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As the various airlines were suspending their scheduled air service into St Kitts, the Government of St Kitts and Nevis announced the closure of the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport to all incoming commercial and private flights effective at midnight, 25th March. This is in addition to the cancellation of all cruise ships and private yachts into its harbors. This move was required to contain the spread of this deadly disease and while protecting all Kittitians and Nevisians including our team and our guests at Belle Mont Farm. Therefore, Belle Mont Farm is faced with the unfortunate situation to temporarily suspend its hotel operations until further notice. This situation will then be reviewed on a weekly basis by the General Manager and the Board of Directors, given the fast paced and changing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic. We will keep in contact with you and provide details of our reopening, when our team can return to do what they love, welcoming our guests to Belle Mont Farm.

In the meantime we have introduced new St Kitts Government Approved Health and Safety Protocols.

We have also made re-booking and reservation changes to be more flexible. 

Reservations and Booking Incentives:

Existing reservations for upcoming travel
For bookings that are postponed, we agree to hold rates/offers, for one year from the original date of arrival. (We will hold the 2020 rate for a guest re-booking for 2021 during the same rate period.) We will also credit all monies to the new booking dates and plus (based on a minimum three-night stay).

New reservations
All reservations that are made for travel up to December 19th, 2020 the (new) deposit requirement is one-night. 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the employees and guests alike, who make our Resort an “Amazing and Unique Island Experience” (TripAdvisor March 2020)

General Manager:      Christopher Eastmond:
Director of Rooms:     Gail Harvey-Warner: