2015/2016

Winter Rates

December 15 - April 14

$1,950 per week per two (2) persons

$500 per week per each additional person

Extra night after one week
- $280, $45 p/p, $23 p/child

Spring / Summer / Fall Rates

April 15 - December 14

$1,400 per week per two (2) persons

$350 per week per each additional person

Extra night after one week
- $200, $30 p/p, $15 p/child

Childrens Rates

0 - 2 years - Free

3 - 12 years - Half Price

13 years and over - Full Price

For your convenience we acccept VISA and MASTERCARD. Rates are subject to a 7% BVI Government Tax.

TripAdvisor reviews

Diamond Villa" 

Reviewed 21 February 2014

Wonderful stay. Perfect spot!
If you rent a car (recommended) you have a long rocky walk from your villa. We loved it though and considered it park of the adventure!
The beach on the property is perfection. Can't wait to return.

  • Stayed March 2013, travelled as a couple

“Stay at The Loblolly Tree House - Awesome!”

Reviewed 30 December 2010

We stayed for about 10 days at the Loblolly Tree House and had an amazing time. I would recommend the private boat on your arrival so you don't have to hike the goat path with your food/provisions for the week, but take the public ferry on the way back to Tortola. Nadine and Leroy are very helpful if you need them or they will leave you alone if you want the privacy. Be ready to hike if you want to go any where. The islands is all hills, so if you want to hike to Great Harbor or White Bay, it's going to be a tough one b/c of the hills. We rented a jeep from Abe's for the week. Abe's and Nicee are very nice and will take care of you. They also have the best Lobster and ribs on the island! Make sure you stop by Foxy's and have a bananawacker, my wife loved them! Stop by the skuba shop and tell Sean and Collin I said hi, they will take good care of you. If you see the waves are up, take the hike to the bubbly pool on the north shore, it's pretty cool to experience. Also make sure you take a day trip to White Bay, and get a painkiller from the Soggy Dollar. The weekends get pretty crowded if you are into crowds. All in all it was a fun trip, but very relaxing as there is not a lot of things to do but relax! Everynight we sat on our terrace watching the boats go by and turned out the lights and gazed at the stars. One tip, make sure you bring good bug spray, the no-see-em's can get pretty bad at night. We hope to go back some day!

Stayed December 2010, travelled as a couple