Each cottage has a pretty porch and from various areas in the gardens you can look out to sea with vistas towards Redonda, Montserrat, and, on a very clear day, even Antigua.
It’s very quiet and peaceful here. There is little noise except for gentle birdsong, monkey calls and, in the evenings, the occasional frog symphony, so you really can relax, contemplate and get away from it all. But if you fancy some exercise, the hotel is the perfect starting point for hikes and walks to the spring water source high above the property. You can also rent mountain bikes.
Golden Rock is steeped in history. Once a working sugar estate dating back to 1801, this small colonial inn lies high up in the hills within the Gingerland district in the south east part of the island. It has been carefully restored by its artist owners who have also brought a contemporary attitude to hospitality and service.
The Golden Rock Inn restaurant conjures up marvellous gourmet meals using fresh and local ingredients. You dine al fresco with views overlooking the sea or the gardens.
Breakfast is served 8 am-10:30 am; lunch 11:30 am-3:00pm; afternoon snacks 3:00 – 6:00 pm; dinner 6:00pm-9:00 each day.