This inn lies on a small cay just across the causeway from George Town and opens onto a small, sandy beach. The cay used to be known as Kidd Cay, named after the notorious pirate. Overlooking Elizabeth Harbour, the present complex consists of six apartments, each with a full kitchen, making this a good choice for families. The units are not air-conditioned, although the cross-ventilation is good and ceiling fans help. Each of the pleasantly furnished, summery units comes with maid service, plus a small bathroom. Nearby grocery stores are fairly well stocked if you feel like making your own meals. Those who don't wish to cook can have dinner at one of the other hotels in town or at a local restaurant. This colony hums in April during the Family Island Regatta.