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Ottleys/St. Kitts?

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I need to book my mid-October honeymoon this week and am seriously leaning towards Ottley's Plantation Inn on St. Kitts. Before yesterday I was about to book Peter Island (although it really exceeds our budget), but I have read on this forum that PIR may not have the service that we're looking for. We definitely want to stay somewhere with good hiking nearby. We also want to relax and have the possibility of snorkling. Privacy (not hearing other people while we are in our room) is also a biggie, as is good food.
I've read all the good stuff about Ottley's, but would love to hear more. Would *really* love to hear anything less positive, so that we're prepared or can change our minds accordingly.
Any other suggestions?

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