his tiny tropical Eden has a modest reputation that includes a few complaints about the need for more regular updating.
It is a pleasant B&B that sits well in the shadows of the Heron House. Rates, however, are fair. And the grounds, dotted with rare and beautiful plants, rival even those at The Gardens.
Comprising four white buildings with 15 suites and three separate cottages, this tidy complex is reached via a gravel drive. Inside, the lobby looks like an art gallery with wrought-iron ...