Montpelier Plantation Inn

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

St Johns Parish Montpelier Es, Montpelier Estate,
Montpelier Plantation & Beach
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 57% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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Montpelier Plantation

by kyoub

Heading south on the main island road from Charlestown, one first reaches Montpelier Plantation Inn, very British in style and demeanor. This elegant hotel was created from the ruins of the Montpelier Plantation.

Two main buildings contain the great room, bar, library/card room, and a sunny breakfast room.

Brick walkways wind through tropical gardens and there is a nice pool with a hand painted privacy screen and mountain views.

All that is left of the great house where Horatio Nelson took Fanny Nisbet for his wife, is the 1794 sugar mill in ruins and the beautiful grounds.

Closed mid Aug-Oct.

Nevis' Historic Plantations

by bsfreeloader

Nevis features several historic plantations that have been converted into inns. Each plantation offers something different, and all are worth visiting. History buffs will particularly enjoy strolling the plantation grounds and poking around in the great rooms. Some of the more interesting plantations include the following: Montpelier Plantation Inn, which once housed Princess Diana for a week and is centered around a well-preserved old sugar mill; the Hermitage Plantation Inn, which is reputed to have some of the best food on either island and features a collection of historic cottages; Old Manor Hotel, which features an incredibly well-preserved 18th century steam mill; and Nesbit Plantation Beach Club, which features a respectable beach.

English Inn

by kyoub

Montpelier Plantation is the site of the marriage of Horatio Nelson back in 1787. There is now a hotel on the property as well as a ruined 1794 sugar mill. There are pretty gardens and a very nice pool, which sits next to the ruins of the old sugar mill.

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Getting around Nevis

by metinko

We're traveling to Nevis next April to get married. Planning on staying at Montpelier Plantation Inn becuase we've read so many great reviews of it and we're planning on eating at all of the great places that everyone has suggested.

The question is travel - It seems like it would be beneficial to rent a car in order to really see the island, but my fiance thought it would be more fun to rent a scooter for at least a few days. Does anyone know if that is possible there? I can't find anything on it on the web. Are the roads decent enough for it or would we be limited on where we could travel.

Any other advice for us? We've never been south of Florida! Thanks!

RE: Getting around Nevis

by 1smartblonde

We were just there in August. The roads are best described as "semi-good" in the area that Montpelier is in. Go east(toward Golden Rock)and they quickly change to "poor", go west of the Inn (toward Charlestown)and they are better. We rented an all terrain jeep and drove all the way around the island twice while we were there and believe me you definitly need it between Nesbit Plantation and Golden Rock (eastern side of the island). Truthfully it was worth it because this is where alot of the ruins are, the best views of Antigua and Barbuda (You'll know the spot as soon as you see it!) and the best place to see a monkey!
Not to say you won't find any scooters to rent but I did not see any on the roads. Although, I can see where one would be useful in Charlestown. The traffic is going both ways on some parts, the streets are narrow, have parked cars on either side, deep gutters and not to mention that pedestrian traffic is heavy. Oh, and you have to drive on the left side of the road. Good luck we were there in the off season!

RE: Getting around Nevis

by 1smartblonde

Oh sorry HOW COULD I FORGET!!! ..... watch out for the sheep, goats and occasional errant donkey or cow. They usually get out of the way and are part of a herd. They are every where outside of Charlestown.

Getting around Nevis

by Liz_Pereira

Congrats on your upcoming wedding. A website you will find helpful is www.discover-stkitts-nevis-beaches.com

Amicia can provide you with answers to all your questions.

It has everything you need to know about Nevis and her sister island, St. Kitts.

Highly recommend a car so you can explore the island.

RE: Getting around Nevis

by Rachel_Sonoma

I have been to Nevis over 20 times now, the best advice I can tell you is to rent a car if staying in Montpelier. Taxi fares will kill you, and you certainly don't have the freedom to get around. During the day you can catch the local buses, very cheap, and FAST. Lots of fun too. See this page for more info on getting around Nevis..actually titled getting around Nevis. Everything from taxis to limos

http://www.nevis1.com/transportation.html

Hope this helps, enjoy your stay.

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