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Why Stay At Lighthouse Bay
This nine-suite waterfront gem offers total serenity on a private Caribbean island beloved by solitude seekers.
If it's privacy you're after, you'll find it here. Bordered by the Caribbean Sea on one side and a blue lagoon on the other, Barbuda's Lighthouse Bay resort is a quintessential, quiet Caribbean hideaway. Opened in 2007 by an island native, it's the only building on a small, peaceful island, rimmed by a pink-sand beach. Each of the nine suites is outfitted with marble-and-blue granite bathrooms, Turkish Travertine tiled floors, and white-on-white beds, and set apart around a kidney-shaped pool. Come dinner, don't miss the blackened snapper filet, courtesy of Chef Lennox Cadogan, who previously cooked at Barbuda's popular K Club.
You'll want to unplug, but for those quick e-mail checks, the hotel provides laptops and fully-loaded iPads.
Don't miss the complimentary horseback ride; check with the front desk before arrival to book.
Arrive at V.C. Bird International Airport (ANU) on Antigua which is 26 miles from the resort. You can either take helicopter directly onto the property, a commuter prop plane to Barbuda Airport followed by a boat ride across the lagoon (scheduled or chartered) or a twice daily Barbuda (BBQ) Express Ferry from Antigua.Low Bay, Codrington, Barbuda, West Indies
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- Spa Services
- Fitness Center
- Outdoor Fire Pit
- BBQ Area
- 24-hour Concierge
- Outdoor Activities (fee)
- LCD TVs
- Satellite Channels
- iPod Alarm Clocks
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Large Bathrooms
- Double Vanities
- Oversized Showers
- Stocked Mini Bars
- Free Long Distance Calls
- Complimentary iPads + Laptops during stay
- Gourmet Chef
- Rooftop Bar + Lounge
- Beachside Restaurant
- In-Room Dining
- Rates are based on two people sharing. Up to two children may share the Master Suite, under 10 years is complimentary. 11 years and older is $300 per child per night
- Roundtrip boat transfers between Barbuda Airport and the resort
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner for two each day
- All alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages
- Complimentary international calls, in-room laptop and wireless internet
Why We Love Barbuda
While her sister island, Antigua, flaunts bustling hotels and yacht races, Barbuda, a 20-minute flight away, has quiet beaches with pink sands, the Frigate Bird Sanctuary (containing more than 170 species), and only a handful of resorts.
Wildlife Spotting: The red-toned frigate birds are a treasure on Barbuda and Antigua. At the Frigate Bird Sanctuary within Barbuda's northwestern lagoon, you'll head out on a boat tour to the mangroves to see the birds' nesting site.
90-minute tours $60.
Where to Eat: Codrington's Palm Tree House, one of only a handful of restaurants on Barbuda, serves up local dishes such as Barbuda spiny lobster.
Dinner for two $60.
Where to Drink: Madison's Bar is Codrington's busiest night spot. Grab a seat on the patio, chat with the locals, and order a Caribbean hurricane cocktail made with rum, fresh fruit juice, and amaretto.
Drinks for two $15.
Why Go Now
July 28 - August 7, 2012
This 10-day celebration includes the j'ouvert, a calypso concert performed in St. John's.
Various venues, St. John's, Antigua.
September - November, 2012
Frigate Bird Mating Season
Male frigate birds woo potential mates in the Frigate Bird Sanctuary.
October 31, 2012
National Dress Day
Island buildings are decorated with brightly colored tapestries for the anniversary of Antigua's independence.
November 9-11, 2012
Antigua and Barbuda Literary Festival
Caribbean authors converge on the island during this annual festival of poetry workshops and fiction contests.
Various venues, St. John's, Antigua.