Explore Nelson's Dockyard, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the only remaining working Georgian Dockyard. Hike on The Goat Trail, swim, kayak or paddleboard at Pigeon and Galleon Beaches, Join "Rum in the Ruins" for a sunset rum punch on Fridays for some fascinating local history, go horse riding at Springfield Stables, enjoy sailing lessons at The Sailing Academy, Charter a boat from Sunsail and sail round the island or visit Nobu Barbuda, go deep sea fishing, take a Pilates lesson at Energie gym. Visit Antilles Distillery in Falmouth Harbour for a tour and gin tasting. Do look at our "information book" tab for further details.
Swim with string rays at Sting Ray City, hire a car in English Harbour and explore the island, visiting some of the 365 beaches, brush up on your local history and see Betty's Hope Sugar Plantation, watch cricket at Sir Vivian Richard's Cricket Ground.
We can advise on a number of cooks and chefs who can cater for you at Bluff House. Personal trainers and Pilates instructors are also available.
Antigua and English Harbour in particular are favourites for travel journalists....have a look at these for inspiration....
A "must"! Famous Catherine's Cafe on Pigeon Beach is the ultimate beach restaurant - delicious food and wonderful people-watching!
Another favourite! Amazing French/creole cooking, huge cocktail menu (the best Espresso Martinis)and charming garden setting.
Located on the second floor of the Antigua Yacht Club Marina Building in English Harbour with stunning views over Falmouth Harbour.
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