Lindbergh Landing

By:Spencer Hanley

In 1929 Nevisian-born Ernest Hasting Hanley, a grave digger, returned to his beloved Nevis after 11 years in the cane fields of Cuba. He landed at Hamilton Estate and acquired 5 acres of woodlands with a vision for future development.

His pioneering spirit earned him the nickname “Lucky Lindbergh”. His vision for future development is being expanded through the eyes of his son Spencer, daughter-in-law Jacqueline, and grand children Nicola (Nikki) and Spencer Jr.  They have complimented the natural fauna of the original agricultural woodlands with self-contained cottages with on-suite and private porch for sunbathing.

The Club House is suitable for hosting small functions (50 persons) such as weddings, birthday parties, etc.  Lindbergh Landing is a tropical vacation retreat nestled in lush woodland foliage 1,200 feet above sea level.  Take the stairs to the 15-foot sunset observation deck and enjoy breathtaking vista of the Caribbean Sea, majestic mountain terrain, and watch Green Vervet monkeys at play in mango trees that landscape your panoramic view.

The landscape is further complimented with natural dry walls Take a walk through eco-nature trails then relax at the bar for a refreshing ‘Spirit’ of St. Louis (in-house rum punch) or cocktail of your choice while enjoying the most tranquil and soothing atmosphere imaginable making Lindbergh LandingThe Nevisian Mountain Experience”.




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