The Other Caribbean

The isle of Barbuda remains largely undiscovered and endlessly relaxing.

Seaside Seating

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Seaside Seating

Guests at The Beach House can follow this stretch beyond Palmetto Point for miles along the narrow strand that encloses the Caribbean side of Codrington Lagoon. Walking in the opposite direction takes guests to intoxicating River Beach.

Natural Canvas

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Natural Canvas

Sunset on Palmetto Point is reason enough to visit Barbuda.

Sea Horses

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Sea Horses

Eventually guests stir for some type of activity, and the resort can arrange horseback riding, snorkeling, fishing, nature-touring, and other outings.

A Shore Thing

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A Shore Thing

Dirt roads lead to miles of pristine beaches, to vistas where the Atlantic and Caribbean meet, and to three small luxury resorts.

Picture Perfect

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Picture Perfect

Guest room decks overlook the shallow reflecting pool, where a ring of delicate lights casts a magical spell each night. Miles of pastel Caribbean shore and many shades of blue-green sea lie just beyond.

Easy Living

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Easy Living

Ocean breezes weave through the open-air lobby next to the dining area at The Beach House, but heavy louvers can be closed to shut out tropical rains.

King of the Beach

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King of the Beach

Barbuda's packs of wild donkeys stare curiously at island visitors, but the shy creatures keep their distance.

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