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The Inn at English Harbour
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Reviewed 25 March 2014

We were SO pleased with our decision to stayat this lovely luxury boutique hotel to celebrate our honeymoon. It was exactly what we were looking for. Our colonial style suite was beautiful with dark hard wood floors, white plantation shutters, ice cold A/C, and the MOST comfortable bed and pillows -with mosquito net and all. We had the pleasure of being in Suite #31 which had a gorgeous view of the infinity pool and garden.
The reason we selected The Inn was that it was an adults only property. The beach and pool were beautiful and quiet - this was the erfect place to unplug and disconnect. (exactly what we needed after planning a wedding for over a year). I loved that there were hammocks on the beach! The staff was very friendly and accomodating - everyone went above and beyond. The complementary boat ride until 5pm daily to Nelson's dockyard was a nice touch and an easy commute. We did take a 5 min cab ride to Hamilton's... we went there twice it was so good! The grilled lobster was delicious! Christina the conceirge is very helpful and always available should you have question on where to go and what to do. The only recommendation I have for themto improve on is to add some fresh herbs/seasoning to the food as it was very bland in our opinion. (We live near Miami) so are used to cuisine with lots of flavor! We created beautiful honeymoon memories at this elegant four star hotel and cannot wait to go back in the near future!

Room Tip: We stayed upstairs in Suite #31 which had a lovely view of infinity pool.
  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank Jodi M
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Reviewed 25 March 2014

Have just returned from a week staying at the Inn & have to say it was really brilliant. Staff are lovely. We stayed both in one of the suites and also a couple of nights in a beach Cabana so got to see both sides. Suites are of course much larger & better fitted out but we also enjoyed being right on the beach & would happily go back to both. Only criticism of the beach Cabana was that there was a very low flow of cold water to the sink but the shower was fine. Beds were really comfortable. We found the food very good although some people may say it was a bit lacking in choice as there were generally only 3 different main courses each night plus a further 3 that were on all the time. The beach is lovely & actually quite quiet esp when compared to some of the other beaches in Antiqua. If you are looking for a hectic night life then this isn't the place for you but if you want peace & quiet and a relaxing time then do pay it a visit. All in all a very restful & enjoyable break.

  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank David C
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Reviewed 22 March 2014

Lovely and quiet hotel, great beach and pool. Wonderful location on a small cove - no jet skis! Room 30 nice layout large balcony very clean. Breakfast was included good buffet and cook to order. This is a spot for those who want to get away no kids but take a good book. Liked the complementary boat to dockyards. Fantastic restaurants 5 min cab ride away esp jasmines, Catherine's cafe and Sunra. Beautiful restaurant and bar on property food was fine but service is not the most efficient. Christina the conceirge is very helpful and always available. This is a strong four star hotel. Spa for massage was nice good tennis courts workout room don't bother, hike up to Shirley heights instead great trails.

Room Tip: Rooms on the beach have people right outside, quieter and more private on 2nd floor
  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank Donna M
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Reviewed 20 March 2014

I spent four nights at The Inn, and this was my second time returning. What keeps me comming back, is not only the silent beauty of its location, but the friendlyness of staff, and yes of course, the beach! The room was spacious with a fantastic view of the pool and a backdrop of sail boats... most importantly the room was clean and cared for. This is what I love about boutique hotels, that care goes into detail and that for me, deserves a five star rating. For dinner I always kept it classic at the terrace restaurant. Grilled lobster and a glass of prosscco. I enjoy light lunches, and the beach restaurant always hits the spot with their new dishes that come direct from the veggie garden. I went on the tour too, as I read in previous comments. It's a blast! Kenty is hilarious and the papaya is the sweetest I have ever had. So, for anyone reading this comment who is planning a relaxing vacation in Antigua, stop wasting time in front of the computer, I phone , I lpad or whatever .... And go pack your swimming suits. safe flight ;) xx

  • Stayed: March 2014
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7  Thank Emanuele1810
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Reviewed 12 March 2014

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.

  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with family
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6  Thank shellartist
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