Nevis, Saint Kitts and Nevis

Paradise Beach Nevis: Four-bedroom Garden Villa

Rates per night from$3,500.00

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North of Charlestown



You could probably count the steps from your Four-bedroom Garden Villa to the beach on one hand, such is the proximity of its luxury resort home Paradise Beach Nevis to the shore. The residence is hidden behind high walls, secluded within verdant gardens, and yet ideally placed on Nevis’ west coast for exploring the island and its beautiful beaches. Designed in Balinese style, with a thatched roof and chunky wooden beams, the villa has plenty of space for entertaining – you can cook for yourself, or bring in the services of a private chef. Nearby, there are a number of restaurants worth sampling (don’t miss the lobster) and colourful Caribbean villages to snap photos of, but if you just want to unwind on the beach there’s watersports equipment and a bar serving icy cold drinks.

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First Glance

  • Set within verdant gardens filled with tropical flowers, the villa is built in a Balinese style with a thatched, peaked roof and a natural-wood frame. Inside there’s over 315sq m of space, decorated in neutral tones to compliment the chunky beams and thatched ceiling.
  • Views are maximised with large windows and hurricane doors. The back of the villa has a wall of floor-to-ceiling glass doors that overlook the swimming pool and terrace. When these are drawn open the villa takes on an airy indoor-outdoor feel.
  • The villa is set on one storey, with the four bedrooms leading off the main living space. Relax on the comfortable grey sofas, take a seat at the breakfast bar or nip into the kitchen to whip up delicious treats.
  • The living area is spacious and bright thanks to the large windows that wrap around three sides. It’s perfectly designed for entertaining, with a breakfast bar, dining table and eight chairs and a seating area with grey sofas and armchairs.
  • The kitchen is set within a wooden frame within the open-plan living area, which makes self-catering a breeze. Head to the markets to purchase local fish and perfectly ripe tropical fruit to create your own meals at home or ask the concierge to bring in a private chef to cater to your every culinary whim.
  • Downstairs there’s a separate small bathroom and a well-equipped laundry with a washing machine and tumble dryer, iron and ironing board.
  • Though there’s no actual gym, there’s a small side room off the main living area with gym equipment including a TRX suspension system, yoga mat and dumbbells.

Villa highlights

  • Steps from the sands
  • Exclusive estate
  • Private chef on speed-dial

Sleeping arrangements

  • All of the bedrooms are accessed from the main living space and are of a similar size; there are two rooms with king-size beds and two with queen-size beds.
  • The two queen rooms have comfortable beds that can be made up as twins on request. There are verdant views of the front garden from the balcony; open up the enormous floor-to-ceiling glass hurricane doors to welcome the outside in. Each room has a flatscreen TV and its own ensuite bathroom, with a bath tub, Hermès bath products and robes and slippers.
  • The two king rooms are dominated by enormous four-poster beds, from which there are fantastic views out of the hurricane doors to terrace and pool area – we’ll take our breakfast right there, please. The rooms have lots of wardrobe space and an ensuite bathroom each with a walk-in shower, twin sinks and a separate outdoor shower. You won’t need to lose your inhibitions too much, as it’s screened from prying eyes. There are Hermès bath products and robes and slippers in the bathrooms, and a flatscreen TV in the bedrooms.

Key kit

  • Hammock.
  • Beach loungers and umbrellas.
  • TRX suspension system, dumbbells, yoga mat and medicine ball.
  • Computer station and office supplies.
  • Digital flatscreen TV and DVD player.
  • Free WiFi throughout.
  • Air-conditioning.
  • Ceiling fans.
  • Private parking.
  • Laundry room with washer and dryer.
  • Beach towels.
  • Iron and ironing board.
  • Highchairs (on request).


  • The outdoor pool is pebbledashed and sub-lit after sundown for nocturnal swims. The deck is a mix of smooth tiles and glossy, dark wood and is set up with sunloungers and tables for alfresco dining.
  • Attached to the main swimming pool is a smaller plunge pool. There’s also a thatched cabana which is furnished with a table and chairs.


  • The resort’s 10-acre grounds are home to a handful of villas, shielded by high, whitewashed walls – it feels like a luxurious private estate and is very secluded.
  • Outside the front of the villa there is space to park your car, and to the rear there’s a large terrace, where you’ll find the two pools, a cabana and seating.
  • Step outside the villa and face the sound of the sea: that’s how close the beach is. It’s very secluded, but not strictly private; there are no public beach facilities so it’ll never get busy, but you may need to share it occasionally with other sunseekers or the odd friendly, wild cow.
  • Staying at the villa means you can order drinks and snacks from the tiki bar (open 10am–sunset). Pick from a short but mouthwatering menu of Nevisian dishes and fresh salads, and don’t miss the Planter’s Spicy Rum Punch.
  • The beach has watersports equipment to borrow, like snorkels and paddleboards. There are loungers, hammocks and umbrellas to ensure your sunbathing is just so.
  • If you fancy a meal out, the nearest restaurant is a short drive away, but there’s a food truck serving traditional Nevisian cuisine opposite the entrance to the estate. It comes highly recommended by the locals.


  • The villa’s on the western shore of Nevis, just 15 minutes’ drive from Vance W. Amory International Airport and 10 minutes’ drive from the capital, Charlestown. The villa is just a few steps from the beach, with the thickly forested interior rising away to the east.
  • Nevis demands that you make a bit of effort to reach her: you’ll need to fly to St Kitts and take a water taxi or ferry across the two-mile strait called the Narrows, or fly to one of the larger Caribbean Islands like Antigua or Sint Maarten and then fly to Nevis’ tiny airport. Once you get there the island is a pleasure to explore – we’d recommend a car to get the most out of your stay.

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