White Cedars Villa was completed in 2010 and has been built and carefully designed by its British owners to create a simple and calming space for a relaxing holiday. From every vantage point, the unique design provides breathtaking views of the Caribbean, the islands of St. Martin, St. Barth’s, Saba & St. Kitts, while capturing the prevailing tropical trade winds of this undiscovered paradise.
The furnishings and interior design successfully blend natural elements of wood, granite and stone with contemporary sophistication. All three bedrooms feature super king beds using luxury white linen from England and are air-conditioned with screened louvered doors opening to a patio overlooking the pool with a view to the neighboring islands. They also all have ensuite bathrooms including two outdoor showers.
- Master Bedroom 1: King bed (can be two twin beds) with ensuite and outdoor shower.
- Bedroom 2: King Bed (can be two twin beds) with ensuite.
- Master Bedroom 3: King Bed (can be two twin beds) with ensuite and outdoor shower.
There are two living areas – inside featuring a double height ceiling with fans and outside adjacent to the dining area and TV and computer room.
A fully equipped modern kitchen with American appliances allows the guests to do as much cooking or as little as they wish whilst others can simply sit by the outside bar and enjoy the breathtaking tropical sunset.
- Barbeque Grill
- Swimming Pool
- Cable TV, DVD Player
- Panoramic View
- Beach Chairs
- Beach and Pool Towels
- Beach Umbrella
- Air Conditioning in bedroom(s) only
- Ceiling Fans
- Maid Service
- Non Smoking
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Board Games
- Outdoor Showers
- Wireless Internet Service
- Hair Dryer
- Washer and Dryer
- IPod Docking Stations including Bose surround system.
*Please note, locations shown on the maps are approximations only
Anguilla is currently one of the Caribbean’s most prestigious destinations, it is a stunning island where relaxation is an art form; with crystal clear waters and blue skies aplenty. It has come to be known as a Caribbean haven where the elite enjoy sea, sand, sunshine and seclusion.
Those in search of a sophisticated destination, wishing to enrich the mind, body and spirit need look no further; Anguilla is an unparalleled island getaway, with over thirty secluded sugary white beaches spilling into cerulean water - the isle is the premiere Caribbean escape for the affluent traveller.
Anguilla’s beaches are unlike anywhere else on earth; strands of pearl white sand, offset by jade and turquoise shadows and a crystal clear sky stretch around the island. There are half-moon curves, meandering strands, tiny cliff-enclosed coves, active beaches and secluded ones. Sink your feet into the gloriously deep sand and at night watch the grains sparkle with luminescence!
Geographically, Anguilla is a British oversees territory in the north eastern Caribbean, it is one of the most northerly of the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antilles and situated just 10 minutes from St. Martin and 30 minutes from St. Barts – close enough for easy access and memorable day excursions. Anguilla consists of the 35 square mile main island made of coral limestone; which explains the fabulous white sand beaches, and a number of much smaller islands and cays which are uninhabited but provide an excellent destination for a sailing trip or day out. Anguilla is easily accessible as there are direct flights to St. Martin from the US Mainland or Europe, followed by a short 5 minute flight or 20 minute ferry ride to Anguilla. American Eagle airlines also fly direct to the island from San Juan daily.
Anguilla serves as a secluded haven for many rich and famous wishing to swap the spotlight for basking beneath the glorious Caribbean sun; its villa’s, resorts and countless restaurants are simply world class. When visiting Anguilla you can experience one or more of the many award winning local chefs, cooking tantalizing dishes at beach side restaurants, or visit one of the gorgeous spa’s fit for royalty; providing rejuvenation and replenishing treatments to aid relaxation on the isle.
In Anguilla a large emphasis is based on local and international cuisine; the island has become the Caribbean’s number one culinary destination and is attracting food lovers from all across the globe. It is not only acclaimed for its spectacular 5 star restaurants but also for a finger licking local fare cooked up at roadside stalls, beachside eateries and backyard fetes. Visitors to Anguilla are strongly advised to sample everything that is on offer; from the elite 5 star establishments, to hidden gems that only the friendly locals know about, and the simply delicious roadside barbeques!
After sampling the delightful cuisine, why not try out some of the tropical activities on the island. Great swimming and snorkelling make Anguilla ideal for families, while gorgeous sunsets and renowned privacy make the shore perfect for a romantic escape. Spend the day sailing in the Anguillan breeze or charter a boat and go scuba diving on the natural reef. You can play a round of golf on the Greg Norman Championship Course or pamper yourself with spa treatments on the beach. Then, after a day of great eating and island living, take your friends and family to a beach bar and dance to live reggae music.
Anguilla guarantees a spectacular vacation free from tourist crowds and full of genuine hospitality. The locals are one of the many things that set Anguilla apart from other Caribbean islands; it has 14,000 inhabitants and they truly are the island’s greatest natural resource. It may seem a bold statement given the island’s thirty-three world class beaches, but explore Anguilla for a day or two and we are certain that you will agree. Anguillan’s offer radiant positivity and genuine warmth, you will feel as though their island is also yours as you are greeted with wide smiles throughout your stay...and once you’ve learnt the local handshake you truly will feel at home!
Unlike many other Caribbean islands, Anguilla is completely flat - creating the sensation of endless blue skies disappearing into the shimmering sea. The forecast is forever sunshine and life on the island is carefree and inviting. You can sail the gentle seas, go snorkelling or scuba diving in the stunning coral reefs, dance to island beats, enjoy horseback riding, hiking, bike riding, visit art museums and historic sites, shopping or simply stroll along a peaceful beach, admiring the sunset.
Anguilla truly is an oasis of tranquillity; it is a place perfectly suited to personal relaxation. Offering a rare combination of beauty, elegance and privacy, prepare to be pampered in this chic, yet laid back Caribbean gem.
- Maid service is included in the rental.
- A chef/cook is available at additional expense.
- Prices do not include 10% government tax.
- Prices do not include 10% gratuities.
Summer Rates April 9th – December 15th
- 3 Bedroom Villa: $559 per night.
- 2 Bedroom Villa: $500 per night.
- 1 Bedroom Villa: $417 per night.
Festive Rate December 15th – January 1st
- 3 Bedroom Villa: $1500.00.
Winter Rates January 2nd – April 8th
- 3 Bedroom Villa: $1000.00 per night.
- 2 Bedroom Villa: $900.00 per night.
- 1 Bedroom Villa: $800.00 per night.
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Anguilla is served by the Clayton J. Lloyd airport (formerly known as the Anguilla Wallblake Airport), which receives regular scheduled flights from several Caribbean islands.
From the US:
Rainbow International Airlines provide direct chartered flights from Atlanta in Georgia, and Miami or Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and also provide transfers for British Airways passengers arriving in Antigua. Their exclusive jets seat up to 8 passengers.
Flights via St. Martin are available from several US cities including New York, Miami, Philadelphia, Chicago, and Atlanta on American Airlines (AA), Delta Airlines, JetBlue Airways and others. You can travel on to Anguilla via ferry, with departures every 30 to 45 minutes between 7.30am and 7pm.
Flights via Puerto Rico are available from several US cities including New York City, Boston, Hartford, Washington, Atlanta, Charlotte and many Florida airports, on AA, JetBlue Airways, Delta Airlines and Spirit Airlines.
Flights via St. Kitts and Antigua are available from Charlotte, Miami, Atlanta, and New York City on AA, US Airways, Delta Airlines and others.
From the UK
Flights via Antigua are available from London Gatwick on British Airways (BA) and Virgin Atlantic.
The Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport:
(formerly known as the Anguilla Wallblake Airport)
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