Overlooking Sandy Hill Bay, this old fort was the colonist and British took their final stand against an invading French Force in 1796. In the end, the French were defeated and thanks to "The Battle of Anguilla", the island remained part of the British Empire. In addition to this bit of history, the site also offers pretty nice views too.
A welcoming part of Anguilla is a good option for those wishing to visit Old Fort at Sandy Hill, since those staying in this region of Anguilla will have the benefit of easy access to this historic attraction during their visit. There is a sufficient number of lodgings in the neighborhood within range of Old Fort at Sandy Hill.
|Serenity Cottages||Cottages||3.0 mi. (5.3 km)||N|
|Allamanda Beach Club||Hotel||3.1 mi. (5.3 km)||N|
|Ku Hotel||Hotel||3.2 mi. (5.0 km)||NNW|
|Arawak Beach Inn||Hotel||3.3 mi. (7.1 km)||N|
There are multitudes of restaurants to pick from in the region surrounding this historical site. Fat Cat Gourmet to Go, which plates up American fare, is very close-by, making it a great option for patrons here. The dining establishment is a slight ways off, but distant enough that you may want to decide on having a particular type of transport to get there. English Rose Restaurant and offer additional dining options close-by where you will be able to try a new dish and experience the Anguilla culture.
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