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Places to stay while on Nevis

 Places to stay while on Nevis

Need a place to stay while in Nevis there is no need to worry. Nevis has some of the most luxurious and comfortable places to stay to make your visit a memorable one.    Accommodations range from Hotels, Inns, Villas, Guest houses and Apartments which come at affordable prices. The Four Seasons Resort Nevis, Golden Rock Plantation Inn, Hermitage Plantation Inn, The Inn at Cades Bay, Montpelier Plantation Inn, Mount Nevis Hotel & Beach Club, Old Manor Hotel, Nisbet Plantation Beach Hotel, Oualie Beach  Hotel and Pinney’s Beach Hotel are just a few of the places where you can stay.  

When in Nevis you are always in close proximity to the beach where you can participate in water sport activities.  Horseback riding, nature walks and much more is also available.     Visitors can also sample our exquisite world class or local dishes at the various restaurants around the island. our main dish is Stew Salt Fish, Spicy Plantain, Coconut Dumpling and Season Breadfruit

The Nevis hotel industry in Nevis has been labeled as one which offers the best customer satisfaction in the Caribbean , for our charming hospitality that is offered to visitors. The full range of the hotels, inns, guesthouses, villas etc offer you the best accommodation so that you leave here feeling relaxed.  

 Hotel Prices 

   Four Seasons Resort – Nevis

$ 574

Golden Rock Plantation Inn

 $120

Hermitage Plantation Inn

 $276

Inn at Cades Bay

$199

Montpelier Plantation Inn

 $403

Mount Nevis Hotel & Beach Club

 $243

Nisbet Plantation Hotel

$379

Old Manor Hotel

$255

Oualie Beach Hotel

$219

Pinney’s Beach Hotel

$80

Hurricane Cove Bungalows

$250.00  USD

Ocean View Guest House 

45.00  USD

Palm Spring Guest House 

$60.00 USD

JPs Guest House 

$63.00 USD

Philsha’s Guest House 

$85.00 USD

Sea Spawn Guest House

$47.00 USD

  

Getting Around While on Nevis

In Nevis there are many of modes of transport to get you around the island such as taxies, local buses or vehicle rental.  Noel’s, Parry`s, Stanley`s, Strikers and Teach Car Rental are a few examples of vehicle rental companies who can provide jeeps, sedans and minivans etc.   It is necessary however that one possesses a driver`s license if they wish to rent any type of vehicle.  This can be obtained at the Charlestown police Station.      

Nevis has one main road which is 21miles in length.   There are many different bus services that run to various parts of the island.   The standard bus fare is between $1.50 to $4.00 dollars EC depending on your destination.         Taxi stands are located at the Vance. W. Amory International Airport and in Charlestown, the city’s capital.  You can also make arrangements at any local hotel to get in contact with one of the available taxi services  on the island.

Places of interest on Nevis

12:37:07On the island of Nevis there are a  number of interesting places   such as the  Fothergill’s Nevisian Heritage Village located on the grounds of a former sugar plantation-cotton ginnery. This ever-expanding project traces the evolution of Nevisian social history, in the form of houses and artifacts. Each house showcases a diverse culture and history in a different year, from the first settlers in the land of Nevis, the Caribs.  Also displayed are a typical blacksmith’s shop; rum shop and shoe-maker workshop. To complete these village settings there are various species of beautiful plants and shrubs which have been planted to give you that sense of how things were back then.

              Located in Montpelier Estate with Nevis Peck as its back drop   is one of the most beautiful places on Nevis the Botanical Gardens.   The Botanical Gardens was created with varied flora from throughout world .The most amazing part is the tropical rain forest green house which hosts tropical plants and massive Mayan-type sculptures. The garden have graced been by many who have chosen to get married there.          

One look and it becomes obvious how Saddle Hill got its name. It rests 1,250 feet above sea level, in the shape of a saddle. This mini rainforest is where British Naval Admiral Horatio Nelson married Frances Nisbet in   1787. In recent years, the fort atop the hill has been developed, and is accessible for hiking by contacting Michael Herbert, a local tour guide. The hike arouses a sense of adventure and is an exciting and picturesque outing for those seeking beauty and escapadeSt. John ‘s fig Tree church a majestic stone edifice  goes back  to the 1680’s  and is known for the historic marriage record of Lord Horatio Nelson and Frances Nisbet which  is preserved there. Later in 1886 the register obtained international recognition at the Colonial Indian Exhibition in London.       

           The History of the Museum of Nevis is the birth place of Alexander Hamilton who was born in Nevis in 1757.Alexander Hamilton lived on Nevis until the age of nine and left to reside with his mother in St.Croix with his’ mother.  Later on in his life, he assisted in the drafting of the U.S Constitution and was the first secretary of the Treasury. He was an out spoken believer in the freedom of slaves. The building presently know as Hamilton House one of the island’s two museums.         There are many other place that you can  go to  like the Eden Brown Estate, Hamilton Estate, Cotton Ginnery ,Horatio Nelson Museum and much more you only have to come there is much to do .

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