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Nisbet Plantation Beach Club in Caribbean offer free-night deal in Jan.

Posted by Paul Kandarian  January 20, 2012 07:45 AM

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Nisbet Plantation Beach Club on Nevis, in the Caribbean West Indies, is offering a "January Thaw" deal this month, giving a free night on a six-night stay in cottage-style accommodations for two. Package rates start at $3,350 per couple include full daily breakfast, daily afternoon tea, nightly three-course dinners at the AAA Four Diamond-rated Great House, built in 1778, and airport transfers from Nevis or sister island, St. Kitts.

Usual amenities at the resort, accorded the title of one of the world’s best by Travel + Leisure, Conde Naste Traveler and TripAdvisor.com, include the use of Flip digital cameras, kayaks and snorkeling gear, and resort-wide WiFi. The resort has 36 cottage-style accommodations on 30 acres.

For information and booking, visit http://www.nisbetplantation.com or call 800-742-6008.

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