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The Hermitage

A Unique Island Experience

Built on Nevis around the oldest wooden house in the Caribbean, ca. 1670, The Hermitage is quite unlike any other hotel.

This is the essence of Caribbean life and island living. Visitors describe us as charming, elegant and authentic. The serenity and friendliness of the island create a warm and relaxed atmosphere. Staying with us is like staying in your own country home. An oasis of calm in a fast paced world.

Our unique Gingerbread Cottages, charming hotel rooms and private villas are spread out over five acres of lush tropical gardens. Our swimming pool, sun terrace and tennis court are in an orchard like setting of fruit trees and palms at the base of a rainforest covered mountain. View our photo gallery here.

Guests gather in the Great House, meals are served on the dining veranda. You will taste authentic West Indian flavors, find the best rum punch on the island and discover an unparalleled collections of characters, yarns and rum at the coziest bar on Nevis. Find out more here.

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Our Rooms

Our rooms and cottages are story book rooms, each individually decorated; the Caribbean style of four poster canopy beds and porches strung with hammocks.

The Kitchen

Herbs and spices are harvested fresh from the garden, farmers bring their produce directly to the kitchen. The kitchen creates dishes that become known on Nevis as Hermitage specialties.

Our Hospitality

We offer our guests the wealth of our experience and local knowledge; our island concierge services make arrangements for special events and island activities.

“If you haven’t been to the Hermitage, you haven’t been to Nevis”

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Life On Nevis

Short Stories & Ginger Scented Tales

Richie Lupinacci shares his experience as a young boy growing up at the Hermitage Hotel on Nevis.  Read this popular blog for a unique insight into island life.

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