Warden's Place

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.

Exhibits and Offerings

The historical site offers a restaurant for patron use.

Staying Close

Warden's Place is located in the Valley, which means visitors to this part of Anguilla will be pleased to have easy site access for the duration of their trip. With only a few accommodations around the region around Warden's Place, only moderate foot traffic should be predicted.

Hotels near Warden's Place
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Lloyd's Bed and Breakfast B & B -- --
Las Esquinas B & B 2.5 mi. (2.5 km) S

Location and What's Nearby

Despite the fact that many guests will look forward to eating on-site during their trip to Warden's Place, there are other options. There are several picks of eateries to choose from in the region surrounding this historical site. The most frequented nearby eatery is Da' Vida Restaurant & Spa, which sells American fare. Blue Bar & Brick Oven Pizza Restaurant and Ken's Pork are some of the additional nearby lunch and dinner possibilities. At Ken's Pork you should try a bite of Caribbean dishes and enjoy the culture of Anguilla.


Operating Hours

The daily schedule for this historical site is not readily available, meaning your party's best chance at success is calling ahead to make sure the property is going to be open to guests when you and your party plan to make an appearance.


Arrive at this attraction ready to pay the price of admission, which your party can nail down by calling beforehand.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (264) 497-2930

Location: Coronation Avenue, Anguilla


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