Charlestown, Nevis; November 25, 2021 (Nevis Tourism Authority) — Journalist James Henderson has featured Nevis in a round-up of the variety of destinations that the Caribbean has to offer. Included in the headline Nevis is mentioned as an island that ‘has a handful of plantation house hotels that dates back 50 years to a time before tourism took over.
Nevis sits alongside only six other Caribbean islands (Anguilla, St Barts, Jamaica, Dominica, Barbados, and BVI) that Henderson has selected as the must-visit destinations.
In the article, the journalist focuses on the history of Nevis and its beautiful architecture and of course details Alexander Hamilton and Horatio Nelson and their respective museums. James Henderson reminds his readers of the beauty of the island in a colorful description: “Nevis is small, quiet and heart-stopping pretty, an island to fall in love with. Development has been quite sensitive, resulting in charming villas”. Montpelier and The Hermitage are the two properties included in the article as recommended places to stay.
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