The Beach Bar at Neptune’s Treasure – A Treasure on Anegada

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When it comes to beach bars, Neptune’s Treasure, a resort located on Anegada in the British Virgin Islands, has a treasure of its own that not enough people know about. Maybe that’s the way their longtime customers would prefer to keep it.

Beach bar at Neptune's Treasure, Anegada, British Virgin Islands

For beach bar purists (yes, they exist), the thought of a resort owning a beach bar and doing it right is blasphemy. However, when you’re a small family owned resort on Anegada in the British Virgin Islands and the beach bar is front and center, even the most high nosed beach bar enthusiasts would have a hard time turning their nose up at you.

Situated just west of the ferry dock and right past the Wonky Dog on the southwest corner of the island, the owners of Neptune’s Treasure, Mark and Pam Soares, could have easily plopped down some more bungalows near the beach but instead, the beach bar mans that spot, keeping an eye on some of the clearest blue water you’ll ever set your eyes on.

View in front of beach bar at Neptune's Treasure, Anegada, British Virgin Islands

For more information on Neptune’s Treausure, you can visit their Facebook page which is updated often. You can also find the Trip Advisor reviews here.

About Neptune’s Treasure
“Neptune’s Treasure is a family run Anegada hotel with beachfront villas, rooms and cottages. Perhaps best described as “SIMPLICITY” this Anegada resort is situated on the Southwestern shore of the most unique island in the chain of the British Virgin Islands.

The secret of “Nature’s Little Secrets” offers a family operated Guest House, Restaurant and Bar, situated on the shore under towering palms with breathtaking views of Virgin Gorda and Tortola. So kick back, relax and enjoy our home style atmosphere where the Soares Family will share their hospitality and their stories of their beginnings on Anegada.”

Author: Tom W.

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  1. My wife and I call it heaven. When Mark asks “how’s the weather” it is about to get Dark n Stormy!

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    • I’ll have to remember that the next time I make one of those! Their place looks beautiful. Thanks for the comment!

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    • Appreciate the kind words, Olivia, and thanks for the info!

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