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“Elegant, great food, magical and different”
Review of Montpelier House

Montpelier House
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Queen City Nevis Island Tour
Ranked #7 of 53 things to do in Nevis
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Owner description: The wedding site of Horatio Nelson and Fanny Nisbet; of the great estate, only two pillars have survived.
Reviewed August 24, 2014

Cocktails in the barrel ceiling great room, dining in the adjoining outdoor room, or, even better, in candlelight in the restored Mill. Quite unbelievable. New chef very good. I had the best piece of mahi I have ever eaten here.

Thank Steve W
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Reviewed April 19, 2014

We celebrated our 25th anniversary at the Mill Privee at Montpelier. The Mill is an old windmill turned into a small/exclusive restaurant. You start with drinks and finger foods in the great room before being seated. On our night there were only two couples in the Mill. Food- excellent. Service- superb. Yes, it is expensive, but everything on Nevis is expensive.

Thank RSandVA
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Reviewed April 1, 2014

This is a gorgeous inn. It is rather formal - being a Relais. The main room is a beautiful place for a drink. The poolside restaurant is more casual dining and my preference

Thank Pampurves
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Reviewed February 7, 2014

We recently spent a week here in a large one bedroom, or small suite. Accomodations were generous and beautifully decorated ina contemporary style. The grounds are beautiful and interesting and there are nice walks nearby. The wonder was the food -- the young French chef serves imaginative and perfectly prepared meals. Dinner especially was superb. Though we left the premises for a few dinners, I don't know that we would if we returned. The choices at dinner are limited -- seafood, meat and a vegetarian selection, but each is served with great creativity. As others have noted, the management is warm and welcoming and the staff charming. Anyone traveling to Nevis should consider renting a car -- the island is exquisite and there are many beautiful beaches and places to explore. The property is not on a beach - but the beach is adorable and nearly empty every day.

1  Thank Helen T
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Reviewed January 20, 2014

The only bad experience I've ever had on Nevis was having dinner at Montpelier, the staff rushed us, wanted us to decide on our entire meal and wine (!) before we even were seated,,never again!

1  Thank Susan P
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