The Magic of Moonhole - Gallery
A deeply secluded Caribbean community is now finally getting a second chance
Written by George Epaminondas
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The back room at Villa Vincent serves as a dining area, flanked by seating made of whale vertebrae.
A wood-framed bed with mosquito netting inside Eclipse house, open to the elements
A view from Kow-Ga-Peh, the highest point on Moonhole
An open door at Agnew Hall leads to a natural light–filled bathroom.
The only way to Moonhole Beach is through a private thatched tunnel that is constantly guarded.
A sink carved out of natural rock, following the builder’s ideals
Moonhole houses are filled with nooks and crannies, such as this reading perch off a staircase.