Price per week £25000—£30000
Sleeps 14
Living Space

7 Double Bedrooms

Main House
Top level:

Master double bedroom with en suite bathroom and walk-in closet
Twin bedroom with en suite shower room and walk-in closet
Open plan living room
Open kitchen and dining area with pantry
Separate shower, loo and cloak room
Lower level
Twin bedroom with en suite shower room and walk-in closet
TV room/study with en suite shower room

Cottage 1:
2 twin bedrooms
2 shower rooms

Cottage 2:
2 twin bedrooms
2 shower rooms

Twin beds can be pushed together to make a double but are not linked.

*Please note this house is not suitable for young children.*

Amenities

Infinity swimming pool (18m)
Terraced gardens
Outdoor terraces
Outdoor shower area
BBQ area
Garage
Generous sun shades and loungers
Steps and path to the beach
Tropical gardens with fruit trees
Gas BBQ
Table tennis table
Tennis Court on Windward Estate
Silent air-conditioning system
Ceiling fans throughout
TV in Study
Wi-Fi
Mosquito screens and traps
Power 220V and 110V

Domestic Services

Maid service every week day
Gardener
Pool maintenance

It is possible to arrange a cook but please give plenty of notice- payable extra

Location

Situated in the South of Antigua, between English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour

The house has direct sea access – Windward Bay beach is 50 steps down through the garden. The beach is stunning and very quiet, rugged and wild. Lying under the water is a magnificent coral reef – fantastic for diving but for swimming you would need to go a little further along the beach.

One of the finest beaches on Antigua, Pigeon Beach, is 8 minutes on foot or 2 minutes by car.

Falmouth and English Harbour are 5 minutes away by car.

Transport

Fly to Antigua Airport – a direct 8hr flight from London

Car hire recommended, we can advise.

Local Information

The Caribbean needs no introductions, its crystal waters and fine, white sandy beaches are infamous- 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.

Within a few minutes drive of the house are a plethora of restaurants including the renowned Catherine’s Café.

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.

Our View

Designed by Ruggero Venelli of Venelli Kramer Architects and completed in 2018, this is a a truly special house. A series of open-plan living areas with wide shuttered doorways and interspersed with beautiful palms are connected by a magnificent wrap-around decking facing towards the ocean.

Two cottages separate from the main house allow privacy and seclusion and are perfect for a couple of families wanting to holiday together.

Inside, the house is a treasure trove of beautiful objects. The owner is an antiques collector with a fabulous eye for colour and textiles. A soft, neutral colour palette is dotted with quality linens, carefully chosen art work and warm timber flooring.

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