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Leverick Bay Resort
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Reviewed March 29, 2008

Leverick Bay is on the North Sound, which we knew before we traveled, but didn't realize that North Sound is really isolated from Spanish Town. We rented a car, so we went back to Spanish Town for dinner and beaches, and the road between goes up and over the island, with nothing but views between. It was a fun drive, and it climbs quite high, and it was all our jeep could do to keep up speed going uphill.
North Sound is really a boating community, so being without a boat is limiting when it comes to that area. We only road a boat once there, which was the taxi to the Bitter End for dinner. Despite that, it was still a fun place to be, had plenty of amenities, a nice relaxed atmosphere, and feeling a little isolated from Spanish Town was nice.
We stayed in a hotel room, which was room 12. After checking in in the lobby, which is by the restaurants and general store and water, we drove up to the back of the hotel rooms to park. From the hotel, it's a short walk down a nice path back to the restaurants and stores. The hotel is raised up which provides a nice view.
The hotel room itself was simply furnished, uncrowded, and clean enough.
Our ONLY complaint was the band started playing later than scheduled and continued later than scheduled the night before we left. We went to the beach bar to have a couple drinks and listen to the band, but gave up after they were 1.5 hrs late in starting. Once we got back to our room, they started playing, and played until about midnight on a Tuesday. That was only one night however, the other nights were quiet.
Rates are so much better than Bitter End, Little Dix, etc., and the hotel is entirely sufficient...it's really a no brainer for the money.

  • Stayed: February 2008, traveled as a couple
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Thank spoon.17
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Reviewed March 8, 2008

The trip started off on a bad note. you learn very quickly that the way off life there is not like anything you've ever seen before. The ferry's from island to island leave only when there ready. so because you have a schedule doesn't mean they do. our final ferry bringing us to Leverick bay decided they didn't want to make the trip, because there was only three of us. Luckily for my new wife and I the other person waiting with us had a family business on the island, it just happen to be a Charter company. The man made a phone call and with in 20 minutes his brother was there with a 25 ft fishing boat and kindly invited us along for the ride to the bay. When we arrived at the villa ( Oran Na Mara ) around 9 p.m. the view was awesome. Since we were starving, we drove down to the leverick bay restaurant , the downstairs one. the pizza was great. we tried the upstairs restaurant one night and it was waaaaaay to expensive. well over 100 dollars for two people and the food was very forgettable , after that we went downstairs and ate there, finally got full and enjoyed the food. We stayed there for 9 days and it was a Trip Of a Lifetime. We will return !!!!!!!!!!! Best places to eat, Rock Cafe, Dog and Dolphin Bar, Bitter End , and Saba Rock.

  • Stayed: May 2007, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 7, 2008

We loved the Leverick Bay. Aware that their hotel rooms were among the more affordable ways to stay on Virgin Gorda, we were not expecting 5-star accomodations, but we were very pleased with what we found. Our room was bright, roomy and clean with a gorgeous view from the balcony. The office was very together, answering our earlier e-mails promptly; the room charge included all taxes and other charges. The restaurant by the water's edge was a fun casual reasonably priced spot. It was nice having a few stores including a grocery store for yachties right there too. Finally, it's a gorgeous scenic drive from the Valley up and over the big hill to North Sound. After you get to the top and start to decend, there's a breathtaking view of the entire sound including a few out-islands and many sailboats. The final part of the drive includes driving down through sweet old West Indian bungalows on the hillsides, with the occasional little church, herd of white goats, or colorful wooden bars scattered here and there. Leverick Bay is at the end of the line at the very bottom. We'd stay there again in a second.

  • Stayed: March 2008, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank MaryWho
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Reviewed December 28, 2007

We spent 3 nights at this resort, 2 on a boat in the marina and 1 in a hotel room. We had planned on 3 nights in the boat, but gave up after the 2nd night of being tossed around by waves. Having said that, it was probably one of the nicest marina's we've been too. Stationary docks saved our lives the 2nd night when we eventually moved our cushions onto them and slept under the stars, the facilities at the marina were very well appointed. We got a room for our last night for $149 US with 2 double beds and couldn't have been happier. Yes the steep climb up the hill was a killer, but who couldn't use a little more exercise for their behinds? Too bad the rooms don't have microwaves, that would have been awesome, but thankful for the coffee maker and fridge. Very expensive little grocery store on site, but typical BVI. Front desk staff not very friendly, but not unkind, just doing their jobs. We were there over Thanksgiving and I'm not impressed. At first they said their little restaurant would be open for regular service, then at the last moment they cancelled and said only their dining room would be open at an insane $49 a person. Needless to say, we didn't eat in the dining room that night. The kids enjoyed the pool and parents happy with just about everything else. We will be returning.

Stayed: November 2007
1  Thank cathig
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Reviewed June 15, 2007

Several prior reviews refer to villas rented through the Leverick Bay Resort; my comments pertain to staying at the Resort, not a villa. Since my wife and I are very familiar with Virgin Gorda, for the purpose of our trip we found that staying there three nights (May ’07) was a great value. The room was clean, had a great ocean view and the air conditioning, small refrigerator and cable TV worked fine. Having high-speed wireless Internet in the room was a big plus (bring your own laptop) and the staff was most friendly. (PS- The rooms are high up on the hill…be prepared to climb stairs.)

That said, when you visit Virgin Gorda you need to know what you are getting into. Leverick Bay has a couple of shops, a small grocery store, coin-op laundry and a very reasonable restaurant with a swimming pool free for patrons - with a great bar in the late afternoon. There is a second restaurant above the Pussar’s store, but dishes are US$30-40; on a Saturday evening we considered going there, but the piano entertainer was playing to a total audience of two people thus we walked out. There is also an ‘Internet café’ – US$5/15 minutes. Oh, and a half-block away from the wind at the waterfront… the heat is dreadful.

So, why did we go there? To rent a Jeep and spend each day exploring the beaches on the part of the island where you can drive, which we hardly knew before. (Our prior visits to the North Sound area have been while sailing, not land tours, and we knew Spanish Town was not worth visiting.) Other’s go there as a jumping board to rent watercraft, get picked up for scuba diving trips, etc. I understand that other resorts on North Sound (Bitter End and Saba Rock) will provide ferry service if you wish to go there for dinner - check it out.

By the way, depending on the purpose of your visit, make sure you understand the location of the other resorts on Virgin Gorda. Best to have a 4WD to get to places like Nail Bay and Mango Bay; once you are there I would not want to go elsewhere for dinner and drive back at night. In my prior review of Little Dix Bay I described why I thought it was way over-rated.

Our Verdict? Our next visit to North Sound will again be on a charter sailboat – fabulous! Beaches like Savannah Bay don’t even begin to compare with the beaches in St John & St Barths… yet the villa rentals in Virgin Gorda are in the same price ballpark….

  • Stayed: May 2007, traveled as a couple
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