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Small Inns
Turtle Nest Inn , Main Road (A3), Bodden Town,
345-947-8665, fax
345-947-6379,, $$. Although this inn is located on
the main street in Bodden Town, it offers a beautiful beach with plenty of
tranquillity. The Spanish-style hotel is a two-story building with cool tile
floors and bright Caribbean color bedspreads and rattan couches. Guest
accommodations are one-bedroom apartments, each with fully equipped
kitchens. Each room includes both a queen-sized bed and a double pull-out
couch as well as TV, VCR, digital phone, ceiling fans, and central air condi-
tioning. There's a gas barbecue on the beach for guest use, a laundry room,
a freshwater pool, and twice-weekly restaurant.
Where to Eat
The scale below indicates the approximate cost of a meal for one
person, including drink and gratuity. The price scale refers to US $.
$..................Under $15 per person
$$...................$15-$30 per person
$$$..................$31-$40 per person
Wreck Bar and Grille , Rum Point,
345-947-9412, $-$$. Dine
on burgers, club sandwiches, patties, conch fritters, BBQ chicken
salad, fisherman's salad, and jerk pork sandwiches in the comfort
of your bathing suit. Table service to the beachside picnic tables makes
this an enjoyable way to lunch on a relaxing Rum Point day. On Saturday
afternoons, enjoy a buffet lunch here for CI $12, including jerk chicken,
ribs, rice and peas. The Barefoot Man entertains at the Wreck bar from 3-6
on Saturdays so grab a table close to the bandstand.
Reef Point Restaurant and Lounge , Bodden Town (east of Pirate
345-947-2183, $-$$. This eatery sits right on the main road. It
serves local dishes as well as pizza and snacks, and is well known for daily
shark feedings at 6 pm; toothy visitors up to six feet long come by for an
evening snack.
Red Ginger , North Side Surf Inn, North Side,
345-947-1431, $$-$$$.
You wouldn't think that you'd find one of the island's best-loved restau-
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