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From the moment we arrived we werre impressed. We were welcomed to the hotel with a glass of fruit punch before being driven down to our beach cabana, just a few yards from the sea. Each morning the staff provided us with covers for the...More
We arrived here for our honeymoon. We had booked into a beach cabana but were offered a junior suite as part of a honeymoon offer. On seeing both room we chose to stay in the beach cabana which was directly on the beach and about...More
The inn is in a great location in English harbour. It is very secluded to the extend that many times we had the swimming pool to ourselves. However it is still very easy to get transport to Falmouth harbour and Nelsons dockyard.
The food in...More
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Response from EnglishHarbour, General Manager at The Inn at English HarbourResponded 29 July 2015
Thank you for your comments with us.
We appreciate that you took the time to share your experience. We are glad that you had a chance to experience our unique resort and sample our fine cuisine.
Luxury is in the eyes of the...More
With a beach cabana just feet from the lapping Caribbean Sea (twenty paces actually, I counted), served by the luxury, formal Verandah Restaurant and Bar located a couple of hundred feet up on the cliff above, The Inn at English Harbour held immense promise to...More
Just back from 10 days in this lovely hotel in an excellent location. Staff are all excellent - Christina will sort your trips, Captain Vere will take you to Nelson's Dockyard, Angela will provide fresh fruit skewers and the rest of the staff will see...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.