Experience the Authentic Essence of Nevis
A hotel on Nevis
A Unique Island Experience
Discover the Caribbean’s oldest wooden house, transformed into a unique Nevis hotel. This classic country home immerses you in an authentic island living experience.
Our charming guest rooms, cottages, and private villas are spread across five acres of lush surroundings. Lounge by the swimming pool, sunbathe on the terrace, or enjoy a game of tennis in the orchard-like setting beneath the rainforest-covered mountain.
Your rate includes a delightful breakfast served on the dining porch overlooking a picturesque orchard of fruit trees. And to welcome you, enjoy a refreshing rum punch or local juice upon arrival. Experience the essence of the Caribbean at our warm and inviting hotel.
It’s like staying in your own country home
Our rooms and cottages are individually decorated in the Caribbean style of four poster canopy beds and porches strung with hammocks.
Stories about Nevis.
We warmly welcome you and your loved ones! Nevis became our cherished home in the ’70s, where we established the tranquil haven called Hermitage. It brings us joy to share this beautiful island with you. Explore the captivating stories below for a glimpse of the unique experiences awaiting you. If you have any questions or need assistance planning your visit, please reach out. We’re here to make your time on Nevis memorable and delightful.
The airport runway on Nevis runs directly along the beach, and halfway down the middle reaching off into the sea is an old wooden pier with a rusted crane. The pier is locked in a bay, bound by a reef, and inaccessible by car or by boat. It stands in the water, on...
Beneath the sands of the beach at Gallows Bay, near the pier of our primary port Charlestown, lies the wreckage that time has buried on our shores; the iron, steel and heavy wooden timbers of the ships and the ruins that describe another age. It’s a field of debris...
We have ponds of water throughout our garden where the waterlilies grow, where the herons perch, where the wild donkeys and roaming livestock come to drink when the yard is still. They are made from raw iron; demi-spheres of various sizes, some broken, some tipped...