You step into the lobby, set in a late-17th-century storehouse, and you’ve been transported. This is no ordinary hotel, from the brick walls to the massive columns just down the plaza. Places like the Admiral’s Inn are something special — they’re small, intimate inns, somewhere in the charming median between a bed and breakfast and a boutique hotel. Here are seven Caribbean inns where you can find precisely that kind of getaway.
Admiral’s Inn The aforementioned inn is set in the heart of Nelson’s Dockyard, Antigua’s recently-crowned UNESCO World Heritage site that was Horatio Nelson’s haunt from 1784 to 1787, and it’s a lovingly restored property with well-designed rooms and a throwback vibe.