Betty`s Hope was a large-scale plantation on Antigua and Barbuda, and today is no longer in operation. The estate have today a heritage status, and some of the buildings on the former estate have been restored, amongst others, this sugar mill, that is quite the impressive site.
Here is a little history from one of Antigua`s large tourist attractions. The Betty`s Hope suger plantation
This little quote is from http://www.antigua-barbuda.org. :
Betty’s Hope was the first large sugar plantation on Antigua, and its success led to the island’s rapid development of large-scale sugar production. Although the only surviving structures are two stone sugar mills and the remains of the stillhouse, the site’s importance in Antiguan history has prompted the government to begin developing it as an open air museum. About a hundred stone windmill towers dot the Antiguan landscape, and the two restored examples at Betty’s Hope provide a dramatic sense of the way these mills must have dominated the island during the hundreds of years that sugar production was the dominant industry. Betty’s Hope was built by Sir Christopher Codrington, who came to Antigua in 1674 from Barbados, and was named for his daughter.
Here is a image in HDR that I took of the structures