There are 24 spacious and luxurious one, two, three and four bedroom villas, which are perfect for independent travellers, couples, families and small groups. The villas have generous verandas and the large porches look out toward Mount Nevis, which is often capped with fluffy white clouds.
The villas have well-appointed kitchens with microwaves, dishwashers and other modern appliances. The bedrooms are elegantly decorated and feature king size or queen size beds, while beautiful marble floors flow throughout the living space. The villas also have cable TV and wi-fi.
The resort gets its name from the time British Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson watered his ships at the Nevis spring in the 1780s. The fresh water spring is still bubbling today and is home to a wide variety of bird life including the snowy egret and blue heron.