The Verandah Resort and Spa is an eco-friendly property situated on 30 acres of spectacular waterfront acres in the north east of Antigua. Many of the resorts 180 one and two bedroom suites are waterfront, situated on the cliff edge, other suites are hillside and water view.
The combined living and sleeping areas include a king size bed and queen sleeper sofa, comfortably accommodating up to four people. With convenient interconnecting verandahs there is easy access for friends and families looking for more space.
The emphasis at The Verandah Resort and Spa is informality and relaxation. Many of the resort’s facilities are centred round the over-sized free-form Oasis pool, one of the largest in the Caribbean. Here you will find the fitness centre, spa, pool bar and three restaurants.
Dining is a distinctly tropical experience. The Seabreeze, is the main restaurant offering a wide range of cuisine to suit all tastes, including a separate area for the kids. The Buccaneer a la carte restaurant serves Caribbean inspired cuisine while Nicole’s, a fine dining restaurant, specialises in French and Italian cuisines.
You can pass your days lazing in a hammock or bathing on one of the two small beaches. Alternatively try your hand at windsurfing or sailing and spend your evenings dancing to calypso rhythms.
Families with young children can relax in the knowledge that their kids will be fully entertained in the fully supervised fun-filled kids' club. The spacious facility offers plenty of room for the kids to play, with a fenced-in outdoor play area shaded by large trees including a large 'playscape' and shaded area with spalsh pool. The inside of the kids' club is surrounded by a lifelike floor to ceiling mural of under-the-sea, activities include arts and crafts, board games, movies and nature walks.
The resort lies adjacent to a National Park and incorporates marked nature trails, a powder soft white sandy beach and crystal clear bay which is perfect for swimming. The historical Devils Bridge is a short walk away and the uninhabited nature sanctuaries of Green Island and Bird Island are a short boat ride away.