The only surviving plantation on the island of Anguilla, the Wallblake House was built in 1787. The plantation’s kitchen, stables and main house are in tact and available for tours Tuesdays and Fridays, 10 a.m. to noon. It is located in the island’s Valley, not too far from the Wallblake Airport.
Recent Traveler Reviews
Great historical house
This is an awesome historical house that is for sire worth the effort to go see. Very quiet and picturesque.
Worth a drive-by
Although this serene tiny island is popular for its pristine beaches, if one is inclined to take a break this old heritage plantation house is well worth a look with its white picket fence. Adjacent...