Just like many of the Caribbean Islands, Anguilla depended, in part, on the sugar trade. Warden's Place was once a sugar plantation that was built in the 1790's. Great wealth passed to and from this house, and it would eventually become the house of the island's administrator. Today it is known as a place to have breakfast.
This historic site is home to a tasty eatery where guests can fill up on food and beverages.
You may enjoy staying in the Valley if you plan on visiting Warden's Place, as visitors to this region of Anguilla will be excited to have easy access to this historic attraction during their time there. With just a small number of hotels in the area surrounding this historical site, less foot traffic can be anticipated.
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There are a couple of close-by open air enterprises to participate in when you aren't taking in Warden's Place. Guests who enjoy showing their talents at the golf course, can do so at the closest option, which is CuisinArt Resort Golf Course. If you aren't a golfer, consider spending some time at Crocus Bay, the closest beach. Also, your group will likely come across a couple more outdoor opportunities in the vicinity. Visitors to this historic site will find themselves close to a small selection of additional landmarks only a short distance away. Just up the road is , one of the few additional attractions available right around the historic site.
The operating hours for the historic site aren't readily available, meaning your party's top option is phoning ahead of time to ensure the property will be open for business when you and your party plan to visit.
For price of admission, call Warden's Place beforehand to find out if they charge, and if so, how much.
Phone Number: (264) 497-2930
Location: Coronation Avenue, the Valley, Anguilla
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