Hotels in Saba
This is not your average villa. The restored white clapboard cottage is right in the middle of the rain forest. But it’s more convenient than you might think—only a five-minute walk up stone steps from the village of Windwardside.
Owned and run by a stylish French couple, the property has simple white rooms decorated with local artworks. The restaurant appeals to wine aficionados.
A wooded, five-square-mile dormant volcano crossed by a thin, winding road, Dutch-controlled Saba is one of the most unspoiled islands in the Caribbean. Not for beachgoers—it is virtually sand-free—Saba lures nature lovers and divers with its rain-forest hiking trails and superb protected reefs.