With 75 ocean view rooms perched on a Southampton cliff, this family-owned resort has the unique distinction of being located adjacent to an enormous sand bar, so guests can wade nearly two football fields in knee- to chest-deep water at low tide. It’s just one of the reasons why the resort has so many repeat guests, including families who flock here for the dine-around ease (breakfast and dinner are included), and golfers who enjoy the proximity to Port Royal Golf Course, a neighboring 6,842-yard course that was once home to the PGA Grand Slam of Golf. Don’t expect to be wowed by the rooms—they’re drab and in need of a renovation—though with views like these most don’t much mind.  The resort has three very good on-site restaurants: Cedar Room, Coral Reef Café, and Ocean Grill, the latter with 30-foot-high, floor-to-ceiling windows that face the water.