“This could be a country.”
That’s the thought you have surveying the natural wonders of Peter Island, a private island that feels even bigger than its nearly 1800 acres.
Five white-sand beaches, stunning cliffs, gardens — it’s a haul that would make some sovereign islands greener with envy.
And that’s precisely what makes it just such an impressive island — while the Caribbean is filled with private island resorts, there’s a feeling here that this is more than just a private resort — it’s a full-fledged destination in the heart of the British Virgin Islands.
Even if there were no resort here, it would be a sought-after, romantic, bucket-list kind of island.
Of course, there is a resort here: 18 ocean view rooms, 14 deluxe rooms, 20 beachfront suites and three remarkable villas, along with a wide-ranging culinary offering (led by the wine-focused Tradewinds restaurant).
And then there’s the spa.
It is, plainly, a beautiful thing, a 10,000-square-foot facility with its own infinity pool, an oceanside jacuzzi and a garden, the kind of spa where just entering is a treatment in itself.
It’s something that gets even better when you begin to learn about its green efforts – the windmills, the recycling, the reverse osmosis plant.
It all makes Peter Island a truly complete place, where nothing goes wanting. And that’s a very special thing.
That’s our kind of country.
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