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A week in Virgin Gorda w/pool & ocean view for less than $5k??

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Maybe someone can tell me if my expectations are not realistic… This will be our first time to BVI. I am looking for a 3 br. villa in Virgin Gorda for a week in early July. I would like it to have a pool and ocean view. From what I have read, the the heat and humidity is harsh during July (?), so I am thinking a/c may be necessary… (Rosewood at Little Dix would be quite amazing if it weren't $1,500/night for 3 bedrooms)… My budget for the week is $4K, although I could stretch it to $5k-5.5K for one on beachfront. I have looked and looked and can't seem to find much. I found a Guavaberry villa in Whale Bay Estates without a/c for $3,700. It says that it's on a hill and has trade winds. How much of a hill? Winds enough to keep you from sweating at night? Any ideas, tips, or suggestions for other villas would be greatly appreciated? I will be traveling with kids ages 20, 18, and 7 and possibly a 63 yr old grandmother, so I'm hoping for something not too high on a hill to climb from the beach everyday. Frustration of the search is getting me! Thanks in advance!

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