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3 Bed, Beach Front, Infinity Pool, All-inclusive Resort, Exclusive Rental
Welcome to Sea Horse Villa, one of the most luxurious 3 bedroom beach front villa in the world. The villa comes with large private pool and is located in the very exclusive Jumby Bay Resort on Long Island Antigua. (Just 2 miles off the coast of Antigua)
Sea Horse Villa is the ultimate Caribbean retreat. Located in a 7 star all-inclusive resort - guest who stay here always come back!
Whether soaking up views of the Caribbean, relaxing with a book or celebrating with friends, the experience of staying here will last a lifetime.
This beautifully appointed 4,389-square-foot luxury villa rental features an abundance of living space and comes with the most plush furnishings including cathedral ceilings with classic Caribbean style furniture.
This beachfront villa has a gorgeous living area that opens right out to admire the sparkling azure ocean offering guest access to the terrace and private infinity edge pool. The terrace is furnished with sun loungers and sun umbrellas. The terrace is the ideal place to soak up then sun and then go for a swim to cool of ion the infinity pool or even a swim in the sea just a few steps from the villa.
The villa offers guests a fully equipped kitchen as well as both indoor and outdoor dining areas that seat up to eight guests. There are 3 restaurants to choose from at Jumby Bay each equally as good as each other. Each villa comes with it's own bicycle for touring the island.
This exquisite luxury villa is comprised of three bedrooms, two are laid out as luxury master suites, each with their own private terrace and a stunning sea view. The two suites either having a king-size four poster bed or two queen sized beds. The third upstairs bedroom also has two queen-size beds and a private balcony with sea view.
STAFF - Guest staying at Sea Horse Villa at Jumby Bay are personally cared for by your private staff. You will have you own personal maid and houseman.
Getting to Jumby Bay
Touching down in Antigua, guests are whisked away on a short private cruise to Long Island, home of the tropical haven of Jumby Bay, where sun-kissed days are enjoyed basking on one of the world's finest beaches. This corner of the Caribbean, where pure white sands embrace crystal clear waters, is also home to rare Spanish sheep, beautiful birds such as the white egret and blue pelican, nurse sharks, eagle rays and brilliant reef fish.
Jumby Bay provides transfers between the mainland airport and the resort. Upon arrival, a chauffeured private town car conveys guests on a three-minute drive to the resort's dock where they receive a warm Jumby Bay welcome from a resort representative. From this point guests needn't lift a finger - their baggage will be waiting for them in their guest room, suite, villa or estate home. With cool scented towels proffered by staff, guests can take a moment to refresh themselves after their journey and begin to unwind. Two experienced crew members will assist guests onto the resort's private catamaran for a seven-minute ride over to Jumby Bay through clear Caribbean waters.
Nightly Room Rates are quoted in U.S. dollars, with maximum double occupancy per bedroom. Rates are inclusive of gourmet breakfast, lunch and dinner in resort restaurants; beverages, cocktails and house wine by the glass, afternoon tea daily, non motorized water sports, use of three tennis courts, two resort pools, fitness center, putting green, croquet field and daily children’s program.
12.5% Government Tax and 10% Service Charge Additional.
About Jumby Bay
Jumby Bay is one of the most exclusive private island resorts in the Caribbean. Set on 300-acres, Jumby Bay is nestled two miles off the coast of Antigua in Long Island.
The exclusive resort is a naturalist's haven noted for its lush landscape, stately palm trees and three superb, white sand beaches. A secluded hideaway accessible only by boat, the luxury resort is known worldwide for providing discerning travellers with world-class service and distinguished amenities.
Jumby Bay has some of the nicest beaches in the Caribbean and offers a wonderful selection of restaurants.
Jumby Bay has one of the most wonderful climates in the Caribbean. Little rainfall and warm tropical breezes and trade winds and an average temperate of about 81°F makes Jumby Bay a true paradise.
Restaurants at Jumby Bay
Verandah Restaurant & Bar The Verandah Restaurant offers toes-in-the-sand elegance with a taste of light European food reminiscent of coastal France. The dining area is located next to the ocean offering cool breeze and stunning sea views for diners. The Verandah restaurant ensures that they use local produce local to the beautiful island when preparing their dishes. Highlights include freshly caught seafood, hearth baked specialties, grilled lobsters, select prime and aged steaks, rotisserie chicken and spectacularly light desserts featuring local fruits. With an emphasis on seafood and steaks, market fresh ingredients approached with simplicity are at the heart the cuisine at the open-air Verandah Restaurant. Stylish without being pretentious, this is the sun-filled setting for daily breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Kitchen at Verandah Restaurant & Bar provides a unique experience for up to eight guests, for private dining at a secluded Chef's Table.
The Pool Grille A brasserie offering guest stunning views of the infinity pool and Caribbean Sea, The Pool Grille offers an atmosphere equalled only by its delectable breakfast and menus. Each morning, continental breakfast is served al fresco on the terrace. At lunch, a menu of casual favourites from salads to hamburgers to grilled seafood is accompanied by creative cocktails. By night, savor a variety of inspired choices presented family-style in a decidedly relaxed but stylish atmosphere (evening dining seasonal).
The Estate House The Estate House offers Mediterranean fine dining located right at the edge of the sea, the Estate House, built circa-1830, was the centrepiece of the island sugar plantation. A classic colonial structure, the white, two-story façade features twin exterior stone staircases lined with wood balustrades topped with carved pineapple finials and has become Jumby Bay's evening playground.
Jumby Bay Wildlife
Nature abounds on Jumby Bay Island. During your stay with us, you may observe a variety of bird life, including our mascot, the White Egret, the playful Bananaquit and nature's marvel, the Blue Pelican.
Pasture Bay Beach is one of the world's principal nesting sites for the endangered Hawksbill Sea Turtle (July through November). Jumby Bay homeowners have set aside prime beachfront to ensure the continued protection of the nesting site for the turtle whose ancestors have inhabited the area's waters since the Age of Dinosaurs.
During November, the harmless Nurse Shark uses the shallow waters off Pasture Bay Beach as a mating ground, coming into shore just shy of the beach following age-old instincts. This, combined with the presence of Eagle Rays, schooling fish and an abundance of reef fish make the waters surrounding Jumby Bay a haven for snorkelers.
History of Jumby Bay
The earliest inhabitants of Jumby Bay Island were South American Indians, beginning with the Siboney who arrived here about 1775 BC. Most came to the island to mine flint, which was exported to other islands. Around 50 AD, the Arawaks arrived to Jumby Bay but were in turn displaced by the Caribs, an Indian tribe that continued to raid the island until 1674, at which time English settlers had replaced the Spaniards who colonized the island in the 1500s.
The first European to discover the island was Christopher Columbus, an Italian sailing under Spanish colors in 1493. King Charles I granted Jumby Bay Island to Earl of Carlisle, the first recorded owner in 1627. In 1835 a Mr. Jarvis (owner of Jumby Bay at that time) rented the island to emancipated slaves who grew provisions to sell on Antigua. In 1935 an heir to the property used Jumby Bay to raise sheep. These sheep were descendants from those brought to the island by Spanish settlers who lived on the island in the 16th Century. The wild sheep seen roaming on Jumby Bay today are descendants of those sheep.
Jumby Bay was uninhabited for more than four decades before work began in the 1980s. In 1983 Jumby Bay opened as a private resort.
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