The house is filled with fabulous artwork from the 16th to 19th century, Persian rugs, elegant furniture pieces and art glass making your stay a once in a lifetime experience. The house was built by Sir John Colleton in the 1650s. Sir John was a sugar baron who headed up a group to which King Charles II gave North and South Carolina and all the land to the Pacific Ocean.
The property was recently re-opened to the public as a historic guest house. It has three beautiful suites in the Great House and a two-bedroom self-contained guest cottage. It is a short walk to the stunning west coast beaches, the new and fashionable Nikki Beach and lots of bars and restaurants from elegant to fun Bajan local rum bars.