Built of native stone and wood, and discreetly scattered over
hillsides, cliffs and beaches, each beautifully designed 1-
bedroom cottage or 2-bedroom villa is decorated in marine
shades and tangled driftwood furnishings reflecting the
island’s uncluttered vibe. All accommodations now feature
completely new bathroom and shower facilities.
Amongst the islands facilities are a Balinese managed spa &
wellness complex, two restaurants offering delicious cuisine,
an extensively stocked wine cellar and professionally crewed
water sports centre.
The new beach bar and restaurant allows guests and visitors
alike to mingle over late lunches, or even later cocktail drinks,
under thatched roofs and palm trees, feet in the sand right at
the water’s edge. This place whispers laid back relaxation
and barefoot elegance. It is also the perfect spot on the
island to watch a fiery, orange and purple-tinted sundown.
The resort is located slightly off the beaten track but
is easily accessible with three flights a day from
London to Barbados followed by a short flight to
nearby Union Island and then by 20-minute private
launch to Petit St Vincent.
For the first time this year Petit St Vincent will be open
in August making it the ideal summer holiday
destination for families booking the 2-bedroom villas.
Special offers are available from June to end of August.
Always a favourite with honeymooners year round,
PSV spoils couples with a special lovers package that
includes both a starlit dinner for two on the beach as
well as a picnic on your own desert island!