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Nevis Vacation Rental Estates(2)

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$550 - $850
per night
5 - 7 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 4
5 - 7 night minimum stay
  • 4 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 10

Recent Nevis Reviews

There is something magical about Butler's that I can't put into words, you just have to experience

5 of 5
My husband and I stayed in Butler's House for over a week. We can not say enough wonderful things about this sanctuary where we could watch the monkeys play every evening by the pool, take walks to nearby hiking trails, and enjoying meals on the veranda overlooking the ocean. There is no air-conditioning, which was an early concern for me before we booked--as it turned out there was no concern for the lack of A/C. The elevation at Butlers allows for the beautiful ocean breezes to enter the home and it stays cool, even on hot days (I think A/C might even spoil the experience as renters may want to turn it on vs. enjoy the cool breezes). If you stay, ask Bernice to cook you some authentic West Indian meals, she's a wonderful cook. We spent countless hours in the pool--nets were provided to help keep the pool clean on the days it wasn't cleaned by someone. You can pick fresh fruit from the garden, including mangos and limes. Monkeys will play on the roof some mornings and are around the property--they provide ample entertainment and they are not intrusive in the least. Although the property is not located on a beach or next to resorts, everything is within a short driving distance (keep in mind that the most time any drive will take is about 20 - 25 minutes to the opposite end of the island) so most beaches and restaurants are within a 10 minute drive, so you will need a car. Butler's Village is great, Jimmy Buffet's famed Domino College is a short walk away. People wave to you everywhere you go, and Butler's Village I found particularly welcoming. It is not developed in any way, it is truly a quain caribbean village, which was perfect for us. If you're looking for a posh, slick type of atmosphere, this probably isn't the place for you. But if you prefer a true caribbean experience and want to completely unwind and relax, Butler's is for you. It is a comfortable home where you feel like you can curl up on the couch and lose yourself in a book, cook a gorgeous meal in the kitchen, or take a shower in the bathroom with the windows wide open, overlooking the garden and flowers and wildlife, the property is incredibly inviting, calming and private. You feel completely safe staying at Butlers as well as on the island of Nevis. There is something magical about this place that I can't put into words, you just have to experience it for yourself.
  • Submitted: Jul 1, 2014
  • Stayed: Jun 2014

Cindy and Street

5 of 5
We have been vacationing in the Caribbean since 1981 and have rented dozens of villas during our stays. This is among our very favorite! It exceeded our expectations in every way; Peter and Louise have thought of every detail necessary to make this house beautiful, well-equipped, comfortable and hard to leave! The indoor space is open and airy- a chef's heaven, beautiful bathrooms and air-conditioned bedrooms. But, the patio, outdoor seating and dining areas and the infinity pool are so inviting we hardly needed to go inside. The views of sunset, the evening skies and St. Kitts are fabulous and the house sits in a very private location with beautiful landscaping. Peter helped arrange many of our transportation needs, including a private water taxi from St. Kitts and a rental car. He and Louise also provided food and beverage at the house for us to enjoy upon our arrival and have created a great booklet of information about Nevis, with suggestions about restaurants and activities to enjoy on the island. This house is a great value and a wonderful treasure! We rented a car for the week and enjoyed exploring the island. We found the quiet beaches, ate like royalty and found some fun spots for music at night. We spent hours reading and just enjoying the beautiful views. It didn't occur to either of us that we had not turned on the television the entire week, until we left! For upscale dining, two of our favorite restaurants were The Rock at Golden Rock and Bananas. Both of these restaurants are magical, especially at night. For more casual dining we also enjoyed Sunrise (by the airport) and Double Deuce (great burger). We plan to return to this luxurious home in this little corner of paradise!
  • Submitted: Mar 29, 2014
  • Stayed: Mar 2014