Canefield House – Tortola Villas

Canefield House Villa is the perfect destination for guests looking to rent Caribbean villas on the exotic island of Tortola. This extraordinary villa is surrounded by an electronic gate, ensuring maximum privacy and is nestled within 10 beautifully manicured acres of beautiful lawns and gardens filled with large swaying palms. One of the most enticing features of this villa is its one of a kind, simply spectacular views of the crystal blue Atlantic Ocean and Brewer’s Bay. The stunning sundeck is made completely of stone tiles and is bordered by beautiful bougainvillea, heliconia, and sweet-scented hoyas. The luxurious swimming pool is located in the center of the deck and can be heated upon request. Adjacent to the pool and sundeck is the gazebo, where guests can enjoy a beautiful day or evening outdoors.

Features and Amenities

Canefield House Villa is located in one of the most desirable places to rent Tortola villas and provides its guests with luxurious living spaces and designs and artwork with the finest taste in mind. Guests are greeted by the large, two-story main pavilion which hosts a fully equipped, gourmet kitchen, a powder room and formal dining room for eight which is surrounded by French doors and opens to an al fresco style dining patio that is under the garden gazebo. Guests will also find the great room which is fully equipped with satellite television, wet bar and mini-fridge. On the far side of the pavilion, guests will find the master suite which includes a sitting area, office nook, large bath with a walk in closet, stone and tiled shower and private balcony. Two additional guest bedrooms can be found on the opposite side and include private bathrooms and air conditioning.

Canefield House Villa is a great location for both families and couples looking to rent Tortola villas for any occasion. The villa is about 1500 feet above sea level and the cooling tradewinds allow it to be desirable any time of the year. Guests also have the choice in renting one, two or all three of the bedrooms during their stay. The villa is air conditioned and is equipped with a CD player, an iPod, computer equipment, business facilities and satellite television with a DVD player. Guests can choose to spend their vacation at the villa where they can relax inside and watch a movie take a swim in the pool, or bask in the Caribbean sun on the deck. The beach is just a short drive and is perfect for guests of all ages.


Powdery white-sand beaches, lush green mountains, and a sheltered yacht-filled harbour characterize the island of Tortola, where the past of the West Indies meets the present of the BVI. The largest island in the chain, Tortola offers a variety of exciting vacation possibilities.

The protected anchorages at Brandywine Bay, Cane Garden Bay, Hodge’s Creek Marina Cay, Soper’s Hole and Trellis Bay are ideal for boaters. Secluded palm-shaded beaches at Apple Bay, Brewer’s Bay, Elizabeth Beach, Josiah’s Bay Beach, Long Bay Beach and Smuggler’s Cove make for excellent swimming and snorkeling. There are also many well-equipped facilities for fishing, snorkeling, scuba diving and more. Main Street in Road Town, the capital city, has an array of shops and restaurants; offering everything from local spices, jams, rums, and soaps to handcrafted jewelery, silk-screened fabrics, and local art. 

The cuisine of Tortola reflects the island’s rich cultural mix, whether it’s a four-star dinner at a converted sugar mill or a delicious West Indian roti at a pastel-painted cottage. Local delicacies such as fresh lobster, conch, spicy goat, curries and Johnny Cakes make each meal memorable. Escape to the cool slopes of Sage Mountain National Park, where traces of a primeval rain forest can still be seen at higher elevations. On the mountain ridge that runs through the island, observe local Caribbean life with its gentle rhythms, farms, settlements and churches. Outcroppings and vertical ghuts, or dry steam valleys, expose the deep, rich earth of this volcanic island. In Road Town, the J.R. O’Neal Botanic Gardens offers peaceful walks through pergolas and pathways covered with colourful vines, as well as a miniature rain forest and a fern house. The people of Tortola are friendly and known for their warmth and hospitality. There are a wide variety of places to stay, ranging from campgrounds to luxury resorts and private villas. Tortola is also an ideal point from which to explore the other British Virgin Islands. Regular ferries, private and crewed yachts, and planes travel daily to the other islands of the BVI.