• Relax on the private sandy beach
  • Indulge in beachfront, Caribbean fusion dining
  • Watch the sunrise and sunset from your private beach cabana
  • Swim with stingrays and go sailing and snorkelling from the private dock
  • Pamper yourself with treatments in the Asian-inspired spa

In a postcard-perfect setting on southern coast of Antigua, this hilltop resort overlooks the beautiful natural bay of English Harbour. Look out from colonial-style suites and private balconies to breathtaking ocean views before whiling days spent on the private white-sand beach, by the ocean-front swimming pool or at the five-star Asian-inspired spa, alongside al-fresco dining washed down with expertly-mixed cocktails and an excellent wine list. And, fringed by rolling rainforest-dense hills, the sparkling ocean and a private dock, there are all manner of activities on offer, from deep sea-diving and paddleboarding to swimming with stingrays.

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Colonial-style suites are discreetly tucked away to ensure optimal privacy, all muted tones and rich fabrics contrasted with murals and globally-inspired sculptures. Beach Cabana rooms offer private cabanas for direct beach access and some of the resort's best sunrise and sunset views, while Deluxe and Junior Suites mix in dark wood floors, private verandas and sprawling wood-clad ceilings. Expect marble bathroom floors, king or queen beds, coffee and tea making facilities, air conditioning, a refrigerator and a flat screen television in all rooms.

When it comes to dining, a mix of local Caribbean flavours and global influences impress at the Terrace Restaurant's landscaped gardens, where fine al-fresco dining is enjoyed over the yacht-dotted harbour, with vegetables and herbs plucked from the Inn's very own garden and local, catch-of-the-day fish. Down on the shore, The Reef's open-air terrace offers more informal Italian fare, perfect for lazy lunches on the beach.

Alongside the private beach and ocean-view pool, there are an abundance of activities to keep every guest happy. Perhaps go kayaking in the famous Nelson's Dockyard, walk through the organic gardens and pick your own ingredients for your breakfast smoothie or even head out on a private sailboat for a day of swimming with stingrays. That's alongside all the classic watersports, as well as private courses in tenĀ­nis, sailing, diving and yoga. You may like to simply relax in the superb Asian-influenced spa, or for the keen golfer, the 18-hole championship Cedar Valley and Jolly Harbour courses are just moments away.


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