This fairly remote, tranquil, eco-friendly resort especially caters to couples. There isn’t much for kids and teens to do (although it’s worth noting that there’s mini golf and a kids club) and the beach areas are small (they do, however, have a pleasant, secluded feel); but the property offers spacious accommodations with private verandas (hence the name of the resort), Antigua’s largest free-form swimming pool, a friendly staff, beach volleyball, quality tennis courts, a nice spa, and five dining options. St. James’s Club and Galley Bay Resort & Spa are nearby sister resorts. Devil’s Bridge, a natural limestone arch on the shore, is within walking distance; there are good nature trails in the area, too, for those inclined to venture out. The resort can arrange scuba diving trips that leave from the St. James’s Club nearby, and non-motorized water sports are available on site (at “Watersports Beach” – the other beach is known as “Rasta Beach.”) Some of the suites have stunning ocean views (the suite categories are Waterfront, Waterview, and Hillside), and some of the larger two-bedroom villas come with private plunge pools.