Religious Services

For information about Church services and other denominations, please contact our Guest Service Coordinator.

“St.Mary’s” Church offers informations on www.episcovi.org/stmary, email is stmarys@episcovi.org

Remote Control Units

Please ensure that all the remote control units (fans, CD player, TV) are kept in their allotted places in the rooms. A charge will be made for any lost remote controls.


Some menue lists of Virgin Gorda restaurants you’ll find in a booklet next to the phone in the kitchen.

We recommend:

Little Dix Bay (direction Spanish Town, 10 minutes by car)

*** closed for renovations between May 18, 2016 and December 2017 ***

  • (284) 495-5555
  • 3 restaurants of international standard, an extensive buffet on Mondays
  • Dress Code: smart casual, Christmas & New Year’s Eve: black tie
  • $$$-Guide: 2 people for 3 course dinner + house wine US$ 200-250

Our favourite always was the famous buffet on Monday night in the Main Restaurant under the phantastic shingle roof, lately (summer 2009) it was a bit disappointing, variety and selection used to be better. For an intimate dining experience we still recommend the “Sugar Mill Restaurant”. If you want to take it easy, try the excellent “Beach Grill”. 

Chez Bambou (Spanish Town, 10 minutes by car)

  • (284) 495-5752
  • very fine Creole-French, international cuisine
  • Dress code: smart casual, casual
  • $$$-Guide: 2 people for 3 course dinner + house wine US$ 150-200

Rose Jiacinto’s “Chez Bambou » is undoubtably the best restaurant on Virgin Gorda at present. Try the fine French-Creole cuisine and have a grilled Anegada Rock Lobster. Friday night: live jazz music. Happy Hour at the Martini Bar: 4 pm-6pm

COCOMAYA (Spanish Town)

  • (284) 495-6344
  • South American-Caribbean Fusion Cuisine
  • Dress Code: casual
  • $$$ 2 people for 3 course dinner + drinks US$ 200

This ist Virgin Gorda´s newcomer and already the #1-spot for lunch, Happy Hour and Dinner. Beautyfully located at the beach!

HOG HEAVEN (located at the new road from Nail Bay to North Sound)

  • phone (284) 547-5946
  • open from 9 am to 10 pm
  • dress code: very casual
  • $$$ 2-course dinner for 2 people plus drinks, US$ 50

This newcomer to the island restaurant scene offers breathtaking views over North Sound to Necker Island. Speciality is BBQ-pork (from Virgin Gorda pigs), also some fish dishes, salads and sandwiches. Seating is rustic, either at the bar or at the outdoor benches. Nice, little giftshop with logo T-Shirts and funky Caribbean souvenirs like hardcover-books transformed into handbags.

Mine Shaft Café (direction Copper Mine, 5 minutes by car)

  • (284) 495-5260
  • local food, barbecue-buffet Tuesdays, Sunday Brunch & Live Music 
  • Dress code: casual
  • $$$-Guide: 2 people for dinner + drinks US$ 100
  • Ask for their complimentary “Sunset-Shuttle-Bus”

The Mine Shaft is fun! Try their home made cooking, solid good food. Excellent drinks and an excellent atmosphere for families with kids.

Specials are

  • Mondays: Lobster Fest - complete 2 lb Lobster plus one drink US$ 48
  • Tuesdays: Baby Rib BBQ Buffet US$ 28
  • Friday Night: live Music with Morris Mark, Caribbean Music

Top of the Bath (next to the carpark of The Bath)

  • (284) 495-5497
  • Sandwiches, Burgers, Caribbean specialities, Barbecue - try the famous Conch Fingers and Live Music on Sundays
  • Dress Code: casual
  • $$$-Guide: 2 people for dinner + drinks US$ 100

If you want to see the spectacular boulders of The Bath and have some good Caribbean cooking, try this place. Or just have a drink after your snorkel tours at The Bath.

Fat Virgin (North Sound, take the complimentary ferry to Biras Creek and tell the captain to drop you off at this restaurant)

  • (284) 495-7052
  • rustic, but excellent Caribbean cuisine
  • Dress Code: casual
  • $$$-Guide: 2 people for dinner + drinks US$ 40

Simple, but great food! Very good value for money in a nice location, next to a jetty, where lots of boats make a stop for lunch or dinner. The Fat Virgin Shop close by, run by restaurant’s owner, Mrs.Esther Wheatley, offers authentic Caribbean souvenirs and tastefull little “things” to take back home.


In this climate even freshly tarred roads have large potholes within the shortest space of time. Tropical showers tend to wash out sections here and there.
Drive carefully, especially at night, and watch out for "sleeping policemen" (speed bumps), goats and cows. On steep roads, use a lower gear when going up, as well as down instead of using your brakes to slow the car. 

Room Names

We have named the bedrooms after the beautiful nearby bays and the 2 oceans, which you can see from the Masterbedroom:

  • Masterbedroom: “Two Oceans“
  • Bedroom, left: “Taddy Bay“
  • Bedroom, right: “Copermine Bay“

Your room keys are marked accordingly.