Sol y Sombra Villa – Virgin Gorda Villas

Sol y Sombra is a first-class, absolutely magnificent villa nestled within Little Trunk Bay Estate. Set slightly above the beach, the gated property provides guests with spectacular views of the crystal-blue Caribbean and neighboring islands. Four pavilions are hidden in tropical gardens. A beautiful coral-stone terrace has comfortable chaise lounges, umbrellas and infinity-edge swimming pool with views of the waves breaking on the boulders, just steps away. The villa also has two carved, Indonesian gates leading to two separate but equally charming beaches.

Features and Amenities

Sol y Sombra is one of the most regal Virgin Gorda villa rentals, with unique and luxurious accommodations. Guests enter the property through the main villa, where they find the magnificent great room, which contains a top-of-the-line entertainment center, formal dining room seating for 12, as well as the state-of-the-art, fully equipped kitchen. There’s a covered and furnished terrace off the great room, allowing alfresco dining for eight. The pavilion also has an office and open-air gym. The second pavilion includes a king master suite with a walk-in closet, outdoor shower and covered veranda. On the other end of the pool is Sol y Sombra’s second pavilion, offering a pool-level air-conditioned bedroom/bath suite with two twin beds and its own veranda, and above it is the unique second air-conditioned master suite. The Tennis Suite, the air-conditioned guest house, is located just off of the property’s private tennis court and includes a kitchenette, sitting room with two twin daybeds and a master suite, with an adjoining full bath.

Unique among Caribbean villa rentals, Sol y Sombra is dedicated to ensuring that the needs of each guest are met during their stay. Maid services are provided five days a week. Its office is fully equipped with a computer, fax machine, copier, scanner and WiFi Internet access. The entertainment center includes a home theater projection screen and is perfect for a family day indoors. Guests also have access to two ocean kayaks. A private chef may be arranged prior to arrival, at an additional cost. All guests at Sol y Sombra will now receive a welcome basket of beverages and snacks, and treated to a complimentary full dinner at the villa, prepared by one of Virgin Gorda’s chefs, on the second evening of their stay at Sol y Sombra.


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.