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Aug 15th, 1996, 09:43 AM
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Amanda
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St. Kitts

The Golden Lemon: Arthur Leaman, a former decorating editor of House and Garden, created and runs this internationally famous, quiet retreat located at the the isolated north end of St Kitts. In bedrooms you'll find canopied, wroght-iron and four poster beds draped with mosquito netting, armoires, chaise lounges, rocking chairs, and a varitey of stunning fabrics in unconventional colors like mango and raspberry. A cool, dark, well-appointed bar and lounge offer a peaceful respite from the sun, and the restaurant is one of the best on the island. A gray-sand beach, guarded by rusty cannonballs and shaded by palm trees, offers views of St. Martin shimmering in the distance. If you were planning on bringing the little ones, however, this isn't the place for you because they do not allow children under 18 years of age. As you might gather, this place is expensive but worth it (over $275/night). (Box 17, Dieppe Bay tel.809-465-7260 or 800-633-7411. 32 rooms and suites. Restaurant, pool, tennis court, duty-free shop. AE, MC, V
 
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Nov 4th, 1996, 11:53 AM
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Lois Fay
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It's been 8 years since I've been there, but I'm a tee shirt/bare foot traveller. The Ocean Terrace Inn and Fisherman's Wharf Restaurant were the greatest. By the end of our week there, my husband and I were right in with the locals. The OTI does not have a beach, but a great pool overlooking the harbor with pool bar!! You can walk to town and stagger back home! Have fun and do not miss Brimstone Hill, it is overwhelming.
 
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