This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$657 - $1,429 per night 7-14 night min stay
$400 - $975 per night 5-10 night min stay
Recent Tortola property reviews
"How can you explain that upon getting up in the morning one of your first thoughts without wishing the day away is looking forward to sitting by the pool at 5:00 PM watchful the most amazing sunsets. In addition to the Arundel view being truly breathtaking, the accomodations are luxurious. Without any question, this is truly deservedly pampering oneself. Prepare yourself for not wanting to return home. PS: Be certain to arrange for a massage in the Japanese contemplation room."Guest: Mr. G Date of Stay: July 2007 Review Submitted: April 9, 2008View listing
"Villa Delle Palme was a dream. The managers were wonderful. Anticipating all of our needs and more. From meeting us at the airport, helping us with our rental car, having groceries for us upon arrival, etc. My husband and I stayed there with our three children who range in age from 20 - 28 years old. The property was spotless. The pool was beautiful. There were gadgets at our disposal that we don't even have at our own house. We were able to take day trips to Virgin Gorda, Norman Island and more. I would highly recommend this house to friends, relatives and others."Guest: Lisa Date of Stay: December 2012 Review Submitted: January 15, 2013View listing
"01-13-2014. Has been windy, wet and cold for several days here in Enumclaw, Washington. I started to look at VRBO's and dream of clear blue water, tropical beaches, flip flops and shorts and the romance of a tropical villa. Had to tell you that it seems everyone loves the Coconut Tree Villa and if my dream comes true I will bring my wife and friends and stay with you. I am sure we will be friends for life. Keep up the great service and take care."Guest: "Buck" Date of Stay: July 2013 Review Submitted: January 14, 2014View listing
"If you don't expect luxury and just need a place to hang your hat and sleep off the day's activities, this is a great choice. If you want comfort and luxury - not so much. This is as basic as it can be. The location is beautiful. The photo you see on the page is to the east. They don't show you the view to the north which is the open Caribbean, or to the west which is a beautiful view of Jost Van Dyke. While this is, technically, ocean front, it is not beach front. The property is about 15 feet above the shore line, but in this case the shore is rocks and boulders. You will have to walk about 200 yards to get to beach access. The sound of the waves crashing on the rocks is either soothing or unsettling depending on how high the swells are. I can tell you that some nights the sound was loud enough to wake me - and other nights it lulled me into a peaceful slumber. There is no A/C. You will have to rely completely on ocean breezes and fans. There is no oven (probably a good thing considering the heat they give off), but there is a cook top and microwave. The bed linens are a bit on the scratchy side. If you've had too much sun or have very sensitive skin this can be an issue; otherwise, you should adapt quickly. The outside patio is the best part of this property. Again, it is just the basics, but it where we spent most of our time when we were there. You can sit in the sun or the shade and just watch the world go by. This location is very convenient to some of the best beaches in the BVI, as well as the best dining. Great food and drink are never more than a 10 minute car ride away. One more tiny issue that may be relevant to some travelers - this is not an accessible property. You must go down a narrow and fairly steep staircase. If you have mobility issues, this is not a good choice."Guest: BVI Fan Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 9, 2014View listing
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Known as "nature’s little secret," the British Virgin Islands really are the place for a peaceful vacation to rediscover life’s simple pleasures. As there are no international flights onto the island, Tortola travel is available via a variety of larger Caribbean airports, such as those on Antigua, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas or St. Kitts. Being in the Caribbean, naturally, the weather is just about perfect all year-round. While it is British territory, the currency is the U.S. dollar and most places do take major credit cards. The four main islands are Anegada, Jost van Dyke, Tortola and Virgin Gorda. The largest of these is Tortola.
White Sandy Beaches With a Dark Green Mountain Backdrop
Tortola resorts are near the white sandy beaches, with a back drop of dark green mountains with a sheltered harbor, usually filled with yachts. The island has many safe anchorages in areas, such as Brandywine Bay, Hodge’s Creek, Marina Cay and Trellis Bay. These make it a perfect island for boaters. Beaches with palm trees line the coast. Areas such as Apple Bay, Elizabeth Beach, Long Bay Beach and Smuggler’s Cove are great places for a swim, snorkeling, scuba diving or fishing among the many great activities on offer.
Visitors can learn more about the unique history of the British Virgin Islands at the BVI Folk Museum. Take a tour of Callwood’s Rum Distillery where visitors can learn about the production of the famous local drink before sampling the final result. Explore the ruins of a variety of original buildings here, such as Fort Recovery. Dating from the early 1600s, the Fort probably gets its name from being used as a facility for wounded soldiers. One of the fascinating things about the fort is its location on the beach, instead of the traditional location of high ground. Fort Burt, on the other hand, is located on higher ground yet all that remains of the fort is a solitary cannon, still displayed overlooking the harbor. Take a break from the glorious beaches and head inland into the mountains to visit Sage Mountain National Park, where the vestiges of the primeval rain forest still remain. Along the mountain ridge, discover the villages were local life carries on much as it has for centuries.
The main town is Road Town. Here, visitors will find a great selection of shops selling locally made jewelry, spices, silk screen fabrics and art. There are also excellent restaurants to try the local dishes such as the fresh fish dishes of lobster and conch or spicy goat curries and "Johnny Cakes." Here, visitors may also enjoy a wander through the pergolas and vine-covered paths at O’Neil Botanic Gardens.
Tortola Resorts are Perfect Bases to Discover the British Virgin Islands
Tortola vacation rentals are also ideal bases for exploring the variety of other islands that make up the British Virgin Islands. On these islands, visitors will have a fascinating time exploring the various ruins from the island’s original African and Indian inhabitants as well as the secluded beaches and bays. During the fall and winter months, watch for the whales and dolphins as they make their way past the islands.
To the Infinity Pool and Beyond!
Tortola vacation rentals come in a wide variety of sizes to suit any requirement. Choose from a beautiful villa for two with a hot tub and infinity pool or a luxuriously spacious home to take a large family or group of friends. What is guaranteed is that each home is beautifully decorated and well equipped with everything to make a vacation special. These unique properties have modern conveniences such as DVD players, film and music libraries, stereo systems, and BBQs. Many even include internet access and will welcome pets.