Serenity now: That’s what you’ll find at this 30-acre oceanfront enclave of 59 restored vintage cottages, spread among large lawns dotted with coconut palms, banyan trees, and tropical flowers. The black-sand beach is not good for swimming (there’s a small pool for that), but it offers intriguing driftwood for beachcombers and mesmerizing sunset views; claim a hammock or a lounge chair. The charmingly rustic but airy cottages feature full kitchens, lanais, and modern perks such as Wi-Fi, A/C (window units), and flatscreen TVs. The one- and two-bedroom units have one bathroom, while the three-bedroom versions offer two baths, perfect for families; a few larger houses are also available. Owned by the heirs of Norwegian immigrant Hans Peter Faye, who ran a sugar plantation, the property is now managed by Coast Hotels, which has poured money into tasteful upgrades. Tip: Garden-view units have the lowest rates.