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The wedding site of Horatio Nelson and Fanny Nisbet; of the great estate, only two pillars have survived.
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed April 11, 2017

Beautiful home and grounds. Lots of history behind this place and its fun to learn. Stroll the grounds after a meal to truly take it in.

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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!

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Visited Montpelier 4 years ago on a tour of Nevis and was determined to stay next chance I had. My impressions on that first visit were not only correct, but exceeded once I was able to spend a few nights there. Nestled on the side...More

Thank Jeffrey55
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you come here it is worth a look but will only take fifteen minutes or so , most of the property is off limits unless you are a guest of the hotel . The tree in front is pretty cool and big fo being...More

Thank Anthony D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Come for the delicious food but also wonder the grounds, see the great design and style of the buildings and maybe even book yourself a spa day. We were there for lunch and it was very tasty. The only downside was when we were reminded...More

Thank joncrossi
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We were in Nevis for a few days and decided to drive around the island. We were told about a couple good places for lunch and decided on Monpelier. So glad we did. They have a small pool bar open to the public for lunch....More

Thank ChrisandJulieRoberts
Reviewed July 31, 2018

Gorgeous grounds, beautiful swimming pool. I stopped in for a visit on a day trip to Nevis. A person I met said rooms were as low as $185 (but didn't verify). Princess Di stayed here one time and rented the whole place out. I will...More

Thank carolrU1459TU
Reviewed May 19, 2018

Great service! Bartenders are great and the nice at home feeling makes you feel very comfortable away from home.

Thank micojr
Reviewed March 2, 2018

Steeped in history with custodians that treat the place with total respect, such a wonderful location.

Thank rkyme
Reviewed February 15, 2018

Only had a brief visit here but would love to return, it was peacful and very well kept. Strange building in the gardens not too sure what it was.

Thank Cjay407
Reviewed February 8, 2018

We were taken here as part on a cruise excursion to Nevis. This is a very lovely place and the grounds that it is on is gorgeous. We were told how much the cost was a night, unfortunately I don't remember what it was, but...More

Thank parrottdize
Reviewed January 30, 2018

What a sweet spot hidden on the southeast side of Nevis. We just stopped by for a few minutes on a tour, so I have no idea about the food, the rooms, the staff, or the pool. Since Princess Diana stayed there, I have to...More

Thank Jeffrey M
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