An extraordinary property built between the mysterious boulders which comprise Spring Bay National Park, commonly known as The Bath's on Virgin Gorda. Toad Hall Estate is graced with international character and charm, and currently operates as a popular, secluded vacation rental. It is conveniently located ten minutes from the main ferry dock in Spanish Town, yet the estate is tucked away down a private driveway with its own parking area, allowing guests to escape the commercialisation of Virgin Gorda.
Toad Hall Estate is more than just an investment opportunity for deluxe rental accommodations; it is also a possible business venture for entrepreneurs looking to expand upon an existing vacation villa. Additionally, it's an ideal residential home for families looking to stay in the beautiful Virgin Gorda at their own private retreat.
The equity was designed to allow guests their privacy inside personal pavilions, with the option of congregating together outside in the shared spaces, just steps away from their bedroom doors. The kitchen and living areas are open plan, sheltered by sloping wooden covers inspired by traditional Japanese architecture.
Accommodations at Toad Hall include three enclosed bed/bathroom pavilions and one smaller studio pavilion. Inside these Caribbean-style houses, the rooms have been tastefully decorated with elegant, contemporary furnishings to highlight the property's inner beauty, as well as its intriguing outer appearance. Each feature a unique outdoor shower, which have been built between the large boulders, and fenced in for necessary privacy.
This unique hideaway offers visitors a private access down to the famous Baths, along wooden footpaths leading directly from the sanctuary to the calm, sparkling waters which encompass the iconic boulders.
Currently, the villa includes its own on-site restaurant Mad Dog. While the establishment is owned by Toad Hall Estate, the daily operations, finance, and logistics of the business are managed by restauranteurs. Mad Dog restaurant is open to the public and is renowned for their sandwiches.
Key property features:
- Land area: 5.5 acres
- Private walkway to The Baths
- Private driveway and parking
- Pool set amidst the famous boulders
- On-site restaurant
- Fully furnished
This property description was first published by BVI Property & Yacht Magazine.
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