Bequia Plantation Hotel new Owners and Management are pleased to announce the soft opening phase as the second largest hotel on the beautiful island of Bequia. The property has long history of hosting glamorous guests and spans over 18.85 acres located in a prime position on the west coast, with an access road directly to the beach and up to the main road the Belmont Walkway, there is no better location for views and west coast swimming.
The property stands at the shore of Admiralty Bay along a large and well-protected deep water natural harbor. Ensuring both privacy at the hotel’s beach and proximity to boutiques, shops and the quaint little town of Port Elizabeth. Its beauty lies in its lush vegetation and views which are nothing but inspiring.
Why Bequia Plantation Hotel?
- One minute’s walk from the nearest restaurants and the glittering Admiralty Bay and quaint harbor of Port Elizabeth.
- The world famous Princess Margaret Beach is just around the bluff, five minutes in a water taxi or walking
- Safe and secure dingy dock
- Beach side restaurant offering delicious local and international cuisine using fresh local ingredients sourced from the Hotel’s gardens or local farms in Bequia and St. Vincent
- The perfect match with a week’s sailing the Southern Grenadines – sailing packages
- Excellent base for Bequia’s annual Easter Regatta.
- Beautiful pool on site
- Destination Weddings and Honeymoon packages
Bequia : A Paradise, Simply
Bequia unlike the majority of the other islands, is crossed by ridges and valleys covered with rich tropical flora and traversed by stunning biking/hiking trails. Although Bequia covers no more than 7 square miles, with a maximum coast to coast span of 3 miles, it offers plenty of scope for walk and bike or scooter excursions not to mention taxi tours at very reasonable fares.
Ringed by gold sand beaches, many of which invite discovery as they disappear into coves and suggestive secluded bays, Bequia is protected by a long segment of coral reef, attracting divers from all over the world. There still exist pristine beaches where one may fine oneself completely alone. The deep natural channel running between St. Vincent and Bequia is the unparalleled habitat of vast and varied sea life, amongst which one can admire rays, marlin, eels, barracudas, dolphins, whales and even sharks.
For centuries, the natives have lived in unison with the ocean, as skillful sailors, whalers and accomplished shipbuilders. Even today, one may watch the craftsmen along the cost plying their art, another pristine tradition of the island. Admirality Bay, where Bequia Plantation Hotel is situated, is a favorite anchoring spot for yachtsmen from all over the world as Bequia offers a complete range of services for sailors. The small harbor, crowed with tiny restaurants, cafes, shops and boutiques, is steeped in an ambience of casual cosmopolitan nonchalance, typical of people enjoying the pace of living in harmony with the rhythm of the seas.