Nanny Cay has
completed phase 1 of the Nanny Cay Village, its new waterside
community. The eight waterfront townhouses are accommodated in two
blocks: Pelican and Elizabeth.  Each block comprises four, privately
owned, two- and three-bedroom, multi-level homes.   

These townhouses are now available for rental and rates range between
$2500 and $3500 for five nights depending on the season with a maximum
of six people. ‘Stay and Sail’ and ‘Stay and Dive’ packages are also
being offered.  Each townhouse has central air-conditioning, private
deck and a walled courtyard. They also have back-up water and power
supplied by Nanny Cay. Each block has parking spaces and a dock for a
small boat.

Residents and guests of the units have full access to the Hotel’s facilities including the freshwater oceanfront swimming pool and air-conditioned gym.

When completed Nanny Cay Village will comprise eight blocks with a total of thirty-two units on a canal with direct access to the Sir Francis Drake Channel.  Phase two of the four-phase development is underway with the construction of Golden Hind and Defiance with a scheduled completion date of December 2009.

The townhouses are being sold as freehold properties with the option of joining Nanny Cay’s condo-hotel rental pool. Owners can choose from a selection of interior finishing packages – Cottage, Island Elegance or Tropical Modern – for a turnkey purchase.

"We’re very excited about Nanny Cay Village.  It’s the only waterfront community being built on Tortola and a great addition to the options that we have to offer overnight visitors,” said Miles Sutherland-Pilch, manager for Nanny Cay Resort and Marina.  “The townhouses have been designed for convenient and comfortable living.  Not only have we carefully planned the layout and composition of the units to ensure the optimum use of space but we have also selected quality fixtures, furnishings, and fittings to reflect the standard of the upscale development."

The exterior walls of the units use tinted plaster rendering and cement HardiePlank that resembles clapboard, designed to reduce maintenance costs. Each unit interior is laid with either Travetine tiles, or bamboo flooring and ceramic tiles.  The design incorporates a hand built kitchen and full bathroom for each bedroom. Third level master bedrooms have a private balcony.

Nanny Cay Resort and Marina is Tortola’s flagship marina. The hotel has forty-two, air-conditioned rooms plus the additional townhouse units in Nanny Cay Village. The naturally sheltered, 180-slip marina and boat yard offers comprehensive service and facilities for long and short-term visitors.

Nanny Cay Resort and Marina is the host and presenting sponsor of the BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival, the Nanny Cay Nations Cup, the KATS (Kids And The Sea) Swim programme and the KATS Premiers Cup.

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