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The villa is a separate portion of a large twin house and consists of 3 bedrooms (ideal for 4 -5 persons), living-dining room, nice fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator with freezer, glass ceramic, oven, microwave, etc, entrance hall, patio about 150 m2, large swimming pool 9 x 4.5 metres which is shared with the 2nd house. Garage and parking.
All rooms have a ceiling fan with remote control.
The house has cable TV, internet, 220 and 120 volts.
A beautiful garden with many fruit crops such as bananas, mangoes, papayas etc. belongs to the house
which you can feel free to pluck.
The house is located in a beautiful hillside location with stunning view over the harbour entrance of Jolly Harbour Marina, across Jolly Harbour and the sea with the island of Montserrat in the background. Jolly Harbour with shopping centre, golf course, tennis, various restaurants and shops
and the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean are just few minutes away. A weekly cleaning by our maid, pool service 2 times a week and garden maintenance are also inclusive.
If you want a daily maid service, we would gladly arrange for it.
The villa is 800 metres outside of Jolly Harbour in beautiful, peaceful hillside location, benefits from all the facilities in Jolly Harbour: an 18-hole golf course, Olympic swimming pool, Yacht Club & Marina, casino, squash courts, tennis courts, large supermarket with an extensive range of offers, bars and restaurants; Golf carts & cars can be rented.
Antigua is the closest of the major Caribbean Islands with a flight time of under 8 hours. It's small size of only about 100 square miles with a population of 85000 means it is easy to get round, plus it has one of the most envied climates in the West Indies, lying where the Caribbean sea meets the Atlantic. Its proximity to the equator means that there are no distinct weather seasons and is regarded as the driest of the Caribbean Islands with little difference in temperature each year. The normal daily temperature is about 27'C (80'f) with a variation of just a few degrees either side during the year. Winter is regarded as December - March, but most of the rain falls August - November. The hurricane season is technically July - November, but being so far south of the hurricane belt, means that it is almost 20 years since the Island was last devastated by 'Louis'. Antigua is one of the Leeward Islands, so benefits from cooling trade winds which makes the tropical climate very acceptable. These winds also make it a great location for sailing and water sports, additionally the crystal clear waters are great for diving and snorkeling.