Vervain Mill - Nevis, West Indies

A Step Out of the Ordinary

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


Steeped In History
Atmospheric Inside & Out
Sweeping Views
The Charm of Nevis
Taylor's Pocket Map
A Word About Beaches
Photo Gallery
Bookings Calendar
Weekly Rates & Reservations
From the Guestbook

“About a year ago or so my husband said he found the perfect place for our winter vacation. It kept it a secret all year long and I didn’t know where I was going until the cab driver opened the door. My mouth was probably agape as I looked around this fantastic place. My husband was right – he found the perfect place. I love old buildings, old furnishings, palm trees, warm weather and critters. We had everything we wanted here and we enjoyed the house, the pool, the landscaping and the location. The people who worked here were very nice about coming in, completing their task and leaving. Thank you for a lovely vacation.” 
— Couple from Centereville, VA

Sweeping Views

To the west and southwest from Vervain’s gently sloping hillside setting, one sees the island of Montserrat (35 miles distant) with its active volcano.  On a very clear day, one can see the low islands of Antigua and Barbuda.  Sunrises over the Atlantic are beautiful, as are moonrises with nearly daylight reflections on the water.  To the south on Nevis one sees Saddle Hill where Lord Horatio Nelson kept a lookout for enemy ships.  Looking up the hill, Mt. Nevis rises gracefully with a few villas dotting the hillside.

Vervain is located in the village of Gingerland and, although the house and grounds are very private, guests will hear the sounds of children and other village activity.  They may also see and hear sheep going across the old stone bridge to pasture in the morning and coming home in the afternoon.




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