It can only be reached by boat. There are no phones or internet connections or even televisions. In fact, there is nothing but beautiful sea vistas, deserted beaches, hammocks gently swinging in the shade and your inner voice saying phew.
Petit St Vincent is a very private island. Castaway from the outside world; deserted except for a few, select visitors; undiscovered as a normal tourist destination – it is idyllic.
Nothing will disturb your inner peace. You stay in your own private, hideaway cottage. Its walls - built of solid, natural stone are cool and quiet; warm in the evening, impervious to the sun’s rays during the day. You will have your own terrace, with a hammock slung in the shade, inviting you to spend an hour or two or three doing absolutely nothing but watching your eyelids, thinking your own thoughts, drifting in and out of a tropical doze. When was the last time you had the chance to do that?
Talk to Alison Jones, our expert Petit St Vincent consultant, and she’ll confirm that escape is the ultimate luxury, and affording yourself the time to truly unwind is absolutely priceless.
But Alison will also suggest you rouse yourself for lunch. The local lobster dishes are some of the best in the region, and in the afternoon you could take a boat over to Tobago Cays Marine Park, Union Island or Carriacou – just a few nautical miles away.