Piccadilly, Antigua - 4 bedroom villa
Amazing holiday home in Antigua immersed in a lush tropical garden with large swimming pool and pool deck, .
The villa is located in Piccadilly, a tranquil location on the south-east of the island of Antigua, at about five minutes driving from English Harbour. The villa is surrounded by a lavish tropical garden, filled with fruits trees such as Guava, Mango, Avocado, Orange, Papaya, Coconut and colorful flowers. The villa offers an intimate, secluded and relaxing atmosphere.
The villa includes: four bedrooms, three bathrooms, living room, external dining area, kitchen, outdoor lounge areas, deck area, pool, lounge chairs and BBQ.
- Location: Piccadilly
- Pool: yes
- The bedrooms of this Caribbean style holiday home are simply, yet comfortable. Three bedrooms are located within the main villa; the fourth bedroom is located on the lower level, with independent entrance.
Bedroom 1 – Queen bed, wardrobe, A/C, ceiling fan - The bedroom share a family bathroom with Guest Bedroom 2
Bedroom 2 –Two single Beds, wardrobe, A/C, ceiling fan - The bedroom share a family bathroom with Guest Bedroom 1
Bedroom 3 – Queen Bed, wardrobe, A/C, ceiling fan, private bathroom with shower
Bedroom 4 – Garden apartment – Queen bed, wardrobe, living, private bathroom with shower, A/C, ceiling fan, outdoor kitchen and living area - The apartment has an open-air kitchen and lovely veranda.
Loft - This lovely home has a higher floor that includes 4 single beds in one room, with A/C.
- Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen
- The living room houses a comfortable sofa set, coffee table, computer desk, stereo, DVDs player and television. The kitchen is fully equipped with functional appliances such as stove, refrigerator, oven, microwave, and other small appliances and the dining area is placed on the veranda that borders half of the property. Here lounge areas decorated with sofa set, coffee table and armchairs are the perfect spot to relax immersed in the nature.
- External Dining Room, Pool & Pool Deck, Lounge Areas
- The fabulous, oversize swimming pool is set in the centre of a wooden deck floor and is surrounded by sun beds for sunbathing, dining table with parasol and barbecue. The pool is also surrounded by the garden.
- Four bedrooms and loft – Max 8-12 Guests
Housekeeper service – Three times per week / Small Laundry service (dry cleaning not available) / Ground keeper and pool maintenance
Living room with television
Swimming Pool, Outdoor dining area
All utilities, local telephone calls, Wi-Fi Internet
Laundry room with washer
Villa information may change without notice and should be confirmed with our villa rental specialists.
- Nearest Beaches:
The closest beaches to the villa are Rendezvous Beach, Pigeon Beach and Galleon Beach which are all within ten-twenty minute drive from the villa. Rendezvous is considered one of the most beautiful, unspoiled beaches on island. As the road that leads to it is undeveloped, it is often deserted and a 4x4 vehicle is necessary to go there. Pigeon beach is a nice beach, crowded during the high season and the Sailing Events. It houses a nice beach restaurant, and children toys and wooden beach umbrellas are available on the beach. Galleon Beach is also an amazing calm beach located at Freeman's Bay, at the heart of the National Park. It is a good spot to snorkel since there is a reef of 75ft. A short hike to the left of the bay will take you to the Pillars of Hercules, a natural geological rock formations carved by wind, rain and the sea. On the beach, a characteristic restaurant serves delicious meals.
- More general area info on nearby sights, restaurants, nightlife, etc. below.
Weekly rates 3 bedr. 4 bedr. May 21 - August 31: $ 3,300 $ 3,850 November 1 - May 20: $ 5,500 $ 6,050 Peak Season*: $ 8,925 $ 8,925 *Peak Season: Christmas, New Year, Sailing Week Four bedroom rate is with apartment Sailing Events: Charter Boat Show - 3-11 December 2017 Rorc 600 - 17-25 February 2018 Classic Week 17-27 April 2018 Sailing Week - 28Th April To 6Th May 2018Villa Location:
- About English Harbour
- English Harbour, a natural harbour and historical settlement on the southern tip of the island of Antigua, is a major boating centre, especially adapted to yachting. There are two sheltered deep-water harbours nearby: English Harbour itself and Falmouth Harbour. English Harbour is best known for Nelson’s Dockyard, a UNESCO World Heritage site, where Admiral Horatio Nelson found natural protection for his fleet. This former British Navy base is now considered to be the only working Georgian dockyard in the world. English Harbour is a major sailing hub of the Caribbean, with many world-renowned regattas taking place here every year. The most active period for the Harbour is November to May annually when those with a passion for yachting or sailing have the chance to participate in any one of the island’s events, including the following:
• Antigua Charter Yacht Show: early December
• Superyacht Challenge: late January /early February
• R.O.R.C. 600 Caribbean: mid February
• Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta: April
• Antigua Sailing Week: late April/early May.
- Nearest Restaurants and Night LIfe
- When the sun has set and the stars begin to shine, the curtain can rise on the evening’s entertainment, especially during the winter months when the island is at its busiest.
Above the harbour, at Shirley Heights, are the partially restored fortifications of the harbour's colonial observation post. The view from Shirley Heights extends out over the harbour and far across the Caribbean to Montserrat and Guadeloupe. Everyone heads here on Sundays. The party begins as the sun sets and the steel band sound fills the air, followed by the exciting energy of reggae and soca live music. Barbequed food is available to soak up some of those rum punches. The steel band also plays on Thursday nights from 4pm. Shirley Heights can be reached via Lookout Trail, a nature walk that departs from Galleon Beach through a forest of trees. Descending the trail is not advisable after dark or barbecue revelry.
Catherine’s Café, located on Pigeon Beach (one of the most fabulous beaches in Antigua) has always been a favourite lunch destination for ‘those in the know’ looking to enjoy great French cuisine and fine wines in good company. Catherine’s is also open Wednesday and Friday evenings.
Pillars, one of The Admiral’s Inn restaurants, is located in the history-seeped Nelson’s Dockyard. The waterfront setting is traditional and has a view of the Powder Magazine and Pillars’ sister restaurant Boom, easily accessed by boat service between the two. Both restaurants offer laid-back quality lunch and dinner fares.
Cloggy’ s, located upstairs at the Marina, has a great yacht club atmosphere and a great view of the sailing and motor yachts anchored in the Marina. Generous portions, dieters beware. The bar scene is very lively.
Abracadabra, in English Harbour, transforms from an elegant Italian restaurant in the early evening to a pulsating outdoor nightclub later on. A variety of DJs lead the crowd to dance under the stars. This is a busy bar during the winter with fair priced drinks and friendly staff. Occasional live performances by worldwide known artists are the cherry on the cake.
South Point, located in Falmouth Harbour, takes its inspiration from Asian, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. South Point’s restaurant offers an eclectic mix of authentic flavours. In keeping with its cosmopolitan character, the South Point dining experience is the perfect combination of international taste and local flavour. There is also a sushi bar.
Sun Ra, as seen from the road side, is an unassuming Caribbean wooden house set in a pretty garden lit up by dancing lights in the trees. Once you head through the wooden gate, and as you round the corner onto the gallery your senses are sent into overload: aromas of fresh cooked food from the kitchen, the warm and calming effect created by the lighting and the stunning views of the harbour on which the restaurant is located.
Rum Baba is a busy Mediterranean Bistro situated in a prime position on the main road through English Harbour and directly opposite Falmouth Harbour Marina with all of its superyachts. This place run by an Italian woman, and a French chef serves lunch and dinner in a pretty, relaxed atmosphere.
Famous Mauro is located just past Cobb’s Cross junction. Mauro is a skilful Sardinian pizzaiolo. His restaurant has a simple open-air terrace; the pizzas are perfectly cooked in a wood oven, and the atmosphere is relaxed.
- About English Harbour