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I am looking for some detailed information on this resort (details of the rooms and facilities). Also, does anyone know how often their shuttle goes to their beach and at what time?

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    Montpelier is an unusually fine Plantation Resort. The new owners (Tim and Meredith Hoffman - they purchased the hotel about 18 months ago) have done a wonderful job updating the hotel. The previous owners set high standards and the Hoffmans had continued that tradition. The rooms are tastefully decorated with fine antiques, new fabrics, comfortable beds and fine linens. The grounds are impeccably maintained and have excellent views of Mt. Nevis, Charlestown, the Caribbean and the neighboring island of St. Kitts. The staff is top notch as is the service and the food is some of the best on the island. Dinner on the terrace overlooking the lights of Charlestown and Basseterre is as a treat you won't soon forget. Once or twice a week they serve dinner in the Sugar Mill. Seating here is limited but if you are in the mood for romance you can't ask for a better location.

    Their private beach is about 10 or 12 minute drive away and I'm pretty sure they will take you back and forth whenever you'd like.

    Montpelier has played host to English Royalty and other dignitaries from all over the world and the best part is they treat all their guests as if they are special. The fact that they have many repeat guests who return year after year says it all.

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