Village Cay Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Village Cay Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Village Cay Hotel Road Town
Travel Blogs from Road Town
... Spit, to Little Jost Van Dyke only obstructed by reefs, mangroves and breaking swell! A wild and beautiful spot. A large crowd of Remora sharks fought for the scraps we threw over. A peculiar looking shark with flat sucker pad on its head for attaching to larger species to glean and clean! These were big themselves!! Note to self: no swimming! We had a fantastic hike round the spit to to rocky wild side, saw beautiful cacti in flower, humming birds, lizards and goats. ...
... 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. ...
... squeeze past him and head off up the road but there's no way we're getting past him so Rodd just heads off straight ahead up this tiny little laneway that looked like someones driveway, well as it turns out we did end up at Mountain Top but we came in the back way up a very interesting little track!! Mountain Top is definitely worth a stop, it's the biggest souvenir shop I have ever seen with heaps of great stuff, I could have stayed in there for hours and spent a ...
... waiting for us at the rental car place and the guy who picked us up knew that!!!! I definitely would NOT recommend using International Car Rental! Not only did that happen which wasted an hour of everyone’s time, but if you don’t take their insurance at $7.00 per day they put a hold on your credit card for $5,000.00 and the car they gave us…a Suzuki Jimmy was a banged up piece of s__t that looked like it ...
... drink at the Soggy Man Bar, then Charles and I walked across the rocks to Ivan's and had a drink. Chris, Kathy, Christa and Josh joined us for awhile before we swam back to the Soggy Man Bar. They were barefoot and the rocks were tough to cross so swimming sounded like the best option.
After getting back to the ...