Copper and Lumber Store Hotel
The building is bursting with romance and charm, from the quaint central courtyard to the dark wooden floors. The walls are 3 feet thick , made from bricks used as ships ballast. Authentic restoration and conversion to a Georgian Inn was carried out in the 80’s.
Furnishings have been selected to suit the period, you do feel as though you have stepped back in time.
Each of the 14 suites and studios has been named after one of Lord Nelson's ships or their Commanders.
The hotel is a perfect venue for weddings, see our website for our dream package.
Eat at the Mainbrace restaurant overlooking the harbour or join us for Seafood Friday’s to sample delicious seafood under the stars. Seating is limited so please call to reserve or use our take-out menu.
This intimate Antiguan boutique hotel is situated at the centre of the historic Nelson’s Dockyard in English Harbour.
It was constructed by the British Navy during the period 1783 and was used to store the copper sheets and lumber for ship building and maintenance.