Petit St Vincent

Location: St Vincent and the Grenadines | St Vincent & Grenadines

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

Greeted by gentle trade-winds, scattered rocks, and creeping mangroves, your arrival on Petit St Vincent will make you feel like a true castaway. No internet, no phones, no TV: just you and this tiny island paradise.
Perfect forAn “un-plugged” Caribbean escape, for willing castaways.
In the knowMake like Captain Jack Sparrow and head to Petit St Vincent for the April regatta: a newly revived island tradition.

Recommended for...

  • Beach
  • Hideaway
  • Honeymoon
  • Water activities

Hotel Overview

Where

Reach Petit St Vincent by flying from Barbados to Union Island (less than an hour), followed by a 20 minute boat trip.

Rooms at Petit St Vincent

The 22 newly renovated stone cottages come with 1 and 2 bedrooms and provide the perfect balance between wilderness and luxury. Some cling to the cliffs, others hide in the hillside, and some are so close to the water’s edge that you can hear the lap of every wave through your window. Inside, the driftwood furniture, sea-grass rugs, and exposed stone-work reflect the stunning unspoilt views, with accents that match the blues and greens of the ocean. But the best part about the cottages is the lack of phones, TV, or internet, leaving you to lie back in your hammock, blissfully cut off from the rest of the world.

Food and Facilities

At Petit St Vincent’s main restaurant, there’s a relaxed but elegant feel, with a fresh and varied menu, and beautiful views over the sweeping lawns, mature gardens, and nearby harbour. Alternatively you can mingle with the passing yachties at Goalie’s Beach Bar, eating right on the water-front, and enjoying their weekly sea-food BBQ. The chefs at Petit St Vincent can prepare you a picnic to eat anywhere on the island, and for the ultimate dinner for two, head to the deserted sand bank, 15 minutes off shore.

Activities at Petit St Vincent

You’ll want to explore every inch of this tiny verdant island, perhaps hiking up Marni hill in the cool of the morning, or going for a jog around the island’s perimeter (that’s how small it is!). Down at the beach-house you’ll find kayaks, Hobie Cats, snorkelling gear, and windsurfs to make the most of the permanently warm waters, with friendly staff on hand to show you the ropes. Once you’ve explored Petit St. Vincent, you can set sail on a classic sloop, and explore the neighbouring islands, including the snorkeler’s playground, Tobago Cays, and the glamorous Mustique.

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