The Estate House is the epitome of stylish dining in a delightful Caribbean setting.  Set overlooking the sea and the lights of Antigua and surrounded by a fragrant garden of palm trees, hibiscus and wild orchids, the classic colonial house (c. 1830) was once the centerpiece of the island sugar plantation. Now it's a sanctuary of civilized dining highlighted by romantic sophistication with Italian-inspired cuisine.

The menu of The Estate House features selections of short courses and entrees with bold flavors. Among the menu's many highlights: Roasted Butternut Ravioli with Truffle Butter, Sautéed Shrimp with Local Farm Fresh Vegetables in Citrus sauce, Grilled Sea Bass and Mediterranean Salsa and Seafood Risotto with Asparagus.

HOURS

Dinner: 
Monday to Saturday (closed on Sunday), 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
(Hours may vary slightly with the season)

DETAILS

Dress Code:
To preserve the elegant but casual atmosphere of the Caribbean's most exclusive private island resort, ladies may wear pareos or cover-ups over swimwear; gentlemen may wear polos or t-shirts with swim shorts at breakfast and lunch. At dinner resort wear is appropriate for ladies and gentlemen.

Location:
Set overlooking the sea and the lights of Antigua and surrounded by a fragrant garden of palm trees, hibiscus and wild orchids on the western edge of the island.