The Beach Club

Address: Saint Philip, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda, Caribbean | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Saint Philip, is near Shirley Heights, Sea Wolf Diving School, Monk's Hill, and Parham.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint Philip

    Antigua Adventures

    A travel blog entry by mrsmac on Oct 28, 2015

    20 photos

    ... shirt with some of the indigenous Arawak symbols and Fletcher was taken by a ceramic statue of a local girl in Caribbean costume.

    After lunch we walked back to Heritage Quay and found a taxi driver and, after negotiations, he agreed to take us to Nelson's Dockyard and English Harbour. The ride across the hillsides was interesting in itself. We passed through the two largest towns, All Saints being one. English harbour is a very sheltered place and ...

    Goodbye Saint Vincent, Hello Antigua

    A travel blog entry by kerry.blackett on Jun 19, 2015

    1 photo

    ... of customs. So nice to see them after over two months away from home. They had flown in from Gatwick and arrived a couple hours before me so had got some food at the restaurant, Banana Tree, then picked up the hire car. When I got through we drove across the island to Falmouth Harbour. We are staying in Antigua Yacht Club Marina Resort which is a beautiful hotel. We met the manager when we arrived who took us across the road to the ...


    A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Jan 24, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... valuable cargoes of sugar and other products being sent from the West Indies to Europe
    English Harbour was developed into Britain's main naval base in the Eastern Caribbean and the harbour also grew in importance in the 18th century not only as a port but as a hurricane refuge.In the deep bay Britain was able to repair and maintain a squadron of ships continually in the Caribbean, thus maintaining naval superiority over the enemy.
    A survey of 1774 ...

    Christmas, Birthdays,Wedding and a New year 2015

    A travel blog entry by wendy60 on Dec 25, 2014

    20 photos

    ... till midnight. Another great party and the fireworks were spectacular. All nationalities happy together and embracing the new year. It was fun. The last bit of excitement was on the 3rd January when Maverick Saber had a concert. He was promoting and helping other young hopefuls to get a start in life. I joined in the bopping again as did Jackie, it was lovely having female company for a change, and someone to dance round the handbag with! Lol. Happy, healthy New Year to you all ...

    No no, not for the football...

    A travel blog entry by jfgcooper95 on Jul 11, 2014

    13 photos

    ... anywhere else. Back to the voyage itself. After leaving Recife, our voyage took us north for two weeks, first stopping at Union Island, then Bequia for a couple of nights, before winding our way past St. Lucia, St. Vincent and Guadeloupe, finally berthing in English Harbour, Antigua. Some are anchorages, others are berths, the main difference being the quantities of alcohol consumed when the latter is in play. Having seen no land whatsoever for the ...