The Villas of Long Bay are a collection of attractive, free-standing villas nestled into the slopes of Long Bay, West End. The fabulous North-facing views encompass Jost Van Dyke, Little Jost, Sandy Cay and Green Cay. Formerly known as Long Bay Beach Resort, the entire development is surrounded by well-established, bright, tropical landscaping and bordered by the mile long white sand beach… your villa is just a few minutes’ walk from the sand and turquoise water… While almost identical in design and layout, the interiors of these privately-owned villas have all been individualised and all have ocean views due to their positioning on the hillside.
“Song of the Sea” offers 2 suites which can be connected by internal stairs for families and friends. Wonderful new furniture lends a Caribbean feel with its bright colors.
The Penthouse Suite – The Penthouse offers a comfortable king-size bed in the large bedroom with lounging area, mirrored desk/vanity, AC and satellite TV and WIFI. Large sliding glass doors open to the covered dining deck with teak chairs and table looking out to the ocean. The small kitchen is fully equipped with cooktop, coffee-maker, toaster oven and refrigerator. The bathroom is very spacious and offers a large shower.
The Garden Suite – The Garden Suite is the larger of the two, with a separate bedroom and living room and large, covered dining deck with seating for 6 and a built-in gas BBQ. The kitchen has a cooktop and oven, refrigerator, coffee-maker and blender. The large sliding glass doors open to the breezes and ocean views in both the bedroom and living area. The living room offers comfortable seating, a small desk/ work space and satellite TV and WIFI. It is separated from the kitchen with a sociable breakfast bar and island housing the cooktop. The bathroom has a shower.
Positioned between two famous beaches, Long Bay is in itself a treasure – with a mile of soft, white sand that’s lined by swaying palms and shady sea-grape trees, there’s a quiet spot for everyone – on a calm day snorkel out to Pelican Point; when the swell is up body-surf or boogie-board the waves to the shore; venture along Nature Boy’s trail through the sea-grape tress to Belmont Salt pond where you may even be lucky enough to see a flamingo! or simply walk off some of those frozen drinks!
Smugglers Cove is the next bay to the west – famed for it’s amazing snorkeling and tranquil shore, it may no longer be a secret but it is “off the beaten track” enough that it remains pretty uncrowded. Grab a drink there at Nigel’s beach bar. Just over the hill to the east is Apple Bay, a top destination for well-travelled surfers and you will find Sebastian’s on the Beach for food and drinks.