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Recent Anguilla reviews

  • Great Villa for the family!

    "We did some extensive research trying to find a reasonably priced Villa with the location and amenities to fit for our family vacation. Having some experience in other rentals where the pictures didn't really "tell the story" it was not an easy decision given the investment. Well, I can say now that Three Dolphins was great and lived up to every expectation we had. The villa is very well maintained and has a ton of character from all of the custom woodwork. Chelle was very easy to communicate with and got back to me promptly as I peppered her with questions (our first time to Anguilla). The location is very central and getting to any of the big beaches was easy, although we found ourselves very comfortable just lounging around the pool enjoying the ocean. After visiting some of the beaches and restaurants on the North side of Anguilla where the air seemed to be perfectly still at night, we all decided that we preferred the constant breezes we had from Three Dolphins more southern facing location. We really felt like we were at "home" within a day or so. Kathleen and Joyce were very pleasant housekeepers and they were there each morning for several hours. Chelle helped us find a local chef (Andy) to do breakfast for our group very reasonably so no one had to stress out about any meals. We also asked him to do one dinner for us with local flavors and it was very relaxing to be in our own place for the evening since we had a couple small children with us! We do plan to visit again, and again! Enjoy"
    Guest: Jim Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: December 23, 2015
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  • Great Villa for family

    "Our family of four (parents plus two older sons) stayed at Little Palm for six nights. This was a perfect place for us. Ample room, fairly private, adequately stocked kitchen, very clean throughout and a well maintained private pool. Each bedroom has its own full bathroom. There is AC in each of the bedrooms that helped at night. In the upstairs where the living room and kitchen are AC was not needed because of the steady winds. We adjusted the temperature by simply opening or closing the sliding door. The view is better than the pictures and the location was perfect. We rented a vehicle from Andys. Renting a vehicle is an absolute must. Exploring the island, going to restaurants or simply going to the grocery store are a little ways away. RENT A VEHICLE. The bakery at the end of the road is a great way to start your day. You can walk or drive there. The best part of the house is the man who watches the house for the owner. His name is Isaiah and he was great. He met us at the house, went over the basics and also left us a phone to use so we would not have to use ours. He came back a few times for different things. He also spent time with us discussing the history of the island, his family history and things we could do. He is a valuable asset to the owner."
    Guest: RPSCLT Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 1, 2016
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  • Wonderful getaway

    "We love Anguilla and have been going there for over thirty years. We enjoyed our stay at Seabird more than any other accommodation on the Island, which includes all the "fancy" resorts. The villa is quite comfortable, simply but appropriately decorated for a beach house and has charming paintings and personal touches everywhere. Most importantly, everything works and the house and gardens are well-maintained. The view from the villa is stunning, overlooking a salt pond-- which never smells--the beach--a short five minute walk or one minute car ride--the ocean and St. Martin in the distance. Delphine, the property manager, is terrific. She makes everything happen before you even think about it, from ferry and taxi service, restaurant reservations, finding a chef to prepare dinner at the villa and making certain everything is running in perfect order. Even more importantly, she is a lovely woman and I am happy to have met her. ,"
    Guest: dog over Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: March 2, 2016
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  • Between excellent and admirable

    "There is much to enjoy at Serenata, and much to admire. Fist the location: above Island Harbour in a completely serene site. No other view from the terrace than trees in the garden and the native vegetation beyond that, then the ocean: no other noise than the distant rollers on the reef, the rustling palms in the (sometimes strong) wind, and the turtle doves that wake you in the morning.The neighbours to the west were never there during our month's stay, and those to the east were scrupulously quiet. You will grow to admire the layout of Serenata, the well-kept colourful garden that Wilson keeps watered. I particularly recommend a good look at the dry stone wall that encloses it, artfully done in the local manner of two-tone stones . One of the best in the island. The inside is quite spare, almost ascetic in its immaculate white, built to catch and keep the light. The floor of the great room is white tile, and some original art (not too much; you will long remember the depiction of a children's model sailboat race by Wemes that greets you on the left-hand wall; see if you can find the original of the houses that she grouped above the children) takes advantage of those white walls. The living room furniture is rattan, comfortable and complete, down to the stand alone glass top dining table. One small table and a desk, three armchairs: no other furniture. Complete, but nothing superfluous. Then there is the gallery/verandah. 60 feet of arches open to the North and to the inspection of birds in search of your breakfast crumbs (feeding them is probably a mistake, and expose all that lovely white paint to regrettable accidents). The floor is the same tile as the inside: extreme caution after rain: it becomes very slippery, and running toddlers risk serious injury. But you will not find a more serene spot than one of the four lounge chairs. The property's maintenance is excellent. There is not one flaw in the vast amount of screening necessary for the enormous amount of windows (bay windows and windows along the entire gallery). There was not a mark on any of the walls, any of the off-white counters. For places like Serenata, my wife and I are thankful. The owners (Maddeline and Rocco are a phone call away (even in the middle of the night when, left in a completely dark island by a power interruption, we had to ask where the flashlight was), and prompt to answer questions and fix problems. They were careful not to intrude,, but very helpful nonetheless."
    Guest: Max V. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 11, 2016
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