Wishing you were here in Antigua & Barbuda for the new tourist season? Moon Gate Hotel & Spa is fast taking shape above Half Moon Bay and take a look at Cedars Pottery handcrafted ceramic homewares.
The new tourist season is almost upon us. Our 13th Moon Gate Hotel & Spa newsletter gives a sneak peek at some of the upcoming highlights. We take a closer look at some of the exceptional amenities the Moon Gate Hotel & Spa. We also showcase homewares by Cedars Pottery. Their chic ceramics add an extra touch of class to your home. All this is – in Issue 13 of our Moon Gate newsletter
As winter approaches and the tropical humidity subsides to cooler temperatures, excitement is mounting as the new tourist season swings into gear.
Fresh new additions to the dining scene include Gather Steakhouse which is quickly becoming a favourite among foodies for its superlative quality Black Angus fare.
Meanwhile, the landmark Weatherills plantation property in Marble Hill was recently transformed into the country’s newest hotel.
The estate underwent a major restoration to create a seven-bedroom boutique hotel. Also the new Weatherills Rekindled restaurant has an inspired menu.
You already know Moon Gate Hotel & Spa will feature sophisticated suites, unsurpassed service and an enviable location. But did you know the resort above Half Moon Bay beach will offer a host of excellent amenities too?
Developers Gaye Hechme and Cameron Fraser are as passionate about their work as they are about Antigua and Barbuda. And that’s why they are determined to ensure their guests’ every need is catered to.
There will be a full service à la carte restaurant at the resort’s centrepiece. A wellness spa will offer a diverse range of treatments. The informal café will allow you to grab a coffee or just relaxing with a book. There will also be a lounge and lobby bar.
A well-equipped gym, two large guest swimming pools with day beds, and a resort shop are all being completed onsite.
Issue 13 of our newsletter includes a full construction summary of progress made at Moon Gate Hotel & Spa.
If you like your homeware hand-crafted, eye-catching and utterly unique,
we can’t think of a better place to start than Cedars Pottery.
Husband and wife, sculptor Michael Hunt and ceramicist Imogen Margrie-Hunt have been creating one-of-a-kind pieces from their Buckleys studio/gallery for almost three decades.
Hand-thrown decorated tableware, ceramic wall pieces, lighting sconces, fountains, garden sculptures and grand stone carvings are among the eclectic items they offer.
Check out Cedars Pottery online for more information and contact details.