Admiral’s Inn : Comfort and style mixed with history

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  • 34 rooms and suites – all with airconditioning
  • Delightful waterside setting
  • 2 excellent open-air restaurants
  • Large infinity pool
  • Spa, gardens and historic terraces
  • Shuttle boat service to nearby Freeman’s beach
  • Kayaks to explore the harbour
  • A short stroll to the shops, bars, cafes and restaurants of historic Nelson’s Dockyard

About Admiral’s Inn

Nelson’s Dockyard and the neighbouring English harbour form the most fascinating and delightful area of Antigua, and right in the middle of the dockyard sits the iconic and historic building that is Admiral’s Inn. The Georgian dockyard was completely restored during the 1950’s and the Inn is at the heart of this collection of historic buildings that house shops of all types, cafes and restaurants, museums and local businesses.

Admiral’s Inn has a wonderfully cosy feel to it but it is large enough to have 34 rooms and suites spread amongst four historic buildings, all of which are right by the ocean.
The pick of these rooms are the luxurious Gunpowder Suites but all the rooms are beautifully furnished and full of character.

There are two lovely open-air restaurants at the Inn – Pillars, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner each day is set in an exquisite walled garden, whilst Boom is situated poolside and is the more casual of the two.

Guests will love the delightful infinity pool with comfy loungers and the kayaks with which to explore the harbour, and there is a complimentary shuttle boat to the beach in Freeman’s bay. Guests can also enjoy a range of activities like yoga, tennis, scuba diving, hiking etc.

Admiral’s Inn is a wonderful place to stay in itself but it also gives guests the easiest of access to Nelson’s Dockyard – one of the most interesting and enjoyable areas of Antigua – indeed, in our opinion – the whole of the Caribbean.

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