Baby bed, high chair, car seat

A lovely Italian cot, a high chair and a baby car seat (2-4 years) and a baby monitor is available if required; please ask us on time of booking or ask our housekeeper.


For baby-sitting, kindergarden-daycare or a kid’s summer camp, please contact our Concierge Manager, Debbie Bruce (284) 542 - 5004.

Banana Pancakes

Start the day with a Caribbean breakfast! For 4 pancakes, take 1 banana, 1 - 2 eggs, milk, and flour and mix it to a relatively thin batter, fry in butter and serve with honey or syrup.


FIRST CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL BANK (former: Barclays) and a ATM machine is in Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda, located at the shopping center next to the marina.

FIRST BANK (Virgin Islands) has openend a branch on Virgin Gorda, it is located opposite the taxi stand close by the marina, they also provide an ATM machine.

Other banks are in Road Town and Tortola: First Caribbean Int., Chase Manhattan, Bank of Nova Scotia, Banco Popular.

Barber Shop

Please ask our housekeeper or our Concierge Manager, Ms. Debbie Bruce (284) 542 - 5004.

Bathroom Amenities

We offer a complimentary selection of luxurious French CLARINS bathroom supplies:

  • Clear Soap
  • Shower Gel
  • Peeling Shower Gel
  • Vitalising Shampoo
  • Re-vital Conditioner
  • Body Lotion
  • Eau Dynamisante Body Oil
  • Eau Dynamisante Body Splash
  • Manicure Set
  • Peeling Pad
  • Shoe Mitt
  • Slippers
  • Cotton Pads & Q-Tips
  • Woolite Handwash Detergent for your bathrobe
  • Mosquito Repellent
Baths, The Baths

see Must-Does

Beach Party

A beach party on Virgin Gorda takes place every Friday at Leverick Bay, starting 7pm.
Jumbie’s Beach Bar Bee Q (Barbecue is US$ 25 per person), Limbo Contest & Music by DJ “Heavy B”.

Tuesday Nights: Happy Hour all night long. For more information, please call 495-7154.

Beach toys

We have some beach toys for children. The toys are in the cupboard under the pool counter on the pool deck.


Pond Bay, Savannah Bay, and Mahoe Bay are among the best beaches on the island and in easy reach within 15 minutes by car.

Spring Bay (direction "The Bath", turn right) has a lovely beach with natural sea "bathing pools" for small children.

“The Baths” - see: Must-does

Be careful of coral reefs when swimming and snorkeling - they are easy to spot and quite fragile, plus can cause painful scrapes if you venture too close.

Beauty Farm

SVIVA, The Spa at Leverick Bay, has massage therapy and acupuncture, (284) 495-7375 . Therapists come to the villa on request. www.thebvispa.com;

We also recommend the Spa at Little Dix Bay Hotel, especially the Cliff Spa-Suite, which can be booked for periods of up to eight hours; call 495-5555.

Another Spa, SOLITUDE, is located at the Olde Yard Village, call 495-6485.

Best of the BVI´s

Explore the BVI’s with the best guide on the BVI’s – including lots of inside tips and travel secrets.

You’ll find an in-room copy in your bedroom-suite or purchase your own copy during your stay (please ask your housekeeper or order with your bookstore: Pamela Acheson, The Best of the BVI’s, 3rd edition 2003,
ISBN 1-892285-04-5, US$ 14,95.

Best Places on Earth

In the December 2009 issue of ISLANDS Magazine, the British Virgin Islands have been recognised as one of the 12 best places on earth.

Bike Rental

If you want to explore the island on a bike, call (284) 499-1552 for a bike rental.
ISLANDRYDES offers bicycles and scooters for rent, too, call 499-6641 or 495-5252, email islandrydes@hotmail.com


Explore the magical world of the island by boat. Enjoy a carefree day on board a motorboat with a captain. Go snorkeling, visit uninhabited islands, enjoy a cool drink at a beach bar, catch your own supper! Contact our Concierge Manager, Ms. Debbie Bruce (284) 542 - 5004.

Book Library

You’ll find a library in the Mainhouse‘s Living Room.

Bucket List

What are some of the 100 things you'd like to do before you die? Most people would think of something that includes beauty, exotism and of course something that is memorable and adventiourous.

On September 1, 2011, ABC News editiors published an artice about David Freeman's 1999 book 100 Things to do before your die. The article, which can be found in the travel section of abcnews.go.com , included an additional eight noteworthy things recommended by expert authors and editiors based on their favourite destinations. Sailing in the British Virgin Islands was listed second, with skiing in Zermatt, Switzerland being first on the list. Karen Schaler, editior of TravelTherapyTrips.com , recapped her experience in the BVI:

"Here are crystal-clear waters and talkum-powder soft sands white as sugar. Chartering your own sailboat and stopping by Peter Island, Virgin Gorda and Jost van Dyke islands is a glorious experience. And don't forget to try one pf the islands' famous Pain Killer cocktails. They're made with three kinds of rum, fruit juice and nutmeg".

BVI Tourist Board

For any general information, please contact the BVI Tourist Board’s office in Spanish Town (shopping center/marina), (284) 495-5181.