Oil Nut Bay Beach House By Simon Gudgeon

On December 1, the British Virgin Islands was officially opened to tourists. If you are worried that multiple tests, charges, and four-day quarantine are not worth a visit, then check out the Oil Nut Bay Beach House. The modern 5807 square foot retreat on Virgin Gorda just steps away from the clear waters of the Caribbean Sea. Before you reach the beach, your home will welcome you in a magnificent atrium with a bronze sculpture by British artist Simon Gudgeon and a reflecting pool. Floating steps lead to a large room with a kitchen, dining, and living area. A wall of sliding glass doors expands the room to a spacious terrace with an infinity pool and fire pit area overlooking the white sand beach. In terms of sleeping arrangements, the house includes two master suites with private terraces and outdoor showers and four additional guest rooms. It also includes two 6-person electric vehicles that can take them to the community’s restaurants, fitness room, and pier. Click here for more details about Oil Nut Bay Beach House.


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