Katiche Point Great House – Virgin Gorda Villas

Katitche Point Great House is an extraordinary property perched just above Mahoe Bay, with commanding views of the Atlantic, Caribbean, the Drake Channel and islands on the horizon. This glorious estate is one of the most desirable properties in the area, just a short walk from beautiful white sandy beaches. Designed by world-renowned architect Michael Helm, it was constructed with the impeccable taste and quality. There are several wide verandas surrounding the property, where guests can relax and enjoy alfresco meals. An outdoor bar overlooks the beautiful infinity-edge swimming pool.

Features and Amenities

Katitche Point Great House is one the most desirable of luxury Virgin Gorda villa rentals. Both interiors and exteriors are exquisitely crafted. The main house is spread over three levels. Through the inner courtyard, with its lemon trees and flower gardens, past an unusual sculpture by Jorg Siegele of Germany, you reach the four guest suites and separate master bedroom. All include private bathrooms and shaded verandas. The lower level of the main house includes a luxurious living room with teak furnishings, a professional-grade kitchen, with an extensive bar, as well as a laundry room and full bath. The second floor leads to a beautiful gallery and library overlooking the living and dining areas. Ideal for stargazing, the Crow’s Nest is the highest point on the property and includes a Persian rug and hammock.

One of the most exclusive luxury Caribbean villas, Katitche Point Great House is a superb retreat for adults and children alike. Guest services include: a full-day housekeeper, a butler, and a gardener who looks after the pool, the garden, and the area surrounding the house. A chef can be hired on request; a hire car is recommended. The villa also provides its guests with a state-of-the-art stereo system, a high chair and child’s cot for infants and small children, wireless Internet service, a gas grill and coolers for the beach. Guests can also rent kayaks and snorkel gear, to explore the beautiful coral reef just below them.


By mid-morning in Virgin Gorda, the sun worshippers have settled down on one of the many deserted beaches that fringe the island: Savannah Bay, Handsome Bay, or Big Trunk Bay.┬áThe pace of life is slow on Virgin Gorda, but if you don’t want to spend the day on a beach, there are plenty of other activities. You could explore The Baths, where huge boulders seem to have been arranged by a playful giant to provide a myriad of rock pools, secret beaches, and trails. Visit the Copper Mine standing guard against the blue Atlantic. Or just spend the morning at a hillside restaurant cooled by gentle breezes while you watch the ferries cross the North Sound far below.

Measuring just eight-and-a-half-miles long, Virgin Gorda is the third largest in the island chain. Dramatic slopes plunge from Gorda Peak to the turquoise waters far below. Not many islands offer the range of exclusive resorts, some of them the last word in understated elegance. There are other resorts accessible only by boat. The choice of restaurants will please the most discriminating palate. Whether you stop for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, you’re sure to find yourself lingering longer than you expected. Virgin Gorda has that effect on visitors.