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Ani Villas North

5 BEDROOMS | 5 BATHROOMS

As the name suggest Àni North sits on the northern side of the estate and, like Àni South, sits perched on the edge of the dramatic cliffs overlooking Little Bay - perhaps Anguilla’s most treasured hideaway for swimming and snorkeling. All master bedrooms, indoor and outdoor living spaces are oriented towards the breathtaking western view down the Anguilla coast line and towards evening sunset views.

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Ani Villas South

5 BEDROOMS| 5 BATHROOMS

While similar in design, Àni South sits on the southern side of the estate and looks more directly down into Little Bay with its shimmering blue waters. The master bedrooms, indoor and outdoor living spaces are likewise oriented toward the breathtaking western view down the Anguilla coast line and sunset views.

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Beach, boats or both.

Anguilla boasts some of the world’s greatest beaches...and you are within walking distance of two wonderfully secluded spots on the island...Little Bay and Limestone Bay.  Take advantage of great snorkeilng or simply relax on the quiet beach with your latest read and a great beverage.  

Boat excursions are another great way to enjoy Anguilla.  Surrounded by several small islands, you have several choices as you venture out for the day!   Try, Sandy Island and Prickly Pear - both are known for their beach restaurants, great snorkeling and unspoiled beaches. 

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Water sports for the adventure seekers.

You can also take advantage of the local tour guides that offer scuba diving on reefs and wrecks just off the beautiful shores. And, the Anguilla sailing Association offers instructional sailing courses for both adults & children...and their boats can be rented for your own personal use at Anguilla’s Sandy Ground Bay. Don't forget the wide variety of fishing excursions...all right at your fingertips.   

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Recreational activities on dry ground.

In addition to the on-site fitness center and tennis courts, you can head inland for golf, horseback riding, biking and guided tours.  For the golfer in the group, The Temenos Greg Norman Championship course boasts fantastic views and challenging terrain.  You can also enjoy horseback riding on the beach, pedaling around on your bike or taking in the local history and culture.  There is a variety of historic landmarks and nature sights available with or without a professional guide.

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Island shopping.

While there are a few shops and boutiques on Anguilla, those looking for more “serious” shopping can take a day trip to St. Martin (by boat or ferry) and/or St. Barths (by plane or boat). Both islands have a world-class assortment of shops. St. Martin is best known for its duty-free jewelry and watch shops, while St. Barths is know for its luxury boutique collection.                                              

  

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