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
Recent British Virgin Islands BVI reviews
"We stayed at Gestalt at Steele Point this past week to celebrate my 50th birthday. I would suggest paradise is an understatement, and the better description should be UTOPIA. From the panoramic vistas from each room, the outdoor showers, the gourmet outdoor kitchen along with the close proximity to the ferry makes this villa an ideal vacation home to stay with family or friends. Irina should be proud of her property, and vacationers should feel lucky to have the opportunity to rent such a beautiful estate."Guest: Steve Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 8, 2014View listing
"My wife and I stayed at Cooten House in December for a week and loved it. The house is perfect for a couple to get away. It is secluded enough but close to Roadtown to be convenient. We used the hot tub all but one evening and it was a highlight of the house. There is a great Bose sound system which we also used a lot. Jeremy also has a phone at the house for local calls and even told us we could use it if we needed to call home. We only used it for a few local calls but nice to know it was there. The Wi-Fi was great and super reliable. The views are amazing from the house. Our favorite beach to visit was Josiah's Bay which you can see from the house. We rented 2 lounge chairs for $10, they had a bar and restaurant, and I took surf lessons which was a lot of fun. We met Jeremy at Riteway in Roadtown and he took us to the house. The last part of the road to the house is bumpy but not a big deal. I have driven in the US Virgin Islands and found the driving on Tortola very comparable. He was very helpful as was Marija before and during our stay. We would not hesitate to stay here again. A couple of things that we suggested to Jeremy before we left were some updated nicer beach chairs, (the two supplied were in bad shape and very uncomfortable), a blender (we love tropical frozen drinks and missed this small feature), and a safe (we were told it was on the to do list) for passports, cash, and valuables. Bug spray is a must. Mosquitos are an ever present issue in the tropics, not just Tortola and Cooten House. Not a negative at all, just a reminder to bring it and use it and you will be fine. Overall this was a wonderful trip and we highly recommend the Cooten House!!"Guest: Scott Tarter_HAC106408 Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 20, 2015View listing
"Just got home from a weeklong stay at Calypso with two other couples and the depression is already beginning to set in. Thought I'd stave it off by going back to VRBO to relive the experience through the pictures, which don't even begin to do the property justice. You legitimately can't capture the view that this place has with a camera. We had high expectations going in, and Calypso far exceeded all of them. The house was clearly very well thought out, from the layout of the pool/open kitchen/patio which afford absolutely stunning views of Crooks Bay and the Jerusalem Islands, to the finer details like the teak furniture, manual mahogany blinds, and luxurious bedding. There is simply nothing to not rave about. While we loved every minute we spent exploring the breathtaking islands, we equally loved our relaxing time at home where we were comfortably able to lounge, swim, read, grill and catch up with friends. Irma was a great host - she picked us up at the airport with our rental car waiting and even stocked the fridge with beer and water. She made it clear that she was available at anytime to answer any questions or problems, and the one or two times we called her, she answered on the first ring. She even gave us a heads up the night before we left that Sunshine Air (or as the locals call it, "Sometimes Air") had changed our departure time the next morning - we wouldn't have known otherwise. As a side note, yes, the property has scorpions, the same way that our house has spiders - they are tiny, rarely seen and completely harmless. It's Virgin Gorda, scorpions live there. I don't go to Maine and complain about the moose. We'll definitely be going back."Guest: Donald Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 29, 2014View listing
"The villa was very well suited for our family of 8 including 2 kids with everyone having their own bedroom and bathroom as well as plenty of space to spread out in. Jon and Rohan met us at the West End Ferry dock with our rental vehicle as well as another car for our luggage and away we went on our vacation adventure. Jon bought us roti's from D'Coalpot for our first dinner and the frig was well stocked with breakfast items for the next day which was most appreciated. The view from the open air spaces are breathtaking especially with almost daily morning rainbows! We spent our days exploring different beaches ( our favorites were Cane Garden when no cruise ships are in and Josiah Bay for boarding)and our nights gathered around the big dining with table eating Caribbean dinners prepared by our oldest son and playing dominos and cards. We would not hesitate to recommend this villa and found Jon to be very accommodating whenever we called with a question. We hope to return soon to Tortola and the Limeberry Villa"Guest: Christine R. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 5, 2014View listing
British Virgin Islands BVI Travel Tips
British Virgin Islands Travel Is a Popular Favorite
The British Virgin Islands, located just 60 miles off the eastern coast of Puerto Rico, has been a popular vacation destination for a number of years. BVI is actually comprised of 40 different islands, although barely more than a dozen of those islands are inhabited. Some of the biggest islands to consider for your British Virgin Islands travel are Jost Van Dyke, Tortola, Virgin Gorda and Anegana.
British Virgin Islands Travel Is Lush and Beautiful
When you arrive at British Virgin Islands rentals, you will find that the weather is pleasant, no matter what time of year it is. The Caribbean resorts here are set against a backdrop of lush green hills and sunny sandy beaches. Four of the most popular beaches to consider when planning British Virgin Islands travel are Smugler's Cove, Marina Cay, Brewer's Bay and Long Bay. When you arrive on the islands, there will be no end to the amount of activities and amenities available.
British Virgin Islands Rentals Give You Access to an Array of Amenities
Watersports are among the most popular activities near the Caribbean resorts on the British Virgin Islands. Your island adventures might include surfing, kayaking, parasailing or snorkeling. There are even some Caribbean resorts that will allow you to swim right with the dolphins, which is an experience from your British Virgin Islands travel that you will certainly never forget. In addition, you may consider renting a power boat and taking it out near the British Virgin Islands rentals for even more adventure.
Caribbean Resorts for Romantic Getaways
If you are considering British Virgin Island travel for your upcoming honeymoon, keep in mind that many of the local resorts offer honeymoon packages that include your accommodations along with activities. Of course, if you want complete privacy and seclusion during your honeymoon, consider one of the British Virgin Islands rentals. From taking a moonlit stroll on the beach to enjoying a candlelit dinner for two in your own private vacation rental, there is no better way to start off your life together than with a romantic honeymoon to the British Virgin Islands.