Alcyon is a magnificent 8000 square foot 5 bedroom Mediterranean-style villa located seaside on the beautiful island of Anguilla. Its location allows for spectacular sunrises and sunsets to be enjoyed from the expansive travertine terraces surrounding the stunning infinity edge swimming pool. From every vantage point of Alcyon, the unique design provides breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea, the islands of St. Martin, St. Barths, Saba and St. Kitts, while capturing the prevailing tropical trade winds of this undiscovered paradise.
Alcyon's elegantly designed interior features a grand two story living area, exotic hardwood ceilings, custom Italian metalwork, travertine tiling as well as marble and granite surfaces throughout. You will experience elegant, yet comfortable, indoor and outdoor living and dining areas, two indulgent master bedroom suites with whirlpools and grand walk-in closets, two guest bedrooms, state of the art appliances in a "cook's kitchen", and luxurious bed and bath linens. Alcyon also offers an expansive ocean view suite with kitchen ideal for guests requiring complete privacy or separate accommodations for a nanny, chef, etc.
Alcyon includes a mid-size car rental, complimentary continental breakfast, 24 hour property management, maid service, gardening and swimming pool services. The following services may also be arranged - transportation, including airport pick up, additional car rental, chef, masseuse, personal trainer, childcare services, tour guide and other personal services. Alcyon awaits you - please inquire how to enjoy your quiet elegance by the sea and reserve your private Caribbean getaway in Seafeathers Bay, Anguilla.
We are now accepting reservations for the upcoming season with special introductory rates. Please see our Rates and Reservations
About the Name
Alcyon Villa is named after the Belted Kingfisher (Ceryle Alcyon
), a bird native to Anguilla and represented on the national stamp. This bird is also the basis of the term "Halcyon Days." According to myth, at mid-winter when the sea storms are strongest, the kingfisher lays its eggs in the sand on the shore. For seven days the kingfisher hatches the eggs, and for an additional seven days it
nourishes them. During those fourteen days the sea remains calm, unnaturally for the season.
Sailors know that during this time they will not be threatened by storms, and call this the "halcyon
days" after the Latin name of the kingfisher. Source: The Medieval Bestiary.
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