On December 1st the British Virgin Islands officially reopened for visitors. If you're worried the multiple tests, fees, and four days of quarantine aren't worth the trip, take a look at the Oil Nut Bay Beach House. The modern 5,807-square-foot retreat on Virgin Gorda puts you mere feet away from the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean. Before you get to the beach, the home welcomes you with a grand atrium featuring a bronze sculpture from British artist Simon Gudgeon and a reflection pool. The floating steps lead to the great room complete with kitchen, dining room, and living area. A wall of sliding glass doors expands the room out to an expansive terrace with an infinity pool and fire pit area, overlooking the white sand beach. As far as the sleeping arrangements, the home includes two master suites with private terraces and outdoor showers, along with four additional guest rooms. It also includes two 6-passenger electric carts to drive around to the community's restaurants, fitness studio, and marina.
Photos: Oil Nut Bay