The all-inclusive, couples only Keyonna Beach is situated on the south west of Antigua. Nestled on the beachfront of Turners beach, which is directly accessible from your private verandah. The island’s largest coral reef lies just ten minutes away offering amazing snorkelling and other water sport activities. This romantic and tranquil resort offers panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea and of the Monserrat island. Homely cottage-
Honeymoon resort information
Beach front pool cottageThis is definitely the cottage with the best location and amenities. With a floor area of 37m² the cottage is attractively furnished with handmade wooden furniture. The French doors of the cottage open onto the private verandah with comfortable upholstered chairs and its own plunge pool and from there onto the beach and the beautiful sea. Guests in this accommodation have their own Bali bed waiting for them on the sand.
If you want to truly relax, indulge in a massage which are available within the resorts spa. Its the perfect way to relax in the open air.
There are excursion tours to tempt you and of course the chance to see the phenomenal marine life of the coral reef. The protected mangrove swamp is worth discovering and a romantic stroll in the palm tree gardens with three different palms swaying in the breeze is perfect for honeymoon memories.
At Keyonna Beach Resort you can explore a range of incredible land and water tours to really get the most out of your time on the island.
Take a taxi ride along the coast of Keyonna Beach to a reserved area for an afternoon of kayaking or snorkeling, where you will see up to 900 palms, protected mangroves, Antigua’s biggest reef - Cades reef and a collection of exotic birdlife.
Just a 10 minute drive from Keyonna Beach is the Rain Forest Canopy Tour, an eco tour with a series of zip lines that sweep 300 feet long, you will get to see beautiful tropical sceneries as you descend across the rain forest.
If your feeling energetic, a one-hour climb to Mount Obama will give you some of the best views of the island, as this is Antigua’s highest point, you will see neighbouring islands of Montserrat and St. Kitts.
Since 2016, there has been a 'visiting Chef programme' when Chefs from abroad are invited to come and work alongside the dynamic team in the restaurant. This programme has been highly successful and the visiting Chefs have always been of the highest calibre.
There is a really good accompanying wine list and rums and cocktails are also available.