Apologies for my radio silcence. Since December, I have not been able to post anything on Facebook due to a technical glitch. It’s good to be back!
I wanted to share with you some exciting news regarding my trip to the BVI last November.
The BVI is looking so lush and green, and my first port of call was the beautiful island of Tortola. My first 2 nights were spent at Lambert Beach Resort and Spa which has undergone a massive refurbishment and the rooms are beautiful. I ate in the restaurant where the food and service were superb. The equipment in the fitness centre is brand new and easy to use and the view along the beach as you are working out is pretty spectacular.
My next port of call was Long Bay Beach Resort which was wrecked during the hurricane of 2017 and has reopened under new ownership. The rooms are luxurious and the beach bar and restaurant enjoy the most stunning views. Long Bay has a completely new team who cannot do enough for their guests. Enjoy 5 star luxury at Long Bay Beach Resort on Tortola.
I took the ferry from West End, Tortola to Jost van Dyke where I visited The Hideout, an impressive small collection of luxury villas with plunge pools. Some are beachfront and some are set a little further back from the beach but….only steps away. Right next to the Soggy Dollar bar and restaurant on Jost van Dyke, another great property called Sandcastle was being rebuilt. Sandcastle consists of only 4 rooms and is in the best beachfront location. Watch this space for more information.
Next was Virgin Gorda and I felt extremely priviliged to be invited to stay at Bitter End Yacht Club. This was beyond amazing! There are just not enough words to describe their overwater Marina Lofts. You can tie up your Boston Whaler or kayak at your own private dock and sunbathe on your balcony until you are ready to pop back out onto the water again. The views of Virgin Gorda and the surrounding islands will take your breath away. The Marina Lofts at Bitter End are duplex with a living room and large balcony downstairs, and upstairs is your four poster bedroom opening out onto another balcony with a view.
4 o’clock is happy hour at the Reef Sampler boat bar on the beach, where the rum flows and appetisers are served.
I will tell you more about my BVI trip next time but for now, do have a good look around our website and when you see something you like, call or email and we will be delighted to assist you.