Cozy B & B secluded in an attractive eco-setting on breezy Baker Hill offering breathe-taking views of islands, mountains and ocean. Fresh breezes keep our comfortable and elegantly decorated rooms super cool. Only 10 minutes ride away from the airport, seaport, beach or commercial center, our property is set on grounds of approximately one acre dotted with gardens – vegetable, herbal and horticultural. A luscious aqua green hedge marks the boundaries of our little “world of relaxation”. Within you will discover a mini low-impact nature trail and hammock “hang-outs”. Our seven (7) rooms with private baths include two self-catering suites with balconies. Each room comes with a complimentary continental breakfast but we also offer full breakfasts.
Lunch and dinner are available by reservation and are prepared using home grown organic produce cultivated on property for your preferred health requirements. Chilled local fruit drinks, fresh herbal beverages and teas* are some of our specialties and are a refreshing delight. Make a request to be introduced to our leaves, roots and barks that have medicinal and/or aphrodisiac properties such as- mauby, noni, gum bark, bitter ash cacti, aloe to name a few. Be brave and partake of a few doses here and there like blended aloe and juice first thing in the morning or guava leaf tea with a touch of salt to check a runny tummy. A few small shots of “bush rum” (our blend) will warm the blood put a cold on hold and keep a swing in your step. Lots of young coconut water will fulfill your diuretic needs or a few fresh cayenne peppers taken orally (not hot coming out if taken correctly) daily will help unclog your veins and dispatch mucus from your body. We grow the combination of tea leaves that drive dengue, the common cold or the flu away. Among our cultivated fresh seasonings one can find rosemary, marjoram, oregano, coriander, ginger root, turmeric, celery, parsley, tarragon, variety of thymes, curry leaf, chives, shallots and the list goes on. Desiring guests may be facilitated in selecting their own combination of tea leaves, or in strolling through the gardens to harvest fruit, vegetables, and coconuts or to collect eggs produced by free range hens.