We heard this was a good value from a TV review show so we made sure we visited it. It's very layed back, on the water front, open-air, picnic table / umbrella kind of place. The menu is mostly on a chalk board. The fish was very fresh, the beer very cold, and the price very nice. I had a mahi-mahi sandwich which was great. Definitely make it a point to eat there during your stay.
This traditional island bed and breakfast offers a variety of accommodations, with a choice of private or shared baths, and
features other amenities, such as a swimming pool, a hot tub, gas grills, picnic tables, and a continental breakfast. ...