The west coast of Barbados is home to one of the Caribbean’s most beloved hotels, Cobblers Cove. Once a sugar plantation, today this captivating, colonial-style building with its iconic powder pink Great House and lush tropical gardens is an irresistible combination of  quintessential English country house and authentic West Indian charm. 

Located in an enviable spot overlooking a white-sand beach and turquoise seas, this intimate family-owned property features 40 individually designed and spacious suites – all rattan furniture, hand printed linens, goose down pillows and crisp Egyptian cotton bed linen. Divided into Garden View, Ocean View and Ocean Front Suites, each has its own balcony or terrace, dressing area and large bathroom. 

In Cobblers Cove’s award-winning seafront restaurant, you can feast on local delicacies, such as blackened mahi-mahi caught straight out of the surrounding sea, and luscious fruit and vegetables, many grown expressly for the hotel by local farmers. Afternoon tea is served daily in the Pavilion at the Great House. 

A true haven if ever there was one, Cobblers Cove is but a short stroll from Speightstown with its fabulous selection of cafes and restaurants. Although you might find it hard to drag yourself away from the myriad of on-site activities, from tennis to complimentary water-skiing, sailing, snorkelling and windsurfing. 

And don’t just take our word for it. Hotel of the Year in Barbados for no less than three years in a row, Cobblers Cove is listed both by Homes & Gardens as among the ten most beautiful hotels in the world and by Condé Nast Traveller in the Gold List. 

The epitome of understated luxury, it’s small wonder that guests return here year in, year out. 

Please note that children aged 12 years old and under will no longer be permitted at Cobblers Cove, except by special arrangement. 

For further details please contact one of our Travel Managers on 0203 535 9290.