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Montpelier Plantation & Beach
US$ 150.40 (from)
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Montpelier Plantation & Beach

Saint Kitts and NevisCharlestown

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  • Creative cooking
  • Three-hundred-year-old sugar plantation

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Rates and services

Menus 85 USD s.n.i.

terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included


Weekly closing

Main Restaurant: open every day. “Mill Privée”: lunch and Sunday evening.

Annual closing

From August 12th to October 6th.

Our commitments

On an island entirely given over to organic farming, how can food imports be reduced in favour of shorter supply chains?

Built on a former Caribbean sugarcane plantation, this property is proud of its island and works to promote its natural beauty and the local economy. The Chef uses a variety of island ingredients in his dishes, encouraging the residents to preserve their farms and traditional farming methods. To help the property curb imports, the vegetable farmers are careful to grow the products needed in sufficient quantities. The fishermen, meanwhile, are alerted to the concept of sustainable fishing and learn to reject still growing fish.

Dimitris A. Zouka

Chef
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