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PLAN YOUR VISITTICKETSBDS$ 35 AdultsBDS$ 20 ChildrenTicket prices include entrance to St. Nicholas Abbey, inclusive the great house, gardens and gullies, rum distillery and nearby Cherry Tree Hill, a historic avenue of Mahogany Trees located just...more
All reviews sugar cane plantation house rum punch guided tour the owner rum making cherry tree hill the ground floor well worth a visit short film home movie gift shop buy a bottle on site warren family st nicholas aged rum
This stunning restored Jacobean mansion is beautiful. They are in the process of putting a train in as well.Have a light lunch on the patio, it is so relaxing. They have a lot of really neat sugar mill tools as well. The details were not...More
I had read a lot about St Nicholas Abbey before going. $45 Barbados to get in. Building a steam railway which opens 21 January 2019 which should be amazing.
Your money gets you a guided tour, of the house (down stairs only), a film made...More
There was a group of 6 of us and we absolutely loved the tour! We were island hoping so this was our second rum tour, the first was on Martinique and this one was so much better! Simon the owners son was absolutely lovely and...More
Ended up only stopping here to pee. Paid to go in. Very pretty and historical. Watched a quick movie about the history of the Abby. Then went for the tasting.
The owner came out to greet us. Within a few minutes he called my husband...More
If you like your rum then this is a must. Great little production tour and excellent tasting session. Staff very friendly and Simon (one of owners sons) was a laugh during the tasing session. Expanding with a train next year also.
We decided to visit st. Nicolas Abby, half of our party had been here before, half went in to look around. I think it was roughly £20 pp. the rest who didn’t go in couldn’t used the cafe and had to sit out side in...More
Beautiful old buildings! We were there for hours exploring the grounds. We went for a nice walk in the gully and gardens, had a perfect light lunch after the tour and rum tasting. We meet the owners son, and had a lovey chat with him!
Have been before and thoroughly enjoyed everything. Went back this year and everything was very rushed. It felt like they had to get us through before the next group. There was no time to enjoy the rum tasting. The guided tour we felt was very...More
Well worth visiting to understand a little of the history of Barbados and support the estate’s restoration.
The property is being sympathetically renovated and developed to provide an excellent cafe and insight into rum distilling etc.
We just had time for our fruit or rum...More
The place is relatively small. I got the feeling people came and left in an hour. We took a much more relaxed approach; we were lucky to jump straight into a tour, then wandered into the taste session then onto the veranda... More
The place is relatively small. I got the feeling people came and left in an hour. We took a much more relaxed approach; we were lucky to jump straight into a tour, then wandered into the taste session then onto the veranda for lunch. We had a lazy lunch. But if you avoided that or ate quickly you could whizz around the garden at a glance and be done easily within two hours. The place is small for an attraction - but so lovely and pleasant you may wish to soak it up. Your choice.