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The Copper and Lumber Store Historic Inn
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Reviewed March 7, 2013

We wound up here by accident because the boat we were waiting for wasn't ready. It was a beautiful surprise in the end. This historical building is in a cozy and picturesque dockyard, manicured like a museum. We were even in time for the Friday night seafood bake/party which was full of flavour, welcoming and friendly. Felt very much at home here. We had the caribbean lobster, crab, and lobster cakes. ... and some wine and rum punch. The staff at this hotel were very nice. One of us accidentally injured our leg during the evening and the manager, usher, and desk attendant all went to great lengths to help us. They were so friendly. The room was historic, very clean and the bed was firm, but comfortable after a long flight. Breakfast in the courtyard was dreamy. We would love to stay here again.

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank captain_cranky
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Reviewed February 4, 2013

Maybe it is not the Best hotel on Antigua for amenities etc, but the sense of history and lovely dark woods and that view across the yachts and harbor ... it is priceless.

I highly recommend a 2 night stay here for any adventurer. The days of pirates andNelson and all that are still hiding in the woodwork here and springs out whenever you do mundane things like brush your teeth while staring at a tea clipper that came into town last night.

Nice and easy place that is set inside a national park to get away from the hustlers and noisy expat bars.

Take a walk up the hill and get such a wonderful view.

Johnny Depp would love it.

Room Tip: Ask for direct harbor view.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled with friends
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2  Thank KanuckCalledWanda
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Reviewed August 14, 2012

We went on a Friday night to the Seafood Bake at the Copper & Lumber Store Restaurant. They aren't ready to serve until about 7 even though the poster says 6. The food was delicious. Coconut shrimp was the best we've had and everything else was wonderful too! A great view and a perfect sxetting for a friday night seafood bake.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank il0veeur0pe
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Reviewed May 2, 2012

Copper and Lumber Company provides excellent accommodations in the historic Nelson Dockyard.

We stayed in the Africa Suite, a two story room with a living room overlooking the dock area and a bedroom with King bed. The furnishings were traditional and lovely and we would point out the beautiful dark wood work throughout.

Note that in this unit, the bath is downstairs from the bedroom and the air conditioning is only in the bedroom.

The staff is very friendly and helpful. The dockyards area is well worth a visit and so is Falmouth Bay a short walk away. We stayed during the annual sailing races and having a close up view of some of the most beautiful sailing yachts in the world was a special pleasure.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank winetraveler17
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Reviewed February 25, 2012

Copper and Lumber Restaurant, a great find in Nelsons Historic Dockyard where all the a buzz of energy bringing new life to the old buildings.

We were lucky to be the first to try the new new outdoor eating terrace which soon became fully occupied. We had great service and excellent food so all in all a great al fresco experience but if preferred you can eat inside.

On Friday nights they hold a fish night where you can choose a selection of interesting dishes to go with the seafood main of your choice all at a very good price. Drinks are also excellent value, music and good company give a party atmosphere to the dock. A great way to spend a Friday Evening.

Room Tip: Sorry we didn't stay at the hotel but would advise to book a room overlooking the Marina Dock for great views. The whole area is very quiet after 11pm and helpful, friendly security guards patrol after dark. We have found the whole area to be very friendly and safe.
  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank Allgoodthyngs
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