The Estate House is the epitome of stylish Caribbean dining. Ringed by fragrant gardens of palm trees, hibiscus and wild orchids, this ivy-clad colonial house built in 1830 was once the heart of the island's sugar plantation. Today it is Jumby Bay's gourmet dining restaurant, showcasing fine Italian cuisine.
Center stage is a romantic terrace, where guests dine amid sweet-smelling breezes overlooking the sea as Antigua’s lights twinkle across the bay. (Menu standouts include roasted butternut ravioli with truffle butter, sautéed shrimp with local farm fresh vegetables, and seafood risotto with asparagus.)
Upstairs, you can enjoy the rustic old-world elegance of the Estate Bar, serving a mix of classic libations, and home to Jumby Bay's weekly rum tasting, where guests can learn about the history of this quintessentially Antiguan spirit.
Monday to Saturday (closed on Sunday), 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
(Hours may vary slightly with the season)
To preserve the elegant but casual atmosphere of Jumby Bay, both ladies and gentlemen may wear smart-casual resort wear for this dinner-only restaurant.
Overlooking the Caribbean Sea on the southwestern edge of the island.