Guana was built by Quakers.
Quakers who knew how to live.
Upon your arrival
You’ll be greeted on the hilltop with a tropical drink, a cool towel to refresh you from your journey, and a chance to familiarize yourself with the Island and its many pleasures. 18th century Quakers called it The Great House. Today, it’s The Clubhouse where you’ll gather for cocktails and dine on romantic candlelit terraces.
The Clubhouse Bar, constructed in 1934 of stone and coral from the Island.
Our dining terraces overlook the Atlantic, and the Caribbean. Mingling is encouraged.
Choose your own pace
If you like, you may choose to socialize with other guests in our comfortable Living Room, or just relax on a jasmine scented terrace and count the falling stars. Browse the Library to find a good book. Or write one yourself. Our guests have been known to do both.
In the gathering room—decorated with watercolors of the Island painted in the 1930s— guests play backgammon, or mingle before dinner on the open air terrace.