Vervain Mill - Nevis, West Indies

A Step Out of the Ordinary

Beautiful Accommodations in a
Restored 200-Year-Old Sugar Mill





Although Vervain is situated on the quieter, less tourist-traveled side of the island, nothing is too far away.  Nearby are…

A well-stocked grocery store (5-minutes by car)

The windward beach (10-minutes by car)

The racetrack where horse races are held several times a year (10-minutes by car)

Golden Rock Estate, a good place for lunch or dinner on the terrace (5-minutes by car)

Also at Golden Rock are the beginning of a beautiful nature trail and other hikes up Mt. Nevis.  

The large ruins of New Meadows and Coconut Walk estates.  These are beautiful ruins with wind and steam-powered mills, other plantation buildings, and a lime kiln on the shore.  (5-minutes by car)

Several other charming colonial hotels – Nisbet Plantation, Hermitage, and Montpelier Estate – all of which welcome non-guests for meals.

Right outside Vervain’s gate, one can walk over a 200-year-old stone bridge, across pastures, up to one of several ruins that dot the landscape.


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