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If you are the simple type and like to cook, love the beach, then Shoal Bay Villas is far and away the greatest resort in Anguilla. Price is right, owners and staff are incredible. Great place to take your family and kids. We plan on...More
We stayed at SBV for 9 days and had a fantastic vacation. The condos have everything you need to enjoy your time. We were in 4B which is an ocean front on the second floor. I believe the ocean front deluxe units are the one's...More
My daughter and I just returned from the most wonderful vacation in Anguilla. We stayed at Shoal Bay Villas from December 21-January 1st. This was our 8th visit to Anguilla and our 7th stay at Shoal Bay Villas - the best one yet, but we...More
Our extended family has been staying at Shoal Bay Villas at Shoal Bay East at the East end virtually every year since 2002. It is the perfect place for families with kids. Immaculate self contained apartments with everything you need. Amazing housekeeping staff. And the...More
Thanks to Kathy H and team for being open for visitors and looking after the team so well. Anguilla took big hits from Hurricanes Irma and Maria, but is resolutely bouncing back. Roy's Bayside Restaurant and Pete's Place (pizza and more) were delightful dinner venues....More
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I have only flown in to St. Maarten. It is pretty easy to get to the Ferry in Marigot, which runs every 45 minutes. Shoal Bay Villas has no restaurant, but there are choices along the beach. None of them are a very far... More
I have only flown in to St. Maarten. It is pretty easy to get to the Ferry in Marigot, which runs every 45 minutes. Shoal Bay Villas has no restaurant, but there are choices along the beach. None of them are a very far walk. As for groceries and drinks for your room. No place for this. Two recommendations. 1. Get a rental car 2. If you don't get a rental car stop and shop for groceries on your way to the Villas. The first time we went to Shoal Bay Villas we did not have a rental car and we did fine; mostly because we met a wonderful couple from Alabama who showed us around and took us back into town for groceries. We now get a rental car. Though if you just want to crash on the beautiful beach and unplug, getting what you need on the way in works.
I saw some SBV pics yesterday from the Anguilla beaches site that showed some flooding and sand in the area in the walkway area to the beach. No word from Kathy and staff as I think no cell service and power. power lines... More
I saw some SBV pics yesterday from the Anguilla beaches site that showed some flooding and sand in the area in the walkway area to the beach. No word from Kathy and staff as I think no cell service and power. power lines down everywhere. resorts are mostly intact but plenty of damage to houses. They received some help from British military yesterday. Twitter has had some info. Kenroy Herbert has posted videos and anguilla beaches posts them. some wood structures are demolished like Pumphouse, Elvis's, Palm Grove, Smoky's, sunshine shack. Heartbreaking. fund-raising info on Anguilla beaches.