The Inn at English Harbour, Antigua

Antigua may lie at the very heart of the Caribbean. But there is something unmistakably English about The Inn, its setting and its heritage.

The Inn stands in a prominent position on the headland of the renowned English Harbour. The name alone gives an ample clue as to the heritage of this delightfully restored colonial mansion. Walk for just a few minutes along the fine white sand of the crescent-shaped bay and you will arrive at one of the Caribbean’s most important – for the British anyway - historical destinations; Nelson’s Dockyards. It was here in 1784 that Horatio Nelson arrived to enforce sweeping new shipping laws on the region.

And it is here that you can impose a regime of pampering, pleasure and leisure upon yourself. The Inn is pleasantly cooled by favourable trade winds, making it the perfect place for lazing beside the sparkling Caribbean. The ideal place for spa pampering, fine dining, water sports…

The Inn, at a glance

  • Idyllic setting on the headland at English Harbour, with 19 acres of tropical gardens
  • Choice of 28 rooms, junior and deluxe suites
  • Beach Cabana rooms have verandas with direct access to the beach itself
  • Marble or mahogany floors, traditional cane furniture, tented double beds
  • Large modern bathrooms
  • Flat screens and internet access
  • Two sea-view restaurants serving Caribbean and international dishes

For leisure and pleasure

  • Fantastic, free-form swimming pool beside the beach
  • Luxurious spa with natural Asian and Caribbean treatments, spa library and chess deck
  • Two massage and treatment rooms
  • Well equipped gym and fitness centre
  • Two floodlit tennis courts
  • Snorkelling
  • Kayaking and Laser sailing
  • Two championship golf courses within easy reach
  • Ayesha provided superb advice - she is to be commended! We had the most excellent adventure - everything went smoothly, first time in any of our India trips!

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    JK, India, 2014