Welcome to Moonhole!
Moonhole Company is dedicated to conserving the unique architecture, flora, fauna and aquatic life on the western tip of Bequia. There are no roads here, only stone paths.
We collect our water from the clouds. Our houses rely on the sun and the wind for power and on the trade winds for cooling.
Our Conservation Trust is a member of the SVG National Trust. We are seeking to declare the waters surrounding Moonhole a marine sanctuary.
Our founder entrusted the preservation of Moonhole to several of his close friends, who remain devoted to preserving Moonhole's natural beauty.
Tom and Gladdie Johnston started Moonhole Company Limited in the 1960s. They acquired the entire western tip of Bequia and built their home under the enormous rock arch known as "Moonhole." Working side by side with carpenters and masons from nearby Paget Farm, they created an architectural wonder, surrounded by the sea. During the ensuing years, Tom and his crew designed houses for other intrepid individuals with whom he and Gladdie shared their private paradise. As time went on, they built an office, commissary, living quarters for the growing staff, and a Gallery where homeowners and friends congregated for lunch each Sunday. Today the original Moonhole house may only be viewed from the sea and there are no public tours.
We rent six of the unique Moonhole houses by the week, month or season.
Beach House and Generation Gap are right on the beach. The Agnew Hall House is steps above. The Khow-Ga-Peh House and Moonrise sit on a high cliff on the north side of the peninsula. Eclipse House and Villa Vincent are at the secluded western end of our peninsula with panoramic views of the Grenadines.
Our high season begins November 1 and ends on June 30. Reduced rates are available during July 1 through October 30 and for long-term rentals at any time of the year.
Our rental start dates are flexible.
If you are interested in a rental, contact us via email, phone or fax. We are also listed on www.homeaway.com (property numbers 381178 for Agnew Hall and 922145 for Generation Gap).