by Lissa Poirot
This plantation inn, featuring only 36 guest rooms and rooms in 16 Plantation-style cottages and Lanai Suites, is considered a very private getaway. Tennis, lawn croquet, beach and beachside pool keeps guests occupied on its 30 acres, where carving out a place alone with the kids is never difficult.
Our Editor Loves
- Private getaway
- Beach and beachside pool
- Plantation-style cottages and Lanai Suites
My husband and i just came back from Nisbet Plantation after spending a week from 9/22 to 9/29/2018. He came upon information about Nisbet from a travel book and I looked it up on Trip Advisor..all I saw were 5 star after 5 star reviews from repeat visitors. My focus was on the fact that everyone spoke about it as if they were going back to friends that they loved in a place of peace and beauty. and indeed that is exactly what it is. Peace is found on Nisbet Plantation. You know when you come back from vacation and you think about where you went and you know that there were some things that could perhaps have been somewhat better or some things that you wish you wish might have been done differently. well here's the thing. IT DOESNT MATTER!! Nisbet is the most peaceful, one of the most beautiful, impeccably kept resorts you will ever go to. the staff is extraordinary - Hi Violet!! - Hi Roslyn!!! and it seems all anyone wants to do is make you happy.. the first day my husband and i were there Tim the Manager came up to our table on the beach, introduced himself, asked if he could sit down and said this and I quote. "Is there ANYTHING I can I do for you." seriously what more could you ask? if you are looking for no stress, lovely cottages, impeccable service surrounded by beauty then this is where you need to be. 7 days went by like 7 minutes..not kidding.. i am now back at my job and when it gets overwhelming as jobs do get i think of myself in my beach chair looking out at the ocean and i can feel Nisbet wash over me. p.s. breakfast is AWESOME!!
by samantha v
I loved my stay at the Nisbet Plantation hotel. from the very warm welcome from Tim the manager, to the lovely staff, especially Angela and Nicole, who made me feel so cared for and were great company, even though I was travelling alone.The Great house was a beautiful place to have dinner, sophisticated with fantastic food and drink. The Great House bar was also worth a visit and quite special. The grounds were stunning, studded with palm trees, with dramatic views of the Nevis volcano and neighbouring St Kitts. Occasional visits from wild donkeys or a cow on the beach, only added to the delight of my stay. my room was very comfortable with views of the wild Atlantic and the sound of the crashing waves. what an amazing hotel and one I would highly recommend if you like quirky and individual with great hospitality, this is the place to go!