Win a dream holiday
Complete The Telegraph Travel Awards 2017 survey and you could win a four-night luxury stay at Jumby Bay Island, set just off the coast of Antigua
Jumby Bay Island is a playground for watersports enthusiasts
Jumby Bay Island is an inclusive luxury retreat set on its own enchanting 300-acre private island, two miles off the coast of Antigua in the West Indies. Accessible only by boat, the resort and Estate Homes offer guests a relaxed and authentic Caribbean escape with superb white-sand beaches, an array of world-class dining options and activities including sailing, cross fit, kayaking and yoga. You will stay in a privately owned and beautifully designed home, usually part of a discreet rental pool which attracts many celebrities and influential individuals from around the world.
Two people will have the chance to experience a taste of Jumby Bay Island, staying in one of the luxurious privately owned Estate Homes (there are only 19 on the island). You will enjoy full access to Jumby Bay Island’s world-renowned facilities and services, in addition to having a dedicated team of personal staff in your home to include a housekeeper, chef and butler. For four nights, you will live in luxury in a home approximately 10,000 sq ft in size, with a private pool, private beach area and other facilities. Your stay is fully complimentary meaning all meals, drinks and a variety of activities will be included in the prize – you can dine at every restaurant on the island within this offering.
While on island, you will be able to enjoy a couple’s massage in the spa, private yoga sessions in the yoga pavilion and spend the day on board the island’s private 45 ft custom-built yacht, Yennecot.
Surrounded by warm crystal waters, Jumby Bay Island is a playground for watersports enthusiasts of all levels. A variety of complimentary activities including water-skiing, windsurfing, paddleboarding, kayaking and snorkelling are also offered in an itinerary for all guests on island. Dine in the signature bar and restaurant, The Estate House, which reopened December 2016 following a multi- million pound renovation.
The plantation house, which dates from around 1830, once the centerpiece of the island’s sugar plantation and the oldest building on Jumby Bay Island, has been returned to its former grandeur with a design scheme and culinary concept inspired by the home’s rich history and island traditions. The new Estate House has a main restaurant and bar with three new private dining rooms each featuring a different island-inspired menu, as well as a wine room.
Renowned for providing discerning travellers with world-class service, Jumby Bay Island, managed by the Oetker Collection, has long been
lauded for its attention to detail, its stunning spa, restaurants, bars and on island activities.
An ancient coral reef first discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493 and claimed by the British in 1632, Jumby Bay Island takes its name from “jumbie,” the local term for a “playful spirit”. Held by a series of owners, including a family of sugar planters, the island was developed into a luxury resort in the 1980s. Today, the island is owned by a passionately committed group of homeowners, and the resort is a reflection of their casual elegant island lifestyle.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The prize consists of a four-night complimentary stay in a privately owned Estate Home on Jumby Bay Island for two guests. Flights are not included. Valid for reservations until December 18, 2017 and from May 1 to June 30, 2018. Reservation requests will be accepted six weeks prior to arrival; reservation dates are upon request; prize is non transferrable. For full terms and conditions, see telegraph.co.uk/ tt-travelprizes
The winner will experience Jumby Bay Island, main and top, as well as spending a day on the island’s yacht, above, and enjoying a couple’s massage, right