Tiny and charming, this three-story hotel is wedged into dense tropical foliage on a steep hillside above Britannia Bay. Originally built as a private villa in the early 1970s, the inn has just five exquisite rooms: one has a private deck with hot tub; another, a plunge pool; another, an open-air shower. Each is equipped with an iPod (loaded with specially selected music), dock, and speakers. A waterfall connects the inn's two pools, and the beach is just down the (rather
steep) garden path. Because the resort is built on a hillside and most rooms are accessed via a spiral staircase, it is not a suitable choice for guests with young children or folks with disabilities. All meals are included, as well as picnic lunches, afternoon tea, and sunset snacks. Firefly restaurant serves Caribbean cuisine, gourmet pizza, and pasta dishes.