A & L Inn is an intimate inn of fourteen fully furnished, well decorated and reasonably priced air-conditioned rooms. Each room is equipped with two full size beds, Cable TV, Telephone, Wireless internet, Refrigerator, Private bath and Daily housekeeping services. All of the rooms in A & L Inn include Two full size beds, Cable TV, Air-conditioning, Telephone, Wireless Internet, Private Bath and Refrigerator; and each morning complimentary coffee and tea is available at the front desk office. Read more......Read less
Heritage Inn Tortola Rental hotel is only minutes from numerous awesome British Virgin Island beaches. Heritage Inn has large fresh water swimming pool in a wonderful setting of beautiful tropical trees and flowering shrubs. Heritage Inn is ideal for couples and families that has 3 two bedroom suites and 6 one bedroom suites all Tortola Accommodation with air-conditioned bedrooms, complete kitchen, living room and private balcony. Read more......Read less
3Windy Hill Carrot Bay Box 2019 British Virgin IslandsGet directions
BananaKeet Café is undoubtedly famous for the absolutely Spectacular Views and moreover the “Best BVI Sunsets”. Also popular for it’s Caribbean Fusion cuisine offering
a blend of local flavours with both Continental and even a bit of Asian. Chef ‘Spice’ offers a vast and diverse menu that attracts both visitors and locals alike. So romantic is sitting on the terrace sipping on creative cocktails while gazing at the ever-changing skies. Dreamy days, fabulous sunsets or starry nights all lend to the unbeatable experience awaiting you at the BananaKeet Café.
On Wednesday and Friday nights the legendary Reuben Chinnery plays the 12 string guitar and singing originals and songs everyone knows. Sundays from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm we offer a fabulous “PIMM’s” Pool Side Brunch. Every night at sunset we pass out our free “Sundowners” and raise a toast to another great sunset. Enjoy the views, the music, the people and of course the food. You will want to return … everyone does! Read more......Read less
4Long Bay British Virgin IslandsGet directions
Chef Kenneth Molyneaux was born and raised on the beautiful island of Tortola. As a young boy growing up in Long Bay, Ken (as he is affectionately called) developed an interes
t in the culinary arts. This interest blossomed as he worked alongside his mother in her kitchen and learned about the different herbs, seasonings, flavours, cooking techniques and indigenous foods found in these islands and throughout the Caribbean.
Kenneth went on to study Culinary Arts at the New England Culinary Institute where learned to develop his own unique style and flair and graduated with honours and at the top of his class. He also received the Presidents Award for the most outstanding performance in the Culinary Arts.
Over the years Chef Ken sharpened his skills as he pursued his career at many leading hotels and restaurants throughout the British Virgin Islands such as Long Bay Beach Hotel, Heritage Inn, Peter Island and Treasure Aisle.
Chef Ken was proud to showcase the BVIs local cuisine as a Guest Chef at several establishments such as Necker Island Hotel, St. Maarten French Restaurant, 2009 Winemakers Dinner, and at the Boatyard Bar & Grill in Annapolis, Maryland. He was also featured in Saveur Magazine for the Saveur Summer BBQ which was held in New York in 2011. Chef Ken also has judged several competitions such as the BVI Charter Yacht Society’s Boat Show Competition and the BVI Food Fete in 2014.
Chef Ken has been the Team Captain for the National Culinary Team since 2007 and was given the opportunity to lead the Team into a proud victory receiving a Gold Medal in 2011. Confident in his unique styles and flavours Chef Ken also entered the Chef of the Year and individual Certified Angus Beef Competition and was awarded gold medals in each category. To date Chef Ken has received 3 Bronze, 5 Silver and 3 Gold Medals.
Chef Ken is one of our finest ambassadors from the British Virgin Islands and his mouth watering flavours are always present i n his creations. He has worked his way up the culinary ladder for many years and now owns Tropical Fusion Beach Bar & Grill located in Long Bay. Read more......Read less
5South Valley Virgin Gorda British Virgin IslandsGet directions
L & S Jeep Rental is one of the largest car rental companies on Virgin Gorda and the British Virgin Islands. We credit our success to being able to satisfy our customers each
and every time they rent from L & S Rental. At L & S we offer the latest model vehicles, and we will always provide you with just the right vehicle to meet your needs.
Great cars, convenient location, low rates along with a focus on customer service and satisfaction, plus reliability make L & S Jeep Rental the best value for your next car rental needs on Virgin Gorda. Booking with us is fast and easy, and you are assured that your car will be waiting for you upon your arrival on our island.
Virgin Gorda is a vacationer's paradise and there's no better way to explore our paradise than in a quality rental from L&S Jeep Rental.
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The Paradise Pre-School, Day and Night Care started the year of 1962 by Ms. Eileene Baronville. Ms. Baronville has more than 48 years of experience in the teaching industry. T
he school is located at Barrow’s Estate, Road Town Tortola, and operates during the hours of 7:30am to 5:30pm.
Children are accepted from three months old, and up until they are five years old. The school is divided into two stages, stage one and stage two. Upon completion of stage one, children are moved to stage two where they are taught at a more advanced level. When they have completed stage two, a graduation ceremony is held as part of the end of school term.
The school is assisted by five individuals, of which, two are Spanish speaking assistances, who usually assist with the Spanish speaking children. At Paradise Pre-School, Day and Night Care, we do everything to ensure that your child gets the care he or she needs. Read more......Read less
Oil Nut Bay has been created with a purposeful focus on nature and wellness, learning and family. Oil Nut Bay is a place to relax in casual luxury, or engage in activities th at delight the sense of adventure. Oil Nut Bay offers an opportunity to create a personal paradise on land. Experience an unparalleled combination of distinctive architecture, outstanding lifestyle and personal attention at Oil Nut Bay. Read more......Read less
The BVI Beacon is a weekly British Virgin Islands newspaper founded in 1984 and published on the island of Tortola. The Beacon is owned and published by local businessman Russ
ell Harrigan, also the publisher of Business BVI.
The paper’s motto is “The light that comes from wisdom never goes out.” The paper is published on Thursdays, and organised into sections: Local News, Business, Weekend and Culture and Sports.
The first Beacon cost 35 cents. The paper now costs 50 cents.
The first issue of the Beacon was published on June 7, 1984. At the time, there was only one other newspaper in the territory, the Island Sun, which held a virtual monopoly on the business since 1962.
The first 12-page Beacon was produced by founders Linnell M. Abbott and her niece, Michelle Abbott. Originally published in black-and-white, the first paper included the lead story “Storm over VI fishing boundaries continues,” and the Bulwiss wire, a short article written in local dialect.
On February 12, 1998, a Valentine’s Day photo of a pink balloon heart, captioned “Love is in the air,” heralded the start of regular colour photographs. In 2002, then-Assistant Editor Scott Bronstein began the DATELINE: Paradise column.
The Beacon was originally produced in a small house at 67 Main Street, now the location of the Dove Restaurant. In 1991, the paper moved into a traditional West Indian style house on Russell Hill Road.
The office was plagued with errant goats and chickens that would wander into the open-air workspace. Since, a modern expansion has been added, doubling the size of the facility, and air-conditioning installed. The goats and chickens still wander outside the gate.
Until 1987, the paper was written on a now-vintage Olympia portable typewriter. The same year, the Beacon began using computers. In 2006, the paper computerised layout and production of the paper, and in 2009, updated from 1998 iMac G3s to their modern counterpart.
< br>In 2009, the newspaper was sold by Linnell M. Abbott and Business Manager Dora L. Harrigan, to its current owner. Read more......Read less
Amara Spa is a full service spa in the beautiful British Virgin Islands. Amara Spa offers a full range of spa services including Massages, Yoga, Acupuncture, Manicures, Pedicu res, Facials, Waxing, Body treatments and Wedding services. Amara Spa also offers all sauna treatments include a Relaxing foot soak, Private shower, Use of relaxation area, Aromatherapy of clients choice and Beverage. Read more......Read less