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Location
4.8
Cleanliness
4.4
Service
4.3
Value
4.1
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Free internet
Pool
Free breakfast
Beach
Diving
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
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Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
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Private balcony
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ABKL0505 wrote a review Jun 7
Sheffield, United Kingdom79 contributions45 helpful votes
We were visiting Saba Rock and ended up at BEYC for lunch. Everything was so incredibly good. We were looked after exceptionally well by Dorne in the restaurant. Cocktails, food and service could not be faulted. Dorne was friendly, courteous and very accommodating. The facilities are extremely nice and the location is idyllic. Our first visit, hopefully not our last. We will definitely want to return when we’re next in the BVI. Thank you
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Date of stay: May 2022
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robertcolleeng wrote a review Apr 2022
Wilson2 contributions3 helpful votes
The Bitter End is back! You can’t find a more stunning location. The hospitality and service are better than ever. The boat bar is lots of fun and the new buildings are lovely. The marina store is upgraded, carrying a nice selection of groceries and adult beverages. Go ashore for a few hours of family fun and water sports, or stay, like we did in one of the new, on-the-water cabins. We look forward to going back when they have the hillside rooms completed.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: The one-the-water cabins are an excellent option for a night off your boat in a comfy bed.
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Kim B wrote a review Apr 2022
Newport Beach, California261 contributions65 helpful votes
Well, this being my first time to the BVI and Virgin Gorda, I was VERY impressed! The Bitter End Yacht Club was exactly what I was hoping it would be! It definitely had the feel of being on an island with lots of laughing and people thoroughly enjoying themselves! It was a bit windy, so not many decided to go sit at the bar at the end of the restaurant. We did, and we had the best service from our bartender. I'm sorry I didn't get her name. She made a great pineapple, jalapeno margarita! I believe it is called the Buoy Room. We ordered the red snapper ceviche and conch fritters. Both were excellent, and the service was fast and friendly. I wish we would've come back during the day, but we were so pleased with the nighttime service! I hope I will be back many more times in my lifetime!
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Date of stay: April 2022
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tckasson wrote a review Mar 2022
Simsbury, Connecticut24 contributions1 helpful vote
During our trip in the BVI, the BEYC was a highlight. The newly built areas are wonderful! We sat at the Quarter Deck where you bring your own coffee or drink. Beautiful! Then ordered drinks at the bar and sat on the patio tables with an amazing view of the bay. Walked around to see the new villas they are currently building. Then topped it off with a wonderful dinner at the Buoy restaurant! Amazing fish, best jerk chicken ever, and a key lime pie unlike any other! Go!!
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Date of stay: February 2022
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Doug W wrote a review Dec 2021
9 contributions7 helpful votes
On Christmas Day, our party of 8 inquired about dinner at the restaurant. There were three different menus throughout the day with dinner beginning at 6:00. Reservations were suggested but not required. We went to the restaurant at 5:40 and were told they could not seat us due to being filled with reservations for the evening. At 5:40, only one party of 4 was seated with the rest of the restaurant empty. I asked if we could sit at the bar and was told no, that’s also filled with reservations. Almost 6:00, we were told we could order pizza to go. We should have been able to order this seated off their 3:00-6:00 menu. The bartender stepped in and took our pizza orders. After waiting quite awhile, she came over to where we were sitting to tell us our pizzas were ready. They were not boxed and I asked about that. The bartender suggested we sit at the bar and eat. I told her I was told that was not possible. The bartender was very surprised, said that was not true and invited us to the bar. After that, we had an enjoyable night at the bar. The bartender, Josie, was awesome!! We left at 7:45 and there were 5 tables of 4, complete with table ware and lit candles, that were never filled the entire time we were there. It was clear that the restaurant staff were not all on the same page. Josie, the bartender, saved the evening!!
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Traveled
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Ned B wrote a review Dec 2021
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In thinking about our lunch at Bitter End, I was wondering whether it was our worst dining experience in 20 years, 40 years, or ever. We were a large group, 13 adults, but there were other large family groups at the same time. In order to save time, we had emailed our food order ahead of time and the staff acknowledged that they had received it. By the end of the first hour, one of our group still had not received his drink. The waitress had filled three quarters of the water glasses. The wait staff was disorganized and seemingly confused much of the time. After an hour and 20 minutes, still without food or additional water. one of our party went to the club store and bought water bottles so that we could refill (or fill) our glasses. Food started to come in fits and starts. By the two hour mark, with four of us still without food, I went to the food prep area and complained for the second time. The head guy said, "I'm sorry but we are really busy." I refrained from getting into a discussion about scaling the number of reservations to the capacity of the kitchen. The chicken sandwich and the brisket were very good, the pizza was doughy and almost inedible. We won't be going back.
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Date of stay: December 2021
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TravellerID wrote a review Dec 2021
United States71 contributions65 helpful votes
What an amazing turn of luck we have just had today, we sailed into the North Sound and found out that Bitter End Yacht Club had just re- opened today, we had heard so much about it but everyone said it was closed for renovation after the hurricane. We decided to go and have a look around, absoulty amazing, fantasic, the place looks out of this world, we never had the chance to go to the old Bitter End but we were so happy to be able to visit. The staff were amazing and the Chef well what can we say apart from absoloutly fantasic , he came out and was actually asking people if all was okay, its very rare to see that but worth every moment, we had a Mariner pizza , it was a thin crust extremely well cooked and then the Burger, absoulty amazing, one of the best burgers i have had on the island, its so nice to see that a place caters for Vegans and Vegetarian. They have a little store there as well, fantasic, the staff are so friendly, it has different items in that are perfect for stocking up. All in all we had an excellent meal, excellent time and fun, cant wait to come back and visit again.
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Date of stay: December 2021
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Armada71 wrote a review Jul 2020
6 contributions1 helpful vote
According to the owners, they anticipate being partially open by the end of the year. First will be the main buildings with services for visiting boaters including restaurant and bar. There will be a few rooms available then. They plan on openning more rooms on a continuing basis in 2021.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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ChiefWolf wrote a review Jun 2019
Miami, Florida209 contributions82 helpful votes
The Bitter End Yacht club was totally destroyed by the Sept 2017 hurricanes. They are slowly proceeding to clean up & remove all the demolished structures. Based on personal observations, it will take a long time before anything is up & running. It shouldn’t be listed as an available option at the moment.
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Traveled
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Philip M wrote a review May 2019
Brewster, Massachusetts10 contributions7 helpful votes
This amazing property was TOTALLY DESTROYED by Hurricane Irma in 2017. We hear some limited facilities may be open for the 2019-2020 season, but it's misleading to advertise rooms which do not exist at this time.
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Date of stay: January 2019
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Room Tip: No rooms! The place is closed
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bitter End Yacht Club
Which popular attractions are close to Bitter End Yacht Club?
Nearby attractions include Savannah Bay (4.8 miles), Saba Rock (0.2 miles), and Virgin Gorda Peak (2.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Bitter End Yacht Club?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Bitter End Yacht Club?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Bitter End Yacht Club?
Conveniently located restaurants include Hog Heaven, The Restaurant at Leverick Bay, and Saba Rock.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Bitter End Yacht Club?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Bitter End Yacht Club have airport transportation?
Yes, Bitter End Yacht Club offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are there any historical sites close to Bitter End Yacht Club?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Nail Bay Sugar Works (3.7 miles).
Does Bitter End Yacht Club have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbor view available here.