A number of major travel publications have featured the rebuild and reopening of Bitter End Yacht Club in recent weeks. Prominent among them is Travel + Leisure Magazine, with feature coverage of our new Marina Lofts. Here is an excerpt, followed by a link to the full story.
This Resort Has the First Overwater Bungalows in the British Virgin Islands
Bitter End Yacht Club, a nautical-themed resort in the British Virgin Islands, is set to reopen this winter after complete destruction by Hurricane Irma in 2017.
Following a four-year closure and ground-up rebuild, the newly reimagined Bitter End Yacht Club will welcome guests back to the 64-acre island outpost located on Virgin Gorda. What's more, the property is now outfitted with all-new Marina Lofts, which will be the only overwater bungalows in the British Virgin Islands.
Originally founded in 1969, the family-friendly resort is only accessible by boat which has made it a popular attraction for sailors and yacht enthusiasts for more than 50 years. The sprawling seaside resort is named after its secluded location at the intersection of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, otherwise known as the "end of the line."
For the full story go to: Travel + Leisure