Villa Information

General Property Questions:

What services are included in the Villa rate?

Including in the daily rate is a wide range of 5-star luxury services, including butler service, daily housekeeping services, on-site management and concierge services, beach attendant services, and 24-hour security.

A full complimentary continental breakfast is also included daily along with a complimentary bar selection on arrival.

What do chef services include?

Private Chef services include two meals per day in the chef-inclusive rates. Additional meals can be added for a fee. We will be happy to provide a quote on request. The price includes the chef. Ingredients are a separate charge.


All persons traveling to and from Anguilla must clear Customs and Immigration at either Blowing Point Ferry Terminal or at Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport. If you are arriving by private boat, you must contact and clear Customs and Immigration at Sandy Ground.

For more information contact our concierge or the Anguilla Department of Customs.


A passport valid at least six months beyond your arrival date, as well as return or onward tickets, are required for all visitors to Anguilla. Be sure to bring your passport with you on any day trips to neighboring islands.

Green Cards

Green card holders must have a valid green card and a valid passport from their country of origin. In some cases, visas are still required for entry into Anguilla. Please see the list of countries from which visas are required below.


For the latest information on Nationals requiring visas or Direct Airside Transit Visas to enter Anguilla please click here.

Visa Applications

Visit a British consulate for visa applications. Find a British Consulate near you.

Are private planes, boats, and yachts welcome on Anguilla?

Private planes may land at Anguilla’s Clayton J. Lloyd Airport (AXA), but there are size restrictions.

If you are arriving by private boat or yacht, you must contact and clear Anguilla Customs and Immigration at Sandy Ground.

Our concierge can assist you with making arrangements and confirm all requirements.

May I bring my pet or service animal to Anguilla?

Long Bay Villas is a pet friendly property. Please contact us for our villa pet policies. Visit the Anguilla Agricultural Department for information on importation.

Do I need to rent a car in Anguilla? Is there public transportation, taxis, or car services?

Contact our concierge to arrange approved transportation from your port of entry. There aren’t any buses, trains, or other on-island public transportation in Anguilla. Most residents bike, walk or own cars.

For your convenience, we can arrange a luxury car or van service to collect you from the airport or ferry and drive you in comfort to Long Bay Villas and chauffeur you to beaches, restaurants, and sites throughout your stay. For weddings and corporate events, group transportation options are available.

If you prefer to drive yourselves, we can arrange a rental car, jeep, or SUV which can be picked up at the ferry terminal or airport.

Anguilla taxis are best for short trips as fares can be expensive and there are extra charges for after 6 pm pick-ups, additional people, and baggage. All taxis are registered, the rates are set, and you can confirm your fare in advance with the dispatcher.

What are the legal requirements for driving in Anguilla?

Anguilla has one main road that connects one end of the island to the other, with many smaller roads feeding into it. It takes about 30 minutes to drive its length. Driving is on the left-hand side of the road, and the speed limit is 30 mph. To drive, you must be 18 years old, show a valid driver’s license from your resident country, and obtain an Anguilla driver’s license. One can be procured for $20 US from your rental car company. Our concierge is happy to assist you with car rentals. You’ll quickly notice that most businesses and accommodations don’t have detailed street addresses, often just listing their location as “The Valley” or referring to the bay or road on which they are located

Is there Internet and cell phone service in Anguilla?

Wi-Fi is available throughout our estate. The villas also have a landline phone for local calls, and we can arrange local cell phones for your use while on the island or recommend services through your carrier. Most everyone carries a cell phone, and the most common area code is 264. Whatsapp is a very popular way to communicate on the island.

Where can I receive medical services or fill prescriptions on Anguilla?

Our concierge can offer recommendations and assist with any arrangements. Princess Alexandria Hospital in The Valley offers routine medical and surgical care (including dialysis), as well as a 24-hour emergency room. Phone: 264-497-2551. There are also several medical clinics around the island.

For major medical emergencies, please call 911. Patients can be evacuated via air ambulance to St. Maarten, Puerto Rico, or Miami, Florida.

How do I reach local government, police, or fire services?

Our concierge will assist you with any questions or in the case of an emergency. You can also contact them directly as follows:
Police/Fire/Ambulance/Emergency: 911
Police Headquarters (Non-Emergency): 264-497-2333
Department of Immigration: 264-497-3444
Department of Customs: 264-497-2513
General Post Office: 264-497-2528

What are the legal requirements to get married in Anguilla, and how many days in advance do we need to be on the island?

Local law requires a man and woman seeking to be married in Anguilla to be legally married at the courthouse or in one of the island’s Protestant or Catholic churches after being on the island for at least 48 hours and fulfilling license application requirements with the magistrate. Your wedding concierge will help facilitate this typically easy process, and it can be followed by a ceremonial service anywhere you wish. As an alternative, couples of all types and religions may choose to marry before arriving on Anguilla and/or hold their commitment service, ceremonial wedding, or vow renewal at the estate or on the beach.