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“Characterful hotel by the harbour. The elegant rooms feature exposed beams, four-poster beds and wooden floors. Sun drenched terrace with large parasols overlooking Nelson's Dockyard, and charming restaurant serving local seafood. A wonderful spot to soak up the island's history & great for sailors.”

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“Characterful hotel by the harbour. The elegant rooms feature exposed beams, four-poster beds and wooden floors. Sun drenched terrace with large parasols overlooking Nelson's Dockyard, and charming restaurant serving local seafood. A wonderful spot to soak up the island's history & great for sailors.”

Hotel Overview

“We don't have a full review for this property yet, but it has been recommended and inspected by our Caribbean expert James Henderson, an independent travel journalist writing for the Telegraph and the Financial Times, including its luxury magazine How to Spend it, as well as being series editor of the Definitive Caribbean Guides'”

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Safe
  • Free wifi
  • Wifi
  • Four poster beds
  • Rooms with balcony/terrace
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Outdoor dining
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Library
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Swimming Pool
  • Outdoor pool
  • Restaurant
  • Serving local specialities with plenty of seafood!
  • Garden
  • Suites
  • Book a deluxe gunpowder suite for your own private infinity pool
  • Sitting Room
  • Air conditioning

Activities

  • Close to nightlife
  • There's a strip of bars and restaurant's close by.
  • Snorkelling
  • Sailing
  • Several sailing events held annually
  • Golf
  • Fishing
  • Watersports
  • Direct access to the bay
  • Windsurfing
  • Diving
  • Soul Immersion Diving Centre
  • Kayaking
  • Sights nearby
  • Right inside Nelson's Dockyard. Close to Shirley Heights & St Paul's Anglican Church, the island's oldest

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A good alternative for history buffs and those who don’t like the resort style of holidaying, this small, pretty building was built in 1788, four years after Nelson arrived in English Harbour. It was known as the Pitch and Tar Store – the ground floor was used to store pitch, turpentine and lead. Now it has a dozen bright, modern rooms and a spacious terrace overlooking the water, with an idyllic view of the yachts at anchor.

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19 rooms from $145 per night

Hotel Overview

Activities
  • Close to nightlife
  • There's a strip of bars and restaurant's close by.
  • Snorkelling
  • Sailing
  • Several sailing events held annually
  • Golf
  • Fishing
  • Watersports
  • Direct access to the bay
  • Windsurfing
  • Diving
  • Soul Immersion Diving Centre
  • Kayaking
  • Sights nearby
  • Right inside Nelson's Dockyard. Close to Shirley Heights & St Paul's Anglican Church, the island's oldest
Other highlights
  • Less £
  • Views
  • Most rooms have great views of Nelson's Dockyard and the bay
  • Free wifi
  • Four poster beds
  • Rooms with balcony/terrace
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Colonial
  • Charming
  • Historic
  • Seaviews
  • On the beach
  • Restaurant
  • Serving local specialities with plenty of seafood!
  • Chic
  • Traditional
  • On an island

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