A prosperous farmer known to all as Tonton (uncle in Creole) Léon constructed these creole-style bungalows in 2012 so as to share his verdant, north-side farm with ecotourists. Located high above the seaside town of St. Pierre, it is in a mountain hamlet that can seem like a step back in time. Yet these rooms have ample space and boast glossy, aquamarine tilework and well, they can't be called roughing it, despite the lack of TVs and phones. There's no air-conditioning, either, but with the fresh mountain breezes it can even be chilly up here. The rustic prix-fixe restaurant features local fish, poultry and meat and the organic produce and fruit from Leon's fields that have helped earn him a part-time position teaching agriculture in France.