Located on Frigate Bay Beach at the base of scenic Timothy Hill in St. Kitts, Timothy Beach Resort offers cheap, no-frills accommodations at a very low price point. The beach and pool areas are small and well below average (the beach gets a little better as you walk down the shore), the bare bones rooms are very basic and dated, there’s just one on-site restaurant, chickens and cats may roam the grounds, the beach can harbor vendors, and many standard beach resort amenities are missing (such as a swim-up bar and a spa, just to name a couple); but the property offers a waterside bar (“The Dock Bar”), a few on-site water sports, and monkey sightings (a con for some). The staff is friendly, but the overall level of service here is far from first-rate. Rooms come with mountain or ocean views (all have full balconies except the mountain view rooms, which have mini balconies) and some have kitchens. Activities include paragliding off of Timothy Hill (a highly unique beach resort activity, for obvious reasons), jet skiing, kayaking, and good on-site snorkeling just off the beach. Scuba diving and horseback riding are available nearby. There’s also a good selection of off-site bars and restaurants easily within walking distance along the beach.