If you’re looking for more space to stretch out in our places to stay in Anguilla, Fountain Anguilla has just what you need with 12 one-bedroom rental units. Every Anguilla villa comes with a full kitchen equipped with modern appliances and granite counter-tops, allowing you the ability to buy groceries, cook at your leisure, and dine at either the kitchen’s island or outside on your own private veranda. All of the beach villas in Anguilla come with air conditioning, concierge service, king-sized beds, high-speed wireless Internet, and an en suite vanity bathroom with a walk-in shower. Every building has shared laundry facilities.
The Garden View suite comes with a king-sized bed in a master bedroom, an en suite bathroom, private covered veranda, and a fully-equipped kitchen with upgraded appliances. This rental costs $175 per night during the offseason and Carnival, $395 during the holidays, and $275 during peak season.
Anguilla Villa with an Ocean View
The Ocean View Poolside suite offers even more space than the Garden View, and overlooks the hotel’s tropical pool. It’s over 1,000 square feet of space can accommodate up to three guests between the king-sized bed and the roll-away. Relax in plush wicker sofas in the large, open living room. This rental costs $195 per night during the offseason, $225 during Carnival, $485 during the holidays, and $325 during peak season.
The over 1,000-square-foot Oceanside suite, in the building closest to the ocean, also offers a spacious kitchen complete with granite counter-tops and stainless steel appliances. This Anguilla villa costs $235 per night during the offseason and during Carnival, $525 during the holidays, and $375 during peak season.
The Fountain has four penthouse one-bedroom suites. The Oceanside penthouse is located in the building closest to Shoal Bay, while the poolside penthouse overlooks the hotel’s central pool. The vaulted ceilings, fully-equipped kitchen, and plentiful storage in both penthouses offer you a home away from home. Both penthouses cost $250 per night during the offseason and during Carnival, $575 during the holidays, and $425 during peak season.
Fun Things to See and Do on Anguilla
Home to a myriad of sightseeing and recreation, Anguilla is the perfect place to plan a fun and restful vacation in paradise.
Our calm, clear waters are ideal for water sports such as snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, stand up paddleboarding, kayaking, fishing, sailing, boating, and even kite surfing. Enlist the services of a local rental or charter company such as Anguilla Water Sports to help you get your beach day fun started!
Beaches in the area range from serene and secluded to lively and colorful. Popular sites like Shoal Bay, Maundays Bay, Meads Bay, Crocus Bay, and Rendezvous Bay are wonderful places to lay out on the sand and enjoy some time in the surf.
Beyond our beaches, however, are a variety of incredible attractions worth visiting. Dolphin Discovery Anguilla gives you and your guests the extraordinary chance to swim and play with real dolphins in the Caribbean, while the Aqua Park has high adrenaline obstacle course thrills right on the water—the only floating obstacle course in all of the Caribbean!
Out on the water past the shore, Anguilla is surrounded by small islands, also known as cays. These islands are largely uninhabited, such as Shrub Island and Dog Island (which are still cool to visit for their beautiful yet desolate ambiance, giving you the sensation of having a secluded island all to yourself). However, several of the islands are home to their own restaurant, including Scilly Cay, Sandy Island, and Prickly Pear Cay. Catch a ride on a water taxi, then enjoy a succulent feast of Anguillan lobster and strong rum punch!
On land, you can experience both the Anguilla of old and contemporary Anguilla.
Historic sites like the Wallblake House, the Warden’s Place, and the Old Factory paint a picture of Anguilla as it was during the era of plantations. The Heritage Collection Museum sums up the Anguillan historical and cultural experience nicely, while the phenomenal Fountain Cavern National Park gives visitors a chance to see ancient petroglyphs and an impressive statue carved from a stalagmite, all left behind by Anguilla’s first inhabitants.
For a taste of Anguilla in the modern day, plan a trip to the Valley, Sandy Ground, or both. In the Valley are Anguilla’s finest art galleries and charming boutiques, as well as the political, cultural, and geographic center of the island. Sandy Ground has a more touristy vibe, but its laidback atmosphere, exquisite dining, and entertaining nightlife make it well worth the visit.