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Recent Caribbean reviews

  • Dreaming of the day we can return

    "Our family of 11 just returned after spending the Christmas holidays at the Weston House. We couldn't have given a better gift to the family. The house is newly renovated and it sparkles! Most rooms have an amazing view of the ocean and the breathtaking sunsets. As mentioned in previous reviews, Deborah, Alicia and Maureen were moms to all of us. We just mentioned once about one of our son's food allergy and Deborah had an alternate for him whenever needed. Aside from their delicious meals and beautiful table settings, Deborah is a wealth of information on all activities on the island, where to go, shop, fish and surf. Shopping and eating out are all within a few miles of the house but there were times where we just enjoyed the pool and patio or relaxing on the walk-out beach or snorkeling right in our backyard. The Weston House will not disappoint. What a magical place to make family memories. Marion and Steve"
    Guest: Marionvkelly Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 10, 2015
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  • Lovely Condo

    "We stayed here for one week from 12/9/14 to 12/16/14. The villa is exactly as pictured in the new pictures. Everything worked as it should and the house was well stocked. The beds were comfortable and the living room furniture was functional. The two TV's worked well and the internet service was adequate enough to get emails easily - surfing the web was slow though. It was very convenient to the new causeway which made getting to the French side a breeze. Access to the beach was easy and secure. There were several well stocked grocery stores close by - all great pluses. We had only two issues with the unit. First was parking. The designated spot for this unit is the end spot in front of the building. There is a concrete wall on one side and the spot next to it was occupied by a full time resident with a very large Ram pickup truck with a motorcycle parked in front of it. It stuck out very far making swinging into the spot from the one way street extremely difficult. It always took multiple back and forth swings with one person directing from the street especially if a local resident parked across the street from the parking spot. Our car was on the larger side for island rentals so it might not be as bad with a compact car but it really wasn't fun getting in and out of the spot. We often dreaded going out for that reason. The other issue was the lack of shade. Some might love this but we were hoping that the covered patio and balcony would have offered shade for more of the day. There was no shade after 10:30AM until sunset on either the ground floor patio or upstairs balcony. There are no umbrellas on the pool deck so if you cannot tolerate continuous sun you are out of luck. There are beach chairs and sand umbrellas available but there was no real beach in front of the unit the week we were there. That changes throughout the year but was not good when we were there. Despite our two issues we still had a lovely week at the condo. We might not stay there again but would recommend it to others as long as the parking and sun/shade were mentioned ahead of time and everyone was okay with it. The views of the boats on the bay overlooking Saba were tremendous and the sunsets awesome."
    Guest: Susan & David Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 23, 2014
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  • PERFECT

    "Awesome stay in a fabulous villa. Beautiful outdoor spaces and pool area. Lovely comfortable furnishings. But the best part was the staff. Cook, maid are great. By Jose was superlative. Friendly. Always smiling. Willing to do anything to make our stay more special. Makes a mean drink. Homemade pizza. Grilled like a pro. I wish I could bring him home. Erik the property manager helpful and responsive. Owner easy to work with. Truly a vacation to remember."
    Guest: JoAnn Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 12, 2014
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  • great property to rent!

    "We spent 2 weeks at Mermaid Villa and it was a blast! Jan was a wonderful host and very inclusive. We arrived on Thanksgiving day and Jan naturally invited us to have dinner with her friends and guests at a local joint. It was wonderful to meet her friends and got to know a bit more about island life through these long-term residents! The property was very private, and the beautiful long bay beach was within walking distance. It was a great place to relax and de-stress. I'm going back in May and I would recommend this property to all my friends!"
    Guest: wei Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 27, 2014
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Anguilla Travel Tips

Activities and Attractions at Anguilla Vacation Rentals

Anguilla is a tropical paradise located in the Caribbean. It is an island known for its beautiful beaches and calm turquoise waters. It’s a place where you can relax, and be as active or lazy as you choose. Many people visit simply to be able to enjoy the beautiful white beach sands, warm tropical sun and delicious rum cocktails. But if you’d like to be a little more active than that, there are plenty of great activities. The calm turquoise waters are ideal for swimming and snorkeling. You can visit the reefs and watch the many colorful tropical reef fish dart between the corals. For certified divers, you can explore the underwater wonders by signing up with one of the dive charters.

The national sport of Anguilla is sailing and when the weather is good, you’ll see all types and sizes of sailing craft out on the water. The winds provide ideal sailing conditions and regattas are often held throughout the year. Sea kayaking is a great way to explore the coastline. Protected by the barrier reefs, most of the coastline is relatively calm. If you enjoy deep sea fishing, you can go out beyond the reefs for a day of fishing. The experienced skippers will be able to take you to where the fish are biting.

No visit to Anguilla is complete without taking a boat cruise. You can choose from a slow and steady glass-bottomed boat to a luxurious high-speed cruiser. There are also several yachts available for day charters and cruises on the island. On land, you can enjoy a round of golf or many leisurely hours of walking. You could even explore the interior on horseback. Then there are also the vibrant restaurants, beach bars, shops and markets to keep you entertained.

Visitors to Anguilla Villas

Anguilla attracts visitors who love the sunshine and warm tropical weather. Many people visit the island from December to April to escape from the colder northern climates. It’s a little slice of tropical paradise that is an ideal sun vacation destination. Because of its natural beauty, it is a popular destination for honeymoons and weddings. There’s nothing quite as romantic as strolling along a beautiful beach at sunset and feeling the gentle ocean breeze in your hair. Yachtsmen can enjoy sailing in the bays with the consistently good winds. Scuba divers can enjoy the underwater reefs and magnificent marine life. Anyone who enjoys beach, sun and water sports will enjoy a stay on Anguilla.

Getting to Anguilla Resort Rentals

Most flights to Anguilla from the United States route via Puerto Rico. From there, there are several flights weekly that connect on to Anguilla. An alternative that is often cheaper and more convenient is to fly directly to the neighboring island of St. Maarten. From there, you can get a quick island hop across to Anguilla. From St. Maartten, it is a quick 20-minute ferry trip to get across to Anguilla. If traveling from Europe, there are several airlines that have direct flights into St. Maarten. You can, of course, also route via Puerto Rico if you choose.

Best Seasons to Travel to Caribbean Vacation Rentals in Anguilla

Anguilla enjoys a warm year-round tropical climate. While the sun may shine all year, the seasons are dictated mostly by the rainfall rather than by how hot it is. The most popular time of year to visit is during the cooler months which are from December to April. You’ll want to be cautious about traveling in May as there are frequently storms that blow through. The summer months of June to September are very hot and humid, and heavy rains generally occur in October.

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