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Virgin Gorda accomodations #85222
02/04/2016 10:12 PM
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4 of us are traveling to Virgin Gorda for the first time and will be there 4 nights from July 10th-13th. We can share a villa or stay in separate structures. We're not looking luxury but do need air conditioning. We're looking to keep the budget below roughly $200 per couple. It seems like several places may require 7 nights. Can anyone give us some suggestions? We thought of Guavaberry but there appears to be a 7 night minimum. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

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Re: Virgin Gorda accomodations [Re: Dixie43] #85223
02/04/2016 11:03 PM
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Leverick Bay will definitely have a villa to fit your needs.

Re: Virgin Gorda accomodations [Re: Dixie43] #85224
02/04/2016 11:15 PM
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3 day min. as far as I know @ Guavaberry. That's summer schedule. Great place to stay. I attached a link to island dream villa from vrbo that is great for 2 couples near savanna bay earlier. Check it out.

https://www.vrbo.com/64106


the smaller the poop, the better the pet
Re: Virgin Gorda accomodations [Re: sunnybuns] #85225
02/04/2016 11:29 PM
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Island Dream is not near Savannah Bay, it's in Nail Bay and is WAY too cramped for four people as we stayed there our 1st time to VG in 2011.

Re: Virgin Gorda accomodations [Re: Dixie43] #85226
02/05/2016 10:41 AM
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Ditto Guavaberry. Villa's, one, two, or three bedroom cottage's, A/C, a commissary, beach chair's, a short walk to the Bath's, only a mile from Spanish Town. Great staff, love the cleaning ladies. And no 7 day minimum, especially when you are going. We stay there for weeks at a time and love every minute. Oh, and there are friendly puppy dogs, so bring a tennis ball or squeaky toy... <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/circle.gif" alt="" />

Re: Virgin Gorda accomodations [Re: charlie] #85227
02/05/2016 11:01 AM
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Thanks you for the replies. We clarified that 7 night minimum is not required for the Guavaberry cottages and have booked there. We are very excited to finally spend a few days there and at Guavaberry. Before we go I'll be posting asking for suggestions for a 3 day itinerary. Thanks again.

Re: Virgin Gorda accomodations [Re: Dixie43] #85228
02/05/2016 11:47 AM
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My wife and i have this one booked for the end of June;

https://www.vrbo.com/77996

Haven't stayed there before but we ran into the owners camping at Ivan's in November.

Re: Virgin Gorda accomodations [Re: RickinAtlanta] #85229
02/05/2016 12:56 PM
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redding ca./nashville
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Wow you're right. Savanna is 1.32 miles away.


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Re: Virgin Gorda accomodations [Re: charlie] #85230
02/05/2016 01:08 PM
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AC in the bedrooms only at Guavaberry. Kichen/living room was hot.

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Re: Virgin Gorda accomodations [Re: Dixie43] #85231
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If you get a villa at Guavaberry no problem with A/C. If you get a small cottage with A/C in the bedroom there are ceiling and floor fans to move the air around. We just tough it out when we are down in May, as it is cooler in the BVI even in the summer than it is in central Virginia. Besides, you won't be in the house during the day because of all of the seeing and doing. <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/jester.gif" alt="" /> We go out from morning until dark and have no problem's. <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/Groovin.gif" alt="" />

Re: Virgin Gorda accomodations [Re: sunnybuns] #85232
02/05/2016 07:55 PM
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sunnybuns said:
Wow you're right. Savanna is 1.32 miles away.


Thank you...point is that you have Nail Bay and Mountain Trunk closer than 1.32 miles.

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Re: Virgin Gorda accomodations [Re: charlie] #85233
02/07/2016 06:02 PM
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We have stayed all over VG during the past 30 years and enjoyed them ALL. However, we always seems to return to Leverick Bay each year.


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