Barefoot luxury reigns in these two-storey huts, raised 10 feet above the sand. The bedroom’s on the upper level, and the Dune Room sits below, with sandy floors for a beachy feel. Open-air rooms and a super-sized sofa bed create a shady spot to relax in, with tropical views. All Dune Rooms have a secluded dining area; set back from the hut and enclosed with bamboo fencing, it feels like a private garden. Elevated 10 feet above the sand these freestanding huts (425sq ft) invite the tropics in with a breezy open-plan design: private verandas, high ceilings and oversized, louvered windows to let in cooling ocean breezes (huts aren’t equipped with air-conditioning). Custom-designed Jamaican furnishings, crisp white linens and African-inspired fabrics give each room a chic castaway feel; most beds face the veranda for a glimpse of the view, and the ensuite is a sleek wet room. Some huts have views of Oracabessa Bay or Snorkeler’s Cove – an ideal spot for exploring Goldeneye’s coral reef and the Oracabessa Bay Fish Sanctuary. The swimmable Button Beach is just steps away. Huts have a flatscreen TV with Apple TV, Sonos sound system and a wireless speaker, free WiFi, minibar, Bodum coffee press and kettle, Frette linens, batik bathrobes and locally made bath products.