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THE BEST KEPT SECRET IN THE CARIBBEAN
 



 
Welcome to The Great House Antigua, a boutique hotel set in a 350 - year - old house surrounded by 26 acres of paradise.

A combination of historic charm and privacy amid beautiful surroundings.
The mixture of an elegant atmosphere, sophisticated food, unique and distinctive characteristics all create an awe-inspiring stay.
 
Dip your toes into the wonders of The Great House Antigua.
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OUR SUITES

​With a choice of Plantation Suites or Garden Suites. The Great House Antigua offer elegant, charming suites, set in 26 acres of tropical gardens. 

THE SUITES

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Hotel Take Overs

Gather your family and friends at the 26 acres and 8 suites of The Great House Antigua

Private Hotel Take Over

PLAN YOUR STAY

All meals are included in guests stay, as are scheduled exercise classes through the week and local hikes around the island.
The Great House Antigua offers a wide variety of excursions and trips. 

PLAN YOUR STAY

OUR HISTORY

Our history sets us apart with unique stories and incredible artifacts creating an exquisite atmosphere.  While staying guests are able to explore the original Sugar Mill, 350 year old house, the original out-houses, tropical gardens and explore our mini museum. 

OUR HISTORY

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WEDDINGS
Your wedding and honeymoon experience will be complete bliss when taken at The Great House Antigua. An intimate and charming adults- only hideaway tucked away in the 350-year-old estate house and gardens, perfect for your unique wedding or honeymoon.
RETREATS
The peaceful surroundings of  The Great House Antigua create a perfect sanctuary for retreats. We understand each guest unwinds in their own unique way, so the team have created distinct packages with each guest in mind.
We host a variety of retreats which include all meals and fruit drinks.
We fully recognise that the original plantation estate is founded on the human suffering of captive Africans sold into slavery.  We neither memorialise, nor glorify, its part in the history of slavery. We believe that the stories and artifacts our Research Director has compiled of the 400 years of the estate is a tribute to the people who played such an important part in the island and world history through those dark times.