Eco friendly hideaway on Providenciales
We strive to offer the best in eco lodging on Provo
Paddle around in our complimentary kayaks and explore the coastline outside the marina channel. There are lovely little coves and tidal beaches, or seek out flamingos and other birds in the mangroves and shallow lake waters. We can book you on a whale watching excursion too.
Natural beauty surrounds at Harbour Club Villas and Marina: native plants and flowers, exotic wild orchids, turk’s head cactus, old man cactus, sweet scented joewood, sapodilla, tamarind, pomegranates, coconut trees and papayas and so much more.
In the evenings at Harbour Club Villas, our guests marvel at the night sky's clarity, with stars and constellations on display in uninterupted dark.
Your Hosts: Marta & Barry
Let us show you our very special place in the sun on Providenciales. We live on site and have been here for 20 years. We are here to answer all your questions and show you all our favourite spots. We'll be glad to make suggestions of all the "must see and do"
In 1998 we left behind the glorious mountains, snow, skiing and gift shops that formed our 30 + years in Banff, Alberta, Canada.Our three kids weren't leaving so we packed up and left home. Let us show you the beaches, golden sands and blue and more blues of the ocean on Providenciales in the beautiful Turks and Caicos.
Villas - Built With Intention
Our Green Commitment
Use of photocells and CFL's where appropriate
Timers on all pumps to reduce utilization of electricity
Linen re-use program at guest discretion
Use of wastewater treatment plant and processing of all waste on property
Use of natural ventilation and ceiling fan use is encouraged
Reduced use of paper napkins, straws, and coasters to eliminate unnecessary waste
Use of environmentally friendly gardening without using harsh pesticides
Cleaning & Greening
Laundry is washed in bio-degradable, environmentally friendly detergent that's home made and line dried in the sweet sunshine.
Guests help by: turning off lights and air conditioning when not inside and reusing towels (otherwise towels changed every three days).
Hoses beside the villas allow guests to rinse off while watering the planters at the same time.
Gray-Water re-cycling feeds our trees and gardens. Ask us about our special system. From our kitchen waste we create an organic compost and and additional fertilizer for the gardens.
Donating to Charity
Items no longer being used, including sheets and towels, are donated to individuals in need, Red Cross, Salvation Army along with the Youth Home and Hospice on island. At Christmas we donate potted Christmas palm sproutlets and self rooted plants to the Red Cross fundraising sale.
Although we have none of our own, our neighbours tame island dogs known as POTCAKES sometimes stop by to visit. We keep them content with a small snack and a scratch under the chin.