This December, Kittitian Hill in St. Kitts will unveil the first chapter of its luxury sustainable development: Belle Mont Farm, a collection of guesthouses set within an organic farm where travelers will find a meaningful connection with food, nature and themselves. Reservations are now being accepted for stays starting on December 12.
Set on the north coast of St. Kitts amid 400 acres on the fertile slopes of Mt. Liamuiga, Belle Mont Farm will immerse guests in local culture and heritage, an organic farming community, and distinct farm-to-table culinary experiences at The Kitchen restaurant & The Mill bar.
Kittitian Hill's organic farm will offer a collection of exotic fruits and vegetables, with accommodations thoughtfully sowed in the landscape. Designed by award-winning world-renowned architect Bill Bensley, 84 Guesthouses and seven, four-bedroom Farmhouses will feature panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea and neighboring islands. Overseen by General Manager Carlos Salazar, Belle Mont Farm amenities will include Irie Fields Golf Course and The Workshop fitness center. The famed Golden Lemon Inn at Dieppe Bay will be a part of the Kittitian Hill community, offering a seafood restaurant, beach club and bar.
Kittitian Hill is a $600 million hospitality and real estate destination. The brainchild of Val Kempadoo, a social entrepreneur with Caribbean roots, Kittitian Hill will be a catalyst for change in the region to bring lasting benefits to the islanders and economy.
Introductory rates at Belle Mont Farm start at $800 per night, double occupancy, including breakfast. Continental breakfast with fruit from the farm and fresh-baked breads will be delivered to rooms each morning.