This house is incredible! From the pool and deck to the outdoor shower. Everything is super clean and neat. With a breath-taking view over Trunk Bay where you see yachts and boats going by every so often makes the house even better.
It's kind of a "hike" up and down from the beach but there is a way to get there by car, If you want to get a workout you can go up and down probably twice before you are wiped out. Even my two daughters (13,16) one does gymnastics and one a soccer player, thought it was a challenge. But, the walk is worth it. Once down at the beach you see crystal clear water with gorgeous white sand. The beach has NO life guard and is a red flag beach due to rip tides. I was a bit worried about my daughters swimming but the water is shallow even far out. The beach was considered "busy" if there were one other family there and normally they were on the opposite side of the beach. The walk to and from looks like a jungle. With lizards everywhere and crabs here and there. One sad thing is that the sunrise and set are to the left and right of the villa so you don't get to see either.
The villa overall is modern and amazing. You are pretty secluded from others. You can barely see other villas that are on Trunk Bay. It is about a 15 minute drive from the airport and 10 minutes to Roadtown. IF you are traveling here around Easter I would definitely take a ferry to Virgin Gorda for the parade. It was a great way to spend the day. If my family and I were to come back I think Villa Soleil would be our choice, thanks to my 13 year old daughter for finding it.
*please remember that the water in the villa is NOT drinkable. This was not clarified before we came. We were told we could drink it but from other people we have met you shouldn't drink any of it. My husband emailed the owner a couple days after we arrived and that's when we were told we couldn't rink it. PS this was after most of us already had (only my sister-in -law got a little sick.)*