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Turtle Point, Antigua

Turtle Point, Antigua
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This has been described as one of Antigua's finest properties. It has recently been built to the very highest standard and has the most stunning panoramic views across Nonsuch bay. It boasts a private infinity swimming pool, four beautiful bedrooms and bathrooms with high specification facilities, stunning terraces, a modern fully-equipped Poggenpohl kitchen, bbq, air conditioning and lovely landscaped gardens. Designed to take in one of the most beautiful locations on the island, the villa is unique with its glass terraces and floor to ceiling windows and sliding doors throughout the property. Its use of light and space makes it a simply breathtaking environment. It also has access to the secluded beach and sailing club at Nonsuch Bay, and full facilities of the resort including twenty four hour on-site security. It is fully serviced with a private cleaner and caretaker on hand to support all your requests and ensure you have a very special and memorable holiday.

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Nonsuch Bay is an exclusive area of Antigua set on the south east coast, with full gated security. The Telegraph recently described it as one of Antigua’s best and most luxurious resorts on the island, it is certainly one of the islands best kept secrets. Set within forty acres of lush, landscaped gardens and tropical vegetation with ocean views and its own secluded beach, Nonsuch Bay is a luxury private resort of beach cottages, villas and apartments.

Turtle Point, Antigua

Local Area

Local Area - Turtle Point, Antigua

There is a private sailing club on the resort and you will undoubtedly see a few yachts drop anchor in the bay from time to time. The bay faces consistent and warm trade winds which are fantastic for small boat sailing and kitesurfing, and its two square miles of enclosed waters are protected from the open sea by a barrier reef. It is a tranquil haven and home to wildlife including dolphins and turtles.

The Harmony Hall Plantation House is less than 1 km from Nonsuch bay which has its own gallery and is one of the island's finest restaurants. The VC Bird International Airport is 20 km away.


Climate - Turtle Point, Antigua

Wonderful weather with temperatures of 73F to upper 80F's make Antigua a great destination year round.


Staff - Turtle Point, Antigua

Things To Do

Things To Do - Turtle Point, Antigua

There’s a distinct English accent to this classic Caribbean island with its narrow roads punctuated by candy-colored villages. You can explore most everything quickly, although the world-class sites of historic English Harbour will steal hours from your day. Take the time to savor the sand and sea: the former bright white, the latter beguiling blue.

Catch a cricket match
Cricket is played to the highest international standard here – and by legions of enthusiastic amateurs in villages all over the islands.
Discover the past at the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda
Discover Antigua and Barbuda beyond the beaches and resorts by visiting the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, Antigua's oldest building.
Enjoy a barbeque at Shirley Heights
The view from Shirley Heights extends across the harbour and out to neighbouring Caribbean islands of Montserrat and Guadeloupe.
Explore the restored Nelson’s Dockyard
One of Antigua’s most famous landmarks, Nelson’s Dockyard in English Harbour, dates from 1745 and was home to Admiral Horatio Nelson until 1787.
Follow the road along Fig Tree Drive
Take Antigua’s most scenic route, Fig Tree Drive. This 32km of winding roads travel through the lush tropical hills and rainforest.
Get blown away by St John's Cathedral
Rebuilt three times because of hurricane damage, the present day St John’s Cathedral with its dramatic white towers is an imposing landmark originally erected in 1845.
Water sports
Antigua offers a seemingly endless range of water sports for those who fancy some exhilaration, including windsurfing, water skiing, surfing and jet-skiing. The island is fantastic for those who wish to snorkel and scuba dive, and with more than 365 beaches,
Head to Frigate Bird Sanctuary during mating season
Situated in the Codrington Lagoon, Frigate Bird Sanctuary is a 40-minute boat ride across the water. It is a spectacular sight even for non-bird watchers. The mating season is September to April.
Relax on one of Antigua's many beaches
There are hundreds of beaches on Antigua but some of the best include Half Moon Bay, popular with windsurfers and snorkelers.
Take a speedboat to Stingray City
A drive to the pretty fishing village of Seatons introduces visitors to the delights of interacting with rays, followed an exhilarating speed boat ride takes you to one of Antigua’s off shore islands and a shallow stingray pool where one can touch, play with and feed stingrays in a safe environment.
Sail to a secluded cove
Antigua hosts many international yachting events and regattas throughout the year, but even inexperienced yachtsmen and women can take the helm.
Great Bird Island
Take an excursion to Great Bird Island, home of the harmless Antiguan racer, from Dickenson Bay. Glass-bottomed boats afford leisurely views of the reef, and a restored pirate ship sails around the island and takes passengers for day or evening trips, with food, drink and entertainment included.
Visit Betty’s Hope, a former sugar plantation
The islands' colonial history is brought home at partially-restored Betty's Hope, Antigua’s pioneer sugar plantation. The surviving structures are two stone sugar mills and a still house, which form an open-air museum and good picnic spot.


Events - Turtle Point, Antigua

April Guadeloupe to Antigua Race
April Yachting World Round Antigua Race
April-May Antigua Sailing Week
April Art Exhibition at Sugar Club
May Nautical Music Festival
May Dockyard Day
May Antigua Tennis Week at Curtain Bluff
May Antigua and Barbuda Marlin Classic
May Antigua and Barbuda Sport Fishing Tournament
May Annual Whit Monday 4×1.5 mile Road Relay
June Antigua Hotels and Tourist Association presents Showcase
June Tour through the Mangroves
Antigua’s Carnival, The Caribbean’s Greatest Summer Festival
August Antigua and Barbuda Mango Fest
September Francis Nunes Jr. Memorial Fishing Tournament
October- Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Masters
October November 2nd- Independence Week of Activities
October National Dress Day/Heritage Day
November Antigua and Barbuda Independence Ceremonial Parade and Food Fair
November Best in the West Fishing Tournament
November Nonsuch Bay Wine Week
November Jolly Harbour Yacht Club Annual Regatta
November Winestock, Antigua’s Festival of Wine at Nonsuch Bay Resort
November Moods of Pan Festival
December Christmas Caribbean Rally Leaves Lanzarote for Antigua
December Antigua Charter Yacht Show
December Antigua Yacht Club High Tide Christmas Series
December Third Annual Freetown Day Festival
December Nelson’s Pursuit Race
December Nelson’s Dockyard Old Year’s Night Party


Please scroll through the calendar below to check availability and contact Head Office for more information.


$15,925 (7th January to 20th May)
$12,000 (20th May to 4th November)
$15,925 (4 November to 23 December)
$20,000 (23 December 2017 to 6 January 2018)

The above rates include a maid to clean, a housekeeper/cook who is available to prepare breakfast and either lunch or dinner 6 out of every 7 days and a poolman/gardener.

Food and drinks are not included in the above rates.

For stays of less than 7 nights or for rates in GBP or EURO please contact us below.

A Security Deposit is required.
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Services - Turtle Point, Antigua

We can provide the following services:

- Car Hire
- Chauffeur
- Guided Tours
- Chef
- Welcome Cocktails
- Restaurant recommendations
- Concierge Service
- Airport transfers
- Massages


Features - Turtle Point, Antigua

Turtle Point stands on the most prestigious plot, at the top of the resort, with the most idyllic and panoramic views across the bay.

- 1 Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom
- 2 double/ twin bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms
- 1 double bedroom with en-suite bathroom
- Spacious living room with panoramic views out to Nonsuch Bay
- Modern kitchen and dining area
- Heated infinity swimming pool
- Barbecue
- PC and high speed internet access with wi-fi
- Air-conditioned

Air conditioning,Heated swimming pool,Swimming pool,BBQ,Wide screen TV,DVD selection,MP3 connection / Ipod dock,Concierge Service,Fully-staffed,balcony-terrace,Maid service,Family friendly,PC & internet access,Wifi,Cot available,Highchair available,Views,Sea Views,Parking,Gated Community

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Comments by previous visitors

  1. “"We just got back from Antigua after a wonderful week - we all loved the villa and its setting, and really enjoyed being able to use the resort facilities, with generally lovely weather, at a very quiet time of year. Perfect for a family holiday - we will definitely go again!" S. R. commented on 10-Aug-2015 10:35 AM
  2. “"Thank you for arranging a most wonderful holiday in Antigua. The house was spectacular – and the service form the house manager and the daily maid impeccable. We would return in a heartbeat." Mrs. S. H-N. commented on 27-May-2015 04:14 PM
  3. “"We had a wonderful time at Lands End and were very well looked after by the staff. The villa and views are stunning." G.F. commented on 27-May-2015 11:17 AM
  4. “"Wonderful setting and absolutely stunning and commanding view of the Bay. Very, very high standards of finish, particularly the wooden doors, glass balustrades and marble floors. WiFi connectivity and cellphone coverage is good. Local restaurant in the Nonsuch Bay resort is very good and convenient (particularly for breakfast). Nice deck area to relax on with great views – watch the yachts moored out by Bird Island." D. C. commented on 26-May-2015 02:54 PM
  5. “"We had a fabulous time in Antigua. The villa was superb, and views amazing. And even better that the resort was out of season, so we virtually had the beach to ourselves". L. S. commented on 26-May-2015 02:52 PM
  6. “"The wow factor derives from the remarkable views and minimalistic open-plan style. We appreciate that the interior designer has not yet been let loose on the house and by our next visit will have made quite an impact!" S. D. commented on 26-May-2015 11:54 AM
  7. “"We had a fabulous stay and Land's End [Turtle Point] certainly enjoys a commanding position over Nonsuch Bay, and we loved the easy access to the Nonsuch resort facilities. N. O'D. commented on 26-May-2015 11:48 AM


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