 2 full-size beds. A fifth bedroom is located on the beach level and suitable for teens with its exterior entrance, pool table, queen-size rollaway bed and uses the full bath on this level. A teak deck with loungers surrounds the pool and nearby hot tub. Snorkeling areas are located in front of the house, which also has WiFi, cable TV, a gas grill, and gated entrance. While this villa enjoys trade winds, the house is equipped with metered air-conditioning that can be monitored by guests (an allotment of 850 kwh electricity/power is given to guests). All Turks and Caicos villas require a 14-night stay during December holidays.Villa Dawn Beach, or TNC DAW, comes with mid-week house cleaning services. Ask your villa specialist for details. During the Thanksgiving and December holidays, the villa rents at full occupancy rates, regardless of how many bedrooms are used. Note - Electricity, including A/C, is metered with an allotment of 850 Kilowatt hours per week. With judicious use, this is an adequate amount.