Events

Halloween at The Somerset

Happy Halloween! To celebrate in style, The Somerset on Grace Bay has special tricks and treats in store for our resort guests this evening. Candy Hunt Kaye Ann, our fabulous Caicos Kids Club director, will lead our younger guests in a Halloween candy hunt around property. Halloween Happy Hour Adult guests, this one is for you. If candy doesn’t satisfy your cravings, how do cocktails sound? Join us poolside from 5 – 7 p.m. for a special Halloween Happy Hour. Bring out your inner child and wear your best Halloween costume for the treat of free drinks. The trick? You must be dressed up. Whether your costume is clever or scary, as long as you are dressed in the Halloween spirit, your drinks are on us! Spooky Beach Bonfire The festivities continue as we move the celebration to the beach. After happy hour, join us on our stretch of Grace…

Grace Bay Beach Activities

2013 “Sea”ster Hunt a success!

Good Friday, March 29, 2013, on beautiful Grace Bay Beach in Turks and Caicos, dawned partly cloudy, but soon gave way to the brilliant sunshine for which the islands are renowned. Many were visiting us in the Turks and Caicos on family vacations from cooler climes such as North Carolina and New England gathered seaside for the 2nd Annual Somerset “Sea”ster Hunt. Earlier in the week, the children had painted “Easter Eggs” (ocean rocks) with Kaye Ann, Director of The Somerset’s Caicos Kids Club. On the morning of the hunt, the beautifully decorated rocks were hurled into the ocean by the youngsters. Then, with the help of snorkel-clad Dads (and a few Moms), the children made their way into the waters of Grace Bay to retrieve as many “eggs” as they could gather.

Grace Bay Beach Activities

The Somerset Easter Tradition: 2nd Annual Sea’ster Hunt

Easter is just around the corner and so is our Sea’ster Hunt! Last year’s Sea’ster Hunt was such a success and loved by guests that we’re making it an annual tradition. The winning family will receive a family portrait to commemorate the trip and have their names forever engraved on The Somerset’s “Conch Shell Award.”This new “egg hunt” tradition is fun for the whole family. During the week leading up to Easter, children of all ages are invited to paint the Sea’ster “eggs” (egg-shaped rocks). On Good Friday, March 29, 2013, the decorated “eggs” will be “hidden” in the turquoise waters of Grace Bay. Families will work together, snorkeling and swimming in the sea, to gather as many painted “eggs” as possible. Last year’s winners, Dan Henry and Ruby Ellison will be returning try their luck to re-claim the coveted trophy. Good luck to everyone!