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Pelican Bay Villa

Per Night From US$999Launch Gallery

Waterfront opulence

This waterside villa boasts 3 King suites and a bonus King suite in the poolside villa above a games room complete with a pool table. Open air design and floor to ceiling doors allow the sea breezes to blow in for complete relaxation. Just a short stroll and you can bask in the sunshine of Blowing Point Beach or relax on the lanai near your secluded pool.

Max Group Size8
Bedrooms4
Bathrooms4
Air ConditionedYes
Children AllowedYes
WifiYes
Distance from nearest town10 min
Distance from airport10 min
Room DetailsServices & AmenitiesThings to do
Room Details
Room DetailsServices & AmenitiesThings to do

Room Details

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Room Details

Main House

First Floor
  • Bedroom one (king) has an en suite bathroom and terrace access
  • Bedroom two (2 twins) has an en suite bathroom
  • Bedroom three (king) has an en suite bathroom, a walk-in closet and terrace access
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Room Details

Pool House

Second Floor
  • Bedroom four (king) has an en suite bathroom and a private balcony

Services & Amenities

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Features

Included Services

  • Additional Services On Request
  • Daily Housekeeping
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Features

Amenities

  • Beachfront
  • Billiards Table
  • Full A/C
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi

Events & Places

Shoal Bay

One of the island’s top attractions, there are actually 33 beaches on this 26km stretch, but it doesn’t matter where you spend the day here since they all have gorgeous white sand and turquoise water. There are also many restaurants nearby.

Nightlife

If you’re looking for nightlife, then The Elvis Beach Bar is the place to go. Known as party central, it has a restaurant with a rooftop patio. If you want to hear live music, head to The Pumphouse, a favourite among locals and visitors alike.

El Buen Consejo

While there are 6 marine parks and 9 dive wrecks off Anguilla, if you have time for just 1 dive, head for this wreck, a Spanish Galleon that is now covered in coral. Snorkeling is also an option here since there are many calm bays and beaches.

Wallblake House

For a little of the island’s history, this is one of its oldest buildings. Although small, it’s interesting to see the only standing plantation home left here. The free tour will take you through the kitchen, stables and slave quarters.

Island walking tour

Offered by the Anguilla National Trust, for US$50pp you can go on a walking tour of the island. Given most of the land here is private, this in-depth tour allows you to explore the endless back roads with ease.

For Kids

Horseback riding

Anguilla’s Seaside Stables offers multiple options for kids. Children up to age 5 can ride in front of an adult on horseback for an hour beach ride, and kids age 2+ can also enjoy a half hour pony ride if they want something a bit more independent.

SeaBob

Discover Anguilla’s underwater world à la 007, with a SeaBob, an underwater contraption that enables users to ‘swim like a dolphin’. Explore the island’s many amazing snorkeling sites, as you steer and dive using your own bodyweight.

Anguilla Aqua Park

A great destination for kids wanting action, it features a main inflatable obstacle course that is set some 45m from the shoreline. There’s a min. height of 48”/ and anyone under 9 has to be accompanied by an adult.

Boat tours & charters

A trip on the water may be the perfect way to enjoy a family outing as you explore the island by water. A number of companies offer tours and private charters, with a typical day spent visiting off-island cays and different beaches on the island.

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