We stayed in one of the cottages, and to be honest, it had seen better days. But the location, right on the beach a few steps from the water made me forgive everything.
The resort was delightfully quaint, laid-back and with nothing to do, which was precisely what made it so appealing.
The food in the restaurant was good if perhaps a little over-priced, but they do have a captive market if you don't have a car or don't want to pay for taxis (with the exception of 'The Gin Trap', 5 mins walk away, but that is more expensive).
The four poster rooms have been refurbished, and are very nice and spacious, but they are set back a bit further away from the beach (though still with a sea view) so I would prefer the cottage.
In summary, despite a few criticisms, Oualie Beach Resort is a delightful taste of what the Caribbean used to be like many years ago, and as such has real charm.More