Apartment | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
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Luxury 3 Bedroom Apartment with views over the bay and just off the Beach. located at the new Nonsuch Bay Resort. Don't miss out! Book now for Christmas and New Year. ONE BEDROOM APARTMENTS ALSO NOW AVAILABLE!
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Pictured: 2010 completed luxury apartment in the recently established Nonsuchbay Resort available for rent throughout the year. The apartments have been constructed in traditional Colonial style providing three generous double bedrooms and bathrooms as well as air conditioning throughout.
luxury features include a fully equipped American style kitchen with extensive cooking facilities and breakfast bar, fiber optic broadband, Luxurious living room with Ipod dock, CD player and a wall mounted cable TV, large modern bathrooms (one with spa bath) and bedrooms with king Size beds. Each sea-view room leads onto a spacious wrap-around balcony enabling guests to enjoy the benefits of all year round high temperatures and cooling trade winds.
If you decide to take a day off from sailing, kite surfing or sea fishing expeditions, you can retreat to the loungers provided on the balcony in the apartment and perhaps take advantage of the resorts in-room massage service.
* The spacious apartment offers accomodation for upto 6 Adults in three bedrooms
* Ensuite bathrooms are provided in the two main rooms (one spa bathone standard) and a shower is located adjacent to the third bedroom
* The apartment is equipped with one King size bed, one four poster Double bed and two Single Beds
* There is airconditioning throughout the apartment as well as ceiling fans and vented doors
* The living room kitchen is open plan with capacity to use the provided dining table on the balcony or indoors
* Vast and wide wrap-around balcony including two sets of modern armchairs with tables and one set of loungers
* Close to the beach, jetty and clubhouse with views over the beach and the bay
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Boat available, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Telephone, Fax machine, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 En suites and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 7|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Further details indoors|
Further equipment is available at reception should you need it.
|Further details outdoors|
We have a boat available to charter if pre-arranged. please visit our website for terms and conditions of charter using the link at the bottom of this advert.
Welcome packs can be arranged through the resort prior to arrival
The resort has reception staff available to assist you and there is 24 hour security on site.
The Antigua region
Antigua and Barbuda have a pleasant climate throughout the year, with average temperatures in August maximum of 31°C and minimum of 26°C, while in January the average maximum is 28°C and the minimum 23°C.
The islands are quite dry for Caribbean standards and presents average annual rainfall of 1,150 mm, the rains fall during the months ranging from August to November, while the months between June and November are the period of hurricanes. The best period to visit the islands are the driest months between December and April.
Antigua is said to have 365 beaches, one for every day of the year. The beach that will be of most interest to you during your stay at Nonsuch Bay will inevitably be the neighbouring Half Moon bay pictured above). This stunning bay is a quick 10 minute drive from the resort. The pink sand stretches for almost a mile around the curved bay and it is reputably one of Antigua's finest beaches. The Atlantic surf is restrained by a coral reef which allows snorkeling close to the beach and beyond the reef windsurfers play in the rougher water.
Almost always quiet, you can find a peaceful spot away from the crowds with a cooling breeze. There are more sheltered beaches in Antigua; however, for the combination of tranquillity and the natural setting, it would be hard to beat Half Moon Bay. A visit to Half Moon bay is not complete without stopping for a drink or snack at Smiling Harry's Beach Bar where you will be able to take advantage of Harry's dish of the day in one of the Island's most laid back venues.
The conditions at Nonsuch Bay are outstanding for small boat sailing. The two square miles of enclosed waters are protected from the open sea by a barrier reef and the bay faces the consistent and warm trade winds. you can also take advantage of a great fishing bay.
Antigua's graceful and evocative historic district, is focused on the fifteen square miles of Nelson's Dockyard National Park. Developed as a base for the British Navy in the great age of sail, the harbour served as the headquarters of the fleet of the Leeward Islands during the turbulent years of the late 18th century. Although the dockyard was greatly expanded at that time by Horatio Nelson, it was gradually abandoned in the nineteenth century and was closed in 1889. Today Nelson's Dockyard has been completely restored, and it is now the only Georgian dockyard in the world.
Almost all of the park's other sites of interest overlook the harbour. The closest of these is Clarence House, a residence built for the future King William IV (1765-1837) when he served under Nelson as captain of the H.M.S. Pegasus. Further 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 Guadaloupe. On Sundays the vista is enhanced by barbeque and live music at the bar there (Steel Band music from 3-6 pm & reggae from 6-9). Shirley Heights can be reached via Lookout Trail, a nature walk that rises from the harbour through a forest of trees--descending the trail is not advisable after dark or barbecue revelry.
Along Lookout Trail and near Shirley Heights is Dow's Hill Interpretation Center, at which visitors can watch an impressive multimedia presentation of Antigua's history, from its initial settlement to independence. Observation decks at Dow's Hill provide another fine view of the harbour, as do the ruined fortifications of Fort Berkeley, located on the far side of the bay and reached by a walk around its perimeter. All of these points, as well as the park's convenient beaches, become especially popular spectator positions during Sailing Week.