Belle Mont Farm at Kittitian Hill
St Kitts, Caribbean
Belle Mont Farm in St Kitts is nestled within 400 acres of organic farmland and tropical forest and provides innovative experience with a focus on organic culinary experiences. Belle Mont Farm has a range of cottages offering some the best Caribbean views
At a Glance
Breathtaking views over St Eustacius, St Martin and St Barths
Unique luxury guest accommodation with open verandas and deck pools
Within 400 acres of organic tropical farmland
Sustainable luxury Caribbean living
Unique dining options, all with a Farm to table concept
The bathrooms here really have the wow factor for me with their indoor outdoor concept and beautiful claw foot bath tubs!Gemma Dobson
Don't forget to ask for popcorn when you enjoy your in-room cinema experience.Scott Dunn team
Meet our specialists
Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to Belle Mont Farm at Kittitian Hill
Located on the north coast between Mount Liamuiga and the Caribbean Sea, Belle Mont Farm forms part of the Kittitian Hill development; a unique vacation destination and the brainchild of world famous architect Bill Bensley. Each property offers seclusion through a range of detached one bedroom cottages and four bedroom guesthouses, all perfectly positioned to make the most of the tropical forest that surrounds the hotel. Verandas on two sides and a porch or pool deck offer breathtaking views over the neighboring islands of St Eustacius, St Martin, St Barths and Saba, whilst the hotel's attention to detail offer everything else you would expect from a luxury, boutique resort.
The relaxed Caribbean vibe can be felt everywhere at Belle Mont Farm. Nothing is too much trouble. All cottages have both alfresco rainwater showers and a freestanding bath, which are perfectly balanced with the high ceilings and beautiful linens you expect from a true luxury hotel. In room refrigerators are fully stocked with a selection of natural wine chosen by the hotel's Sommelier which beautifully compliment the locally sourced organic fresh food.
Relaxation is the focus at Belle Mont Farm and every inch has been designed with this in mind. Either outside on your private terrace or as part of your own personal cinema experience with giant pull down projectors and tablets pre-loaded with movies.
The Kitchen restaurant & The Mill bar offer a taste of the Caribbean and for Golf lovers, Irie Fields Golf Course is located a short distance away with an edible golf course. For those that want to unwind further, Mango Walk located behind Belle Mont Farm offers a rain forest spa experience with a combination of natural pools, therapy rooms and tree houses for both meditation and yoga.
All Guest Rooms have a tablet loaded with a selection of movies. Pull-down screens and projectors create cinema-like viewing options. Fridges are stocked with fresh local products and a selection of six wines, hand picked by the Sommelier. Private attendants are assigned to each Guesthouse and a 24-hour concierge caters to guests’ every need.
The one-bedroom Guesthouses at Belle Mont Farm each feature verandas on two sides, a private porch or pool deck plus alfresco rainwater shower and freestanding tub.
Designed for older families or groups of friends seeking superior lodging, every villa is spaciously designed with high vaulted ceilings and a vast open and airy veranda ideal for entertaining. All have their own private infinity-edge pool and huge walk-in wardrobes.
The resort is designed for children over 10 years only. There is a children's program including a culinary academy, foraging, biking and engaging with the local culture. Babysitting is available.
The Belle Mont Farm culinary philosophy embraces “farm to table” cooking and is motivated by establishing a world class farm-to-table program in a tropical setting. Numerous varieties of fruits and vegetables are grown within the hotel grounds and mangoes are cultivated to be used in the spa and bath products. Locally crafted fresh and aged goat cheeses form part of the Culinary Program as do rare tropical fruits and vegetables.
The main swimming pool is heated and there is a beach club a short drive by the hotel's shuttle.
Experience foraging and harvesting at the farm and meet the farmers that form part of the development. Visit the “Rungis Market” and assist the Maraicher with processing fruits and vegetables or the expert Butchers preparing seafood and meats. Take part in a harvest cooking class with Executive Chef Letard and the Culinary team plus visit with the Sommelier for an introduction into the local wine.
The go-to spot for most of your dining while staying at Belle Mont Farm; a relaxed and welcoming tiered restaurant, perched 1000 feet above sea level offering both ocean or mountain views.
|The Mill Bar||
The Mill Bar is housed in the tower of a sugar mill and a forms a quirky home for the hotel’s top mixologists. Originals and classics with a twist!
|Arthur's Sea to Table||
Wild fish and fresh seafood are prepared in the kitchen whilst maintaining the islands essence of authenticity, taste and texture. The Restaurant is located at the black sand beach located next to the famed Golden Lemon.
Irie Fields is Kittitian Hills own championship Golf Course and designed by Ian Woosenam, winner of the Masters in Augusta and Captain of the European Ryder Cup Team in 2006. This 18 hole course has spectacular views of the neighboring islands and a must for all golf fanatics.
Spa treatments are available in room and a daily $200 credit is offered to each room.
Location & Directions
St Kitts, Caribbean
Belle Mont Farm is nestled amongst 400 acres of fertile, organic farmland and lush tropical forest on the island of St. Kitts in the West Indies.
When to go
Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9 hours sunshine a day the peak season runs from December through to April which is the dry season when you can expect very little rainfall. May to November are the slightly wetter months where you will find an increase in rainfall as the summer season goes on and with that some humidity, however the Summer months are still a great time to travel as the temperatures are hot and the rain tends to come in short heavy bursts but not all day long. The wettest months with the most humidity are September and October and these are the most probable months for hurricanes to occur in the region although many islands have not experienced hurricanes for a number of years. The average daily temperatures range from the mid-seventies in the winter months and mid-eighties in the summertime.