Saba Rock, the legendary island resort perched on a one-acre cay in the North Sound of Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands, is now accepting reservations for stays starting this fall.

Closed since Hurricane Irma ravaged the place in the fall of 2017 the newly-built resort features a contemporary design in its seven guestrooms and two villa suites.

The resort’s complete reconstruction includes deck, docks,  dive shop, Happy Hour Bar and Lounge, a restaurant, spa and kiteboarding and kitesurfing school.

To celebrate the October reopening, a special Stay and Play grand opening special offers four nights for the price of three, for travel Oct. 15 through Nov. 20. The promotion includes daily breakfast, roundtrip ferry transfers from Gun Creek and Leverick Bay and a special gift for gifts upon arrival.

Rates start at $750 per room, per night, double. More information is available on the resort’s website.

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