, Road View, Speightstown.
The Great House at Cobblers Cove was built in 1943 by plantation owner Joss Haynes. It has undergone extensive renovations and expansion works over the years to complete its transformation from a family beach house to a luxury boutique hotel. This iconic pink building retains all its original character and is home to the two grandest and most luxurious suites in the hotel.
Located right by the beach, Cobblers Cove Hotel is a haven of grace and tranquility for discerning travellers. Every detail is set out to perfection, and the beauty of the gardens, suites, beach and location are beyond words. What could be better than an early morning swim in the Caribbean Sea, followed by a most amazing breakfast. If you’ve never sampled smoked flying fish, or quinoa, boiled egg and avocado salad, star anise poached apple crepes, now is the chance. but if you prefer simply croissants, or full English, or porridge, that’s OK too.
The award-winning Camelot Restaurant serves local and international cuisine for lunch and dinner. Then there are the special nights; the Tuesday BBQ, Island Night with a menu of Bajan specialities, and best of all, Easy Sunday with a steel band and happy hour.
Most of the suites are in Barbadian style cottages and chalets scattered around the gardens. Every one is impeccably decorated with white bamboo seating, Egyptian cotton bed linens, goose-down pillows, and an absence of televisions. There are Garden Suites, Ocean-Front Suites and Ocean View Suites which mix a little of each. They are all spacious, elegant and airy, with West Indian-style shutters which extend the living room onto the private terrace for proper indoor-outdoor living. The two suites in the Great House are simply massive, providing the ultimate in elegance, glamour and privacy, combining the grace of a plantation-era home with modern comforts and facilities.
The hotel has a comprehensive package of complimentary activities including water-skiing, windsurfing, Hobie Cat sailing, paddle boarding, kayaking, tennis, gym work-outs and a boat cruise along the coast. Snorkelling directly off the beach is an opportunity to view the rich marine life on the reef and meet the hawkbill turtles that are native to Barbados. Beyond the hotel, there are numerous opportunities to see Barbados with garden tours, heritage tours, taxi tours of the island and hiking tours. Or go back to the water to charter an catamaran for a coastal cruise, or go surfing on the south coast, deep sea fishing or wreck diving.
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Top drawer service and facilities in a stunning location.