Welcome to an 850-acre private island where guests can revel in a relaxed, Caribbean-style retreat. Dating back to the 1930s and built on the historic foundations of an 18th century Quaker estate, its stone cottages nestle along a scenic ridge offering magnificent views of both the Atlantic and the Caribbean. Guana Island’s White Beach has been called the best beach in the British Virgin Islands, but guests can also access 6 other beaches on the island by boat or on foot. The rooms at Guana Island offer the perfect balance of rustic and breezy contemporary styling with all the facilities needed to enjoy a serene stay.
Things to do at Guana Island
Guana Island certainly doesn’t fall short of activities. All guests have access to an enviable range of sporting and leisure opportunities, including kayaking and pedal boating, fishing, diving, water skiing, snorkelling, kiteboarding, hiking and playing tennis. If relaxation is your prerogative, yoga lessons are also available as well as massages and deeply indulgent body treatments. Nature lovers will be fascinated by the rich biodiversity on Guana Island - whether spotting marine life on the island’s three distinct reef areas, or enjoying the botanical bonanza available on land. Those looking to explore even further afield might look to visit Norman Island, Virgin Gorda or Anegada.
Dining at Guana Island
Expect top-notch, internationally-inspired cuisine at Guana Island accompanied by a list of tempting fine wines. Guana also has special vegetarian menus and can accommodate any special dietary restrictions or requests. Locally-sourced ingredients are impeccably prepared for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Some ingredients are so local, in fact, that they come from Guana’s organic orchard. Take a tour of the gardens during your stay and discover a cornucopia of delicious, exotic fruits. Meanwhile, guests can also enjoy expertly-blended cocktails at the Club - an 18th century hilltop outpost with sweeping views and a candle-lit terrace offering unlimited ambience.