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Recent Tortola reviews

  • Close to everything

    "Great place with great view! Clean, well layer out and close to shopping, restaurants and activities. Right on the water with an awesome view. You can watch the boats come in/out of Road Harbor from your own private dock! Great place!"
    Guest: Capt. Monk Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 21, 2015
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  • An extraordinary stay in paradise

    "It's difficult to articulate all the ways in which Casa Luna fulfilled all our expectations for a peaceful, comfortable, adventurous vacation. We loved the rugged, somewhat remote, location of this beautiful villa. There were only two of us, and we utilized the lovely secluded, upstairs master suite, but Casa Luna could easily have accommodated two other couples. We cherished the ability to open all the doors and windows, with their Mediterranean rough-hewn wood and brushed iron hardware, cook in the open, dive in the perfect cliffside pool, and then lounge in the sun or shade all day. Naturally, you will want to take advantage of the villa's proximity to gorgeous Smuggler's Bay. As the weather improved daily during our January stay, the snorkeling also improved. Definitely take everyone's recommendation to rent a 4WD vehicle, which at times might not even be enough to navigate the rutted, adventurous drive to/from Casa Luna. That occurred one day when the rains had rutted out the road, leaving another car stranded further down from us. So we walked down to the Harbor. We needed the exercise and loved doing this walk often, especially to get coffee from "Da Best Cup," which only stayed open until 2 p.m. each day. Don't miss their breakfasts. However, we mostly cooked/grilled and baked up at Casa Luna, as the kitchen is outfitted with every possible utensil, appliance, bowl or cookware you might need. Graceann was a gem to deal with, and we only hope to return someday soon to enjoy her son's professional cooking at the villa. What a pleasure it was to have found this place tucked away in paradise."
    Guest: M C. Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: April 9, 2015
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  • Incredible Caribbean Getaway

    "We were amazed when we pulled up at the gates of the AnaCapri Estate; it is a truly beautiful villa. The gardens were full of flowers, the sun was out and that was great - and then we walked out to the pool deck and saw the view. What a view! The photos online don't capture the incredibly vast view. Seriously, I woke up early every single day just to watch the sunrise. Amazing. The villa has lots of room for everyone to enjoy: pool deck, patio, gardens - all beautifully done! We spent a lot of time hanging out at the pool deck, kitchen and dining room - loved the music system for the pool and kitchen area. Tortola is a gorgeous island and thankfully not “touristy." The sereneness and natural beauty of the island were hard to leave. We had a wonderful vacation (complete with surfing and boating)! The lava flow beach was really nice and about five minutes away from the villa. No food or bathrooms there - totally private. We took the cooler and the beach chairs and relaxed...there isn’t anything there…or anyone. We are already talking about returning…sick of the snow up north..."
    Guest: Cole B Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: February 2, 2015
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  • Seriously awesome and beautiful villa!

    "This is our 4th trip to Tortola, and this is by far the best place we have stayed. 3 bedrooms, each with their own private bathroom, plus a little studio apartment as a 4th bedroom plus bathroom and mini-kitchen. It has a nice swimming pool (actually pretty deep, maybe 7 feet at the deepest point?), lovely landscaping, and incredible views of all the sailboats at Soper's Hole and Frenchman's Key from the villa's perch on the mountain. Stove/oven was professional grade, and the outdoor grill was huge! The kitchen was the best-stocked with pans/plates/utinsils/small appliances of ANY VBRO house we have stayed in in the world! Bathrooms in the "west wing" have outdoor showers; lovely during the day or at night to shower under the stars! (though some animal/bird kept stealing the bar soap! Ha!) Beds were comfortable - kings were two twin beds put together, and all bedrooms had mosquito nets, air conditioners and fans. Wifi worked fine. Location was great - close to Soper's Hole and away from cruise ship traffic of Road Town, but within a half hour of many restaurants and beaches and walking distance to West End ferry terminal. Susan (owner) and Debs (manager) were really helpful before and during our stay with recommendations for restaurants, etc and were very responsive to our questions and emails. Restaurants nearby that we enjoyed were D'CoalPot (casual), Bananakeet (casual) and Sugar Mill Inn (fine dining). We enjoyed the beaches Cane Garden Bay (on a NON CRUISE SHIP DAY or around sunset!! otherwise it is miserably crowded) for SUP and relaxing (and Quito's there is also a good place to eat!), Brewer's Bay and Smuggler's Cove for snorkeling. We did a fun day sail with Kuralu which everybody else besides me enjoyed, and Captain Gary was very polite as I proceeded to retch over the side of his lovely vessel literally ALL DAY... :D We also had the MOST INCREDIBLE fresh cinnabuns from Susan's recommended baker Craig. Tips: 1. Water in the BVI tastes terrible no matter where we have stayed. :) A filtering water bottle like one by Camelback really helped the taste on this trip. 2. The driveway for this house is really steep and narrow, and for our SUV we had to back down it as there was no room to turn around. Have people stand outside and help you as you back down the first few times. :) 3. You can have Riteway, the main grocery store put provisions in the house to be there when you arrive - really helpful if you arrive at night!"
    Guest: Justine Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: February 23, 2015
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