I went to the Inn specifically for the garden tour advertised in a local guidebook; I did not stay at the hotel, so have no knowledge of the rooms and dinner. However, I did eat at the beach restaurant - rather pricey - and the pool nearby looked wonderfully inviting.
The tour was led by Kente, showing and explaining what is growing in this organic gardening venture of his. He said this organic produce is also used in the preparation of meals at the Inn.
There were lots of varieties to see, lots of information, and he and his helpers gave the group samples to taste, smell. Most interesting! At the end, we were treated to coconut water and appetizers prepared with things from the garden. Delightful. Everyone was very pleasant.
The only negative is that The Inn does not allow children on the premises, which we didn't know.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set on a postcard-lovely bay on the island of Antigua, this split-level resort features a hilltop building overlooking English Harbour and the picturesque waters of the Caribbean Sea. The Hotel has its own white sandy beach, with a small but lovely private dock. Clear emerald blue waters are encompassed by the magnificently lush green landscape of the surrounding hills. This semi-enclosure induces a feeling of privacy and seclusion. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Inn At English Harbour Hotel English Harbour
- Hotel At English Harbour
- At English Harbour Hotel