It’s always been one of the most sought-after little islands in the Caribbean: pristine Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands.
And while the island is best known for developments like Oil Nut Bay and the new iteration of the Bitter End Yacht Club, there’s another new addition to the island: an inn.
It’s called the Inn at Cornucopia, and it’s an ultra-boutique adults-only inn that’s the brainchild of BVI-based Blue Door Estates.
The company calls it a “French-inspired inn at the heart of the Caribbean,” with a setting on Little Trunk Bay in Virgin Gorda.
It’s a transformation of what was Virgin Gorda’s Villa Cornucopia into a full-fledged inn, with five en-suite rooms.
The Inn at Cornucopia Is accepting guests as of the first weekend in March, according to proprietor Inge Judd.
The soft opening will include a 50 percent rate reduction through the month of March, Judd said.
It’s unique, boutique and original — a lot like the island it calls home.
“Happy to say there is ‘room at the inn,’” Judd said.
For more, visit Blue Door Estates.