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1 night in Virgin Gorda #179660
01/05/2019 01:32 PM
01/05/2019 01:32 PM
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Good Morning Everyone -
I am looking for some help with planning our upcoming trip in July. We are renting two villas on Mahoe Bay on Sunday July 21. We have a group of 22 people (a mix of kids and adults). We are travelling from NJ and it is significantly less expensive to fly into STT even with the ferry costs than EIS. We would like to fly in the day before as it takes us almost a full day to get there. I need help with finding somewhere on VG to stay o July 20 that has enough room for 22 people for only one night. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: 1 night in Virgin Gorda [Re: njchilds] #179705
01/05/2019 08:16 PM
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I think finding a place for 22 for 1 night on VG will be a problem.
You might have better luck staying on ST (Emerald Beach?) and grabbing
the ferry in the am to Road Town and then then on to VG.
Another choice might be Maria's by the Sea in Road Town and then ferry
to VG in the morning.
For a group that size, you may want to compare the ferry schedule to
your villa's check in time. 22 people and their luggage with nowhere to
go sounds like a a bit of drag.

Mike


Re: 1 night in Virgin Gorda [Re: njchilds] #179774
01/06/2019 01:34 PM
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Adagio Villa, Mahoe Bay,Virgin...
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HI Keith - if you have already rented just ask the villa owners to extend by one day - we do that all the time provided no one else is already booked.

Re: 1 night in Virgin Gorda [Re: gordaguy2] #179816
01/06/2019 07:57 PM
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Hi Brian - The question was actually mine.We have stayed at Adagio twice and would have again if there weren't so many of us. Love Adagio! I think the villas we are renting are already booked. But I am going to inquire. I think we will end up staying at Leverick just wasn't sure if there was something I was missing.

Thanks,
Nadine

Re: 1 night in Virgin Gorda [Re: njchilds] #179928
01/07/2019 01:39 PM
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Adagio Villa, Mahoe Bay,Virgin...
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Hi Keith - I am surprised that Leverick would have that many bedrooms. cheers and good luck


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