Antigua has 365 beaches, one for each day of the year. The great majority rest inside the calm, protected waters of the island’s Caribbean side, and visitors are welcome.
Nelson’s Dockyard on Antigua is like a little piece of Britain in the sun. Admiral Horatio Nelson arrived in 1784 to develop a base for the British Navy at English Harbour. Today Nelson’s Dockyard has been completely restored, and it is now the only Georgian dockyard in the world. Do come and explore this remarkable location – it is like stepping back in time.
BVI Holidays can offer you the chance to visit Antigua either en route to the British Virgin Islands or returning from the BVI before you head back home. A lovely finish to an already amazing holiday.
The Copper and Lumber Store hotel is situated in the centre of historic Nelson’s Dockyard in English Harbour, Antigua in one of the original buildings constructed by Lord Nelson during 1784 and consists of 14 suites or studios, each named after one of Lord Nelson’s ships. The conversion of the hotel from a Copper and Lumber Store was completed in 1988. The rooms are beautifully finished with period furniture and fittings and is truly like stepping back in time.
The Inn at English Harbour is a beautiful boutique hotel with only 28 rooms and stunning views over tropical gardens and the white sand beach.
The Inn has 4 Beachfront rooms where you can “fall” out of bed and be in the sea in seconds for that early morning swim.
COCOS Hotel on the island of Antigua is situated on a bluff overlooking the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. This quiet, adults only resort is a unique collection of 30 individual wooden cottages built by local craftsmen and offering breathtaking panoramic views.