Luxury Villas in Anguilla

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The tiny island of Anguilla is a beach-lover’s idea of paradise. The 16-mile-long by three-mile-wide island boasts more than 30 beaches along its coastline, every one of them with white sand and turquoise seas – the perfect base for your luxury villa holiday in Anguilla. The island is full of laid-back Caribbean charm and you’ll find the food scene as delicious as it is relaxed.

If you feel you must do more than lie on a stunning beach with a crime thriller, the island offers great snorkelling and diving with a beautiful reef.

Ani Villas North Villa
Crocus Hill, Anguilla, Anguilla

The smaller of the two villas on this stunning exclusive estate, North Villa on the Ani estate is a real gem. The four-bedroom luxury villa on the island of Anguilla is quite simply an exotic paradise. Perched high up on the cliff overlooking...

4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
From $35,700 per week

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Villa CeBlue
Crocus Hill, Anguilla, Anguilla

Island life doesn’t get much better than this. Villa CeBlue is a stunning six-bedroom property on the pretty north-western coast of the island of Anguilla, in an area known as Crocus Hill. The luxury villa in the Caribbean with a private salt...

6 Bedrooms
Sleeps 12 - 14
From $17,640 per week

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Ani Villas South Villa
Crocus Hill, Anguilla, Anguilla

Welcome to paradise! This six-bedroom luxury villa on Anguilla is one of a pair of highly exclusive villas that overlook the Little Bay area of his stunningly beautiful island. With sunny spots just where you want them for soaking up a few rays,...

6 Bedrooms
Sleeps 12
From $5,100 per week

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Villa Marlin
Rose Hill, Anguilla, Anguilla

With the soothing lull of breaking waves as a backdrop, Villa Marlin, on the eastern Caribbean island of Anguilla, is the ultimate in total escapism. Accommodating up to 16 guests, Villa Marlin is the perfect destination for friends and family to...

8 Bedrooms
Sleeps 18
From $33,600 per week

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The Beach House
Crocus Hill, Anguilla, Anguilla

So much more than simply a luxury villa in the Caribbean, this award-winning property in Anguilla is real pinch-yourself stuff. Nestled right on the white sand on the beautiful Meads Bay, with spectacular ocean views, you would be hard-pressed...

8 Bedrooms
Sleeps 16
From $75,000 per week

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Villa Le Bleu
Crocus Hill, Anguilla, Anguilla

This luxury villa in Anguilla, with private chef, is the perfect place to enjoy a slice of paradise. Your every whim is catered to at Villa Le Bleu, which is nestled in a private estate. Spread over the main house and separate apartment (Petite Le...

10 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10 - 20
From $54,250 per week

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Destination Guide: Anguilla

About

At 16 miles long and 3 miles across at its widest point, Anguilla boasts over 33 white sandy beaches, many of which are quite secluded. But not all of Anguilla’s finest points are on dry land and, with temperatures typically ranging between 70°F and 80°F, the sea tends to be gentle and calm, with some occasional surf on the Atlantic side of the island. Its unparalleled reefs, make diving or snorkelling excursions a must, while a day spent deep sea fishing is sure to get the adrenaline pumping. Should you fancy a change in scenery from one of Anguilla’s pristine beaches, you could take in a round of golf or visit one of the island’s many art galleries, museums or historic sites, or book yourself in for a day of total indulgence at one of two world-class spas.

Best places to eat and drink in

It’s not just its beaches that are world-class, Anguilla boasts some truly outstanding restaurants that deliver the very best ingredients that the island and the surrounding Caribbean have to offer – both in local delicacies and dishes inspired from further afield. While the food may be the height of sophistication and elegance, Anguilla operates a warm and inviting vibe, so stuffy dress codes are dismissed in favour of a more relaxed attire, perfect for when you’ve thoroughly switched over into holiday mode. And for a true taste of island life, swing by one of the many beach bars or roadside barbecues, which tend to mostly take place at the weekends. Just use your nose to hunt them out as the smoky waft of sizzling ribs and chicken pull you in their direction. Of course you can’t holiday in the Caribbean without sampling some of the local rum, whether it’s a fruity rum punch or a tropical Pina Colada, a rum cocktail is as mandatory in Anguilla as your suncream or passport!

Best time to visit

Boasting near perfect weather all year round, Anguilla is the ideal destination no matter what time of year. However, September and October are considered the rainy season, with rain unlikely to last all day, while February and March make up the dry season. Anguilla’s average temperature tends to be 80°F, with warm sunny days and gentle trade wind breezes.

What we love about

We love the sophisticated but inviting feel of this little island with endless white sand beaches to choose from.