On the wee island of Nevis in the Caribbean, that’s just a short water taxi away from buzzing St. Kitts, you’ll find a resort that’s blanketed with blossoms as well as historical reminders of its past, including a 300-year-old, conical sugar mill that’s been transformed into a romantic upscale restaurant. Find out more of what’s the Montpelier Plantation and Beach a perfect spot not just for couples but also singles who want a serene getaway in my latest for ForbesLife.
Friday, April 29, 2022
Thursday, April 28, 2022
At the Montpelier Plantation and Beach in Nevis, history seamlessly melds with nature in a landscape that resembles a botanical garden. Here, an old sugar boiling copper was repurposed as a planter for umbrella palms.
I could certainly get used to this spectacular sunset view from the Great Room. This is also the view that diners have from the terrace of Restaurant 750 that’s part of the main house where the Great Room is located.
Wednesday, April 20, 2022
While eating a picnic lunch in a gazebo set on the private scenic beach of Montpelier Plantation and Beach in Nevis, I was wrapped in a sense of peace and solitude.
A stay at this property is like being in a botanical garden. My views were filled with tropical plants no matter where I gazed. This is the poolside Indigo restaurant and bar from the back end.
Sunday, April 17, 2022
This is by far the most iconic image of the Montpelier Plantation and Beach in Nevis. A grand weeping fig tree (just 56 years old) towers over the centuries-old building housing the Great Room, a former Boiling House for sugarcane transformed into an atmospheric venue for cocktails and canapes at night.
As soon as I stepped through the grand gates of the Montpelier Plantation and Beach in Nevis, I knew I was in a magical place.