Oil Nut Bay
British Virgin Islands
Following Hurricane Irma, this resort is currently closed for repairs. Please contact our Caribbean team for more information and alternatives.
At a Glance
Private resort offering a high number of easily accessible facilities
The Beach Club is the perfect place to relax with the pool, restaurant, beach and lounges all in one place
A number of hiking and biking trails provide the ideal way to explore the island and to access some of the best view spots
A personal concierge service will help you make the most of your time on the island, making it a vacation to remember
The Nut House and Nature Center provide resources for you to increase your knowledge about the island so you can go home having learned something
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Oil Nut Bay
Oil Nut Bay is located on the eastern tip of Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands, offering a private resort mostly owned by homeowners but there are several suites available to let for short periods of time. World class architecture, unparalleled physical beauty, endless luxurious amenities, and harmonious settings is what Oil Nut Bay is renowned for. The Victor International Corporation has designed the resort to demonstrate that living well and doing well for the environment can work well hand in hand resulting in living in harmony with nature.
The facilities and recreational activities available at the 300-acre resort are endless. The Beach Club is a family social center where you can dine, swim, read, catch up with friends or relax on the pool deck. The Nut House and Nature Center offers a wide range of programs for the whole family focused on the preservation of the land and sea. There is a Wellness Studio open 24-hours a day furnished with state-of-the-art gym equipment and a studio for yoga, pilates and aerobics. Water sports include snorkeling in the azure seas, sailing and diving, whilst on land you can take a hike or ride a bike along one of the six trails and take in the breath-taking scenery.
The Cliffs are luxury suites found on the southeast cliffs offering uninterrupted views of the Caribbean Sea. The suite has a large master bedroom, an outdoor open-air shower, living area, exterior terraces and a private outdoor infinity plunge pool. The Penthouse Suite has in addition, a wraparound terrace, full size swimming pool and the signature FENDI Casa décor. The Bella Beach Villa is perfect for a larger group with its six bedrooms and has a full kitchen to give you more flexibility. The Jewel Box Villa has two bedrooms making it an ideal option if you are traveling as a family.
Staying on Oil Nut Bay gives you access to all resort amenities, complimentary daytime kids activities with supervisors, a dedicated electrical cart, access to wellness center, Wi-Fi, complimentary in-room artisan snacks and beverages, scheduled ferry service within the North Sound, spa treatments available in-room or in remote spa locations and a personal concierge service. Therefore a stay here really leaves you wanting for nothing if your aim is to have a relaxed vacation in a beautiful location with plenty of activities at hand.
Accommodation for non home-owners is available in the form of luxury suites and villas. The Cliffs are luxury suites perched on the southeast cliffs of the bay. There are two one-bedroom suites offering superb sea views. The Penthouse Suite also found here, is at the highest point with a spacious interior and exterior. The Bella Beach Villa has six bedrooms and a professional kitchen whilst the Jewel Box Villa is slightly smaller with two bedrooms.
These suites measure 890 square feet and feature a master bedroom, one and a half bathrooms, outdoor open-air shower, wet bar, exterior terraces, private outdoor infinity plunge pool and floor to ceiling sliding glass windows.
|Cliff Penthouse Suite||
This suite measure 1,334 square feet and features a spacious interior and exterior area, wraparound outdoor terrace, master bedroom, living room and full size swimming pool. It has been styled by FENDI and includes many luxurious and stylish furnishings throughout.
|Bella Beach Villa||
This villa measures 6000 square feet and is located on the beach. There are two master bedrooms overlooking the pool and beach front and four additional king bedrooms. Each bedroom has a private entrance, en-suite bathroom with indoor and outdoor shower, luxury bedding, coffee maker, refrigerator and LCD television. There is an open-plan kitchen, living room, al fresco pool dining, gas barbecue, laundry room and exercise room. The Villa is appointed with luxury furniture and fixtures, internal sound system and air-conditioning.
|Jewel Box Villa||
This villa measures 1,800 square feet and is located on the beach front. It has two bedrooms, two and a lag bathrooms, a full kitchen, dining room, and a living room equipped with a large screen TV and DVD player. The outdoor space features a private infinity pool, extensive veranda, hardwood gazebo and thatch roof Pursuits Hut.
Location & Directions
British Virgin Islands
With only 88 sites spread across 300 acres, the community offers 8 unique neighborhoods. Half of the land is designated to open space. The British Virgin Islands are known for world class sailing, welcoming people, high standards of living, natural beauty and pristine white beaches.
When to go
Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9 hours sunshine a day the peak season runs from December through to April which is the dry season when you can expect very little rainfall. May to November are the slightly wetter months where you will find an increase in rainfall as the summer season goes on and with that some humidity, however the Summer months are still a great time to travel as the temperatures are hot and the rain tends to come in short heavy bursts but not all day long. The wettest months with the most humidity are September and October and these are the most probable months for hurricanes to occur in the region although many islands have not experienced hurricanes for a number of years. The average daily temperatures range from the mid-seventies in the winter months and mid-eighties in the summertime.