Guests at Anguilla's newest top-of-the-line retreat, Nevaeh (pronounced "ne-vay-eh"), are greeted by antique Balinese temple doors that open to a serene, soothing Japanese courtyard and traditional garden wonderfully de-stressing welcome to a world of inspired refinement. This brand-new private retreat, located in the island's fashionable West End, is set in one acre of landscaped gardens that step down to a half-mile of pristine beach. To enhance the sense of seclusion, five of the bedrooms are in the main house, with three more in a guest pavilion among the flowers and foliage. The second floor of the main house is given over to two master suites, separated by a pergola-shaded cocktail deck that is slightly elevated to make the most of the endless sea views. The master suite on the first floor has been subtly designed to accommodate the needs of guests with impaired mobility. Adjoining the main lounge is the extremely elegant kitchen. Multiple refrigerators (including an enormous GE SubZero) are skillfully integrated into the decor, while six upholstered stools belly up to a granite-topped counter, inviting guests to sample snacks between meals. Nevaeh's diversions are awesome: A ravishing infinity pool, color-coordinated with the sea and flowing into a cascade and grotto, is the kind of sun-oriented playground that is even more magical after dark. With its oversize candles flickering inside antique lanterns and spotlights sparkling on the iridescent blue tiles it's a perfect spot for nightcaps or skinny dipping by moonlight. Other sports offerings include a lighted Astroturf tennis court that doubles as a basketball court, a dedicated air-conditioned Techno gym, sea scooters and stand-up paddle boards, beach volleyball and kayaks. Beach-lovers, in fact, never have to get off their loungers they can have the staff serve drinks, snacks, chilled towels, a tented dinner or tiki-lit barbecue right on the sand. Golfers celebrate their own private heaven with a state-of-the-art simulator that allows them to "play" the world's most challenging courses. Nevaeh is, in fact, one of the most tech-oriented villas in the Caribbean, its entertainment facilities making it the ideal retreat for extended families: a nine-seat movie theater with surround-sound and Xbox console, 70-inch satellite TV in a media room equipped with Blue-Ray and Xbox console and a Sonos music system throughout the villa.