Description Bitter End Yacht Club
- Location. The Bitter End Yacht Club is positioned on a gently curved beach in North Sound, Virgin Gorda. This remote property is accessible only by boats that can enter the protected, deep water harbor. Spanish Town is a six mile trip by water taxi while Virgin Gorda Peak National Park is two miles away plus an approximate 20 minute hike. Hotel Features. The Bitter End Yacht Club caters to those who thrive on water sports and sailing activities, therefore the hotel does not have televisions, air conditioning or automobile transportation. Use of the resort's fleet of 100 watercraft is complimentary. The property's multicolored buildings, gingerbread trim and corrugated red steel roofs echo the bright hues of Caribbean seaside villages. Three beaches are furnished with cushioned, weathered teak lounge chairs. Video movies, commencing with children's selections, are shown nightly in an open air theater. Complimentary children's arts and crafts programs are hosted in an open air thatched roof hut. Cocktail parties are hosted once a week, and the Clubhouse Steak & Seafood Grille offers sumptuous seafood and American style fare in an open air venue. This 75 acre property features an outdoor pool and separate beaches for windsurfing, swimming and snorkeling. Computers in the main building offer dial up Internet access. Clothing boutiques, a liquor store and craft stores provide on site shopping opportunities. Guestrooms. Fieldstone walls, dark woods and rattan furniture lend natural elements to this 77 guestroom resort. Designed for private, open air living, accommodations reveal ocean views, where wraparound wooden verandas are set beneath thatched awnings and contain two person hammocks, lounge chairs, and two chair dining sets. Spacious bath suites include dressing areas with walk in closets, vanity sinks, and separate stall showers. Expert Tip. Those using complimentary Boston Whaler outboards are supplied with maps that display snorkeling, swimming, hiking and seashell gathering spots on nearby reefs and bays.