Lovely low-key island life- we arrived as foot passengers when the ferry was in dry dock and therefore relied on the inn to ferry us round by bus from our beach-side rooms to the inn, ferry and so on. Very relaxed approach to time which soon reminds you to slow down from city life! Our beach lodgings were simple but beautiful but as everyone else has pointed out, this place is really all about the food and wow, it really is a unique experience- we counted 17 different plates, all of them incredibly imaginative, delicious and beautifully served. Yes, it's expensive and not for anyone who's conservative about their eating habits but in my view, well worth the trip.
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