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The British Virgin Islands make for a wonderful place to enjoy the delights of the Caribbean, and at Bitter End Yacht Club those delights are focused on the crystal waters which surround it.

The resort is located on the island of Virgin Gorda and is known to be one of the Caribbean's most dedicated watersports resorts. Uniquely situated along a mile of shorefront on the protected waters of the North Sound, the sailing, snorkelling and watersports are certain to be a huge part of your stay.

Bitter End boasts the world’s largest complimentary fleet of watercraft, as well as two restaurants and three private beaches. Its renowned Sailing School caters for all ages and for complete beginners through to experienced sailors looking to fine tune their skills. Due to the wealth of amenities and the relaxed atmosphere it makes for an ideal escape for families and couples alike, or simply for those looking to ‘escape from it all’. The fact that it is only accessible by water adds to its exclusivity and charm, boasting near-perfect year-round sailing conditions, sunshine and blue waters.

85 beachfront, bungalow-style guest rooms.

  • 3 restaurants and poolside bar plus its own bakery
  • Sailing school
  • Swimming pool
  • 15 excursions each week
  • Scuba diving
  • Children’s club
  • Spa
  • Shop
  • Outdoor theatre

Virgin Gorda. Accessible only by water the most commonly used method to get to the resort is via the North Sound Express ferry that operates between the Beef Island Airport on Tortola and Bitter End's dock.

7 nights full board in a Garden View Cottrage from £2,449 per person based on 2 adults sharing, including return economy class flights, inter-island flights and transfers