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Absolutely worth the visit and the batik they make there are the best souvenirs/presents that I brought home. You get a good feel for the workings of the plantation and the culture for better or worse, of that time period.
Included as a stop on our island tour but also an option via hire car or taxi Romney Manor is a few miles north of Basseterre just off the main road - the gardens are stunning. There is a small entrance charge of a few...More
Grounds were beautiful however we would have loved to walk on the trails to really enjoy the atmosphere. Not really much to do. Stopped at the cute clean bar/restaurant right when you get the there, the Railway bar which made exceptional Pina Coladas😀
Romney Manor was included as part of a tour of the island I booked with my family while on a cruise. Unfortunately our visit was too brief, as our group arrived a bit late. But the grounds are beautiful and the history is interesting. We...More
This is a really well done botanical gardens. Laid out in layers with information on the wide range of plants. The oldest tree on the island really is a magical place. We sat there reflecting when owner came and chatted. Magical place. In addition has...More
Date of experience: August 2019
maurice w, Owner at Romney Manor, responded to this reviewResponded 8 August 2019
Thanks for your kind words.
I’m guessing you were the folks from Tortola?
It was a pleasure exchanging garden stories. I look forward to seeing your orchid trees.
We hope you enjoyed our lovely island and that we will see you again.
We visited and found the gardens super. Not everything was tabled but enough to understand what could be native to the jungle on St. Kitts. Very much different from the low land beaches on the water where most of the people live. It was much...More