Prettyview Villa is a one bedroom suite perfect for a couple.
Prettyview Villa is located on a very private 3/4 acre property nestled in the hillside above Lambert Beach sometimes referred to as Elizabeth Beach. It is a short walk to the beach, an amazing and mostly undiscovered powder sand jewel. It is a leatherback turtle nesting site with hatchings each July. There is excellent snorkeling at the eastern end between Lambert and Little Bay, with good shelter created from Guana Island.
The resort has been renamed Turtle Bay and is being renovated. The resort was destroyed in Hurricane Irma and is being rebuild with an anticipated opening in Spring 2019.
We based the design and amenities of Prettyview on a five star hotel suite we frequented. The interior is cooled by the trade winds and a large ceiling fan or if you prefer, a very quiet air conditioner. You can relax and read your favorite book with a 'painkiller', play dominos, or watch a movie from our island DVD collection or Netflix on Roku. The villa has unlimited WIFI streaming and a local BVI cell phone is available for use. The house design includes a turquoise clad double shower inside the suite with sparkling glass block and a view of the Caribbean. For extra romance and cleanliness, there is also an outside shower with a clearer view of the sea and just enough glass block for prudent privacy. The Villa also includes a wrap around balcony and patio at the living quarters level and a lower level deck for outdoor eating and sunbathing. There is a full indoor kitchen well equipped for all your culinary needs.
Prettyview earned her name from one of the men who built her. 'Pretty' in the islands is a state of mind of near perfect well being. As Markee helped set the stout rafters of this home and gazed upon the panoramic view of Guana Island and the expansive Caribbean Sea, he expressed how all was 'Pretty'. Prettyview Villa lives up to her name with all the romance of a West Indian cottage with the creature comforts of a western home.
Keywords: cottage, suite, bungalow, villa
UPDATE: Prettyview Villa survived both Hurricane Irma and Maria with minor damage. The gardens took a big hit and are pruned back to enhance future growth. The view is more open all around the villa. Lambert Beach Resort is under reconstruction. Nothing is open at the resort but you can still enjoy the beach.