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St Kitts & Nevis

The largely unspoilt twin islands of St Kitts and Nevis, just a short boat journey apart, each have their own character and charm. The landscape and plantation inns are a constant reminder of the once dominant sugar industry and the islanders’ warm hospitality is a clear indication of how visitors are welcomed with open arms.

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Ottley's Plantation, St Kitts, St Kitts & Nevis

Located on the lower hillside of Mt Liamuiga on the island of St Kitts, Ottley's Plantation is a privately owned family-run hotel with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and the Caribbean Sea. Set in 14 hectares of manicured gardens and lush green lawns, this original 18th century...    read more

Nisbet Plantation Beach Club – Nevis

Located on the island of Nevis, the quiet Nisbet Plantation Beach Club is the Caribbean's only historic plantation inn that is located on a beach. This romantic estate has more than 12 hectares of lush tropical gardens, an expansive beachfront and the beautifully restored Great House, which was o...    read more

Montpelier Plantation & Beach, Nevis, St Kitts & Nevis

Set in a 24-hectare estate in the foothills of Nevis Peak, Montpelier Plantation is the former sugar plantation where Admiral Nelson married Fanny Nisbet in 1787. Today this Relais & Chateaux property has been meticulously restored, in keeping with its heritage of elegance and style, and features...    read more

An Important Place in History

An Important Place in History

The Caribbean’s first non-Spanish European colony, St Kitts once occupied a key position in the European struggle for the West Indies and the island still serves up reminders of those savage conflicts. St Kitts began life as ‘St Christopher’s,’ evidently after Christopher Columbus, who sailed past – but never landed – in 1493. Columbus also had an influence on Nevis, where he mistakenly thought the cloud shrouding Mt Nevis was snow – ‘Nieves’ in Spanish – from which today’s name was derived. Nevis was also the birthplace of Frances ‘Fanny’ Nisbet, later to become Mrs Horatio Nelson.
Explore St Kitts & Nevis

Explore St Kitts & Nevis

There is no better way to discover St Kitts than aboard the scenic railway, passing through villages, plantations and fields of sugar cane. Safari trips visit rainforests and Mt. Liamuiga Volcano whilst Brimstone Hill Fort is the remains of a complete 18th Century military community. On Nevis, stroll the colonial streets of Charlestown, wander round the ruins of the Hamilton Estate and visit the site of Nelson’s wedding to Fanny Nisbet.
Relax in St Kitts & Nevis

Relax in St Kitts & Nevis

With the largely uncommercialised beaches, it is not difficult to discover a quiet stretch of sands on which to sunbathe, whether on St Kitts or Nevis. A catamaran cruise off St Kitts combines snorkelling with a sumptuous beach barbecue whilst on Nevis, the Botanical Gardens, Bath Stream and Bath House thermal springs are each soothing in their own way.