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There's a 14-room inn in Nelson's dockyard, at Antigua's historic English Harbour, and on St. Kitts, vacationers can spend a holiday in a windmill tower fitted with modern comforts. These and other small and special places to stay are described in Margaret Zellers new book, Caribbean -- The Inn Way (Berkshire Traveler Press). "Hospitality is assured," Mrs. Zellers has discovered during frequent stays at small inns in the Caribbean where one can also find good values, exceptional food and an opportunity to enjoy life and the West Indians do.

The author gives details about 137 inns on more than 20 Caribbean islands. Most of the inns have less than 30 bedrooms, with prices ranging from inexpensive to luxury. The book may be obtained by sending $4.95 plus $1.50 for postage and handling to Geomedia Productions, Southport, CT 06490, or in many bookstores.

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