Long Bay Beach Resort
It's a small resort, on the lush northern beach coast of Tortola. On the side of a small tropical mountain that overhangs the magnificent Long Bay, so named for the beautiful mile of pristine beach, its vista enclosed by that green Belmont mound of photogenic fame.
A delight to lovers everywhere, accommodations are priced for 1999 from $699 per couple for three nights, or $1499 per couple for seven nights (both between May 30-October 31 plus 17% tax and service charge). The honeymoon package includes:
Hillside Oceanview Deluxe studio, large and spacious with king-sized bed and large covered
private deck or balcony overlooking the outlying islands;
While these accommodations are excellent with the magnificent views to Jost Van Dyke across the Caribbean sea, the truly knowledgeable honeymooners know that the upgrade to the beachfront deluxe and beachfront cabana units are what makes a wonderful honeymoon something that is sealed in the bond between them forever. The choice of an especially fine accommodation is important for the seclusion and closeness to the surf that this wild, intimate natural setting offers.
The breakfast at the Long Bay's Beach Cafe allows a casual pace in the morning. Candlelight dinners are a special touch, but it is the evenings free to go dining in the islands that offers a special culinary adventure. Not only is the restaurant some consider to be the finest in the Caribbean nearby, but the culinary possibilities abound for West Indian fare on Tortola and, that special treat, the excursion across the water to exciting restaurants on outlying islands.
Nightlife is exciting and varied, from the unique Bomba's Shack next door in Apple Bay to that famous native son, Quito Rymer, and his memorable brand of island music in beautiful Cane Garden Bay, up the coast a bit (this island is all coasts, bays and cays). In the other direction, Soper's Hole, that special place for sailors as well as shoppers, is a outing to be rembembered for the Wharf with Pusser's Landing, West Indian architecture, and a Painkiller--one of the famous local drinks. Romance abounds in these islands with another exciting adventure just around the corner.