Hidden among the British Virgin Islands and only reachable via private boat or helicopter, Oil Nut Bay offers the ultimate lush, tropical escape. Situated on a remote area of Virgin Gorda, the resort has added four new private villas to its accommodations with custom architecture that integrates seamlessly into the natural environment.
The property sits on top of 400 acres of lush, Caribbean paradise, completely encircled by crystal blue water. The resort features a range of entertainment, dining, and wellness options, including three pools, a beach club, a swim-up bar, two tennis courts, heli-pads, and various aquatic activities. Families with kids can utilize the Nut House Kids Club, and the resort plans to expand in 2022 with a world-class day spa and watersports center. Guests will love the unique and delicious dining options at Nova Restaurant and Bar, a chic oceanfront sushi outfit featuring the freshest ingredients available and a delightful tropical atmosphere.
Compass Rose is the perfect villa for large groups of family or friends traveling together. The four-bedroom villa features a private, spacious infinity pool with its own swim-up bar for a truly private cocktail party. Hidden away in the lower level of the villa is a large hot tub offering seclusion and respite. The floorplan maximizes both privacy and space and the unit sleeps up to 10 people. Rates start at $4,000 per night and go up to $8,800 in high season.
Hummingbird is a gorgeous home that sleeps up to eight adults and features a full chef’s kitchen and floor to ceiling glass doors with panoramic views of the surrounding nature. Guests can walk out of the living room onto the expansive sundeck and into the infinity pool or the hot tub. Nightly prices for Hummingbird range between $3,000 in low season to $7,100 in high season.
The Starlight Villa sits high atop the property’s prominent cliffs and offers the most expansive views of the sky and the ocean. Floor to ceiling glass and an open floorplan with a gorgeous master suite give way to a full kitchen and dining area outside by the infinity pool. The villa sleeps four and starts at $2,205 per night up to $3,960.
Whale Point has sweeping views of the island’s southern coast and offers two master suites and ensuite bathrooms. A large great room, kitchen, and dining area make it a perfect place for small groups to get away and recharge together. It sleeps four and starts at $1,730.