The tranquil setting of this unique, family run hotel is delightful and focuses on the oldest wooden houses in the Caribbean. The owners are keen that everyone enjoys island life including the history, culture and nature of their beautiful island….
Honeymoon resort information
Garden & Hillside RoomsThese rooms are situated on the ground floor of an 18th century stone building and are ideal for couples. They are available with either large draped double four poster bed or two twins and have a sitting area and bathroom with shower or bath.
Balcony RoomsWith attractive views overlooking the gardens and swimming pool, the Balcony Rooms are in wonderful location to enjoy a honeymoon surrounded by tropical ambience and have all the comfort amenities for a relaxing honeymoon.
Gingerbread CottagesThese charming cottages are replicas of Indian chattel houses. They are spacious inside with a master bedroom and bathroom, separate sitting room and kitchenette. Outside there is a large verandah. Ideal for celebrating your honeymoon, they have plenty of living space with a sofa bed the sitting room.
Yellow Manor HouseThis attractive house is a modern replica of a traditional Nevis house. There are two floors with two main bedrooms (each with en suite with shower) each with a large double bed and a third bedroom with twin beds on the first floor. The kitchen, dining room and living room are on the ground floor. Outside there are lovely verandahs on each floor, a private pool and garden.
All of the food is sourced locally. Herbs and spices are grown in the garden whilst local farmers regularly deliver their produce and fishermen bring their day’s catch straight to the Hermitage. Meals are served throughout the day. Breakfast includes pumpkin pancakes, West Indian omelettes and coconut French toast. Lunch is a selection of traditional dishes with a contemporary twist and the dinner menu changes daily depending on what fresh seasonal products have been delivered! There is a Caribbean buffet and hog roast every week. Before dinner, guests are invited to gather in the sitting room for cocktails.
Special mention must be made of the beautiful Hermitage Bar with its large wooden counter. As well as freshly squeezed juices and home made ginger beer, the bar has quite a reputation for its rum punch too!