One island, 850 acres, 7 beaches and a maximum of 32 guests! This private island is one of the few privately owned islands left in the Caribbean.
A perfect choice for a romantic or relaxing getaway with few distractions. Guana’s beaches are its main amenity. The island has seven. The largest, White Bay Beach, is a half-mile stretch of pure powder sand with rarely more than a handful of people. There is a small beach bar for drinks or snacks so that you can while away the hours on the pristine sands.
Once you have unwound, you may choose a leisurely snorkel, use the island’s kayaks, Hobie Wave, or Sunfish to explore the nearby waters. For additional fees, you can water ski, scuba dive, or arrange a private fishing charter.
Land activities include tennis, volleyball, bocce, ping pong, badminton, horseshoes, and croquet. Massages are also available in your room or by the beach. Meals are taken in the main building, the Great House, which has some of the best dining views in the Caribbean, most notably on Queen’s Terrace, so named in honour of the Queen Mother’s visit in 1964.
» 16 cottages, all named after BVI islands, are tastefully appointed with simple and elegant designs and exceptional views of the island and beyond.
» All have balcony/ terrace, sitting room, air conditioning, and ensuite bathrooms.
» 1 restaurant, 1 bar
» Watersports, sailing, snorkelling and kayaks
» 2 tennis courts
» Children are welcome with early meals, designated dining areas and beach. The hotel also limits the number of children on the island at any one time to ensure that they do not disturb other guests.