One of my favorite things to do as I’ve started to get older and that’s travel. Sure, I’ve been to several different places in the southern region of this country. Either with my family or when I was a kid, there’s been several visits to various beaches. Now that my second child has graduated, that leaves us with one more to go in school. We’ve set our sights on going to places outside the country and visiting some Luxury Retreats. While checking out places, we peeped some amazing places like Virgin Gorda Beach Homes. When you check out some of the scenery, it’s mind blowing, and it seems like the water is much prettier. The Beach Homes looks like something you’d dream about. If the beach homes aren’t enough to convince you, it’s so much to do and see if you ever have the luxury of visiting.
Historical Aspect of Virgin Gorda
First of all, I’m someone that loves to know the history about a place and Virgin Gorda is very intriguing. It’s located in the British Virgin Islands and it’s a very popular vacation destination. Out of all the British Islands, it’s the third largest and second most populous. Christopher Columbus once sailed here and named it “The Fat Virgin”. The reason he called it that is because the island looks like fat woman lying on her side………go figure! Lile I’ve mentioned before, it’s home to some of the most beautiful beach homes you’ll ever see.
Cheemaun Beach Villa
At Cheemaun Beach Villa, you’ll experience one of the backdrops you’ll ever see in your life. It boasts over 3,000 square feet of luxury living space can host up to eight friends or family members. As a guest, you’re welcome to use the Oil Nut Bay Beach Club facilities, which include shared pools and bars, and community amenities ranging from a wellness center to a marina to a nature center. The villa has two master bedrooms flanking the great room, both of which could rival any honeymoon suite with their king beds, indoor/outdoor showers, ocean views and terrace access. The third bedroom is a guest suite with two queen beds and its own entrance via a side patio. All three bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms. For an adventurous day trip or night out, take a 15-minute ferry ride to the nearest shopping, dining and nightlife.
Poseidon’s Perch is an extremely luxurious hillside villa overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Oil Nut Bay, and its sister Island Anegada. Just like Cheemaun Beach Villa, it also has three bedrooms and can accommodate up to 8 people. The living area of Poseidon’s Perch opens out to a spectacular ocean view, which is romantic. Nearby, in Spanish Town, you’ll find a vibrant island community with nightlife, boutique shops, and some of the best seafood on the planet. You’ll also have access to the resort’s isolated beach, water sports equipment, tennis and pickle ball courts, hiking trails, and twenty-four-hour wellness studio. And, there’s even an electric golf cart to help you explore. This is a new addition, so be one of the first ones to get exclusive access to this outstanding villa.
This is also a new addition and is perfect for a husband/wife vacation. It’s etched into the cliffs above Oil Nut Bay, The Cliff Penthouse Suite is the most elevated of three deluxe one-bedroom suites. Just waking up with the spectacular view from your bedroom alone is breathtaking. Speaking of luxury, the Stylish FENDI Casa décor and furnishings lend an elegant designer touch with restful creams and soothing sand tones. Just to let you know, this villa doesn’t come equipped with a kitchen, but with all the restaurants to choose from you’ll be just fine. The Penthouse Suite also doesn’t come with a kitchen, but with the array of restaurants near you, it’s not needed. When you’re not swimming or lounging by one of the resort’s pools or enjoying light refreshments at the swim-up bar, take a yoga class or spa treatment or try a new watersport!
The villa opens to an expansive terrace that makes it feel as though the ocean is at your feet. Warm up in the sun on one of the lounge chairs or cool off in the infinity pool. Start your Caribbean holiday with a flight to Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport, a 45-minute ferry ride or 10-minute helicopter trip from Reef House. Another option is Virgin Gorda Airport, a 20-minute taxi ride plus a 15-minute ferry ride away. Once you’ve arrived at the villa, you’re just an 8-minute drive from Oil Nut Bay Beach as well as Oil Nut Bay Resort and its amenities.
This is another villa that has one bedroom, which is perfect for couples. If you did decide to take your kids with you, they have plenty activities for them to do. Kids will especially love the programs and activities at the Nut House Kids’ Club and Nature Center. If work demands your attention, you can always use the onsite business center. There are plenty of entertainment options, including Apple TV with sound system and an iPad. The resort’s restaurants are so good you don’t need a kitchen, although there is a small service area with a wet bar, mini fridge, microwave and coffee maker for preparing snacks and drinks. If you need anything at all, just ask your concierge.
Bella Beach Villa
Last and definitely not least, we have the luxurious Bella Beach Villa. This place is capable to have up to 12 people, so you can take some other family members. Being that I’m a blogger and usually working on something they have that covered also. They have a community business center where I can get some work done if need be. Two of your villa’s six restful bedrooms are graceful master suites with poolside access and views of the beach. Extra comforts include TVs, wet bars and en-suite showers (indoors and out) and bathtubs. The other four individually-styled rooms are also en-suite with alfresco showers, sitting areas and private entrances.
Check Out Nature and the Parks
While many people love to go there for the beaches, which is understandable, but the outdoors is amazing too. The Virgin Gorda Peak National Park is a wonderful place to start. On your way up, the trail you’ll cross paths with some cacti, exotic looking spiders that you won’t see in Georgia and just some beautiful views. You also have the Pricly Pear Island National Park, Biras Creek Trail and Devil’s Bay National Park.
If you think the beaches in your area are nice, how about those in Virgin Gorda. With it being an island, you have so many to choose from and they all have different elements as to why you want to stay there. Spring Bay, The Baths and Long Bay are the three you want to check out first just for the water. If you’re into wildlife to go along with the beauty of the beach, Savannah Bay is your destination. Many people have said it’s a must for you to visit there. It has been labeled Virgin Gorda’s loveliest beach is a long strand of powdery white coastline lapped by placid waters. Check out 6 Beach Homes you’re going to want to stay at whenever you book your trip.
Are you someone that loves to travel? Have you thought about traveling to the Virgin Islands? What do you think about those luxury resorts in Virgin Gorda? If you’re traveling, make sure you keep your stuff safe at all times. Leave a comment below about anything related to the Virgin Islands, the luxury resorts or just traveling in general.