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Pineapple House - Crew House -Shared Accommodation

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Located in the heart of English Harbour, just above the Antigua Yacht Club with views of Superyachts in Falmouth Harbour, Pineapple House - Crew House offers various Queen and Twin-size beds with mosquito nets for solo adventurers, who do not mind sharing a room and bathroom with crew on charter yachts. Close to nightlife, public transport, Pigeon Point beach, Nelson's Dockyard, you’ll love Pineapple House for the views, the West Indian architecture, and the party life.

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Because we reserve Pineapple House Crew House for walk-in reservations, we cannot list this cottage on Insta-book. Please email us to check availability and make reservations. The Crew House accommodates a maximum of eight guests, dormitory-style, but four guests is typical.....

Although the Crew House has four Queen beds that are dormitory-style, located in various alcoves around the house, offering some privacy, it offers more privacy than the beds on the verandah of the main house, because it is open to only those guests staying in it, whereas the beds on the verandah are located in main lobby, where people come and go at whim.

Because the Crew House has many rooms and beds, this house is a great option for a large group of four to eight guests.

Not only is the bathroom at the Crew house shared by guests staying in the cottage itself, it is also shared by guests staying in the Annex. The shower has no hot water, but there is an outside shower nearby, which helps with flow and is particularly useful after visits to the beach.

WiFi is available in the main house only.

All beds have mosquito nets, which tuck in, in order for them to work.

The Crew House has a very basic private kitchen with fridge, sink, stove top, pots and pans. Guests staying at the Crew House usually use the kitchen in the main house as well, and people do cook quite alot at Pineapple, as restaurant costs add up.... There's a grocery store near by at the Antigua Yacht Club Marina.

Located on a steep hillside, Pineapple House property has lots of stairs.

The Crew House at Pineapple House is open from late October to late May annually. Come stay with us!

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Guests are welcome to walk the paths that meander through the gardens and private guest houses on the property. Mango, guava, banana, and avocado trees grow on the 3 hillside acres that we have here. The lobby of the main house is open to all guests; this is where we congregate for parties and sundowners in the evening. It's also where guests go online to use the internet. We welcome guests to relax and lounge here any time of day. The gazebo is a little hut near the front gate that has a roof, seating, table, and electrical sockets that offers a little more privacy for telephone calls and internet service. Various outdoor showers are dotted here and there. Pineapple House has a stand up paddle board, which guests are welcome to use to paddle around Falmouth Harbour. Although we use the lobby of the main house for sundowners and parties in the evening, guests should be aware that the main house sometimes doubles as sleeping areas for various friends and guests.

Mambo mengine ya kukumbuka
There is no TV or air conditioning at Pineapple House.
Guests are invited for sundowners at the main house each evening.
All the cottages are open to the wind, and mosquitos do make their way in. Each bed has a mosquito net, fan, and reading light, and there is a Mosquito Magnet in the yard, which we rebait every three weeks.
Guests are asked to use water sparingly, as water is scarce on the island.
Pineapple House has wonderful ocean views, but there are lots of stairs; we are located on a steep hillside....
Pineapple House caters primarily to couples; dormitory-style beds are available for individuals in the main house.
Internet is available in the main house and gazebo only; we welcome guests to use the service in the main house any time.
We are open from October to May.
Located in the heart of English Harbour, just above the Antigua Yacht Club with views of Superyachts in Falmouth Harbour, Pineapple House - Crew House offers various Queen and Twin-size beds with mosquito nets for solo adventurers, who do not mind sharing a room and bathroom with crew on charter yachts. Close to nightlife, public transport, Pigeon Point beach, Nelson's Dockyard, you’ll love Pineapple House for the v… soma zaidi

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English Harbour, Saint Paul, Antigua na Barbuda

English Harbour is the heart of the Caribbean yachting industry. Home to historic Nelson's Dockyard, an 18th century British naval dockyard, it is where Admiral Horatio Nelson refitted his Ships of the Line from 1784 to 1787. Today it is home to enormous Super Yachts, arriving from Europe from December to May. The two marinas where they berth in Falmouth Harbour is right under our view!

Antigua Yacht Club is located across the street from Pineapple.... It hosts racing regattas.... Upstairs there is a really fun sushi bar; downstairs a restaurant, open to the public that hosts rock bands some evenings. Out on the dock there are more snack bars and an outdoor seating area that caters to all the shops. A book store, grocery store, and chandlery complete the businesses found at the Antigua Yacht Club Marina.

Moving down the road a bit past various sky rise hotels, Temo Sports is a tennis center with bar and restaurant, famous for its great breakfasts... Next door is Titi's Rent a Car, but it's much less expensive to rent a car in advance online....

Mad Mongoose is next door, a well known bar and restaurant that offers live music and free wireless. It's one of many popular bars in the area where people off the boats gather with friends late into the night.

Along Dockyard Drive is Life Bar and Restaurant, a vegetarian Restaurant... Next door is a clothes boutique and my cousin Nancy Nicholson's pottery shop, Rhythm In Blue.... Nancy is famous for her large, blue, signature dinner platters, and she sells local art and jewelry besides.

Treehouse is across the street and offers body massage, pedicures, and facials. There are two scuba diving shops in that area, including Dockyard Divers, run by our good friend Tony Fincham, a one-time Nicholson Yacht Charter captain..... Tony dives the Pillars of Hercules at the entrance to English Harbour, famous for its large pelagic fish.

Cap Horn is a restaurant next to Rhythm In Blue that serves delicious French cuisine. Grace Before Meals comes next, a local place that serves excellent, low-cost Roti. Further along is Abracadabra, a fun Italian restaurant that is open for dinner, followed by Music and Dancing, that stays open late into the night.... Beyond That Is A Real Estate Shop....

Now you enter Nelson's Dockyard, where The Admirals Inn has a delightful terrace, which we recommend you visit for an al fresco lunch or dinner under the casuarina trees and stars.... Outside the Admirals Inn in the parking lot is an ATM machine and bank.

Galley Bar Is hamburgers and bar. Next is Hotspot, run by our friend Gay Nichols, which Is breakfast and lunch - paninis and delicious salads, eggs and bacon.... Gay does food well. Some evenings they open for Improv Night, where everybody does a homegrown skit....

Upstairs in the Officers Quarters is a place called Headquarters, which has delicious wine.... Beyond that there is The Copper And Lumber Store, which has fish Friday, a popular place, frequented by yachtsmen....

In the Powder Magazine across from the Admirals Inn there's a restaurant called Boom, which is a spa, bar, restaurant and pool. With walls 15 feet thick with slits for ventilation, the Powder Magazine is where the British stored gun powder during the 18th Century. There are four Powder Magazines in English Harbour, at Boom, Fort Berkley, Block House, and on the road to Shirley Heights.

Further back toward the Antigua Yacht Club there's another place....Italian...excellent for lunch...called Rum Baba.... It's really good. We also forgot Trappas Bar on Dockyard Drive; they have excellent meals, a popular place for dinner....Seared Tuna and the like....frequented by the higher class locals from town....

Farther afield, we recommend visits to historic Shirley Heights, Block House, and Clarence House; the view of the Caribbean Sea and Guadeloupe are not to be missed! Shirley Heights Lookout hosts a popular jump up every Sunday evening, where people gather at 5 pm sharp to watch the sun go down; be warned....the bar serves 150 proof rum!

Jacqui's restaurant on Fig Tree Drive is a great place to watch the sun set over the horizon with sundowners; stop along the way to zipline over the rain forest; swim gorgeous Darkwood Beach.

Libby's friend Greg operates Barbuda Express (ferry boat), which offers daily boat rides to Barbuda, where lobster picnics can be arranged on the 20 mile long beach, famous for its turquoise water. During mating season in March hire a boat and driver to see the amazing frigate birds!

It's fun to go with a group to let the boys arrange a picnic for you on Bird Island off Antigua's Hodges Bay; they have snorkel gear for you to enjoy the reefs with. Since Antigua has 365 beaches, many of them with hotels, it's fun to hotel hop, if you're renting a car. It's also fun to stop at the roadside bars on Fig Tree Drive, hobnob with the locals, and order beers.

If you enjoy reading, I recommend 'To Shoot Hard Labour', a memoir by Samuel Smith, an Antiguan working man, who lived 100 years during slavery; get to know many of Antigua's British governors; order the book ahead on Amazon. Visit Betty's Hope (a sugar plantation mentioned in the book) and Devil's Bridge on Antigua's sparkling eastern coast; stop for a swim and a snorkel at Half Moon Bay; have lunch at Harmony Hall and shop at their inexpensive boutique.

When you're in St. Johns, a must-visit is the public market; located next to the public bus depot, the public market is a great place to stock up on fresh, local nutmeg, vanilla, spices and herbs, grown locally on the island or imported from Dominica and Grenada, to take back home with you. While you're in St. Johns, we recommend visiting our uncle's archeological museum; he dedicated his life to researching the Carib and Arawak Indians in the West Indies, and there are all manner of sod houses, tools from 400 years ago, and stories of how these native people migrated from South America in dugout canoes.

Of course, a stroll through Nelson's Dockyard is an absolute must, along with a visit to the museum to see model ships of Britain's Ships of the Line and artefacts, such as the planters' china, soldiers' buttons, and uniforms; it was our father who swum up the figurehead of the women's bust from the bottom of English Harbour. During the 1960s cannon balls were to be found everywhere on the hillsides surrounding English Harbour; we have a few 25 pounders to show you at Pineapple House. After visiting the museum in Nelson's Dockyard, have lunch under the Casuarina trees and ruins of the Sail Loft (now an aquarium) on the terrace of the Admiral's Inn. Following lunch, a short hike out to Fort Berkley at the entrance to English Harbour is rewarding and not strenous at all with its powder magazine, gun ramparts, and views of Nelson's Dockyard.

One of the most scenic drives in Antigua is the coastal road that wraps around Willoughby Bay on the south side of the island; the best place to start this drive is English Harbour, because the sun shining behind you onto Willoughby Bay shows up the colors of the water best; heading east toward the town of Bethesda, what a photo op!

Closer to home, a 5-minute walk from Pineapple House is Pigeon Beach, where there are two beach bars; order beers in the sand at Bumpkins Beach Bar, but have lunch at Catherine's Cafe; it's a fine, French restaurant, worth every cent. English Harbour buzzes at night with many options for fine French and Italian restaurants, followed by music and dancing late into the night. Rock bands are famous for their lead guitarists and great singers. We also have some reggae.Farther afield, we recommend visits to historic Shirley Heights, Block House, and Clarence House, a long walk or short taxi ride.... The view of the Caribbean Sea and Guadeloupe are not to be missed! Shirley Heights Lookout hosts a popular jump up every Sunday evening, where people gather at 5 pm sharp to watch the sun go down; be warned....the bar serves 150 proof rum!

Jacqui's restaurant on Fig Tree Drive is a great place to watch the sun set over the horizon with sundowners; stop along the way to zipline over the rain forest on Fig Tree Drive; swim gorgeous Darkwood Beach.

Libby's friend Greg operates Barbuda Express (ferry boat), which offers daily boat rides to Barbuda, where lobster picnics can be arranged on the 20 mile long beach, famous for its turquoise water. During mating season in March hire a boat and driver to see the amazing frigate birds!

It's fun to go with a group to let the boys arrange a picnic for you on Bird Island off Antigua's Hodges Bay; they have snorkel gear for you to enjoy the reefs with. Since Antigua has 365 beaches, many of them with hotels, it's fun to hotel hop, if you're renting a car. It's also fun to stop at the roadside bars on Fig Tree Drive, hobnob with the locals, and order beers.

If you enjoy reading, I recommend 'To Shoot Hard Labour', a memoir by Samuel Smith, an Antiguan working man, who lived 100 years during slavery; get to know many of Antigua's British governors; order the book ahead on Amazon. Visit Betty's Hope (a sugar plantation mentioned in the book) and Devil's Bridge on Antigua's sparkling eastern coast; stop for a swim and a snorkel at Half Moon Bay; have lunch at Harmony Hall and shop at their inexpensive boutique.

When you're in St. Johns, a must-visit is the public market; located next to the public bus depot, the public market is a great place to stock up on fresh, local nutmeg, vanilla, spices and herbs, grown locally on the island or imported from Dominica and Grenada, to take back home with you. While you're in St. Johns, we recommend visiting our uncle's archeological museum; he dedicated his life to researching the Carib and Arawak Indians in the West Indies, and there are all manner of sod houses, tools from 400 years ago, and stories of how these native people migrated from South America in dugout canoes.

Of course, a stroll through Nelson's Dockyard is an absolute must, along with a visit to the museum to see model ships of Britain's Ships of the Line and artefacts, such as the planters' china, soldiers' buttons, and uniforms; it was our father who swum up the figurehead of the women's bust from the bottom of English Harbour. During the 1960s cannon balls were to be found everywhere on the hillsides surrounding English Harbour; we have a few 25 pounders to show you at Pineapple House. After visiting the museum in Nelson's Dockyard, have lunch under the Casuarina trees and ruins of the Sail Loft (now an aquarium) on the terrace of the Admiral's Inn. Following lunch, a short hike out to Fort Berkley at the entrance to English Harbour is rewarding and not strenous at all with its powder magazine, gun ramparts, and views of Nelson's Dockyard.

For exercise, swim the coastline from Galleon Beach to Freeman's Bay at the entrance to English Harbour. Take the water taxi from Nelson's Dockyard to Galleon Beach after touring English Harbour first. Papparazzi's is a fun, new restaurant located at Antigua Slipway enroute.

One of the most scenic drives in Antigua is the coastal road that wraps around Willoughby Bay on the south side of the island; the best place to start this drive is English Harbour, because the sun shining behind you onto Willoughby Bay shows up the colors of the water best; heading east toward the town of Bethesda, what a photo op!

Closer to home, a 5-minute walk from Pineapple House is Pigeon Beach, where there are two beach bars; order beers in the sand at Bumpkins Beach Bar, but have lunch at Catherine's Cafe; it's a fine, French restaurant, worth every cent. English Harbour buzzes at night with many options for fine French and Italian restaurants, followed by music and dancing late into the night. Rock bands are famous for their lead guitarists and great singers. We also have some reggae.

THINGS TO DO IN ANTIGUA

Barbuda Express
Power out to Barbuda with experienced yachtsman Greg Urlwin to see the island's magnificent white sandy beach (20 miles long) and the Eastern Caribbean's largest frigate bird sanctuary (mating season is in March)
$75 US/adult round trip day tour

Antigua Nature Trip
Experience the magic and beauty of Antigua’s tropical ecosystem and embark on an absolutely fantastic kayak and snorkeling expedition. Speed boats, mangroves, kayaks, coral reefs, tropical fish, uninhabited islands, white sand beaches, rum and fruit punch, banana bread, two and a half hours of smiles and an unforgettable experience.

Wadadli Cats -
Sail Round the Island aboard a party catamaran
$110 US/adult Circumnavigation tour

Dockyard Divers
Scuba dive the PIllars of Hercules at the entrance to English Harbour with experienced yachtsman Tony Fincham
$80 US/adult one tank dive / certified divers

Rum in the Ruins
Rum in the Ruins is a weekly history and archaeology talk about Antigua, English Harbour and the Antigua Naval Dockyard and Related Archaeological Sites UNESCO World Heritage Site. Situated at the Dow’s Hill Fortification and Interpretation Centre above Nelson’s Dockyard, you will experience a historic tour by our Heritage expert, Dr. Christopher K. Waters PhD, like none other in Antigua and Barbuda. Learn the details of the daily life in the 18th century, the history of sugar and rum, and the geopolitical context of how Antigua fit into the wider British Atlantic World while watching the sun melt away. Every week features new topics and new stories as we explore the ruins of the Dow’s Hill fortification and the surrounding landscape. The tour comes with our own twist on the historic Planter’s Punch rum drink. Fridays, 5.00 pm at the Dow’s Hill Interpretation Centre $20USD/$50XCD per person inclusive two drinks Reservations Required PLEASE NOTE: due to current restrictions, we can only have 25 people at an event. Please book at Antigua National Park website.

Hike the Trails of Antigua's National Park
Hike the trails of Antigua's South Coast around Nelson's Dockyard, Shirley Heights, and Block House. Maintained by the Antigua Tot Club. Visit Antigua National Park for a description of the different trails.


Tour Clarence House
Walking through Clarence House, you will retrace the footsteps of Royal Navy Officers, Governor Generals, and Royalty as they passed along the galleries, observing Nelson’s Dockyard below. This historic building, newly restored to its former glory, is now the interpretive jewel in the National Parks’ crown, showcasing the lives of 19th and 20th centuries military and civilian elites. Set atop Clarence Hill, the details from the renovations are a master class in heritage preservation, while the antique furniture elides Caribbean gentility. Tours are Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30am or 3pm – $20USD/$50XCD per person, maximum 6 people
English Harbour is the heart of the Caribbean yachting industry. Home to historic Nelson's Dockyard, an 18th century British naval dockyard, it is where Admiral Horatio Nelson refitted his Ships of the Line fro…

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Alijiunga tangu Desemba 2012
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I am an island based person who loves to entertain guests in my tropical paradise
Wakati wa ukaaji wako
I am Libby Nicholson, born and raised in Antigua and owner-operator of Pineapple House since 1999. Color, design, and people are my passion. Pineapple House is a friendly atmosphere property, where people arrive as guests and leave as family. The mix of international people on the property makes it personal, as this is a small Guest House.

I have a plethora of island information to share with you. If you find activities or restaurants on the island that I have missed or do not know about, please share your experiences with us, as we are always interested to learn more about our beautiful island! We have the house phone for making reservations, and taxis are a moment away... We recommend that you order any hire cars online before you arrive as it is less expensive, and you are guaranteed the car style of your choice. I and my staff are on the property full time; we are here for you anytime.

We recommend visits to historic Shirley Heights, Block House, and Clarence House; the view of the Caribbean Sea and Guadeloupe are not to be missed! Shirley Heights Lookout hosts a popular jump up every Sunday evening, where people gather at 5 pm sharp to watch the sun go down; be warned....the bar serves 150 proof rum!

Jacqui's restaurant on Fig Tree Drive is a great place to watch the sun set over the horizon with sundowners; stop along the way to zipline over the rain forest; swim gorgeous Darkwood Beach.

Libby's friend Greg operates Barbuda Express (ferry boat), which offers daily boat rides to Barbuda, where lobster picnics can be arranged on the 20 mile long beach, famous for its turquoise water. During March hire a boat and driver to see the amazing frigate birds!

It's fun to go with a group to let the boys arrange a picnic for you on Bird Island off Antigua's Hodges Bay; they have snorkel gear for you to enjoy the reefs with. Since Antigua has 365 beaches, many of them with hotels, it's fun to hotel hop, if you're renting a car. It's also fun to stop at the roadside bars on Fig Tree Drive, hobnob with the locals, and order beers.

If you enjoy reading, I recommend 'To Shoot Hard Labour', a memoir by Samuel Smith, an Antiguan working man, who lived 100 years during slavery; get to know many of Antigua's British governors; order the book ahead on Amazon. Visit Betty's Hope (a sugar plantation mentioned in the book) and Devil's Bridge on Antigua's sparkling eastern coast; stop for a swim and a snorkel at Half Moon Bay; have lunch at Harmony Hall and shop at their inexpensive boutique.

When you're in St. Johns, a must-visit is the public market; also the public bus depot, the public market is a great place to stock up on fresh, local nutmeg, vanilla, spices and herbs, grown locally on the island or imported from Dominica and Grenada, to take back home with you. While you're in St. Johns, we recommend visiting our uncle's archeological museum; he dedicated his life to researching the Carib and Arawak Indians in the West Indies, and there are all manner of sod houses and tools from 400 years ago there and stories of how they migrated from South America in dugout canoes.

Of course, a stroll through Nelson's Dockyard is an absolute must, along with a visit to the museum to see model ships of Britain's Ships of the Line and artefacts such as the planters' china, soldiers' buttons, and uniforms; it was our father who brought up the figurehead of the women's bust from the bottom of English Harbour. During the 1960s cannon balls were to be found everywhere on the hillsides surrounding English Harbour; we have a few 25 pounders to show you at Pineapple House. After visiting the museum in Nelson's Dockyard, have lunch under the Casuarina trees and ruins of the Sail Loft (now an aquarium) on the terrace of the Admiral's Inn.

One of the most scenic drives in Antigua is the coastal road that wraps around Willoughby Bay on the south side of the island; the best place to start this drive is English Harbour, because the sun shining behind you onto the water shows up the colors of the water best; heading east toward the town of Bethesda, what a photo op!

Closer to home, a 5-minute walk from Pineapple House is Pigeon Beach, where there are two beach bars; order beers in the sand at Bumpkins Beach Bar, but have lunch at Catherine's Cafe; it's a fine, French restaurant, worth every cent. English Harbour buzzes at night with many options for fine French and Italian cuisine, followed by music and dancing late into the night. Rock bands are famous for their lead guitarists and great singers. We also have some reggae.
I am Libby Nicholson, born and raised in Antigua and owner-operator of Pineapple House since 1999. Color, design, and people are my passion. Pineapple House is a friendly atmospher…
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