Originally a 17th century sugar plantation, Ottley's Plantation Inn transports guest to a bygone era of gracious living, hospitality
Situated on 35 acres of rolling lawns and gardens at the foot of majestic Mt. Liamuiga, with breathtaking views of the
Atlantic, Ottley's is a magnificent Caribbean hideaway - a perfect, restful spot for travelers seeking a retreat from the hectic pace
of daily life.
The breezes are balmy year-round, our wonderful restaurant makes for the perfect dining experience, and the natural setting provides panoramic ocean, mountain and garden views at every turn - all combine to make your vacation, wedding or honeymoon absolutely perfect.
AOL ANNOUNCES THE HOTTEST DESTINATIONS FOR 2011
We are extremely proud to learn that St. Kitts and Nevis placed #4 out of 10 destinations (only 2 in the Caribbean), and we are ecstatic and honoured that we have been named the place to stay on St Kitts.
4. St. Kitts & Nevis
Sister islands St. Kitts and Nevis are best known for lush rainforests, a rich history, and exquisite renovated plantations. St. Kitts, the larger of the two islands, has great diving and hiking, plus plentiful value lodging. The Frigate Bay strip, straddling St. Kitts' narrowest point with both Caribbean and Atlantic frontage, is dotted with reasonably priced hotels (including fantastic family-friendly condos) and beach bars that practically stop traffic weekend nights as locals "lime" (hang out). Major Kittitian developments, including a Park Hyatt and Tom Fazio golf course, are scheduled to open by 2012, so go before it's "discovered."
Stay: The restored plantation inns all have fanatic followings. Ottley's on St. Kitts and the Hermitage on Nevis benefit from having the warm, witty owners onsite. The former is quietly luxurious, the latter a treasure trove of vernacular architecture.