Rosewood Little Dix Bay

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Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda, Virgin Gorda
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Within easy reach of Little Dix Bay Beach, The Baths Beach, and Savannah Beach, this Spanish Town hotel is located by the ocean and set on the beach. Local attractions also include Copper Mine Ruins and Nail Bay Beach. read more
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Nail Bay Resort

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P O Box 69, Virgin Gorda, Virgin Gorda
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Set on 148-acres, Nail Bay is framed by 3-private beaches, this luxury resort with a collection of distinctive private villas and suites offers breathtaking ocean views of Sir Francis Drake Channel. read more
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We were a little nervous having read some of the negative reviews but were pleasantly surprised to find a lovely resort with a clean, multi-roomed accommodation with many amenities. The appliances in the kitchen were spotless as well as the tableware. Our adult children were in a smaller bedroom with porch nearby but would join us for a self-made breakfast out on our large porch overlooking the bay. The restaurant had a limited menu but the food was surprisingly good. First thing we did was turn off the air conditioning, open the windows and enjoyed the ocean breezes. Waking at night to listen to the tree frogs and the pounding surf at a distance was especially enjoyable. The staff at the front desk weren't very knowledgeable about things beyond the resort so we had to do some work at finding a day sailing trip. The beaches around the resort are small but pretty. Don't lose your room key like we did. It cost us $90. We would recommend this resort as a good home base.
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Jan 19th, 2001
Bitter End Yacht Club

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PO Box 46, Virgin Gorda, Virgin Gorda
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Accessible only by boat, this Virgin Gorda resort faces a long, gently curved beach and a protected, deep-water harbor; the picture-perfect Baths are 11 km (7 miles) away via water taxi. read more
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My wife and I decided to stay at BEYC this year instead of chartering a sailboat. The resort is the place to stay if you have interest in all things related to sailing. That is the concept the place was built around and it does not disappoint. The accommodations (we stayed in a beachfront villa) are unique and have just the right amount of luxury feel without being over the top for the surroundings (it is the BVI after all!) Rooms were always kept very clean. The restaurants provide a good selection, mostly in the form of buffets but there is always an option to order from the menu. Skip the all inclusive plan to allow for flexibility to dine over at Saba Rock, the Fat Virgin Cafe, and Biras Creek. The latter provides a gourmet meal to rival top mainland restaurants, with a matching price tag. The grounds at BEYC are one of the best features (we thought better than Biras). It takes probably 15-20 minutes to walk the entire length of the water front. Beaches are small, but are broken up by palms and mangroves to the point where it is easy to get a very private piece of sand. Walking along the wooden walkways that connect the rooms at night is a relaxing experience. Room for improvement: Some aspects of the resort are still being rebuilt from the hurricane in 2010 (but is now mostly complete), service in the restaurants is more Caribbean style as opposed to neighboring Biras Creek which has service as attentive as mainland restaurants.
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Feb 19th, 2007