Set in nineteen coastal acres of Antigua’s National Park on the southern side of the island, this luxury 5 star resort overlooks the yacht-dotted English Harbour. Magnificent vistas extend seaward from the reception building, which houses the colonial-style Stone Bar, a panoramic venue for pre-dinner cocktails where barman Tully makes the perfect pina colada, and the gourmet Terrace Restaurant. Soft candlelight sets the scene for alfresco dining, with an inspired menu of local and international fare complemented by an extensive wine list. Down by the beach on Freeman’s Bay, The Reef restaurant is open for breakfast and casual dining throughout the day. Four Beach Cabanas enjoy a sought-after location just steps from the water’s edge and in the luxuriant gardens, airy Junior Suites boast vaulted ceilings and comfortable living areas. The beach, infinity-edge swimming pool and spa promise relaxation, whilst action seekers will enjoy the floodlit tennis courts, kayaking and laser sailing. A complimentary daytime water taxi is on hand to ferry guests to historic Nelson’s Dockyard. If you are interested in The Inn at English Harbour or any of our 5 star hotels in Antigua, then please make an online enquiry or chat to us online; your luxury Caribbean holiday awaits.
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Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. Low season for Antigua is generally between the months of May to October, high season runs from mid December to Easter. Prices are based on 2 sharing (unless otherwise indicated) and include return economy flights from London. Regional connections and single supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
Set in 19 coastal acres of Antigua's National Park and standing guard to the entrance of the picturesque, yacht-dotted English Harbour, step out of the door and straight into the heart of Antiguan life, or cross the water to find historic Nelson's Dockyard. On Sunday evenings, party with the locals at Shirley Heights - expect a riot of rum, barbecues and dancing to live music. Whatever you want to eat, see or do, The Inn at English Harbour places you right at the epicentre of the lusciously relaxed West Indian way of life.
On an Organic Garden Tour at The Inn at English Harbour, guests are welcome to sample a variety of seasonal produce – the very same fresh produce that goes into the carefully prepared dishes at the restaurant. Deep meditation and spiritual healing courses are also proffered at the resort, as well as a number of rejuvenating treatments at the spa.
Benefiting from remarkable views over the Caribbean Sea, the Cedar Valley Golf course is open to all guests at The Inn at English Harbour as part of a partnership. The 18 hole golf course was Antigua’s first – opening in 1977 – and is within close proximity to the colourful capital city of St John’s.
A year round destination, the best months to visit Antigua are generally during the drier winter months of December to April with temperatures averaging 24°C. The summer months between May and November can be more humid with showers and passing tropical storms a possibility, however visitors during these months may be rewarded with quieter beaches and excellent hotel offers.
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