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Anguilla - Trip Reports

Shoal Bay Beach Villas

My husband and myself just returned from Shoal Beach Villas after spending 7 wonderful nights. April 17-April 24 2004.

We had a Studio on the floor level, beachfront. It was perfect. We left our slider screens open every night and slept to the gentle sound of the waves touching the shore. The weather was perfect, the beach was the best, and snorkeling right out front. What more could we ask for. We didn't even get a car until the last three days. We thought it would be nice to see a little more of the island even though we were content to stay on our beautiful quiet beach. We ate at allot of the local beach restaurants and they were reasonable and just fine.

My husband and myself and are not into food so much that it matters so much about delicious fancy feasts. We did go to Zara's twice and loved it. The service was great and so was the food. Uncle Ernies was a pretty regular place for us and the food was good and reasonable. For the most part we were in front of our hotel on a lounge chair relaxing, and swimming.

If you're looking for low key, friendly people, reasonable rates, and a clean comfortable place to stay I can say I'd go back in a minute, in fact we have already reserved a room for this November. I can honestly say Anguilla is our new favorite island. It just seemed so natural and not over run with people. It's a whole new experience compared to the islands we've been to in the past. I can't compliment the people of anguilla enough on their gracious and friendly manners. I'm afraid to brag this place up too much or I may not get a room next time I want one. It is not luxury, it's comfortable. The decor is island, wicker furnture with colorful cushions. Tile floors, a kitchen with all the necessities. Microwave, blender, toaster, fridge, and anything else you might need or want. Two liters of complimentary water a day, which was nice. I could go on and on but just to say I'm anxiously awaiting my next visit. If any one wishes to ask me any questions please feel free to email.

Thanks to Lynn (Graham, WA) for this trip report ...
April 2004

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