Set on the white-sand Paradise Beach, this good-value, locally owned barefoot beach hotel has eight free-standing stone cottages, each with one or two bedrooms and a living/dining space, as well as 12 smallish hotel studio rooms with balconies to soak up the sea (or garden) views. Rooms have tile floors, gauzy curtains, and an oyster-shell palette. A food store near the grounds is a great place to stock up on provisions. An open-air restaurant onsite serves both Caribbean and Continental classics, not to mention live music twice weekly.