Peter Island Resort
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Your own private island,
Peter Island has resort activities and seclusion. Crow’s Nest Villa is seen here up on its own perch.

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Breakfast of banana french toast with tamarind syrup. A "doubles" sea kayaking adventure. Snorkeling or windsurfing in Deadman’s Bay. Or your choice of Hobie, sunfish or laser sailing. Tennis, basketball or volleyball. A hike or mountain bike trip along Big Reef Bay or other trails (see map). Or simply a workout at the fitness center and spa (massage therapy is extra).
PeterIslandCrowsNestLivingRoomIcon.jpg (10184 bytes)Crow’s Nest Villa sits atop the hillock enclosing the vista at Deadman’s Bay Beach, close to activities but in its own private world, with four bedrooms, swimming pool, maid, gardener, personal steward, and island vehicle.
On the beach at Deadman’s Beach Bar & Grill, a simple lunch of coconut shrimp and salad. Quiet reading at the library or in the shade of a thatched umbrella on the beach. A horticulture tour along the botanical trail. Or a packed gourmet picnic lunch and van ride to White Bay beach on the other side of the island. Or take the Caribbean version of British tea each afternoon with, perhaps, mango iced tea and carrot bread.

PeterIsBeachRoom(ScubaMom)Icon2.jpg (7153 bytes)Beach Front Suites, beautiful stone and wood structures carved into the rugged bluff over Deadman’s Bay, have upper units with balconies and great views and lower units with private terraces that open right onto the beach (all have palm-tied hammocks). These 20 rooms are spacious with a sitting area with sofa and chair, desk, large walk in closet and a big bathroom with a shower and a romantic deep tub.

King size beds and both ceiling fans and air conditioning are in all resort accommodations. Rooms have been recently retiled and redecorated with bright prints, new draperies and French doors. Each room has a mini-bar, coffee maker, telephone, clock radio, hair dryer, and bathrobes. See this insightful review by Lynn McKamey and Ron Molnar’s Family Vacation Report.
PeterIslandOceanViewRoomIcon.jpg (6967 bytes)Ocean & Garden View Rooms. Surprising indeed are the dramatic modern A-frame silhouettes of these picturesque chalets shipped in from Norway. The Ocean & Garden View rooms are near the reception and dining room area overlooking Sprat Bay yacht harbor on one side. On the other side is a stunning free-form pool set in a tropical garden. And on every side are unqiue views framed by the small mountains and seascape beyond.
Designed with a tropical flair, these large rooms have a sitting area with two chairs and a table, ample closet space with with full bathrooms and a shower/tub. The 16 lower Garden View rooms have a sun parlor and shaded private patio while the 16 upper Ocean View rooms have cathedral ceilings with exposed beams and balcony-style verandahs with great views across the Sir Francis Drake Channel to Tortola in the distance, especially the twinkling lights of Road Town in the evening.
Five Course Dinner at the famous Tradewinds restaurant from its menu (slacks and collared shirts for men). Fresh snapper filled with spinach and herbs, wrapped in rice paper and served with mango and black bean salsa for just the main course! The excellent wine list is extra of course as well as Caribbean rum and Cuban cigar tastings. Nightly movies and weekly managers’ cocktail party. Dance under the stars to live entertainment most nights in season. West Indian buffet with a live steel drum band every Sunday afternoon. All of the above is included in the rates and packages at Peter Island Resort, shared with not more than guests in 52 rooms/suites and 3 villas.

Hawk’s Nest Villas
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High on hillsides, Hawk’s Nest Villas have private luxury, resort amenities and stunning vistas.