A complete retreat from modern noise and activity, the Sea-U Guest House provides a haven from the technology that interrupts your inner peace and stresses everyone else out too; after a little while Sea-U really does feel like the Garden of Eden.
The setting is secluded but not too remote; it's not far to the beach where you can stroll or sit and watch amazing surfers or sit in one of the rock pools. There are a couple of local bars - nothing fancy but friendly where you can get a beer, etc.
It's quite a steep hill on the way home but no-one is in a hurry, are they? You can always find a shady hammock or a comfy seat on the deck when you get back while the delightful little honesty bar is waiting with cool drinks to refresh you. I never slept so well nor so long as I did here. If you haven't opted for aircon, take anti mosquito stuff and use the bed net, leaving the shutters open to the breeze.
Ushi has brought the best of her German hospitality skills to Bathsheba and successfully married them to Bajan ways. Eating the lovely home cooked food with other guests in the evening is a treat and an opportunity to meet and learn a bit about other cultures (and sometimes a bit about yourself!) the sound of the sea insists that you breathe and move at a different, slower pace. Don't fight it! The rooms are spacious, shady, cool and clean and the staff are so kind and there is always someone around if you need them.
If you want to indulge in restaurant style fine dining, the Atlantis is a 2 minute walk but you need to book ahead.
So, spend a few days here and re-learn the simple pleasure of a holiday like the ones when you were a kid. If you want action, entertainment and hi-tec accessories and competitive fashion, you won't adjust easily to this place, but I urge you to try!