Stories About Nevis
Here are some blogs we’ve written about Nevis to help share a little more information about this island that we love.
I climbed over a thousand fallen branches and trees towards the house….and there she was still standing.
Our Christmas cakes have been underway for a few weeks now, but they are not yet ready. A true Caribbean Christmas Cake requires ten weeks of soaking in rum to season.
The best way to survive as a hotelier on a remote island with difficult logistics is with patience and a sense of humor.
After a trip away, I’ve just returned to these sweet charms of Nevis, the warmth of hospitality and the embrace of friends.
Nevis was very fortunate, we suffered minimal damage. The ancient saman tree in the town square was blown over, a few other trees have been lost and our beaches have been strangely rearranged but it is nothing that can’t be repaired with time and tide. With village names like Hardtimes and Burden Pasture, Nevis has known many challenges.We are not strangers to the storm.
As the Hermitage Great House has done for centuries, we survived Hurricane Irma with just minor debris and we remain open, continuing to welcome guests. Although Nevis endured strong winds and rain from Hurricane Irma, the most powerful Atlantic hurricane in recorded...
Through a local rescue program it's easy and rewarding to give an island dog a chance at a new life Like many Caribbean islands Nevis has a large stray dog population. CARE Nevis, a local rescue organization, aims to reduce the amount of homeless dogs on the island by...
The unspoiled island of Nevis offers equal parts serenity, history and tropical adventure around every bend and the most charming base to serve as your home away from home with free room nights this Fall.
The purchase of any Hermitage property will allow an approved applicant to qualify for St. Kitts & Nevis citizenship.
The Villas at Hermitage honor the colonial architecture of the islands.