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Recent Antigua reviews

  • Lovely Cottage and Wonderful Hospitality

    "The Sugar Shack was everything we hoped it would be and more! The decor is lovely with some nice Caribbean touches and the garden, breezeway and deck were very relaxing. The cottage is spotless and the hospitality of Ilse and Bill Cooper went above and beyond expectations. We cooked a number of dinners at home and found the kitchen to have everything we needed and the BBQ to be easy to use. My husband, sister and I spent an idyllic 12 days a the Sugar Shack and can recommend it without reservation. We rented a car and visited a number of beaches - though Dickenson Bay is only a 5 minute walk away and is spectacular for swimming. We recommend shopping for food at Epicurean, which is not too far from the cottage, though you will need a car. For an easy dinner or lunch we suggest purchasing the take-out dishes at Epicurean, which are very tasty and will give you a sens of the local fare. Take your cup of coffee in the morning or glass of wine in the late afternoon up to the sunset deck at the top of the garden for a relaxing panoramic view of the horizon. As for restaurants, we enjoyed meals at Anna's, which is within walking distance of the Sugar Shack, and C &C Wine Bar in St. John's. We took a day-long circumnavigation tour on a catamaran with "Wadadli Cats" and loved every minute of it: we sailed around the island, stopping half-way at a beach for a chance to snorkel and a hot lunch. My husband and sister enjoyed a game of golf at the public golf course - golf club rentals were just fine. Nelson's Dockyards is a destination worthy of the journey across the island. Ilse and Bill were very generous with their time and advice on local attractions and history. We would go back in a heartbeat."
    Guest: Canuck Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 20, 2015
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  • Privacy with a View

    "We had a very nice holiday at Villa Kulala. I had been worried about the wind on such an exposed point of land, but there were only 2 days where it was an annoyance. The house is situated and shaped in such a way that the living area is always protected from the wind. The breeze certainly must have helped with keeping the mosquitoes down, as did the lack of rain, because we did not see one. That alone made this vacation so much more pleasant than our previous two villa rentals. Although the snorkelling was not nearly as good as on other islands we have visited, we did see some large rays and lobsters and a slipper lobster which I have never seen before. Because the snorkelling was not all consuming, we did more exploring. The hiking trails were not easy as advertised, but they were an adventure, offering spectacular views of the island. We also spent a number of afternoons at Half Moon Bay, where the waves were substantial enough for body surfing and my son could rent a kayak. One drawback to the Villa was that there were no watersport rentals nearby. Long Bay only rented to their hotel guests. I loved Coles Market. Thank you, Amanda, for recommending that. You can't get fresher! Advice to others: if you don't see what you want, just ask. If it is growing on the property, they will go and cut it for you. Also the Epicurean is really wonderful. Generally the cost of food and drink was not over the top. The shopping and the people made Antigua seem so welcoming. I loved the island! Everyone made good use of the pool table although it was unfortunate that only one cue was in tip-top condition (tips were broken). Nevertheless, this was an excellent attraction. Barbecuing was a challenge. We are spoiled with our gas grills, but the charcoal cookers were in no way protected with a hood to keep heat in. It took a number of days for the guys to get the hang of it. The rooms were excellent and the showers were beautiful! The pool was wonderful. Christiane, who lives nearby, was very accommodating, even arranging a taxi for the final departure. I would recommend this property without any hesitation."
    Guest: Karen Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 6, 2015
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  • Superb villa and location - highly recommended

    "Everything about this villa is perfection, well-equipped from the exquisite bedrooms, spacious living and dining areas to the stunning views. Visually, the villa is beautifully decorated in the owner’s signature style and was maintained to a high standard throughout our stay. Highly recommended if you like everything to be in easy reach, in land or by sea, it is perfectly situated in a private bay. Transport was efficient and reliable when it came to sightseeing (recommend sunset at Shirley Heights) and dining out. We also opted for a private chef to cater for us, arranged by the very accommodating concierge. There isn't much more to say other than you need to visit this gem for yourself. As a couple, with friends or as a family, Palm Point will meet the highest of expectations and we look forward to returning again."
    Guest: StClair-Pearce Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 25, 2015
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  • comfortable space/beautiful view!

    "enjoyed the stay, described very well. Hot water is not abundant, but the breeze in April was wonderful."
    Guest: mermaid Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 14, 2015
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Antigua Travel Tips

Antigua Villas for a Mix of English and African Culture

Antigua is a 14-mile long jewel in the Caribbean crown. It forms part of the Leeward Islands in the eastern Caribbean. These Antigua vacation rentals suit independent travelers and are available direct from the owners. Discovered by Columbus, it was settled by the English and the English language is still spoken here today. Visitors to Antigua villas will find a mix of cultures, such as English and African, influences life here. Those who visit Caribbean resorts will be warmly welcomed by islanders.

Antigua Villas for African Music and English Sports

These Caribbean resorts in Antigua are eclectic mixes of African and English culture. Caribbean music descended from the music of African slaves, whereas many Caribbean sports were born out of English influence. The draw for travelers is the natural beauty that surrounds Antigua villas. Much of the island’s interior is protected, with nature reserves protecting the natural landscape. With its historical sites and unique culture, Antigua is a great vacation spot. Visitors to Antigua vacation rentals will find this is a beach location with so much to offer.

Antigua Vacation Rentals Allow for Plenty of Beach Time

The beaches around Caribbean resorts are best described as perfect. White sand, clear blue seas and wonderful sunshine abound. Antigua villas on the beach are beautiful homes with all modern conveniences. Among the beach activities on offer is some awesome scuba diving, with many reefs ripe for exploring. Antigua vacation rentals are ideal for a relaxed pace as there is plenty to do and see on this beautiful island.

Caribbean Resorts Offer a World of Cuisine Choices

Antigua villas are surrounded by a wide choice of excellent food. It will come as no surprise to those staying in Antigua vacation rentals that there is a wide variety of seafood available. While staying in Caribbean resorts, visitors are urged to sample the national dish of Fungi and Saltfish!

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