Cobblers Cove is an elegant, classic hotel designed to feel like an English country house set on the northwest coast of Barbados and is one of the Caribbean's best-loved hotels. The 40 air-conditioned Suites are either Garden or Ocean View and have their own living areas with a patio or balcony, attractively combining rattan furnishings, cool terracotta tiles and soft cottons. Two further exclusive Suites have their own roof terrace with private plunge pool and uninterrupted sea views. Facilities include a pool, gymnasium, tennis court and spa.
The hotel's Camelot Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day, perched on the edge of the Caribbean Sea. The focus here is on locally sourced ingredients and freshly caught fish which the chef uses to create seasonal island specialities.
In addition to the hotel’s own facilities, you are also able to enjoy a host of complimentary activities including waterskiing, Hobie Cat sailing, kayaking and exploring the house reef. For keen seafarers, why not head out with the hotel's long-serving fisherman in search of the day's catch.
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Cobblers Cove is one of our most-liked Caribbean hotels, combining local charm and 1940s elegance. The property boasts a quiet location, high-quality dining and warm home comforts.
The hotel has 40 rooms, located within two-story blocks which are positioned in a U-shape around the grounds. All Suites are of the same size and have a similar interior of white wicker and soft hues, teamed with quirky accents. Their differences are in their views, which consist of Garden, Ocean View and Ocean Front.
The main building of the hotel, once the home of a plantation owner, is painted in a light, candyfloss pink and contains two further Suite rooms. Each room has been named after a Barbados street and comes with a spacious living area, en suite and an outside terrace/patio area. All rooms also come with a mini fridge and Wi-Fi but no television.
Cobblers Cove is found right on the beach along the west coast of Barbados. You’ll find paved pathways and stepping stones meandering through the hotel's award-winning gardens, filled with lush green grass and tall, shady palms. Although public, the beach is quiet and from time to time you'll see the local fishermen heading back to shore after a long day. The sleepy town of Speightstown, offers a variety of restaurants and shops and is located within walking distance of the hotel.
Food and drink
The hotel's beachfront restaurant, Camelot, is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner and serves seasonal, island inspired dishes. The hotel fisherman brings freshly caught fish to the restaurant each day.
On Tuesday's you can enjoy a managers cocktail hour at the bar before heading to dinner for a BBQ night. Similarly, Fridays are ‘Island night’ with authentic Caribbean cuisine and calypso music. Complimentary afternoon tea is also provided daily around the pool from 4pm.
Although the hotel is more suited toward adults, children over the age of 12 years are welcome. All rooms interconnect (other than the Suites) and extra roll away beds can be arranged.
Barbados has several dive sites around the island, including a wreck very close to Speightstown. Diving trips can be arranged by the hotel, advance notice is required.
Massages and beauty treatments can be enjoyed at the Sea Moon Spa which has one treatment room.
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