Cobblers Cove | Barbados | If Only
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Overview

Cobblers Cove is centred around the iconic pink and white Great House, originally a plantation style home from the 1940s. Retaining a relaxed county house feel of an earlier era, guests immediately feel at home in this haven of grace and tranquillity.

The gardens are a destination in their own right, home to flora such as bougainvillea and trailing orchids, alongside all manner of birds and green monkeys.

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At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 40 Suites

Experiences

Dream

Individually-designed suites are scattered around the Great House in two-storey cottages, so all of the hotel’s facilities are only a few steps away. Colonial-style furnishings, fresh white linens and cool tiles combine to create an ambience of relaxed Caribbean living.

Living rooms open out onto private terraces or balconies with loungers that enjoy superb garden or ocean views. Bedrooms have either a king size or twin beds, with some suites interconnecting – ideal for families.

Ocean Front Suites have light and airy living rooms that extend out to landscaped patios, terraces or balconies, complete with reclining lounge chairs from which to enjoy the panoramic views. The two signature suites located in the Great House offer private roof top terraces and a top deck with panoramic views.

Dream

Eat

The Great House is home to the hotel’s award-winning Camelot Restaurant, where intentional cuisine is served with more than a twist of local Bajan style and flair. Popular with guests and locals alike, the ocean-front restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Perfectly located on the pool deck side of the Great House, the bar offers an exotic collection of original cocktails that are well-deserved treats after a day relaxing in the sun, enjoying the variety of water sports, or exploring historic Speightstown.

Both the Camelot Restaurant and the bar are open to the tropical breezes - overlooking the palm-fringed beach and poolside deck.

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Play

From complimentary water sports and nearby golf or cricket, to tailor-made excursions and boat tours, the Cobblers Cove Front Desk is there to help plan the perfect day in Barbados.

Complimentary activities include water skiing, swimming with turtles, tennis lessons, boat excursions to a picnic spot and the live music at Sunday lunch.

Away from the beach, there are tennis courts, a gym and the Saltwhistle Boutique.

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Unwind

Treatments that include soothing body massages, body scrubs, mineral facials, manicures and pedicures are inspired by the influence of the ocean breezes and tropical surroundings. All are offered at Sea Moon Spa, an oasis of serenity and tranquillity.

For couples enjoying a romantic holiday, a couples massage can be booked in the spa or in the privacy of a suite.

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Family

Originally a private house built as weekend beach retreat for the family, Cobblers Cove has been entertaining children for decades, though the hotel limits its youngest guests to 12 years and over in the months of January and February.

Teenagers are well catered for with plenty of fun activities such as water skiing, sailing, kayaking, snorkelling and tennis at the hotel, whilst excursions can be easily planned for polo, swimming with turtles, surfing, kitesurfing, watching cricket and family picnics on sailing trips.

The hotel has a privilege system in place with nearby Apes Hill Golf Club and Franklyn Stephenson Cricket Academy, giving teenagers the opportunity to experience holiday coaching at some of the best sporting destinations in Barbados.

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Getting There

Transfers

Approximately 45 minutes from the airport

Climate

Trade winds from the northeast mean conditions are generally comfortable year-round, while the busiest months with visitors to the island are December to March. To experience the best of the Bajan culture, a visit between the months of June and August will coincide with the festival of Crop Over with its music, parades, arts and crafts and culinary flavours.