Nanny Cay Marina & Hotel

Road Town, Tortola, Virgin Islands British | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in Road Town, is near White Bay, Callwood Distillery, Serenity Spa, and Frenchman's Cay.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Nanny Cay Marina & Hotel Road Town

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Road Town

    Two million entries and only one winner.

    A travel blog entry by theskinners on Mar 21, 2014

    2 comments, 79 photos

    ... for the sunset ride back to Road Town. We then headed over to the Fort Burt Hotel for dinner. There was a private function going on at the hotel but being the class establishment that they are they had made arrangements for us to have our dinner on the veranda. How lucky for us. There was a gorgeous, warm evening breeze and the view from the veranda was mesmerizing looking back into Road Town. ...

    Hello love, you on holiday?

    A travel blog entry by steveandclair on Jun 25, 2013

    9 photos

    So what should have been our first easy crossing in weeks, just a 8 hour jaunt to Tortola, British Virgin Islands, was of course was anything but. About mid-morning we started hearing radio alerts from the US Coast Guard alerting all vessels of a report of a sunken ship and requesting assistance. We've heard such reports before but are usually no where near the site, today however the coordinates given were just one hour off our course. Captain Steve of course called ...

    The Moorings

    A travel blog entry by lshimshack on Jun 06, 2013

    4 photos

    Well the crew finally showed up after their plane ws delayed over an hour, but the coolers were waiting for them so that was good timing.

    Off to the boat and then a quick dinner on shore. The waiter informed Kathy that since it was after 9 pm she could not order a non-alcoholic drink. So the drinks began - Bonnie even had a Pina Colada. Poor Josh had his first Painkiller and did not like ...

    Island Time Continues

    A travel blog entry by dixiej on Apr 06, 2013

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... hardly stand it. The bites swelled to the size of silver dollars and broke open. I swore never again. In my current state of oblivion, and not very pleased with the service anywhere in this hotel, and since we're moving over there in a few days, we just called it a night and headed to the ramp for the car. And we found it. Dead.

    Perfect. A **** bag of **** described our dining experience and evening. Thank God we laughed every time ...

    British Virgin Islands

    A travel blog entry by lucyburks on Mar 01, 2013

    1 comment, 40 photos

    ... close to there! Ok, a bit radical! As we sailed over to Anegada today we spoke to Arnie as it was his birthday. He was in the middle of taking a yacht from Lym to Salcolmbe, very very cold. Not much difference in our journeys! All a bit tricky at Anegada. Very, very shallow. Once you are inside the reef it is a case of trying to find somewhere to anchor that has more than 18inches under the keel. Of course the Yanks in the chartered cata come steaming in ...