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A charming, historic boutique hotel set in a secluded section of 18th century Nelson's Dockyard, offering casual elegance and friendly, personal service, provides the perfect backdrop for relaxation, romance, ...Morespecial events and being active if you choose.The 23 rooms and suites are housed in 4 historic buildings on the waterfront and a headland 100 yards across the bay. The hotel offers a small non-swimming beach, spectacular infinity edged pool, a spa and two excellent open-air restaurants, Pillars and Boom. There is a complimentary boat shuttle to the swimming beach in Freeman's Bay and kayaks to explore the harbour. The perfect hotel for relaxing in peace and quiet or for finding plenty of activities (sailing, scuba diving, hiking, snorkeling, yoga) and fun (several restaurants and nightlife) only 5 - 10 minutes away. A great spot for honeymoons and weddings for 2 to 200. Less
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All reviewsinfinity poolthe main hotelpillars restaurantgun powdernelson's dockyardgarden roomsteeped in historyart gallerypigeon beachbar restaurantgalleon beachmain parthistoric hoteloverlooking the harbourstayed here for two nightsboat ridebars and restaurants
Enjoyed a stay that was superlative. Accommodation was of excellent quality. The staff were always attentive, helpful and welcoming. The premises evoked history and good for romance. Highly recommended. A 9.8 rating.
The Halls family
My wife and I have just returned from a 9 day stay at the Admirals Inn. We have been lucky enough to visit Antigua on several occasions as a friend has a rather superb villa
there. On this occasion we needed to make other arrangements...More
The staff could not be friendlier and the accommodations were clean and quaint. We loved the history of the area and the location. Lots to do. The rum punch you receive upon arrival is amazing, definitely indulge!
I stayed for four days in one of the upstairs room of the Admiral's Inn during July. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The views of the harbour were spectacular and the onsite restaurant made for great dining. Cecil was able to take me...More
I stayed at this hotel recently for 4 nights. It is the first time I have ever stayed in 'room only' accommodation in the Caribbean and I can't wait to return. It was off peak season therefore, many of the restaurants in the local vicinity...More