Opened in 1994 in a restored 1832 home on a rocky spur overlooking the "Soup Hole" surf spot, this four-room inn and restaurant serves Caribbean cuisine with an international twist and sweeping views over the grassy lawn to the waves crashing on the beach below. Island classics like flying fish and breadfruit cou cou with fried plantains, spice-blackened catch of the day, and pumpkin fritters are prepared with fresh local ingredients. Saturdays there is a reggae happy hour from 5–7pm (usually with a DJ, occasionally live), and other musical acts performs on some Sundays. May to September, reservations are required for dinner as they stay open only when they have hotel guests or enough outside reservations.