Nisbet Plantation, Nevis Offers Respite From Winter and 7th Night Free With ‘January Thaw’

NEVIS, West Indies, Nov. 8 /PRNewswire/ — Nisbet Plantation, the Caribbean’s only historic plantation inn located directly on the beach is also renowned as one of the region’s very best values. And to enhance its best value status, Nisbet is encouraging sun seekers to escape the winter chill and receive their 7th night free with its new “January Thaw” special available January 3 to January 31, 2006.

Rates for the 7-night “January Thaw” special start from as little as $1,425 per person and include:

* 8-days/7-nights in a charming cottage under the palm trees – with the
seventh night free
* Automatic upgrade from breakfast-only to a full MAP meal plan including
daily breakfast served by the pool, afternoon tea and a multi-course
gourmet dinner nightly in the Great House
* Complimentary tennis and croquet
* Free use of snorkeling equipment
* Free postage and local telephone calls
* Weekly manager’s rum punch party

Package rates are subject to a 10 % service charge and 9 % government tax (with no tax on the free night).

Nisbet Plantation re-opened in October after a $1.5 million renovation including — a new spa treatment room; fitness centre; hot tub by the ocean; refurbishment of all cottages; and air conditioning the 1778 Great House.

The resort is regularly named one of the top ten values in the Caribbean and voted one of the “world’s best” by the readers of Travel + Leisure. Determined to remain one of the Caribbean’s best values, Nisbet is holding 2005 rates into 2006 and is automatically upgrading guests staying over 4 nights to a full MAP meal plan.

Nisbet has been proclaimed one of the “world’s best places to stay” in Conde Nast Traveler’s 2005 Gold List and rates Nisbet as the most popular resort on the island of Nevis — ahead of Four Seasons. A favorite of honeymooners and lovers, it was also named “among the top 10 most romantic resorts in the Caribbean,” by

Nisbet Plantation’s beautifully restored Great House is the ancestral home of Fanny Nisbet, wife of Admiral Horatio Nelson, Britain’s most revered and famous naval hero. Today, Nisbet’s 36 charming cottages renovated with all modern conveniences are set in 30 acres of lush tropical foliage. A freshwater pool, hot tub, restaurant and bar are located on the beach. Keeping with the resort’s “best value” image, guests receive complimentary use of all tennis, coquet and snorkeling equipment.

The island of Nevis which is oftentimes called “the island time forgot” is easy to get to from major US gateways via Puerto Rico, St. Kitts, St. Maarten, and Antigua.

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