St Kitts & Nevis
At a Glance
The Caribbean's only historic plantation inn on the beach
Old world charm welcomes you in and modern-day conveniences – Wi-Fi, hiker GPS, Flip video™ cameras – keep you connected
In the late 1700s, British Navy Captain Horatio Nelson visited Nisbet (then a plantation) and met Frances “Fanny” Nisbet. Fanny was the niece of the President of Nevis and widow of Dr. Nisbet, owner of Nisbet Plantation. Nelson and Fanny quickly fell in love and were married on March 11, 1787 at Fig Tree Church on Nevis
Many of the staff have been at Nisbet Plantation for over 20 years, one particular character you will meet every evening at dinner service is Patterson Fleming - famous for his tie collection!Gemma Dobson
I love the relaxed, laid-back vibe at the beach bar. I visited when they were putting the mosaic tiles into the tables on the beach and was able to help create one of the designs!Gemma Dobson
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Nisbet Plantation
Nisbet Plantation Beach Club is the Caribbean's only historic plantation inn set right on the beach.
Steeped in history this old plantation now offers discerning guests the chance to enjoy gourmet dining and attentive service at this idyllic beach setting.
With just 36 cottage style accommodations the plantation offers old world charm with all the modern day conveniences you'd like to keep you connected with wifi available throughout the property. The rooms offer traditional style decors and are very comfortable, oozing with character and charm. When staying here you really do feel like you a personal guest of the owner.
There are three restaurants to choose from, Coconuts which is where breakfast is served daily and offers a beautiful location where you can hear the waves lapping through the shutters. Also down by the beach is the casual Sea Breeze where you can dine with the sand in between your toes and lastly the most magnificent of them all The Great House which is where you can take afternoon tea and dine in the evenings. You really are spoiled for choice.
The 36 rooms and suites at the Nisbet Plantation are housed in pale lemon-hued cottages with traditional Nevisian white pyramid roofs. Each cottage is set within a palm-filled quarter acre of land and designed to offer the utmost in comfort and privacy with a tasteful, island casual décor featuring cane furniture and island art.
- Welcome beverage
- Complimentary wireless internet
- Complimentary bathroom amenities and robe
- Custom-stocked mini-bar (contact the Front Desk for a shopping list prior to your arrival)
Air conditioningHair dryer
- Iron and ironing board
- In-room safe
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- In-room ice delivery
Twin beds are available for all rooms upon request. Roll away beds and cribs are also available.
|Deluxe Garden Suite||
Located in the middle of the resort, these suites feature a king-size bed, full bathroom with shower, an enclosed porch with pull-out sofa bed and a patio.
|Lower Deluxe Junior Suite||
Located closest to the ocean, these suites feature a king-size bed, a living room area with pull-out sofa bed, full bathroom with shower, wet bar and an open ocean facing patio.
|Upper Premier Junior Suite||
Located closest to the ocean, these suites feature a king-size bed, living room area with pull-out sofa bed, full bathroom with shower, wet bar and a balcony overlooking the ocean.
Location & Directions
St Kitts & Nevis
Nevis in the British West Indies is the smaller and less developed island, Nevis, is just 36-square miles. Nisbet Plantation is situated in the north of the island.
When to go
Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9-hours of 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.