On sleepy Nevis, while away days in a beach cabana enjoying hot spicy shrimp straight from the barbecue, washed down with coconut water or a rum punch. Climb Nevis Peak, take a rainforest hike or a join a monkey tour with ‘bush doctor’ Michael Herbert. Stroll through the tranquil Botanical Gardens where Admiral Nelson once walked with Fanny Nisbet, or indulge in chilled Champagne on your terrace under clear, starlit skies. Nevis is a paradise of bleached beaches, Georgian houses, tropical heat, cool breezes and weathered sugar mills just waiting to be explored by foot, bicycle or jeep; colonial Charlestown is a must, as is a round of golf at Robert Trent Jones II’s challenging course and a cheeky rum punch at Sunshine’s Beach Bar & Grill, a colourful island hangout on Pinney’s Beach.

Paradise Beach Villa Resort, Nevis

Nevis is known for its laid back atmosphere, a trait throughout the Caribbean, but even more apparent on this tranquil and understated island. Staying at Paradise Beach in the luxurious Balinese-style villas is wonderful for families; it allows a real sense of freedom to explore the safe and friendly island, whilst having everything you might possibly need. There’s ample space and gorgeous sun decks, a private swimming pool and thatched cabana for outdoor dining, which make each villa feel like a cocoon of happiness – perfect to spend quality time together - just what you’ve been hoping for. Great for self-catering or hiring a private chef, every day is a breeze with a dedicated butler on hand to make sure you’re having a brilliant time when you’re not out exploring. Be sure to go for a special dinner one evening at the stylish Mango Restaurant nearby. 


Montpelier Plantation, Nevis

Montpelier Plantation is the foodie hot spot of Nevis, where guests are spoilt for choice with three superb restaurants promising innovative cuisine. Being a Relais & Châteaux member, good food and a romantic ambience are a given, but Montpelier’s elegant terrace where guests enjoy cocktails and canapés before dinner has a wonderful atmosphere that really makes this hotel stand out. Montpelier Plantation is a real favourite amongst our clients who are seeking tranquillity and gracious hospitality. Serious foodies will love the gourmet five-course tasting menu at Mill Privée, a converted 300 year old sugar mill, with an intimate ambience and spectacular cuisine. Make sure you indulge in a rum tasting session here – an absolute must in the Caribbean.