Caribbean Island Wedding reviews heading

"One of the most beautiful views in the world"
 Bryn Visted March 2013

The views from this property were simply breathtaking and indefatigable. There was nothing better than cracking into a bottle of Margaux or Malbec (bought from the Bequia vintages wine shop underneath The Gingerbread in Port Elizabeth), cranking up the BBQ and taking in the views.

The villa is very secluded, which is fantastic. The pool was the perfect temperature all day long, and the pool loungers were comfortable. The bedrooms were always spotless and clean. The kitchen was fully kitted out for all requirements. The finishing in the property was excellent.

This a beautiful and friendly island and being our first visit to the island, we fell in love with the character of the people, and the gorgeous scenery.

The games room was excellent. I managed to win a game of snooker on the full size snooker table! ( well I was the only one playing). If there are a group of you, this games room is an excellent place to wind down in the evening.

You will struggle to find a better villa anywhere in the Grenadines. We will be looking to book this again...and we rarely go back to the same place twice.

"Stunning Views and Cool Breeze - An amazing Villa"
 Nick, Visited February 2013

I first sailed into the island of Bequia over 20 years ago and have been captivated by this jewel amongst Caribbean islands ever since. It is laid back, safe, truly Caribbean and yet has not been ruined by large resort hotels and package holidays like so may of the larger Caribbean islands.

Isis sits high on a hilltop is probably the highest villa on the island and commands amazing views across to Mustique and south to Canouan, Union Island and Mayreau.

As frequent visitors to Bequia all know, the best villas are the highest villas where you can escape from the heat and enjoy the breeze and the views.

We have stayed at this villa in the past when it was considerably smaller than it is now. Since our last stay, the owner has extended and refurbished the villa and also built two additional buildings, one a complete suite of living room, bedroom (with stunning view over to Mustique to wake up to in the morning) and bathroom with quite the biggest rain shower I have seen. I stayed in this new building which is situated at one end of the pool. The other new building is a games room complex featuring a full size billiard table.

The pool was fabulous with plenty of shade from large umbrellas. We just wanted to relax and swim and read. Reading was somewhat difficult as it was hard not to be constantly disturbed by the amazing view.

The villa was well equipped and we particularly enjoyed the two big Bbqs - great in the evening.

The steep 10 minute drive up from Port Elizabeth is not for the faint hearted. However the two Suzuki jeeps we had hired were ideal for the job and we enjoyed the ride up and down every time.

Some great beaches on the island too - in particular we enjoyed swimming at Tony Gibbons beach (with lunch at Jacks Bar) and at Lower Bay.

We enjoyed some excellent meals at Coco's, Fernandos and Tantie Pearls and enjoyed watching the six nations rugby at Papa's bar which is a new addition since my previous visit.

All in all the best Caribbean Island and a fabulous villa that we would definitely return to.

"Isis house is the perfect place to unwind"
 Caroline O, Visted November 2012

Isis house is the perfect place to unwind. The rooms are spotless and comfortable, with everything that you need for a relaxing week in the sun. It's large enough to find some space from family/friends but with the facilities to keep a group or family happily entertained. High up in the hills, it has outstanding views of the sea and the islands beyond, and I enjoyed some wonderful sunsets lounging by the pool.

The house is well situated - it offers some seclusion but is only a quick drive into the main town and all the restaurants and beaches that the island has to offer. There is a steep ascent up to the house, which after a long flight I found a little challenging to drive, but on day two was whipping up and down in it, in the hired jeep, with ease.

I could happily spend a week holed up in the house but would urge anyone to go out on a schooner for the day. Sail to Mustique or Tobago Cays to snorkel around the coral reef and swim with turtles. If you want to stay island bound, Jack's Bar and Princess Margaret's beach are good places to idle an afternoon away.

I definitely recommend the house and island if you're looking to slow down and get away from it all.