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Relatively undiscovered and with only 4,900 inhabitants, Bequia has managed to retain its old-world charm and avoid the development of any large tourist resorts or shopping malls.

Why we like it

  • An intimate, boutique Caribbean resort
  • Perfect for a twin-centre trip with Barbados
  • Beautiful location on one of Bequia’s most unspoiled beaches
  • Choice of suites and private villas

About Bequia Beach

Just over a decade ago, Bequia Beach started out as just 10 rooms, a small romantic restaurant and a rum shack on the beach. Since then, the resort has grown in harmony with its surroundings, combining a unique blend of charming, colonial-era decor with the elegance of a modern resort. The property has earned its stripes as a favourite on the island. And it's no surprise given its enviable position on one of the the best stretches of sand on Bequia.

The Beverly Hills-esque pool cabanas, Oliver Messel-inspired rooms and the warm, welcoming atmosphere all make for a unique Caribbean experience. The popular Beachfront Suites overlook the ocean, with the main pool just steps away from the sand. A favourite with families, the two-bedroom villa features en-suite bathrooms and a combined living room and kitchenette. The one-bedroom cottages offer a covered terrace and small front garden. There’s also a lovely spa and well-equipped gym, both overlooking the property’s tranquil gardens.

Guests can enjoy delicious Caribbean and European dining at Bequia Beach, and Jack's Beach Bar is the perfect place for a sunset rum cocktail. After a drink or two you might be tempted to join the steel band beach party right on the beach.

The island of Bequia is easily reached from Barbados & St Lucia, with several island-hopping flights departing each day.