Cane Garden Bay
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While there are no resorts here, this beach community is blessed with a variety of locally owned inns and guesthouses, in keeping with and, in turn, preserving the special character of Cane Garden Bay–everyone’s favorite area!

Ole Works Inn (email, 495-4837) is a charming place at the site of an historic sugar factory right across from the beach.

Its 2 Honeymoon Towers, 8 Beach Views and 3 Deluxe and Junior Suites are very popular.

The Honeymoon Towers are "tower shaped" rooms that come with a balcony with great views, a queen size bed, a/c and ceiling fan, refrigerator, TV/VCR and a swinging loveseat for two.

The Beach View rooms are comfortable, clean and large with two double beds. There is an ample chest of drawers with a large mirror, a table with 2 chairs, and a small refrigerator. The bathroom has a tub/shower. There is air conditioning and a ceiling fan. Some have French doors to decks with great sunset views over the islands.

The Suites have kitchettes and balconies with beach views. The Deluxe Suite has a split level design with a separate living room that has a sofa bed couch that makes an additional sleeping room.

Affordable, relaxing, on the most famous beach in the BVIs–you can’t beat it!

Rhymer’s Beach Hotel (495-4639) is a laid back landmark.

Myett’s Guest Suites (email 495-9543) ) is a new building adjoining the beach.

Cane Garden Bay Cottages (495-4848 email) are popular cozy cottages near the beach.

Lighthouse Villas.jpg (7757 bytes)The Lighthouse Villas (494-5482, email), pictured, a new three-story inn has six oversized villas with large balconies overlooking Cane Garden Bay.

ELM Beach Suites (494-2888 email) is across the road on the beach side a short distance from the water behind and beside Stanley’s beach bar. The suites consist of five one-bedroom apartments, with living room, bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette. Two suites are on the ground floor and three on the second floor off a entry balcony overlooking the bay.

Upon entering each upstairs suite is a living room with pullout sleeper/sofa, ceiling fan, and cable television. The spacious bedrooms are in the rear of the suite, with window air conditioner, ceiling fan, closet, dresser, and either a king or double bed. The fully stocked kitchenette has an oven/range, coffee maker, and toaster. Opposite the kitchenette is the bathroom with showers. Outside is beautiful Cane Garden Bay just a barefoot sandy stroll to the water.

Agape Cottages (495-4825 email), on the hill 90′ above Myett’s, has 7 units from 1 bedroom efficiencies to 3 bedroom aparments with kitchens and balconies overlooking Cane Garden Bay. No car is necessary since you can walk to the beach.

Columbus Sunset Vacation Apartments (495-4751) has affordable one and two bedrooom apartments across the road from the beach.

Carrie’s Island Comfort Inn (495-9220), high on the ridge above the Bay (1/8 mile by road), has affordable one and two bedroom suites with bedroom living room, kitchenette, bath and gallery with a view.

Mongoose Apartments Guesthouse (495-4421, email). A budget destination with a delightful two-minute walk to the beach. Done in mongooseaptsguesthsefronticon.jpg (5731 bytes)traditional West Indian design outside with Caribbean style inside, Mongoose Apartments shows that there are wonderful experiences for all budgets. Life is simply too complex to come in only one style or form, especially at Cane Garden Bay.

Cane Garden Bay Villas has information on the many varied villas on the tropical mountain above Cane Garden Bay.