British travel writer produces successful guide on Nevis
Charlestown, Nevis (Tuesday, December 18th, 2012)–A travel writer for the well known media house the UK Telegraph for over 25 years, has written a successful travel guide about Nevis.
Mr. Nigel Tisdall has put together a guide about Nevis, that includes things to do and places to visit while on the island.
Tisdall, who began his globe trotting career with a ride from London to Hong Kong, has been and seen everywhere from Antartica to Zanzibar.
|Vervain Mill / House in Gingerland, Nevis|
According to Mr. Tisdall, “Nevis is one of the most beautiful and relaxing islands in the Caribbean. It is intensely green with very attractive hotels and villas.”
Read more about the article by visiting: www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destination/stkittsandnevis/86453/Nevis-travel-guide.html
Meantime, in another destination article written by New York Times writer, Ms. Alison Gregor, which was published on December 12th, 2012 the on -line publication featured the Vervain Mill/ House in Gingerland, Nevis.
The Mill was featured as part of the Great Homes and Destinationsection for an article titled “House Hunting in…Nevis.”
The house which is a 3-bedroom converted old sugar mill is presently being sold for $1.925 million.
The current owners, who bought the 1.75 acre property in 1995, completed a full renovation and is selling the house fully furnished.
For more information on the article, visit: www.nytimes.com/2012/12/13/greathomesanddestinations/real-estate-in-nevis.html