The Inn at English Harbour is ideally located between undulating slopes along the English Harbour coastline, which extends along the south western coastal tip of Antigua. It's positioned on both a beautiful wooded headland, which stands guard to the entrance of historic English Harbour and on Freeman's Bay, a fine white sandy beach, considered one of Antigua's most picturesque locations.
The hotel offers a sense of privacy and seclusion and has its own white sandy beach, including its own private jetty. The 28 rooms that comprise of deluxe suites, beach cabanas and junior suites are among some of the best in the Caribbean. The traditional Stone Bar and Terrace Restaurant in the original house provide a wonderful setting for a special "al fresco" candlelit dinner beneath the stars. The Inn boasts excellent cuisine and a comprehensive wine-cellar, with a reputation as one of the finest restaurants in Antigua. You may also choose The Reef Bar & Restaurant by the small pier, where drinks and lunch are served in a casual friendly style.
Why We Like It
The Inn at English Harbour has a lovely atmosphere and there is no question you feel looked after. Penhaligon’s amenities in the bathrooms and afternoon tea are throwbacks to traditional English ways. There is no need to interrupt watching the array of boats bobbing on the turquoise waters just a few steps away, as the chilled drinks, fresh fruit and clean towels are brought to your lounger, pool or beach-side, as required.
A stay at The Inn at English Harbour gives guests a wide range of activities including golf, tennis and yachting. There is scuba diving, kayaking and snorkelling as well as water-skiing and deep-sea fishing. However, it’s hard to tear yourself away from the beautiful golden sand beach complete with sun loungers and umbrellas.
- Tennis courts
- Golf course
- Boat service to Nelson’s Dockyard
- Golf carts
Set in 19 acres of national park on the southern tip of Antigua, The Inn at English Harbour is located 35 minutes from the airport and about 40 minutes from the capital St Johns. A frequent speedboat service takes five minutes to Nelson’s Dockyard.