Dating back to the early 1800’s, Golden Rock sits on a hundred acres stretching up the verdant slopes of Nevis Peak. Eleven guest rooms offer privacy and spectacular unsurpassed sea views.
The gentle trade winds and the dramatic Caribbean vistas set the stage for a visit to Golden Rock Inn. The Inn is a former sugar estate dating back to the early 1800’s, thoughtfully restored through the eyes of New York artists Helen and Brice Marden. This rustic and colorful boutique property includes a very unique Sugar Mill Suite, which is the perfect retreat for honeymooners looking to resort on a secluded journey or for the experimental traveler seeking the next thrill. Surrounded by lush tropical gardens, designed by the owners with Miami landscape architect Raymond Jungles, the inn is an escape embraced with birds’ songs and the rustling of bamboo.
For the active and adventurous traveler, do one of the many hikes on the island. One the most scenic hikes starts right behind the hotel. Rent a car and explore the island if you don’t mind driving on the left. The Rock, the restaurant, is famous for its lobster.