Located on the fertile slopes of Mt. Liamuiga, Belle Mont Farm on Kittitian Hill features 84 Guesthouses, a four-bedroom Farmhouse, and five breath-taking villas designed by world-renowned architect Bill Bensley and planted within a 400-acre organic farm.
Belle Mont Farm guests are immersed in the local culture, farming community, and distinct culinary experiences. Guesthouses feature open verandas and private infinity pools, sweeping views of the Caribbean Sea, and al fresco bathrooms with a rainwater shower and freestanding roll-top bath. Two-bedroom villas offer the perfect stay for families, with full kitchens, large terraces and infinity pools. The four-bedroom Farmhouses provide ample room for up to eight people with a central living area and professional kitchen. Private attendants are assigned to each accommodation, as well as a 24-hour concierge. Guests can enjoy gourmet meals with ingredients harvested from the surrounding land and Caribbean Sea. Dining options include The Kitchen restaurant & The Mill bar, The Pool Grille, and The Farm which exhibits a rustic communal table set amongst organic orchids, vegetable and fruit gardens. The famed Golden Lemon Inn at Dieppe Bay – just a 10-minute drive from Belle Mont Farm – is the newest addition to the Kittitian Hill community, offering a black sand beach and Arthur's sea-to-table restaurant. To round out the dining experiences, Belle Mont Farm's wine programme is curated by Master of Wine Isabelle Legeron, an international leader in the natural wine movement. Wellness offerings elevate mind, body and spirit, including spa treatments featuring indigenous ingredients and The Workshop fitness centre. Twelve essential oils are grown on property ranging from lemongrass to vetiver, and guests have the opportunity to create their own herb body scrub and take home the scents of the islands. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy Irie Fields, a Par 71, 18-hole golf course designed by legendary golfer-turned-golf-course-designer Ian Woosnam, that doubles as farmland and is the world's first “edible golf course,” where players can snack on fruit growing at every turn.
St. Kitts & Nevis Robert L Bradshaw International Airport (SKB)
November through April