Little Good Harbour | Barbados | If Only

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As a refreshing alternative to the bustling west coast resorts, Little Good Harbour offers the friendly service and amenities of a boutique hotel mixed effortlessly with the home-from-home comforts and privacy of villa accommodation.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 21 Villa Suites



Suites and cottages combine relaxed, private villa living with all the benefits and comforts of a hotel. One- and two-bedroom garden suites have a bright, cottagey feel with their own kitchen and sitting room. The three-bedroom suites are individually designed with large terraces for outdoor breakfasts or evening drinks.

The tropical chic two- and three-bedroom Oceanfront Fort Suites occupy the upper level of the historic fort and enjoy beach and ocean views.



The casual beachfront Fish Pot Restaurant sits within the coral-stone building of a former fort. It is regarded as one of the best in Barbados for its modern versions of Caribbean and international cuisine, such as pan-fried mahi mahi.  Food from the Fish Pot can also be enjoyed in suite as they offer a take away option in addition to dining in.

Head over  on a Sunday to sister property The Atlantis Hotel for a traditional Barbadian lunch buffet against the backdrop of the more rugged yet beautiful east coast.

The hotel offer their own grocery package meaning that upon arrival there is a selection of items or a bespoke list of items all ready and waiting.



Explore more of the island coast on a powerboat or catamaran cruise with lunch and drinks onboard. Dive below the aquamarine surface to view WWII shipwrecks, tropical fish and exquisite coral reefs.

Learn stand-up paddle boarding or surfing from local instructors. Go off the beaten track on a bike trail or guided tour or why not hire a car directly from Little Good Harbour and receive preferential rates as a guest of the hotel.



Whilst Little Good Harbour does not have a spa, treatments can be arrange in the privacy of your own suite for the ultimate in relaxation. 


Getting There


A 50 minute drive from Grantley Adams International Airport.


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.