St. Vincent | Destination overview
Of the 32 islands in this chain, only eight are populated. St Vincent is the largest and its tropical splendours make the perfect setting for idyllic yachting and sailing. The tiny island of Mustique is the venue of Princess Margaret's retreat, a villa she named Les Eaux Jolies, or The Pretty Waters. The southern palm-fringed Grenadines boast mountainous Union Island, a favourite port of call for "yachties" and parties. Further to the south are privately owned hideaway isles of Mayareau, Palm Island and Petit St Vincent.
Frangipani Hotel - Charming Caribbean inn converted from former family home
of a Bequia sea captain. Accommodation in stone-built units
in hillside garden. Bar and restaurant at water's edge.
Relaxed and friendly with good food and personal service.
Thursday-night barbecue with live music and superb buffet.
Gingerbread Hotel - Charming, self-contained waterfront suites overlooking
Admiralty Bay on the small island of Bequia, restaurant, cafe, dive
shop. We now have an ice cream shop.
Centrally located on
Admiralty Bay, Bequia's wide and gentle harbour, Gingerbread Hotel
is within a few minutes' walk of Port Elizabeth, the island's
The Old Fort, Historic Estate - The Old Fort is the only fully-restored historic
plantation in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, dating back to before
1763 (that's the earliest established date from ancient maps)
when French settlers started migrating to the Caribbean. It is
ideal for guests that seek something different to the ordinary,
All about St. Vincent
A pretty princess and a pretty-boy movie pirate popularized St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) as never before. Former celebrity-in-residence, the late Princess Margaret, named her only real estate Les Jolies Eaux, or The Pretty Waters. She was roy ... continue