The Liming Bequia | St Vincent and The Grenadines | If Only

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The Liming Bequia extols for its guests the Caribbean philosophy that doing nothing is something to embrace. The bright white interiors of its elegant villas and suites reflect the natural serenity of their tropical surroundings.


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What's nearby

Port Elizabeth has a bustling mix of shopping, a tourism centre and stalls selling fruit, vegetables and local crafts. Discover a former coconut plantation at Spring, now home to farmed animals. Follow the coastline to Park Bay to visit the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary.

At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 14 rooms



All suites and villas are decorated in bright, simple, elegant style with hints of their Caribbean heritage. Marvellous ocean and island views abound from picture windows or private infinity pools.

Three and four-bedroom villas feature private hot tubs. The five-bedroom ‘Gingerlily’ Mansion House looks towards Mustique and St Vincent from its ridge location. In addition to a dining room, kitchen, media room and lounge, the house has a private plunge pool and freshwater swimming pool.



The Liming’s exclusive restaurant creates tempting menus using locally sourced island fruit, vegetables and seafood. Choose where to eat, either in the restaurant or privately in your villa or suite.



Discover reefs of colourful marine life and sunken shipwrecks from a dive boat. Book a trip on an historic trading schooner for a day of snorkelling and spotting turtles, dolphins and whales.

For a change of Caribbean sandy shore, follow the Belmont Walkway from Port Elizabeth to Princess Margaret Beach and Lower Bay. Trek through tropical vegetation to the summit of Mount Peggy for unrestricted views of Bequia.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

E. T. Joshua Airport (St Vincent)


Approximately 10 minutes from J. F. Mitchell Airport


The most popular months to visit are from December to May when the climate is less humid and trade winds provide welcome breezes. The southern islands are generally slightly drier and warmer than those of Mustique and Bequia in the north. Hurricane season is from July to November but these commonly pass over the north of St Vincent and tend to not have a significant impact.



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