About Nevis

Nevis is a small island in the Leeward chain on the intersection of the Atlantic and Caribbean.  It is believed to have been first settled by Arawak Indians, and later by the Carib.  Sugar cane and colonialism controlled the island for the next two hundred years until emancipation swept across the Caribbean, and the once rich soil became depleted by cane.

mollybon-nevis-rental-villa-cart-ridingToday, the old plantations have been converted into luxury hotels, and the main coconut plantation into a golf course. Still, the Island maintains its charm with beautiful beaches and excellent hotels and dining at many Island restaurants.  And for those interested in history, Nevis keeps its past close.

Mollybon offers an added opportunity to relax in the company of monkeys while sun bathing at your private Jacuzzi over-looking a tranquil, pirate sea and a distant erupting volcano. The two main nature trails to the top of the mountain and "the Source," begin just outside the villa's gate.

Also, within just a few minutes walk, the elegant Golden Rock Estate Hotel is open to our guests for dining, or maybe just a swim in the pool and a drink at the bar. And for a morning run or a sunset swim, Indian Castle beach is only a ten minute drive.




Finding the perfect family get-away is always hard. For us, it is Mollybon. Quiet, but not remote. Just far enough off the beaten track to be restful, yet close enough to the action to be family-friendly. We have been repeat guests at Mollybon, and will continue to come back in the future. 

Carol Henry
Smithers, BC Canada