From a members-only beach club in the 1960s, the Dunmore, on Harbour Island, has evolved into a 16-room boutique hotel whose spirit and decor evoke that era. Interior designer Amanda Lindroth oversaw a major renovation when the hotel’s current owners bought it in 2010. Wicker and rattan furniture, patterned prints, and spaces that are as much outdoors as indoors create a look that is somewhere between late British colonial and timeless Bahamian. Although it sits on Pink Sands Beach, a notable upgrade was the addition of a pool with an airy pavilion that only adds to the Dunmore’s reputation as a place of amiable gathering. Another upgrade was having Cindy Hutson, one of the region’s rising culinary stars, put her imprint on a menu that ranges from the expected, such as seared yellowfin tuna and crispy red snapper, to the unexpected, such as oxtail ravioli.