If you’re bringing along family or extra guests, then Fountain Anguilla has you covered. The Fountain offers 12 two-bedroom rental options, capable of sleeping up to six guests. All of their beachfront villa rentals in Anguilla come with air conditioning, concierge service, high-speed wireless Internet, and an en suite double vanity bathroom with a walk-in shower. Spacious kitchens with granite counter-tops and modern stainless-steel appliances give you the flexibility to cook and the intimacy to enjoy a home-cooked meal. Brew delicious coffee and enjoy it every morning on your private, covered veranda. You can pack light, too, because every building has shared laundry facilities, aside from the two-bedrooms with their own laundry units.
Beachfront Villa Rentals in Anguilla with a Garden View
The Garden View can sleep six and offers two full baths, a fully equipped kitchen, and a private veranda. Dine inside at the kitchen island or outside on your veranda. The master bedroom has one king-sized bed and the second bedroom has two queen beds. This rental costs $275 per night during the offseason, $290 during Carnival, $395 during the peak season, and $595 during peak season.
Ocean View and Oceanside
The Ocean View Poolside, which overlooks the pool, offers room for up to six guests, and two sleeping arrangement options: two master bathrooms with two king-sized beds, or one master bedroom with a king-sized bed and one bedroom with two queen-sized beds. The Oceanside unit, the closest to the ocean, offers two master bedrooms with two king-sized beds and two full bathrooms. The cost for these Anguilla beachfront villas are $275 per night during the offseason and during Carnival, $500-525 during peak season, and $785 during peak season.
The Fountain offers two options for two-bedroom penthouses with our luxury villa rentals Anguilla: the Penthouse Oceanside unit, closest to the beach, and the Penthouse Poolside. Both offer spectacular ocean views from the third floor. These units offer two master suites with king-sized beds and two full bathrooms, with vaulted ceilings and dark wood furniture that give them a look and feel of sophistication. These rentals cost $375 per night during the offseason and during Carnival, $575 during peak season, and $865 during peak season.
Activities and Attractions on Anguilla
On Anguilla, you’ll encounter everything from stunningly picturesque beaches and crystalline waves to colorful towns and historic places. Where your day takes you will depend on what calls out to you; here are our recommendations for getting started!
First and foremost, the beaches of Anguilla are lovely places to while away the hours, basking in the warm sunshine. Check out the beaches at Rendezvous Bay, Crocus Bay, Meads Bay, Maundays Bay, and Shoal Bay to start.
On the beach, local rental and charter companies like Anguilla Water Sports can provide the thrills you’re looking for. Charter a boat for a sunset cruise or a fishing expedition. Go snorkeling or scuba diving through Anguilla’s ethereal underwater habitats. Explore the sea caves along the island’s coast in a kayak or stand up paddleboard. Feel the exhilaration that comes with kite surfing. Or simply swim in the calm waters of the Caribbean and soak up your surroundings.
Close by, there are attractions located right on the water. The Aqua Park is an incredible and invigorating floating obstacle course where you can challenge yourself. It’s the only one of its kind in the Caribbean! Or, if you’d rather play with dolphins than on obstacle courses (or are looking for a more leisurely follow up activity), Dolphin Discovery Anguilla is a fantastic place to visit.
Also offshore are a handful of small, mostly uninhabited islands known as cays. Islands such as Shrub Island and Dog Island are great for hiking and give you that feeling of utter seclusion, while other cays (including Scilly Cay, Sandy Island, and Prickly Pear Cay) are each home to their own restaurant. Hitch a ride on a water taxi and you’ll be treated to a decadent feast of Anguillan lobster and heavy-handed rum punch!
Back on the island, you’ll find everything from a hopping tourist scene and an artistic hub to historical landmarks. History buffs should start with sites like the Old Factory, the Heritage Collection Museum, the Warden’s Place, and the Wallblake House. Then, take a trip to Fountain Cavern National Park to see the petroglyphs and enormous stalagmite statue left behind by Anguilla’s ancient inhabitants! After you’ve soaked up the Anguilla of old, immerse yourself in the cultural center of the island in the Valley, perusing the art galleries, or head to Sandy Ground for drinks, dining, and dancing.
Contact Fountain Anguilla Today and Plan Your Island Getaway!
The wonders of Anguilla await you, from pristine beaches and exciting water sports to fascinating historic landmarks and a lovely, laidback tropical ambiance. Contact Fountain Anguilla today to book one of our Anguilla beachfront villas!