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The Villas of Fort Recovery Estate


Tortola, BV 0

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The Villas of Fort Recovery Estate on Tortola, British Virgin Islands are on the Caribbean side of the island, where the water is calmer. This creates an excellent swimming and snorkeling area, from our small, private beach. Located on the South side of the island gives us constant cooling tradewinds, especially during the summer. Remember that activities are informal, and we will make every effort to assist in arranging anything you may choose.

We afford you all the benefits of having your own fully equipped Caribbean seaside villa. Built around an original 17th century Dutch Fort, accented with masses of bougainvillea, oleander, hibiscus, and swaying palm trees, these villas offer superb views of
Peter Island, St. John, and many other islands. All villas are completely and comfortably furnished with A/C, TV, and housekeeping service provided daily. Fort Recovery Estates is your key to a great tropical vacation!



Location
We are on the South/West part of Tortola, directly on the Caribbean Sea. Our small private sandy beach is great for swimming,
snorkeling and shelling. The water is safe for swimming because on the south shore, undertows and rip tides do not encumber us.

Tortola is an island surrounded by sparkling clear blue waters. Enjoy a day of great sailing aboard one of the many charter boats available for hire. For the sports fisherman, our local waters are internationally acclaimed. World records have been achieved for Marlin, Tuna, and other game fish. Skin divers might call Tortola paradise, while scuba divers will find over thirty of the Caribbean's most outstanding dive spots, including the wreck of the R.M.S. Rhone. Beachcombing is always a favorite pastime and passing boats are the object of constant interest. Take a boat trip to one of the nearby islands such as Norman Island, Peter Island, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and the U.S. Virgin Islands. You can also visit an 18th century rum distillery, the Botanical Gardens and Mt.Sage Rain Forest.

Accommodations

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3-4 Bedroom Villa: This large tropical home located on the beach, beautifully appointed, consists of a central hallway (Art Gallery), large living room/library, kitchen, four air-conditioned bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a large wrap-around wooden porch. The garden room leads to the pool and private side gardens. People, who frequently visit Tortola, comment that it is the nicest beachfront home that Tortola has to offer.

Two Bedroom Villa: This lovely seaside villa, with superb views, has a large living room, kitchen, two air-conditioned bedrooms, two bathrooms, three patios, and gardens.

One Bedroom Villas: These unique seaside villas consist of a private beachfront patio, fully equipped kitchen and living-room, with ceiling fan, air-conditioned bedroom and bathroom, which creates an appealing relaxed environment. The glass screened doors, exposing fantastic views of the Caribbean, extends on to it's own private sun patio, with lounge chairs.

One Bedroom Poolside Villa: Fully air-conditioned, large one bedroom courtyard house, is self-standing. It's large wrap-around wooden porch, with a corner view of the Caribbean, is situated next to the pool. This unique villa is shingled in cedar with high ceilings, a very large living room (excellent for additional persons), kitchen, separate bedroom and bathroom.

Penthouse Villas: State of the art spacious penthouse villas, with beamed cathedral ceilings, highly designed interiors, provides you with spectacular panoramic views of the Caribbean, from your private balcony. There are six one bedroom, and one two bedroom penthouse villas. They consist of a fully equipped kitchen, living room, and separate air-conditioned bedrooms and bathrooms.

Amenities/Activities
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With each seven night's stay, Fort Recovery guests receive a half-day snorkeling trip. You can arrange with our on site captain for extra trips. There are also scuba dive shops, sailing vessel day-charters, sport fishing boats, windsurfing, kayaks, and parasailing on the island, otherwise you can go swimming in our freshwater swimming pool.

Meals
Our bright reception area with a covered verandah enables you to relax and enjoy our daily continental breakfast from 7am to 11am. The gourmet chef has one of the best menus on the island with cuisine ranging from chicken, steak, seafood, vegetarian food, and Creole specialties. A waiter, from set up to clean up, elegantly serves dinner, to the privacy of your villa. A supermarket is a six-minute walk from the property.



Awards and Recognition
"Fort Recovery, located on the Caribbean, has a private, small sandy beach, and is one of the best places to stay on Tortola." -The New York Times

Feast and Flavors... "Fort Recovery Estate Villas, on Tortola, BVI has superb international cuisine with Cajun specialties. The superlative dining in the privacy of your seaside villa, by waiter service, is enhanced by the spectacular views creating a romantic setting." -Islands Magazine

"Fort Recovery's lush landscaping, the Caribbean Sea right outside your door, was a backdrop for a spectacular rainbow after a short Caribbean shower. The highlight of our trip was the fantastic snorkeling trip to the Caves, and lunch at The Willy T." -Caribbean Travel & Life

Children: welcome

Rates: $145-$170 for a villa per night

Payment: major credit cards


The Villas of Fort Recovery Estate

Tortola, BV 0





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