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Looking for a modest beach-front resort for our 30th anniversary

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For our 25th, we stayed with our brother and sister-in-law at the Coconut Beach Club in Antigua. It was the best getaway we could have imagined! The food was good, the staff was amazing and the resort was exactly what we wanted. We hiked every morning before breakfast and we booked boat trips and taxi tours... The problem is that we can't hope to ever match that perfect anniversary vacation! It was our first ever trip out of the USA and as travel virgins, we were completely swept away!
We have decided to try a new place so that we don't compare to that one perfect experience in Antigua... but we would like something comparable.
WE LOVED;
Beach front accomodations
Small, private beach
Small resort (I think it was about 30-40 rooms total)
Clean, friendly, simple atmosphere (we are not looking for pampered luxury)
Ability to wander without worry (we dont want to be stuck within the resort)
All inclusive (preferably including alcohol)
Close to town center (we could almost touch the cruise ships sailing by our back deck heading to port)
NO CHILDREN (I'm leaving my own children and grandchildren at home!)
Any ideas for a comparable resort somewhere in the carribean islands?

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