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We had dinner the last Saturday night of the season. The food was amazing.
Without a doubt, I had THE best rum punch
ever. I wish I’d not taken so long to write this because I’ve forgotten the young man’s name who was at the...More
Historical and quiet location. Charming. We had dinner one evening and we truly felt like royalty with the attention of staff, food and historical ambiance. We were welcome to explore the building the restaurant is in, which is the oldest home (I believe) on the...More
We visited for dinner for the Wednesday Caribbean buffet. The house is very interesting and historic. There is no choice of starter or dessert - although both were good - but a decent choice for main course, including the signature whole roast pig. Very much...More
We visited the Hermitage on our island tour and stayed for over an hour. The approach is winding and hilly, making the property somewhat private. The old plantation house is lovely and in wonderful condition, even containing period furnishings and china. The old cistern looks...More
Attended the Caribbean night with a roast hog. Overall the food was good however the price per head for me was extreme working out at nearly £60 for a soup starter, Hog roast with rice'n'peas, salad and some hot food along with a bread and...More
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Yes, there are local busses that one can take to town. They pick up passengers along the main road. There is no regular schedule but the come and go throughout the day, they are quite easy to catch and cost only a dollar... More
Yes, there are local busses that one can take to town. They pick up passengers along the main road. There is no regular schedule but the come and go throughout the day, they are quite easy to catch and cost only a dollar or two.
Nothing is cheap on Nevis! Wine is expensive but The Hermitage was reasonably priced as I recall. I seem to remember that our dinner bill was around £50/£60 for two with wine. I don't remember being shocked when paying... More
Nothing is cheap on Nevis! Wine is expensive but The Hermitage was reasonably priced as I recall. I seem to remember that our dinner bill was around £50/£60 for two with wine. I don't remember being shocked when paying the account! Wednesday night is a pig roast and well worth a trip up the track.
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