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Recent Antigua reviews

  • Another great stay at Point of View!

    "We are recently back from our second two week stay at Point of View. We first stayed at the property in 2012 and had been dreaming of a return trip ever since our plane left Antiguan soil on that trip. We are a family of 5 with 3 teenage daughters and are now very comfortable getting around the island. As with our first trip we couldn't have been happier with our stay. Katherine was (again) extremely helpful and always full of great information on the island. With our trip coinciding with Antigua Carnival there was a much larger number of tourists and activities available on the island during this trip (which was very nice). Beyond seeing the island many of our favorite days were spent sitting around Point of View and enjoying the villa. Some tips: -Be prepared to get a local drivers license (~$20usd) and a 4wd vehicle. You will quickly get used to driving on the left hand side of the road (if you don't already). A 4wd vehicle is extremely helpful on the island in general and especially to get up the mountain to Point of View. A good map or GPS makes your trip much less stressful. -If you travel to Antigua in the off-season (like we do) plan on arriving with an idea of the restaurants and other sites/activities you want to hit and make sure you call ahead to check to see if they are open. Many have off-season schedules. We did this and had a great experience. We actually liked many of their FB pages in the weeks leading up to our trip so we knew what events were going on and what specials the restaurants had. Some of our favorites: Touloulou's, Trappas, OJs, Copper and Lumber (Friday night seafood), and the always popular Sunday party at Shirley Heights. -Don't "overplan" in Antigua and be prepared to live on "island time" for awhile. Everything happens at a different pace there so go with it and make up some (or most) of your schedule as you go. You'll enjoy it more this way :) -Get out on the water. We love the beaches and have been to a bunch of them (Favorites: Rendezvous Bay, Halfmoon Bay, Valley Church, and Jolly Beach). We also loved taking a Catamaran out to Barbuda (BEAUTIFUL beaches and great trip). This year we chartered a sailboat for a day (the Jabberwocky through http://www.adventurecaribbean.com/) and HIGHLY recommend it. We can't recommend Point of View enough and we're already scouring our calendar for open dates for our next trip."
    Guest: Kevin G Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 12, 2014
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  • Villa Kulala is paradise

    "My family and I were recently in Antigua for a wedding and had the great forture of spending a week at Villa Kulala. As you can see from the pictures the panoramic views are amazing. The villa itself is balinese inspired and beautifully decorated. The staff were great and very helpful. The rooms are superb and open to the outside and all have their own en-suite bathrooms. The air-conditioned bed provided dreamy sleeps. Everything in Kulala is top notch. The best part of the process however was dealing with Amanda (the owner), we asked a lot of questions and she was very helpful and fantastic to deal with. While we were there we also rented the equally luxurious Villa Azura (Amanda's other property next door) and it worked out great if you have a large group. I would recommend Villa Kulala to anyone who wants to experience the caribbean at its most beautiful. Thanks Amanda for such an amazing vacation!"
    Guest: Scott L. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 22, 2014
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  • Fantastic views and unbelievable beach and snorkling

    "We were a family of four and had a wonderful week. We loved the beach which has great swimming and snorkeling as well as a great beach bar where we eat and drank most days . The owner is also managing seascapes which made it very convenient . The house is very clean and eating outside over looking the ocean on the covered porch was wonderful. Great gardens very private location , the house exceeded our expectations and compared to other places we reviewed a great value"
    Guest: Steph Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 9, 2014
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  • Fantastic vacation

    "If you truly want a luxurious Carribbean vacation hurry and book a stay at Villa Sull Oceano. The house is spectacular with all the amenities and the view from your patio is breathtaking overlooking your own private beach. Our family of 7 people was easily accommodated in spacious bedrooms. The property is meticulously maintained and the people in Jolly Harbour are extremely pleasant and helpful. We could not have asked for more."
    Guest: Mike Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 13, 2014
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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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