St James Club Resort
Villa | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
Villa 459 is a privately owned rental villa located in the exclusive ST JAMES CLUB AS FEATURED ON UK X FACTOR 2013 on the Caribbean island of Antigua. The villa has been refurbished this year, and provides accommodation for 4 people in two bedrooms. St James Club Resort is located approximately 25 minutes from Antigua's airport.
All guests have access to the St James Club two private beaches. One is located on the Atlantic side, the second in a private sheltered bay. Alternate days maid service included in price and we will arrange a pick up form the airport.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Two private beaches in St James Club 80 m|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: 30 minutes from Antigua's airport.|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Telephone, Pool or snooker table, Table tennis, Games room, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, Climbing frame|
|Further details indoors|
Antigua Villa 459 has the following features:
One large bedroom – with double king size bed
One large bedroom - with twin beds
One large bathroom
Luxury fitted shower room en-suite
Fully equipped kitchen
Large lounge diner – with range of sofas, chairs, dining room and table
Two plasma screen televisions
One standard television
ipod sound system
Large fully equipped sun deck
Ground floor patio
Fully air conditioned
|Further details outdoors|
Four restaurants & five bars
Five swimming pools (including family and adult-only pools)
Tennis complex & pro shop
Air-conditioned fitness centre
Newly refurbished beauty Salon & Spa
free wifi in lobby
Teen table tennis and pool centre
Daily activities eg fitness classes
Children's Club for 2 to 12 year olds
Guest Services, tour desk & car hire
Movie night every night
On-site small deli
fishing trips bookable
learn to sail
Whether you wish to relax or engage in a more active stay, St James' Club Resort caters for all.
To help you relax, you'll find two white sand beaches to choose between, as well as four swimming pools, including a designated family pool and an adult-only 'tranquility' pool.
If reading a book under the shade of a palm tree sounds all too stressful then why not treat yourself to a health and beauty spa treatment.
The long list of complimentary non-motorized water sports includes snorkelling, windsurfing and kayaking, with instruction readily provided.
At additional cost, scuba-diving is available from the on-site PADI dive centre, over 20 dive sites to be found within a 25-minute boat ride. For those who want to try their hand at deep-sea fishing, the 'Susie Q' is right on hand, fishing expeditions yielding anything from mahi mahi to the occasional marlin.
On land, there are four tennis courts (lit for night play), with instruction readily available from the pro. The 'Body Shop' gym is perfect for those who want to maintain their fitness regimes, whilst the daily activities program includes anything from aquacise classes to adventure walks.
Even golfers can indulge their passion. Play is available on two 18-hole courses (Jolly Harbour Golf Club & Cedar Valley Golf Club), both about 35-minutes' drive away.
US dollars and/or Eastern Caribbean dollars are legal tender on the island.
Keep in touch
GSM service is available on many parts of the island, so please feel free to stay in touch with your GSM tri-band cell phone.
The Antigua region
Relax and unwind, Antigua is the ideal destination for chilling out, exploring the many beaches and taking in the wonderful world below sea level. The largest English speaking Island in the Eastern Caribbean, it’s just 108 square miles with an expansive, winding coastline packed with secluded, white sand beaches. Antigua also has the added bonus of neighbouring Barbuda, a 68 square mile, flat, coral, single-village island just 30 miles to the north.
Antigua’s temperatures range from 76 degrees Fahrenheit around January and February to 86 degrees Fahrenheit in August and September. Heaviest rainfall is during the hotter months, but the cool winds and low humidity make the year-round climate comfortable.
365 beaches, one for every day of the year, there’s plenty of sun, sea and sand on Antigua. The busy resort beaches are located on the island’s developed north western coast, with Dickenson Bay and Runaway Bay falling into this category. Beaches on the south and south west coast are less developed with the quietest Rendezvous Bay and Doigs Beach requiring some rough travel, but worth the effort. Other beaches in the area include Fryes Bay, Darkwood Beach and those around Johnson’s Point. Families should enjoy the south east coast, with Half Moon Bay, now a National Park, and Long Bay, protected by its reef, both providing ideal outings. Beaches on Barbuda are peaceful and breathtaking with long pink and white shimmering sand on the south western shore stretching out unbroken as far as 10 miles. Beaches are rougher along the Atlantic-facing eastern shore, but worth exploring for some interesting finds.
Antigua offers plenty to see and do, with diving being towards the top of the list. The coral reefs that once spelt the end for marauding enemy ships now provide a double bonus for divers with a home for marine life and great shipwrecks to explore! The island’s trade winds have made sailing a central part of Antigua’s culture for many years. Boats of all types can be hired on this island and it’s worth a look round Nelson’s Dockyard, which provides a base for every kind of vessel. There’s the chance to explore with hiking and eco tours, and bird watching is particularly rewarding with the two islands’ multitude of species. The Frigate Bird Sanctuary on Barbuda is the largest of its kind in the Caribbean. Golfing, fishing, windsurfing and swimming with dolphins or rays are just some of the other activities available.
The island has its own packed calendar of events. Highlights include the world famous Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta and Antigua Sailing Week, both in April. From the end of July to the beginning of August, the annual carnival takes over the island in a 10-day festival of costumes, competitions, cultural shows and concerts. The celebration brings wonderful sights, sounds and colours, everyone is welcome to join in the fun.
Antigua has a good mix of shops and boutiques to explore, packed with everything from clothing to hand made gifts. The island’s folk pottery dates back to the 18th century, and Sea View Farm Village, the centre of the industry, is worth a look.
There’s plenty to see and do on the island at night time, starting with a large variety of restaurants to choose from, along with plenty of clubs and bars to keep even the most dedicated of partygoers happy and fulfilled until the early hours.
English Harbour Town
St. James's Club is located on private 100-acre estate - gated community - with breathtaking Atlantic ocean views and two white sand beaches. English Harbour, Nelson's Dockyard and Shirley Heights are just a few minutes drive away. The tour desk located in the reception areas can arrange these trips for you, these are all payable locally.
A club-like ambience prevails throughout, with visiting yachts from around the Caribbean adding a touch of elegance. At its heart lie the guest rooms, restaurants and recreational opportunities of The Club, whilst The Village is an adjacent sanctuary of residential-style villas tumbling down a gentle hillside towards the bay.
By day there are two beaches, four swimming pools and a kids club, as well as a variety of on-site activities to keep all age groups entertained. After dark, there is a choice of four restaurants set either in the gardens, on the hillside or right down by the waters edge; the cocktail bars and live music.
GSM service is available on St James' Club Resort, so please feel free to stay in touch with use of a GSM tri-band cell phone.
Couples, families and singles are all welcome.
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9 Nov 2012
"Felt like we were on a cruise!"
St. James Club is a beautiful resort. We rented a vacation rental villa through Vacation Rentals By Owners (VRBO) and rented a villa from an owner in London, UK. The resort is an all inclusive and y… More
12 Jan 2012
"Beautiful resort, amazing staff, beach and bay not ideal for us"
My husband & I chose this resort off the internet for our honeymoon stay. The resort itself, the grounds, restaurants, rooms and staff are all beautiful. You will not be dissappointed in the least. … More
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