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This spacious al fresco Balinese house boasts amazing panoramic views of the Caribbean, the Atlantic and neighbouring islands. Each of the 12 guest rooms in the Great House has a balcony and all come with king-size beds and en-suite bathrooms. There's also a bunk room sleeping up to six children. Whilst on the upper level you’ll find the stunning Master Suite, complete with private outdoor hot tub and sundeck.
Nestled high above the rocks and a short walk down from the Great House, Leha Lo is a private standalone room with stunning 180-degree sea views, and features a wraparound terrace with daybed and an outdoor shower.
Bali Lo, Bali Buah and Bali Kukila are built in the middle of the island and boast wonderful views with a large private pool. Bali Lo is a two-tiered Balinese house with a lounge on the ground floor and the bedroom is above it on the first floor. Bali Buah is adjacent to Bali Lo and features a large balcony with seating and a hammock. Bali Kukila is a spacious room with views out to the sea and a spectacular private terrace.
Images for Bali Hi are coming soon!
The Bali Hi complex is clustered together, overlooking the ocean and beach. Each has its own plunge pool and share a swimming pool. Bali Hi is a three-tiered house with an outdoor lounge area and has spectacular views of the beach. Bali Cliff is one of the most romantic settings on Necker. It perches on the edge of the island and faces out to sea. To maximise the experience, it has its own plunge pool and open air bathroom. Bali Beach is just two steps away from the shared swimming pool and enjoys incredible views of Flamingo beach. Like Bali Hi and Bali Cliff, Bali Beach has its own plunge pool.
Temple House accommodates up to four guests across two rooms. It is situated in the middle of the island and has an infinity swimming pool with panoramic views, it's particularly known for having the most beautiful sunset views from the terrace. Temple Master and Temple Sunrise are two standalone rooms built in the stunning Balinese style you'll find elsewhere on Necker. Temple Master isn't far from the shared pool and enjoys panoramic views of the island and Temple Sunrise is a spectacular room with a large terrace with stunning sea views; you might have guessed from the name, but it's perfect place to watch the sunrise!
The Great House
Perched at the island’s highest point, the Great House is where people come together, to dine, party or just relax. The house has a wraparound terrace with hammocks and sofas, and this being Necker Island, naturally you can expect a fully stocked bar. Up on the roof you’ll find a cosy four-person hot tub – perfect for sipping champagne as you watch the sun set.
The Beach House
Right on the island main beach, the Beach House sits in between the island’s two tennis courts and the Caribbean Sea. With an impressive bar, space for games tables and an enormous 26-foot sofa, the Beach House is the place for relaxed lunches and enjoying the sea breezes in between dips into the crystal clear waters.
The Beach Pool
Just next to the Beach House, the Beach Pool has a freeform infinity pool complete with a swim-up bar where guests can sit and enjoy a drink. There’s also a huge hot tub right on the beach with space for more than 30 people. Within the pool complex is our thatched Crocodile Pavilion with its large solid teak crocodile table.
Since this is the Caribbean, there are plenty of places on Necker Island to lie on the beach and soak up some sun. Main Beach is where most of our water activities are based whereas Turtle Beach is a more peaceful palm-fringed beach, with hammocks hanging between the trees.
Dinner at the Great House is a revelation with a variety of themes to make each night unique. Meet at the bar for cocktails and head up to the roof terrace where dinner will be served while you watch the sun set.
The Beach Pavilion
On the upper level of the Beach Pavilion is a huge dining table that can seat up to 40 guests at any one time with views overlooking the tennis courts to one side and the ocean to the other.
Turtle Beach is a great option for lunch or dinner - we usually organise a sailing race around the island which ends at Turtle Beach for a drink and either a picnic style or BBQ style lunch. If you fancy an afternoon activity the nearby reef promises some great snorkelling opportunities.
Floating Sushi Bar
We offer a very unique twist to the traditional sushi bar and serve the sushi in a floating kayak filled with ice and decorated with beautiful flowers! The chefs float the kayak down the Beach Pool and are there to tell you what decadent rolls and sashimi they have prepared.
You will see a stunning array of wildlife on Necker Island during your stay, from lemurs to flamingos to giant tortoises! Our friendly team will be delighted to introduce you and arrange a feeding time that you’re welcome to attend.
Richard has developed a passion for trying to help preserve endangered species of Madagascan lemur. We currently have over 60 lemurs on island from six different species including ring-tailed lemurs, three species of brown lemurs and two sub-species of ruffed lemurs. The lemurs are in enclosures all around the Beach House and tennis courts so you can visit them every day.
From the very humble beginnings of just six Caribbean flamingos we now have a successful breeding programme and a total count of well over 250 Roseate and Caribbean flamingos. They live in the salt pond just next to Bali Hi Beach and it has been our aim to establish a breeding ground to repopulate the Caribbean with this once widely spread, stunning bird.
Don't be surprised if when you see these guys you fall in love, their plumage is absolutely fantastic to look at. They are one of two species that we have here on Necker, the other being the white ibis. They used to be native to these parts almost 100 years ago, but were hunted to local extinction.
We have nine Aldabra giant tortoises. You will usually spot them on the road leading to Bali Lo so if you’re behind the wheel of one our ‘mules’ (golf buggies) please drive carefully!
The Rock or Stout iguana is endemic to the British Virgin Islands, specifically on the neighbouring island Anegada, where they were re-introduced in the early 1980s. They can grow up to over 6ft long so you won’t miss them!