I stumbled upon the island after reading a review of The Cottage Club Hotel which is in a central location in Windwardside. This is the main tourist hub on the island - nearly all the shops and restaurants are located in this small town. It offers 10 private cottages; all built in the Saban tradition, and all with great sea views.
So why should you visit Saba itself? It offers some of the best scuba diving in the world; hikers from all over the world visit to explore the 18 recommended botanical trails, and the four villages on the island are well worth exploring with their white wooden facades and green shutters. For a tiny island, it has a superb array of around 15 restaurants to suit every taste and budget. Most importantly the fifteen hundred locals will always welcome you to the island; and anyone that has visited the Caribbean before will know that can sometimes be the highlight of your trip.
If you want more information on The Cottage Club Hotel, click here, and if you want to know more about Saba itself, you can find the official tourism bureau here.
Top tip: If you choose not to walk or hike, transportation around the island is easy with taxis readily available, or you can rent a car and explore on your own if you dare - the roads are narrow, steep and winding.