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Luxury rentals in Antigua

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Serviced apartment in Antigua
Ocean Azul
Contemporary hillside villa near beaches and reefs
$920 per night
Villa in Deep Bay
Villa Sugar Mill
$2,858 per night
Villa in Jumby Bay Island
La Casa
Mediterranean-style villa on Pasture Bay Beach
$19,500 per night

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Villa in Saint John's
Cove Penthouse
$1,537 per night
Villa in Saint John's
Turtle Cottage
$2,632 per night
Villa in Long Island
Morning Glory
$24,000 per night
Villa in Jumby Bay Island
East Wind
$18,500 per night
Villa in Saint George
Pure Turquoise
$27,000 per night
Villa in Jumby Bay Island
$21,000 per night
Villa in Jumby Bay Island
$19,000 per night
Villa in Jumby Bay Island
$9,250 per night
Villa in Jolly Harbour
Villa Papillon
$8,143 per night
Villa in Jumby Bay Island
Lazy Lizard
$21,000 per night
Villa in Long Island
Sea Breeze
$11,900 per night
Villa in Long Island
$6,900 per night

All about Antigua

Planning an Antigua vacation? We’re here to help!

With white sands, turquoise waters and lush greenery, Antigua is every bit the archetypal Caribbean paradise. Yet while it would be easy – and very enjoyable – to while away a week or two relaxing on one of the island’s many beaches, there is much more to Antigua than sun, sea, and sand. For one, there’s the island’s rich history. As a former British settlement, Antigua is peppered with vestiges of its colonial past, including the fascinating Nelson’s Dockyard. These days, Antigua is a hub of Caribbean culture, and its candy-colored towns and villages are filled with friendly islanders and lively local businesses.

Antigua’s VC Bird International Airport is located around 5 miles from the city of St. John’s and is serviced by direct flights from across Europe and the United States. The best time to visit the island is in winter, between mid-December and mid-April, when the daytime temperatures average 80 ° F. Avoid traveling to Antigua between August and October, when humidity is high and hurricanes are a very real possibility.


Take a day trip to Barbuda

Antigua’s sister island Barbuda lies about 30 miles to the north, and while it is not significantly smaller, it is home to just a fraction of the population, with approximately 1,500 people living on Barbuda compared to over 80,000 on Antigua. As a result, the island feels much more rustic. Outside of Codrington, the island’s only town, the main attractions on Barbuda are the magnificent sandy beaches and a large lagoon. Nature-lovers, in particular, should be sure to visit the lagoon, which is a nesting ground for the unusual frigatebirds. The male birds have large scarlet gullets which they can puff up as large as a soccer ball to attract mates. Barbuda can be reached in around 90 minutes on the Barbuda Express catamaran service, making it the perfect destination for a day trip.

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Explore the island’s capital

It might be a little less picturesque than some of the island's smaller towns but Antigua’s capital St. John’s more than makes up for that with its fascinating culture. Visitors looking for a taste of the real Antigua are spoilt for choice with its restaurants and bars, many with live bands playing the island's typical music. St. John’s is also interesting from a historical perspective: the colonial architecture throughout the city is a testament to the town's complex past as a center of the slave trade, including the famous cathedral of St. John the Divine, which was rebuilt twice following earthquakes. For more insight into Caribbean's history of slavery, be sure to visit the city’s Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, where the topic is explored with great sensitivity.

Experience the luxury of our Antigua villa rentals

For a memorable trip to the island, book your stay in one of our luxurious Antigua villa rentals.

Jumby Bay villas for rent

Nestled on the 300-acre Long Island, which is situated two miles off the coast of Antigua, the exclusive resort of Jumby Bay is a private haven filled with lush greenery, shady palm trees, and white sandy beaches. As one of the most desirable luxury retreats in the Caribbean, your stay on the island is guaranteed to be special. So what are you waiting for? Check out our selection ofJumby Bay villas to rent now.

Antigua beach house rentals

What could be better than falling asleep and waking up to the sound of the Caribbean Sea gently lapping the shoreline? If this is your idea of paradise then take a look at ourAntigua beach house rentals . For those traveling as part of a larger group, the expansive Ty Molineux has space for up to 16 guests, as well as a huge terrace with an infinity pool and colorful island-style interiors. Meanwhile, families and smaller groups will feel right at home at villas such as Bougainvillea and Frangipani, which boast elegant, traditional decor and all of the amenities you would expect from a luxury vacation rental.

Private Jolly Harbour Villas

Located just steps from the sandy shores and boasting non-stop ocean views, our vacation homes in Jolly Harbour will immerse you in tropical luxury. Stay close to the famed Ffryes beach at our Tamarind Hills properties, each with their own swimming pool. And if you’re traveling with golfers, you’ll be pleased to know that the Jolly Harbour Golf Club is less than a 10-minute drive away.

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