This is a landmark property in the history of the hospitality industry in Anguilla, a quaint tourist village scattered over more than 10 acres of land at the foot of the island’s most sheltered bay, Little Harbour. Overlooking the neighbouring southern isles and completely protected by a natural coral reef, Island Harbour has been identified as one of the ideal locations on the island for the development of a private marina. The area is impeccably communicated through the Jeremiah Gumbs Highway, which connects George Hill with Blowing Point, making the property easily and quickly accessible from the airport, the ferry terminal, and the administrative centre in The Valley.
The first luxury hotel on the island, Cinnamon Reef originally comprised 14 villas, 2 buildings with additional accommodation, tennis courts, a main house equipped with reception, restaurant, kitchen, boutiques, and all the rest of the usual amenities. Completed in 1981, the hotel was run by the same owner uninterruptedly until 2001. While some of the standing structures, in particular some of the 14 original villas, could still be used as the foundation for a new development, the property requires major reconstruction. For this very reason, the asking price is immensely competitive and further negotiable.
The potential of the Cinnamon Reef Resort is further enhanced by the fact that the adjoining lots of up to 23 acres are in the possession of a single owner and available for purchase. For further information contact us through the form below, send us an email or give us a call and we’ll be happy to discuss the details of this proposition.
Learn more about Little Harbour in our individual Anguilla real estate area profiles here.
- 14 villas
- Acreage: 10+ acres or 33 acres
- Potential for marina development
- Sheltered bay
- Year built: 1981