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At a glance

  • Situated on the quieter West side of Barbados

  • The hotel offers a range of facilities and activities for children and families

  • The Terrace Restaurant serves multi award-winning international cuisine

  • No TVs in the bedrooms help you escape from reality

  • Facilities and activities include tennis, water skiing, windsurfing, sailing and snorkelling

  • Each suite features a spacious living area with a private balcony or terrace


Cobblers Cove, on the northwest coast of Barbados, is one of the best-loved hotels in the Caribbean. It blends the charm and elegance of an English country house with the tropical beauty and character of Barbados. Great attention is given to comfort and personal service.

The 40 suites are divided between ten two-storey cottages set in the gardens surrounding the original house, with separate sitting rooms opening on to a private terrace with views over the gardens or the sea. The Camelot and Colleton suites are the height of luxury, with marble floors, four-poster beds and private plunge pools. Cobblers Cove offers a wonderful dining experience at it's award winning Terrace Restaurant overlooking the ocean. The hotel is a member of the prestigious Relais & Chateaux group.

Cobblers Cove offers a fantastic range of complimentary activities including use of the fitness centre, tennis, sailing and water sports (waterskiing, sunfish sailing, windsurfing, snorkelling and kayaking). Activities at an additional charge include off-site scuba diving, golf that can be arranged at the nearby Sandy Lane hotel and private excursions.


You will find the comfort of an English Country House & the charm of a Bajan Great House. Cobblers has 40 suites each overlooking either the garden or the sea. Each suite has a luxurious living space, comfort and privacy, with bedroom, a sitting room, a bath & shower room, wet bar & either a balcony or private garden.Two two-bedroom deluxe suites are available, with additional bed & bathroom, ideal for families or couples travelling together. Wet bars have fridges, toasters, tea & coffee making facilities. Bathrooms have robes, English toiletries, hairdryer, mini safe. Sitting rooms have sofa beds ideal for a child.


Children are welcomed all year round except mid January through to mid March when a minimum of 12 years of age is stipulated. During Christmas, Easter and July/August supervision is available daily from 2.00pm to 4.00pm. Aside from enjoying the beautiful beaches there are plenty of attractions on the island for kids to explore. They can hop aboard the tram to see inside Harrison's Cave, dripping with stalactites and deep pools or head to the Atlantis Adventure centre to encounter exotic fish and marine life.


Facilities at Cobblers Cove include a Relais & Chateaux restaurant, one floodlit tennis court, freshwater swimming pool, gift shop and television lounge with internet access. Babysitting is available at an additional charge. Guests can stay on a Bed and Breakfast or Half Board basis.


Complimentary activities include use of the swimming pool, fitness centre, tennis, sailing and water sports. Activities at an additional charge include off-site scuba diving, golf can be arranged (at the nearby Sandy Lane hotel) and private excursions.


Babysitting is available at an additional charge. Guests can stay on a Bed and Breakfast or Half Board basis.

When to travel

The climate in Barbados tends to be nice year-round: in January, the average daily high temperature is 28°C (83°F), while the low average is 21°C (70°F). In July, the average daily high is 30°C (86°F), while the average low is 23°C (74°F). February to May are the driest months (April averages only seven days of rain), while July is the wettest month with some 18 days of rain.

The tourist high season runs from mid-December through mid-April. June through October is the hurricane season: September and October are the most humid months and have the highest hurricane risk – although many years see none.

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Location and directions

West Coast, Barbados

Located on the north west coast of Barbados within easy walking distance of Speightstown and marina. 17.5km from Bridgetown and 34km from the airport.

How to get there

9-hour international flight (non-stop) to Grantley Adams International, followed by a 45-minute road transfer to Cobblers Cove.

Additional notes

Children at Cobblers Cove

No children under the age of 12 yrs accepted between January and March. Children’s supper served between 1800 and 1930. Children under 5 yrs are not permitted in bar and lounge after 1900. Children’s art & craft room open for children from 2 to 12 yrs. Family Programme for children 2 to 12 yrs during July and August including sailing lessons, swimming with turtles and various watersports.

Minimum Night Stay

14 night minimum stay between 19th December and 5th January

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