Banana Tree Bungalows are ideally located on the southwestern tip of Antigua at Falmouth Harbour in the Parish of St. Paul’s. The traditional, island style cottages are both 1600 sq ft. with 12 ft verandas, offering guests a versatile entertainment space, or the chance to simply unwind and experience the cooling effects of Antigua’s renowned trade winds.

The cottages have been tastefully decorated and are comfortably furnished featuring modern entertainment systems. The living rooms and master bedrooms have 32in. flat screen TV’s with Cable television. Each cottage also has an iPod docking station, a Blu Ray player and wireless Internet. As well as a personal safe, the property is monitored by an intruder alarm system. The cottages can comfortably sleep four, are air-conditioned and feature ceiling fans throughout. Each kitchen is fully equipped with coffee makers, a microwave, a cook top with gas oven and utensils sufficient for both indoor and outdoor dining. Mosquito nets cover all beds and maid service is scheduled weekly to clean the cottages, change bed linens and to refresh towels.

Banana Tree Bungalows are sited on a .75acre plot and are so named for the banana trees that are planted on the property alongside other tropical fruit trees. The spacious and elevated plot provides guests with a sense of privacy and the opportunity to take in the ever-changing views of the seascape and Falmouth Harbour. Falmouth Harbour, a major international yachting hub, plays host to some of the world’s finest super yachts during the winter months and stages several world class events, including the Antigua Charter Yacht Show, Antigua Sailing Week, and the Antigua Classic Regatta.

The area is popular amongst tourists, yachtsmen and locals alike and is serviced by supermarkets, shops, boutiques and tour operators. There is a great selection of restaurants, cafes, bars, outdoor nightclubs and live music venues, including the breathtaking Shirley Heights Lookout with its unforgettable steel band orchestra and sunset parties. The nearby English Harbour and Nelson's Dockyard National Park are some of the most historical and picturesque parts of the island. This region showcases Antigua’s unique natural beauty along with its maritime history, with restored original 17th Century buildings, the former historical
home of Lord Horatio Nelson, and a Royal British Navy base.