Necker Is­land

Richard Bran­son’s Necker Is­land is the par­adise you dream of when it’s time to put the feet up, re­lax and take life easy. Necker is the way life was meant to be.

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Necker, Sir Richard Bran­son’s pri­vate is­land par­adise, is si­t­u­ated in the Bri­tish Vir­gin Is­lands, a stun­ning and un­spoilt area of the Caribbean. At 74 acres, Necker sits in turquoise wa­ters sur­rounded by coral reefs and fringed with beau­ti­ful white sandy beaches. Necker can be­come your own pri­vate hide­away; away from the stresses and strains of daily life. The is­land can be hired ex­clu­sively for groups of up to 30 peo­ple, or if you’re not look­ing to hire it ex­clu­sively, you can still en­joy the Necker ex­pe­ri­ence dur­ing Cel­e­bra­tion Weeks when in­di­vid­ual rooms can be booked by sin­gles or cou­ples to en­joy their fab­u­lous is­land par­adise ‘house party’ style.

Ac­com­mo­da­tion on Necker Is­land

Ac­com­mo­da­tion on Necker Is­land in­cludes nine bed­rooms in the Great House and six in­di­vid­ual Bali Houses dot­ted around the is­land. There is also a bunkroom in the Great House that sleeps up to six chil­dren. All rooms have pri­vate en­suite bath­rooms. The to­tal num­ber of guests that be ac­com­mo­dated on Necker Is­land is 30, plus six chil­dren in the bunkroom.

The Great House

Perched on Devil’s Hill and boast­ing amaz­ing panoramic views. Also known as the heart of the is­land, the brand new Great House is bright and airy and has an out­door ter­race with ham­mocks and so­fas. Each of the eight guest rooms has a bal­cony, and all come with king-size beds and en-suite bath­rooms. On the up­per level you’ll find the Master Suite, com­plete with pri­vate out­door Jacuzzi and out­door bath on the largest ter­race of the three. The spa­cious bath­room is en­suite and there is also a wet bar, mini bar and a mod­ern TV sys­tem. All rooms have king size beds which can be split into twin beds in most cases. The rooms in the Great House are fully air­con­di­tioned. There is also a bunkroom that can sleep an ad­di­tional eight chil­dren or 6 chil­dren and a nanny. There is a sep­a­rate en­suite shower room, a TV and games con­soles.

The Great House is the place where peo­ple come to­gether, and has an ex­pan­sive out­door ter­race with ham­mocks and so­fas. There’s a state-of-the art kitchen where our res­i­dent chefs pre­pare their fa­mous dishes and a large din­ing ta­ble for ev­ery­one to gather round to en­joy their meal. There is also a fully-stocked bar where our team can make you your favourite cock­tails, or you can just help your­self! For a bit of fun there’s also a snooker ta­ble, pi­ano, lots of com­fort­able so­fas and cush­ions, an en­ter­tain­ment sys­tem with a large range of CDs and DVDs, and guest com­put­ers with in­ter­net ac­cess. Up on the roof you’ll find a cosy four-per­son Jacuzzi – per­fect for sip­ping cham­pagne as you watch the sun set.

The Beaches

There are plenty of places to lie on the beach and en­joy the sea. Main Beach is where most of our wa­ter ac­tiv­i­ties are based and where you will find the Ten­nis and Beach Pav­il­ion plus an aqua-trampoline an­chored to the sea floor. Tur­tle Beach is a more peace­ful palm-fringed beach, with ham­mocks hang­ing be­tween the trees. There are many other places where guests can find a peace­ful spot to re­lax and the more en­er­getic can take the two-hour walk around the is­land to view the flora and fauna.

Wa­ter Ac­tiv­i­ties

We have a large se­lec­tion of state of the art equip­ment, en­abling us to pro­vide guests with the op­por­tu­nity to try kite-surf­ing, sail­ing, wind­surf­ing, wa­ter skiing, kayak­ing, power boat trips and plenty more. We also pro­vide snorkelling equip­ment for those who want to go out and blow some bub­bles with Necker’s un­der­wa­ter wildlife! The wa­ter­sports build­ing is lo­cated right on the main beach and not only is it a per­fect place to find all the wa­ter toys

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