|The secluded inn at cades bay sits on a long stretch of beach on the island of nevis in the west indies, providing a unique caribbean escape for travelers seeking economical getaways, outdoor adventure and tranquil respites. From these four scenic acres opposite nevis' sister island of st. Kitts, guests can enjoy swimming, rainforest walks, scuba diving, snorkeling and windsurfing. Visitors are close to a museum, botanical gardens, historic plantation homes, sugar mills and churches. The inn's staff can help visitors plan their itineraries, especially to charlestown, the 16th century capital.
the hotel's tequila sheila's serves all three meals, and a sunday brunch with live music on the beach. Eddy's, on charlestown's memorial square, specializes in west indies cuisine and happy hours where visitors can mingle with the locals after a day of shopping in town.
the inn at cades bay's 16 air conditioned guestrooms face the sea and feature light colored cane furniture, ceiling fans, wet bars, coffeemakers, and verandas with teak furniture, hammocks perfect for relaxing and shade from trellises covered by flowering vines.