Point of entry to the Plantation; visitor parking available at front of house
This lush terrain is home to beautiful indigenous flora and fauna
Located at the front of the house; filled with hibiscus, roses, orchids and fruit trees
Traditional 17th century herb garden featuring culinary and medicinal varieties
The large Sandbox Tree is over 400 years old; better known as 'monkey-no-climb'
17th century Jacobean mansion featuring Barbadian and English antiques
Museum and shop featuring St. Nicholas Abbey rum and sugar products; rum tasting for visitors
Serving lunch, tea and other light refreshments.
Home movie filmed by Charles Cave on a visit in 1935, showing scenes of Bridgetown and country life
Moluccan Cockatoos and Macaws enjoy interacting with visitors, but please don't feed them
We bottle & package all of our rum products by hand on the Plantation
Our rum is produced using the traditional pot still / column method in the old stables
Fully-functioning steam mill c. late 19th century (seasonal operation)
The remains of an an original windmill, likely for corn or maize c.1720
Introduced to the plantation in 2015 as a seedling; grown from a seed pod of an ancient Baobab Tree in Warrens.
Now used for storage