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The Beach Villa

The Beach Villa

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This large, Beachfront tropical Villa is beautifully appointed in your own secluded niche of the villa-style resort. You will find the beach a step off your outdoor living & dining room porch, and the 17th century historic fort to your side. It consists of an Art Gallery entrance way, an over-sized living room with adult and children’s library, fully equipped kitchen, outdoor and indoor dining areas that seat 30+ family and friends, four spectacular beachfront master bedrooms & master baths directly facing the beach and four additional queen size bedrooms all with personal bath with garden view…The Beach Villa is as close to the sea as it gets, with a breathtaking view and a great amount of privacy and seclusion! The large wrap-around wooden porch on the beach is great for romantic, outdoor sunset dining and lounging. In the rear there is an open air garden veranda leading to the freshwater pool and lush, surrounding gardens. People who frequently visit Tortola, comment that it is the nicest Beachfront Villa that Tortola has to offer. The Beach House is equipped with WI-FI internet access, daily housekeeping, 24/7 front desk assistance, toiletries, 42-inch LCD TV with Cable, digital A/C in every room, fully equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances, ceiling fans and welcome bouquet of tropical flowers.


 


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  • Additional Person in All Suites and Beach Villa is: $50 per night, ages 12 & under are $35 per night.
  • Tax is 17%.
  • For All Seven Night stays booked with the hotel via telephone or e-mail, 1 Dinner and 1 Snorkeling Trip on Luxury Sunseeker Martinique Yacht are included per guest.
  • MAP (Full American Breakfast and Full Course Dinner) –  $47.95 per day per person.

For the Beach-House Fantasy:
“Even if savvy Caribbean residents build their homes in the cool hillsides, most vacationers want to put their feet in the sea the minute they wake up…Swim, snorkel, kayak or listen to the surf – that’s what island vacations are supposed to be all about.”Caribbean Travel Mag.com