October Half term in Antigua?

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October Half term in Antigua?

Postby kellyhamstead » Mon Feb 18, 2019 3:15 pm

✈️✈️OCTOBER HALF TERM DEAL✈️✈️ - 7 nights All Inclusive at 4* St James Club & Villas in Antigua in a TWO BEDROOM VILLA - £6774 per Family of 4! 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦👩‍👩‍👧‍👦👨‍👨‍👧‍👦

☀️Depart Gatwick 19 October 2019
☀️Direct British Airways Flights
☀️7 nights in a Two Bedroom Villa Garden/Sea View
☀️Private Transfers
☀️All Inclusive
☀️£6774 for 2 adults, 2 children under 12yrs

Found yourself at home with the kids this February Half Term? Book now for the October break whilst these amazing deals are still available! This are subject to availability. Book by 4pm Saturday 23rd February and save an additional £100 per family!

☎️☎️☎️Call Travel Designers on 0207 720 8484 or email james@traveldesigners.co.uk to book today, or pop in and see us at 8 The Boulevard, Balham High Road SW17 7BW. Bring the kids, they will be entertained with our in-store toy selection and kids kindle fire, and we can talk family holidays over a glass of bubbles!

🏖🏖🏖Set between a tranquil bay and the Atlantic Ocean, this relaxing resort offers a great range of activities.

On a private 100-acre peninsula, this peaceful resort offers a choice between the calm waters of lagoon-style Mamora Bay — great for watersports including Hobie Cat sailing and paddleboarding — and breezier Coco Beach on the Atlantic Ocean side. Although St James’s is fairly large, it has an intimate feel and there are plenty of quiet areas you can retreat to within the tropical gardens and pool areas.

Choose from five restaurants offering à la carte and buffet options. The new all-day dining Eleven/11 Restaurant has gorgeous views over Coco’s Beach and, above it, Coco Beach Restaurant & Bar serves up Caribbean-style tapas dishes. The nautical-style Docksider has a weekly Caribbean night, Rainbow Garden offers à la carte evening dining with a buffet plus menu option for breakfast and lunch, and a casual beach grill serves burgers and nachos. Book a table at Piccolo Mondo, where, for a supplement, you can feast on fresh lobster and Mediterranean dishes with a Caribbean twist. Choose from six bars dotted around the resort or grab a drink from the beach buggy bar as it passes your sun lounger.

Unwind in a secluded spot by one of the hotel’s romantic gazebos and try non-motorised watersports including stand-up paddleboarding and pedalos, all included along with tuition. Head out on St James’s own catamaran to Green Island for snorkelling and the chance to spot turtles, and hop on the quirky Pink Panther Island Safari to see rocky Devil’s Bridge, former sugar plantation Betty’s Hope and historic Nelson’s Dockyard. Visit Shirley Heights on a Sunday evening for beautiful sunset views accompanied by the rhythm of steel and reggae bands.
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