Frankfort is a 17th Century fortress that was brilliantly restored as a remarkable four-bedroom home on a beautiful idyllic Caribbean beach. The old Sugar Wharf House features the original fortified loopholes, original beamed ceilings and fortified stone walls. In 2004, Frankfort underwent a total renovation and was completely transformed into a paradigm of 21st Century laid-back elegance.
Frankfort was once the holiday retreat of Winston Churchill, Queen Mary, Prince Edward, Secretary General U Thant, Prime Minister Trudeau, Prime Minister Michael Manley, Dr. Henry Kissinger, Sir Noel Coward, Bryan Adams and Drew Barrymore. Guests will enjoy the old photos of celebrity guests that still sit atop the piano.
The half million dollar renovation included adding Italian Travertine floors, stylish and comfortable seating areas in crisp white fabrics and stunning Euro-style modern bedrooms with brand new en-suite bathrooms complete with glass wall showers.
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