Willard's of Saba

Address: Booby Hill, Box 515, Windwardside, 59941, Saba | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Booby Hill, Box 515, Windwardside.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Willard's of Saba Windwardside

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Windwardside

Up the Volcano

A travel blog entry by spsadventures on Dec 08, 2012

7 photos

... and they actually had a tour going. (Many of the other operators didn't have a tour going at all this weekend, and some didn't want to do a tour just for 2 people.) We met with David, the tour guide, and got loaded onto the "Safari bus." In addition to us, there were 5 people from the cruise ship.
As we drove around the island to the trailhead, David shared some information with everybody and pointed out some sights. I found it humorous ...

International Island

A travel blog entry by mtbrown on Mar 09, 2012

2 comments, 15 photos

... the day before; when I first saw the ship, I thought the Nieuw Amsterdam had not left. They are both Vista class, and completely dwarf the Prinsendam.

St. Maarten was discovered in 1493 by Christopher Columbus, who didn’t even set foot on the island; he claimed it for Spain from the deck of his ship. Spain colonized it and soon found that it did not have any rivers or other potable water, so that ...

Money, money, money!

A travel blog entry by livin_the_dream on Apr 30, 2011

3 photos

... beaches and I found the cutest little house pictured at right during our stroll. It has a hammock strung up in the corner of the porch and a small table and chairs on the back side. A very delightful little place. Just down the road from it I noticed this equally cute mailbox on the left. There is an airstrip on the island but only small planes can land at it and it is a very steep drop to land. Fun to watch. I'll bet it would be fun to try as well.
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Anse de Columbier & Gustavia

A travel blog entry by sv.equinox on Mar 13, 2011

15 photos

... were finally heading for St. Barts, with moderate winds of 11 knots, travelling at 3-4 knots speed....not very quick, but very pleasant travelling. We saw Saba at 11.45am to our starboard side. By that time the winds had picked up to 20 knots at times, which took our speed up to about 7-8 knots. We made good time and arrived in St. Barts at Anse Du Colombier at 3.00pm and picked up a marine park mooring ball.

Anse De Columbier is ...

Five Days in Statia!!

A travel blog entry by dbkay on Oct 07, 2010

2 comments, 62 photos

... However, the people who have been here for a long time don’t ever remember so much rain and wind. On the StormPulse website, the band of cloud defining this storm is IMMENSE – maybe 1000km across !!!

The small twin-Otter Winair flight (20-seater) left on time under partly blue skies and some sunshine. Little or no turbulence – a smooth 20 minute flight to St. Eustatius (commonly called ...