The Inn at English Harbour
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Inn at English Harbour
The Inn was a fantastic choice with a great setting nestled between English Harbour and Shirley Heights, two of the island's main attractions. It is intimate yet spacious. The beach restaurant serves a fantastic breakfast overlooking the bay. The food is great and fresh and the Italian Manager makes sure there is always some italian twist in the menue. There is plenty to do outside of sunbathing, with two tenniscourts, seakayaks and snorkeling gear available at no charge during daytime. A boat service is run to bring guests over to english harbour at their convenience. It was a little bit of paradise.
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Started the day with a hike up to Shirley heights..highest point on the island so the views were spectacular. Same spot as the Sunday night party without all the people. Snorkeled for a couple hours in the afternoon- best snorkeling so far. Lots of colorful fish. New crew member joined today- Mathias from Norway. He works for a Norwegian yacht broker selling super yachts all over the world. After spending 10 years in Hong Kong, he decided to take 3 months off and ...
... water, the rays started to swim around us. Given they are used to humans; they didn’t have any issues with swimming between people and on some occasions pushing us out of their way. Now slightly better acclimatised to the idea of having them near us, we all hoped in a line to get our photo taken holding a stingray. I think the stingray was enjoying having its belly rubbed, as every time it swam away, it would come back and wait for the handler to hold it again. Photo ...
... a Jubilee Sailing Trust tall ship about to begin it's penultimate leg on her Sail The World voyage. After a day on the ship, settling in, learning how to safely go up the rigging and so on, we cast off and were officially underway. The dramatic Pirates of the Caribbean theme would be played here, were it not for the fact that within the first hour, seasickness had claimed multiple victims as we pushed through a rough patch immediately outside the ...
... visible until we were almost upon them. So slowly we crept around to our desired bay, safe in the knowledge that three weeks of sailing were almost over. Emerging like the entrance to a secret cave the entrance to English Harbour appeared. Facing us was a narrow channel delineated by red and green buoys, and a restored English Fortification. Crenelations faced us speaking of a long ago time. Mercifully no real cannons greeted us as we passed ...
... kareoki night so we went to join them (no we didn't get up to sing) but they did grab drinks for us (we weren't allowed to have drinks since we weren't part of the all inclusive package like they were but all we had to do was get them to pick up the drinks for us hah!) We're supposed to go sailing tomorrow at some point I'll have to coordinate with my parents so they can watch the kids for a couple of hours while we do ...