Just finished a week long charter in the BVI where we spent two nights on a mooring ball at BEYC. Their hospitality and service are amazing. Wonderful facilities for people on boats including showers, a business centre, lounge and very good wifi. The restaurant menu is a bit limited but they are working on a second one. Lovely beach. This is not to be missed on a trip to the north sound.
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
Came in the afternoon and sat on the beach / swam in the sea. Our friends joined us later on. We sat by the boat and had happy hour cocktails. The second round wasn’t happy hour and was nearly £80 for 6 drinks ( 3 were bottled beer) wow ! Very nice place & atmosphere but very expensive
No trip to Virgin Gorda is complete with out spending a day at the BEYC. It is a destination all it's own and should not be missed. The rebuild after the hurricane is nautically gorgeous, the staff so happy to be back, the grounds so tastefully done and the restaurants and bars are exceptional. There is a history here.......and it shows. The magic lives on. BiBi looked after our every need for our dinner reservations. She could nt have been more attentive and kind. Everyone bent over backwards to look after us. The food was fantastic. Best Anegada lobster ever ! We will be back again and stay much longer ! Thank you BEYC Barb and Dan from Canada
We stayed at the marina lofts for a week. We tried to stay at BEYC back in 2018 but Irma had come through just months before we were finally going to book our reservation. I don’t have the experience of staying at BEYC then but we had a very nice stay in their 2.0 version. The property is gorgeous and well designed. We stayed in loft 1 and the loft itself is beautiful and comfortable. There is no tv in the room, you can find tvs at the bar and Quarterdeck (when it opens, it was closed for some additions). Check in was a snap, Alisha greeted us and gave us a tour of the property and led us to our room. She took very good care of us and arranged all of our activities/ferry departures/taxis etc. She made sure we stayed busy and had everything we needed. It was truly wonderful, we felt so special and taken care of. The staff were all lovely but the ones who stood out to us were Baccus, Marylyn, Saturn, Lorena and I believe a smiley redhead named Shane who worked the main bar. The provision shop was great, lots of drinks and snacks and the boutique was very well appointed. I ended up buying some jewelry there but they had lots to choose from: tshirts, rashguards, dresses, bags, etc. The only thing I wish they provided with the room (or sold) is a small float with a rope. It’s a little dangerous to swim right outside the room because the dinghy’s and ferry come in and out there all times of the day. It would have been nice (and safer) to just float in that area instead, tied to the ladder outside the room. The pool has also not been built and would have added an extra element to our stay. They have water sports and a volleyball net but I could feel something was definitely missing. We love to lounge by the beach and wade in the pool so it was a bit of a bummer not to have that option. When they do add it, I am SURE that it will always be busy. If they happen to add a swim up bar, I may never leave lol. The marina is also very busy which is truly awesome because what boater doesn’t like seeing everyone’s docking skills? 😜 the ONLY problem with this is that almost every night between 11pm and 1am there was ALWAYS loud noise coming from the docks. Laughing, loud music, screaming, etc. The rooms have no sound barrier of any kind. All of the windows have easy open blinds which makes perfect sense because the breeze coming through is spectacular and only the windows on the sides have a mesh screen. The lower floor has a set of sliding doors with no lower or upper door seals so sound travels into the room. The upstairs where the bedroom is has 2 sets of accordion doors adorned with sets of window blinds and nothing on the outside to block bugs or noise. I can deal with the bugs, the bed has a mosquito net all around but we might as well have been on all those boats drinking and laughing with their guests. I ended up using my noise canceling headphones to fall asleep and would wake up in the middle of the night to take them off past 1-2am. I also forgot to mention that they had turn down service which I LOVED. They would turn down the bed, wipe down the shower and bring us fresh ice and water. I wish I had gotten his name but there was a gentleman that cleaned and turned down our room and he was so sweet and our room always looked amazing. Despite the noise issue we had a truly wonderful time. If we came back however, I would rather stay in a room away from the marina area.…
We moored off the location and took a dinghy in for dinner. The restaurant served shared plates and pizza. The food was good and the staff friendly. We went in the early evening so I didn’t get a chance to shop and darkness kept us from wandering the property.
The bitter end 2.0 has become one of our favorite bars/restaurants in the BVIs. Incredible food and drinks (one of top three painkillers and the numero uno spicy margarita among all the islands). If you want an amazing experience I recommend going to the main bar at sunset and finding Shane, an amazing mixologist with the best conversations and recommendations. Will come back many more times.
Wonder beach bar in the salvage sailboat was a precious touch. Staff was very friendly. The drinks were hand crafted and amazing. They have done a wonderful job with the rebuilt! Don’t miss this out of this experience! Fun beach games for all ages.
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.
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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