- Romantic hideaway
- Walk to the beach
- Elegant interiors
About the villa
Lovingly restored and styled with elegant simplicity, this deceptively spacious villa has a cool and contemporary look, while retaining its essentially Caribbean charm. Equally chic inside and out, the wrap-around veranda is white from roof to rails and floor to furnishings, looking out over lush greenery to the blue of the bay, spectacular sunsets and the island of St Kitts. A hammock hangs in the corner catching breezes from the bay, and there are areas for al fresco meals, leisurely lounging and, of course, for sundowners. With a twin bedroom and well-equipped kitchen on the ground floor, the villa’s stylish living room, air-conditioned media room and romantic master suite are on the upper floor.
Mature gardens surround the house, creating a sense of seclusion, providing cooling shade around a twenty two metre lap pool and, with mangos, bananas and citrus fruits among the palms and flamboyants, adding menu ingredients. Close to a small, quiet sandy beach, the villa is also just a ten minute walk from the start of the four-mile sweep of Pinney’s Beach, and a ten minute drive from Charlestown.
"We recently had the pleasure of staying at The Galleries and I can honestly say this is a truly fantastic place to spend a holiday. The house is amazing, in a stunning location and stylishly decorated throughout. There is everything you need to relax and make it a 'home from home'. I would not hesitate to recommend The Galleries to anyone looking for a stylish holiday base on a relaxed island with all the local support you need. "
"One of the most important aspects of a holiday for us is the ease and simplicity of the whole experience. We were looked after extremely well from the initial enquiry and throughout the stay. The transfer from the airport to the house was a breeze and the boat trip added to the adventure."
"Enough recommendations to keep us busy all week with fine food and friendly service in wonderful locations. The beaches were quiet and welcoming, even those on resorts seemed to welcome guests from outside. Everything is very laid back on Nevis without becoming complacent."
"Whilst there is much to experience on the island it was such a pleasure to spend time at their beautiful home. It's very private with many spaces to relax, read or just enjoy the view. Our kids loved the pool and were fascinated by the birds and the monkeys. The house is well maintained and managed by the charming Amelia who was always very quick to respond to any communication."
- Utility room
- Twin bedroom
- Living room opening onto terrace
- Shower room
- TV room
- Master double bedroom with bathroom en suite (free standing bath) and separate shower
- Double bedroom (can be made up as twin)
- DVD Player
- DVD library
- CD player
- iPod dock
- 22m x 3m
- 1.38m deep
- Outdoor shower
- Pool towels
- Washing machine
- Iron & ironing board
CV Villas is happy to book flights for our customers on scheduled, chartered or low cost airlines from London and regional UK airports. Please ask for details.
Car hire can be pre-booked through CV Villas with collection at the airport or port of arrival, and in some cases the hire car can be delivered to the villa for an additional charge. Please ask for details.
CV Villas offers a wide variety of additional services, to make your villa holiday even more special. You should be able to find all the information you need here, otherwise you can check out our frequently asked questions page or simply send us an enquiry.
We can arrange your airport transfers for a smooth start to your holiday. Pre-booking is required.
Service & Staffing
- Maid service daily if required
- Gardener visits once a week
- One arrival transfer from either St Kitts airport (by speedboat and taxi) or from Nevis airport (taxi only)
AVAILABLE ON REQUEST AT AN ADDITIONAL COST
- Cook service
- Tennis 5 minutes' drive
- Golf 5 minutes' drive
- Charlestown 10 minutes' drive
- Tamarind Bay 5 minutes’ walk
- Pinney’s Beach 10 minutes’ walk
- Oualie Beach 15 minutes’ walk
This conical island with a dormant volcano at its centre lies sixty five kilometres west of Antigua. Nevis has a largely undeveloped coastline of white-sand beaches fringed by palm groves. Restored plantation houses—many of them now inns—stand above the ocean, among hills cloaked in tropical forest. Sitting in a rocking chair on a clapboard porch, reading a good book or admiring the view, is a common pastime on Nevis holidays. But there is also a good selection of land- and water-sports and historic sites to visit. In Charlestown, the capital, the Bath Hotel and Spring House was where British colonists took the waters; and at the Hamilton Estate you can walk around sugar plantation ruins.
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