We (two couples) just spent New Year's Eve in Windwardside, Saba. We rented a two bedroom, 150 year old cottage with modern tiled bathrooms, large, well-equipped kitchen and living room complete with games, local interest books and comfy chairs. It was so interesting to read the cottage's history and to live in the original structure. We rented the Althea Cottage, Windwardside, Saba, which is directly above the tourist office and less than two minutes from shops, restaurants, dive shops and hiking trail heads. This is no small advantage, since 99% of Saba is either up or down and one could go awfully wrong with a long uphill walk. We usually cooked at night and relaxed as the wind howled outside. I was able to book this cottage through the website www. saba_cottage.com and made payments through Paypal. For such a faraway place, the arrangements were very easy. And the cottage was really a treat to stay in.