We provide all the creature comforts of home and then some:
Two sitting areas in the great Room
Formal Dining seating for 8
55inch Flat Screen TV
Hair dryers in each bathroom
Bath gel, Shampoo, Conditioner
Use of the laundry room
You need a valid Passport to travel to Anguilla.
In Anguilla, quality of life is more than a phrase, its friendly people, lots of sunshine, a laid back lifestyle, great food, wonderful music and spectacular beaches.
English is the official language spoken with a lilting and melodious accent.
The official currency is the Eastern Caribbean dollar, (EC) but practically all businesses accept the US Dollar and most credit cards are welcome.
Remember that In Anguilla we drive on the left and you need a temporary license to drive here.
Anguilla has 33 beaches from which to choose, from Shoal Bay to Little Bay you can be alone on the secluded expanse of powdery sand with azure waters or hang out where umbrellas, beach chairs, palm trees and beach bars abound. Swim, snorkel, dive, float, kayak or simply have a rum punch as you soak up the rays.
WHERE ARE WE?
Blue Horizons sits on the highest rise of Sea Feathers Bay, on Margaret Fleming Drive, about 10 minutes from the Clayton Lloyd International airport or 20 minutes from the Blowing Point Ferry Terminal.
THINGS TO DO
You can lie around Blue Horizons and read one of the interesting books from our book nook, play one of our board games, or you can explore the island. Snorkel the artificial reefs; View the fossils; watch a boat race (Anguilla’s national pastime); take a day sail; go bird watching; check out the salt ponds; join a (passionate) game of dominoes; go liming on the beach; or just chill. Go to wwdia.com/calendar for special activities.
Culinary experiences on Anguilla are phenomenal. With over 100 options, restaurants abound ranging from roadside B-b-q to five-star fine dining.
So come spend some time with us at Blue Horizons, I promise, you’ll never regret it.