Photos and Description of this 4 bedroom holiday home in British Virgin Islands
Bedrooms 4, Bathrooms 4, Sleeps 8
New Gazebo! Exciting 10+ feet on top of roof, affords spectacular vistas of Mahoe Bay, a perfect place to drink breakfast coffee and evening cocktail, let alone just commune with the view! Stay connected to the real world with your private DSL line.
Perched about 100 yards up and overlooking beautiful Mahoe Bay, Villa del Sole is surrounded by a spectacular tropical garden and has four bedrooms, four baths, a Great Room for living, dining and cooking, and a pool. Joined to the main house by two bridges, one of which passes a 200 year old Kapok tree, is Piccolo Sole, which is a self-contained efficiency apartment.
Equipped for serious chefs, our guests feel right at home in this colorful and warm West Indian style abode, whether they focus on cooking, swimming, snorkeling in our excellent bay, or marveling at the view, which changes from daytime blues and greens to unforgettable evening sunsets.
The decks on both Villa del Sole and Piccolo Sole are connected by a walkway built between 200 year old trees. They overlook the aqua swimming pool, the community artificial turf and sand tennis court and the idyllic white sand beach of Mahoe Bay. The outdoor dining table awaits the food you cook on the Weber grill.
A few steps down from the covered deck is the sun deck and the ample pool, fifteen by twenty-five and from five to seven feet deep. Loungers and water floats await.
Mahoe Bay's pearl white sugar-sand beach and all its enticements await only one hundred yards away with spectacular sunsets every evening.
This property offers reduced rates for using fewer bedrooms. Exclusive use of the villa is yours regardless of the number of rooms rented. View our rates for pricing per bedroom or request a quote. Rates are based on double occupancy.
Natural beauty is in abundance on the third largest of the British Virgin Islands. Explore the indigenous plant-lined trails, nature sanctuaries and natural wonders of the protected national parks. By mid-morning in Virgin Gorda, many have settled down on one of the many deserted beaches that fringe the island. The pace of life is slow on Virgin Gorda, but if you don't want to spend the day on a beach, there are plenty of other activities. You could explore The Baths- huge boulders provide a myriad of rock pools, secret beaches, and trails. Or spend the morning at a hillside restaurant cooled by gentle breezes while you watch the ferries cross the North Sound far below. Dramatic slopes plunge from Gorda Peak to the turquoise waters below.