This cottage, located right on the beach, was designed for two as a romantic getaway. There is an open floor plan with living/reading area, kitchen, queen size bed, full bathroom, and outdoor shower.
The covered porch is perfect for outdoor dining and watching the sunset. Enjoy the scenery from the lounge chairs on the beach, or head into the water for amazing snorkeling.
The kitchen includes a gas stove and a refrigerator/freezer. There is a small breakfast bar and all kitchen necessities. Ample sheets and towels are provided. A small charcoal grill is available.
Perfect. Brings you awareness of how much we don't need. If you want the perfect romantic, peaceful getaway, come here. House had everything we need: water, gas,pots and pans, towels, sheets and each other. Yes bare bones but views to die for, we rented a kyack and just floated around the whole island and snorkled and saw amazing rocks, coral, fish-pure heaven. What else do you need. Down a rocky path from the house is the Cooper Island Beach Club. Amazing staff, fantastic food and drinks. Fun to watch the yachters moor out front and felt on top of the world in our little pink house. Exactly what we needed. We visited oct 20-25, off season, so very quiet, which was perfect for us.
Oh, we became good friends with the abundance of hermit crabs that are fun to watch.
We will be back!
I stayed at the Pink house by myself, and while a little dated and needing some maintenance, the purpose of the trip was to get away from it all, and that I did. If you truly want tropical seclusion, this is the place. If you buy some groceries in Tortola before your arrival and cook in the kitchen, you can go for days without ever speaking to anyone! Or, you can walk on a lovely path to the Cooper Island Beach Club for lunch and dinner and they'll start a meal and bar tab for you.
Your view from the Pink house is wonderful and changing: the sunset and mostly the Moorings yacht charters that come to drop anchor for the night.
The only disadvantage of the location is that you have to arrange and pay for ferrying service to the other islands, and you have to arrange it around their schedule, mostly in the morning and afternoons, through the beach club.
I liked hanging out at the beach club bar and conversing with the yacht charter people as they come in for meals and drinks. The meals are tasty and they make great "Painkiller" drinks.
I would have rated the house a "5" but I had to deal with a propane leak/odor during my stay and didn't get to use the stove. While I was there in May, supposedly some new owners are supposed to upgrade the cottage, so hopefully it will get some TLC by them. Enjoy!