Chris Davis designs new beach houses at Parrot Cay by COMO

Three new two-bedroom beach houses opened at Parrot Cay by COMO in The Turks and Caicos Islands. They are the latest addition to the private island resort, and have been designed by Chris Davis of Coast Architects.

Nestled among sand dunes with ocean views, each detached beach house has an outdoor deck, private pool and direct access to the white beach. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood each property with natural light, allowing sea breezes to flow through the open-plan living spaces.

Hamptons-style interiors in sun-bleached neutral shades include living and dining areas with fully-equipped kitchens, two bedrooms, each featuring king size four-poster beds and en suite bathrooms with private outdoor showers set within their own gardens. The houses, which are suited to friends or family travelling together, are furnished throughout with COMO’s contemporary style and antique pieces from Indonesia. Each beach house also comes with the services of a COMO butler.

The houses are situated near the infinity pool, and a five-minute buggy ride from the COMO Shambhala Retreat on the other side of the island. Here, wellness programs include yoga, Pilates and Asian-based treatments such as shiatsu and Ayurveda, along with signature COMO Shambhala massage therapies.

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