Fully equipped kitchen
Two sitting areas – formal / informal
Master bedroom with king size bed and en suite bathroom with shower and bath tub overlooking the ocean
Two double bedrooms with king size beds and en suite shower rooms. These bedrooms share a terrace overlooking the ocean
Secondary dining area
Two double bedrooms with king size beds and en suite shower rooms
Bar and lounge with TV
Lower ground floor:
Studio style bedroom with en suite shower room
Sun deck for yoga and fitness
Sun deck for yoga and fitness
Infinity swimming pool (built in steps)
Outdoor kitchen with sink, ice maker, dishwasher and fridge
Ceiling fans in all bedrooms and sitting room
Sonos – main house and around the pool
HDTV, Apple TV and Satellite TV, Netflix etc
Hairdryer in every bedroom
Safe in every bedroom
Selection of board games
Daily housekeeping 5 days a week and half days on the weekends
On call house manager available for any requests guests have
Chef and butler (food and alcoholic beverages not included)
Inclusive luxury airport transfers
Stocked soft drinks bar
On request (payable locally):
Massage and beauty treatments
Villa Papillon is positioned at the tip of Reeds Point on Antigua’s south-west coast. A beautiful villa set into the rocky promontory with some of the most sensational views on the island, overlooking Redonda Island, St. Kitts and Nevis , and Pearns Point at the entrance to Jolly Harbour.
Fly to Antigua Airport – a direct 8hr flight from London
Car hire recommended, we can advise.
The Caribbean needs no introductions, its crystal waters and fine, white sandy beaches are second to none- and Antigua certainly lives up to the romantic expectation. The island is low key, informal and very much old Caribbean. Restaurants and bars are all open shacks and the dress code is flip flops and floaty dresses. No over the top glitz here.
English Harbour boasts a rich colourful history as the former headquarters of the British Royal Navy’s Caribbean Fleet. Its centrepiece is historic Nelson’s Dockyard, named after Admiral Nelson who lived here from 1784 to 1787. It is the only original working Georgian dockyard in the world and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in July 2016.
The natural harbours at English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour and the pervasive trade winds have made them the sailing hub of the Caribbean with some of the world’s most prestigious regattas taking place including-
Antigua Charter Yacht Show in early December
Superyacht Challenge late January / early February
RORC Caribbean 600 in February
Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta in April
Antigua Sailing Week late April to early May
The Talisker Atlantic Challenge finishes in January/February in Nelsons Dockyard.
Walks from Windward Landing to English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour provide breathtaking views of Montserrat, Redonda, the Pillars of Hercules and historic naval forts including One Gun Battery, Fort Cuyler and Middle Ground.
Sailing lessons, horse riding and paddle board hire can be found at Antigua Yacht Club in Falmouth Harbour.
Yoga, meditation and various exercise classes can be found in English Harbour.
This house is truly something special. Located at the peak of Reeds Point on the South West coast, it boasts some of the most incredible views in Antigua. With sensational white sandy beaches right on your doorstep, and so much to explore nearby, you’ll be spoilt for choice staying here, as it really has something for everyone.
Inside, the beautifully luxe interiors have been impeccably thought out. Soft, natural tones are punctuated with subtle yet bold colours and fabrics. Each bedroom has its own character and style, yet all is, of course, of the highest standard.
Outside, the shaded dining terrace perfectly frames those incredible views, and if that’s not enough then why not admire the views from the infinity-edge swimming pool, perfect for a scenic dip before breakfast.
This would be the perfect spot to soak up that all-important winter sunshine.