Silk Cotton House Dickenson Bay Antigua

Silk Cotton House Dickenson Bay Antigua




Feb 2017

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Size : Sleeps up to 8 in 4 bedrooms (which have the benefit of air conditioning). 2 bathrooms of which 1 family and 1 ensuite
Furniture : King beds (1), double beds (3), sofa bed suitable for child. Dining seats for 10, lounge seats for 8
Outdoors : Sea view, private outdoor pool (unheated), balcony, terrace, gazebo with table and fixed seating for 8, and private garden
Utilities : Flat screen TV with surround sound, dishwasher, cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, kettle, toaster, iron, wi-fi
Other : Linen and towels provided
Access : Secure parking
Notes : No pets allowed. No smoking at the property
Included : Wi-fi, a welcome pack, gardener, pool maintenance, mid-week housekeeping service and the services of our villa manager


More about us

  1. .I and my Husband live in the UK but own this Holiday home in Antigua. We visit very regularly but would love to revisit New Zealand and in particular the South Island, the Nelson Area.

    We would also consider exchanges in America, our middle daughter lives there and various locations within Europe.

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Where is it?


The island of Antigua is one of the Leeward Islands located at the centre of the Caribbean having regular direct flights from London Gatwick with Virgin Atlantic and British Airways and a seasonal weekly flight with Thomas Cook from Manchester.
It is famed for its 365 stunning beaches and miles of unspoilt coastline which together with its comfortable climate offers an all year round holiday destination.
Whilst the friendly locals speak patois between themselves they are English speaking and have a laid-back attitude to life.
Cuisine varies from delicious local foods served in beach bars to international class restaurants. The choice is yours. Don't forget the world famous Chippy Antigua a top 10 'must' according to the guide books.
The island has a rich history which is reflected in its buildings. Visit the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda in St Johns, the restored Nelson's Dockyard National Park at English harbour, the fort at Shirley Heights with its spectacular views and the sugar plantation at Bettys Hope.

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