We loved our eight night stay at Harmony Hall. You might call it a boutique hotel, but that would be pretentious and not in the Antigua style. Our room was large and simply decorated. It was close to the main restaurant but not at all noisy or smelly. The pool area was small, but you could always walk the 25m to your own private beach. The beach was also the perfect place to work up an appetite by watching the coming and goings of boats using the little dock. The restaurant is well reviewed elsewhere, so not much to add other than breakfast was also excellent and varied (with very good coffee). The hotel element to Harmony Hall is secondary to the restaurant and that is sometimes apparent in service and facilities. For instance, on a couple of occasions the hot water did not work, which is pretty inexcusable and annoying! But, the rooms are reasonably priced and to some extent you get what you pay for. The art gallery is decent and another enjoyable way to work up an appetite. NonSuch Bay resort nearby also has a very good chef and a kitesurf school called 40 Knots that has friendly male and female instructors. So, if you are looking for a good place to stay and eat, with the chance for some adventure, you've found it.
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