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Set on a postcard-lovely bay on the island of Antigua, this split-level resort features a hilltop building overlooking English Harbour and the picturesque waters of the Caribbean Sea. The Hotel has its own white sandy beach, with a small but lovely private dock. Clear emerald blue...
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We loved the Inn. it's very small (28 rooms), very exclusive and very expensive! Don't come expecting to see many people under the age of retirement. The clientele are mainly getting-on-a-bit couples from the English home counties and Gloucestershire enjoying one of at least three...More
We stayed a week but that was too short a time in this perfect boutique hotel. The Inn at English Harbour is a small resort is for adults only and provides a unique, calm and restful experience. The staff were cheerful, chatty and their standard...More
We last visited the Inn during May of 2016 and we had a wonderful holiday. It was so good we have been looking forward to our return visit with really high expectations! These were almost dashed on arrival when we were signed in by the...More
We were recommended this lovely hotel by two couples of friends who visit it regularly and we felt we had to find out ourselves. We were not disappointed.
Each afternoon between 16.00 & 18.00 there is a complementary tea, sandwiches and biscuits, which is divine...More
A real delight; this small hotel is on a lovely beach by English Harbour with a courtesy boat to take you to Nelson's Dockyard. If you want modern generic hotel rooms this is not for you. Instead you will find very comfortable rooms with character...More
Response from Susanna2013 | Property representative |
What it is important to know is that what could be sold are just the beach cottages that can only be rennovated because it's no longer possible to build on the beach in Antigua and those few cottages on the hill. It also... More
What it is important to know is that what could be sold are just the beach cottages that can only be rennovated because it's no longer possible to build on the beach in Antigua and those few cottages on the hill. It also seems that even Galleon Beach is part of the UNESCO and the guidelines for building inside an UNESCO site are very strict and no construction are going to be allowed during the winter season.Futhermore there are another thousand reasons to believe that it will be not an easy sale so I don't think you have to worry.