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BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Guana island

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Imagine the Caribbean before it went public...

 

Guana remains the most unspoiled jewel of the British Virgin Islands. The 850 acres, seven beaches, mountains, gardens, organic orchard, dozens of hiking trails, and even the flock of flamingos are the exclusive domain of a handful of guests for the duration of their stay. In this setting, where the sparkling Caribbean meets the vast Atlantic, you’ll find first-class dining, accommodations, and service in a tradition of low-key luxury perfected through nearly a century of family stewardship.

White Bay Beach, often cited as the BVI’s finest beach, is a half-mile expanse of powder-white sand.  Six other pristine beaches provide even greater privacy. Snorkelling opportunities abound, especially at Guana’s southern tip, which is a Protected Fisheries Area.

This intimate hotel is built of native stone and coral, on the foundations of an 18th century Quaker estate. Sprinkled along a scenic ridge and cooled by gentle tradewinds, each of the 18 unique rooms and villas offers commanding views of the Caribbean and the Atlantic.

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