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This place is truly incredible and the owners Tonya & Katya are even better. They went completely out of their way to ensure we had everything we needed to make our trip one for the books. You will not find any better hospitality.
Wow. Can’t say enough good about Katya & Tonya. Their hospitality was over the top. Accommodations were just right for 6 of us to spend a week in Paradise. Their Sandbar restaurant/bar is a must. Food is good, people are better
The Manta House is a conveniently located, comfortable place to stay on Grand Turk. The owners, Tonya & Katya, who also own the Sandbar right across the street, are genuinely nice, caring sisters who will go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable....More
our family stayed at the Manta House for 5 nights, and loved the quiet, peaceful mornings waking to the sound of the water. Each day was sunny and 80 degrees, perfect for swimming and snorkeling. The rental house is located on a quiet street, with...More
We spent 7 nights at the Manta House, 6 nights in the North Bungalow and 1 in the Jungle Bungalow. We were a party of 3 adults. The NB has lots of room and is comfortable. The kitchen was well equipped. Great location, lovely beach...More
There are plenty of times that the cruise ships are not in port. If you go with Oasis Divers, they will specifically schedule your trip when there is not a ship at port, so you have a better experience. We were on GT for 6... More
There are plenty of times that the cruise ships are not in port. If you go with Oasis Divers, they will specifically schedule your trip when there is not a ship at port, so you have a better experience. We were on GT for 6 nights and there was a ship in port almost every day, but only for a few hours each time. It was easy to find a day & time to go out on the water when they were not there.