An exclusive enclave on the eastern tip of Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands, Oil Nut Bay comprises a collection of private homes and holiday villas spread across 400 acres of gorgeous Caribbean beachfront, offering the last word in luxury living. Accessible only by boat or helicopter, villas cost up to US $30,000 per night, while private freehold homes sell for up to $39.5 million.
The resort, which is owned by entrepreneur and developer David V. Johnson, recently unveiled five new ultra-exclusive villas to its rental collection, each custom-built to make the most of sweeping coastal views and the contours of the natural landscape. Each of the villas, which boast evocative names like Cooke Lookout and Whale Point, sleeps up to 12 guests and has at least one swimming pool.
The resort’s Marina Village, which opened in 2021, has a suspended pool with hammocks and daybeds, a 93-slip marina accommodating yachts up to 40-metres in length and signature restaurant Nova, as well as the Deep Bay Watersports Center: your one-stop-shop for excursions into the endless blue of the Caribbean.