These hexagonal two-story villas are a good choice for a funky, budget-friendly, low-key guesthouse experience. The pricier units on the top floors are more spacious and a bit quieter, with spectacular views of Island Harbor and beyond to Scilly Key. Standard rooms are pretty basic, but the two end units have been beautifully renovated, with modern furniture, flat-screen TVs, and attractive bathrooms and kitchens. You can combine these units to suit the size of your group.
The inn's manager, Maria Hawkins, will make you feel like one of the family by the time you leave. Mix your own drinks at the honor bar. The Arawak Café, splashed in psychedelic colors, serves pizzas and lip-smacking Caribbean comfort food. A small private cove with a sandy beach is a five-minute walk away. The common areas have Wi-Fi. Check the website for special rates and packages.