Gros Islet, North Coast, St Lucia
Calabash Cove is an intimate and contemporary boutique hotel set on a secluded beach. Ideal for a romantic getaway and capturing St Lucia's wonderful west coast sunset views, Calabash Cove will particularly appeal to couples.
At a Glance
Fabulous retreat for couples and honeymooners with stylish accommodation and accessibility to many other restaurants
Luxurious beachfront boutique resort
Contemporary style accommodation, hidden away on a hillside overlooking a small and quiet beach
Option to upgrade to all inclusive which includes many full bottles of premium spirits and wines
Unparalleled views across the Caribbean Sea from the privacy of your balcony
Infinity-edge 100 foot pool with swim-up bar- the perfect spot to sip cocktails
All body scrubs used at the spa are natural, local ingredients
The jetty is the perfect for a candlelit dinner or romantic sunset stroll
The C Bar is the best place to take in the stunning sunsets whilst sipping an early evening cocktailGemma Dobson
Named after the Calabash tree, which is the National Plant, but it is not edible.Scott Dunn team
No need to leave the water- you can go straight from your terrace into the pool, and even swim up to the bar.Gemma Dobson
Don’t miss the Monday night Cocktail and Canapé party which you can meet the management and other guests with a superb view of the sunset! Sit in the swinging Egg shaped seats too.Elizabeth Bray
Head out Friday night after supper to the jump up street party at Gros Islet, where locals, ex pats and other travelers party in the street in a relaxed environmentVictoria Douglas
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This luxury boutique hotel is tucked away on a secluded beach close to the small town of Gros Islet on St Lucia’s beautiful northwest coast. With only 26 suites and cottages, all with Jacuzzis and some with plunge pools, Calabash Cove offers a wonderfully romantic getaway and a friendly personalized service. Facilities include an infinity edge pool with wonderful sea views and swim up bar, the small Ti spa and ocean view gym. The Windsong restaurant offers gorgeous panoramic views, the relaxed C Bar is a great place for Sundowners and there is even a wine cellar. Steps lead down to a small sandy beach and jetty, perfect for whiling away the hours and watching the Caribbean sunsets. The Waters Edge Cottages offer the most privacy with small plunge pools, hammocks to laze in and just a few steps from the ocean.
The Leisure Concierge at Calabash Cove offers a number of individually tailored excursions. Treat yourself to a romantic champagne picnic in the heart of the lush tropical countryside, hike to the top of one of the majestic Pitons and witness unrivalled views across the island or why not enjoy the same breathtaking vistas from the comfort of your own helicopter.
At Calabash Cove all the charming accommodations are beautifully appointed, making use of natural materials wherever possible, and offer unparalleled views across the Caribbean Sea, the capital Castries to the South, and nearby Martinique to the north, from the privacy of your porch or balcony.
All rooms have King size beds, Jacuzzis, showers, mini bars, large flat screen TVs, high speed internet access, A/C, Telephone, private balconies or patios with teak tables and chairs and beautiful ocean views. Most rooms have also a daybed and the cottages have a hammock, an outdoor rain shower and private pools.
|Swim Up Junior Suite||
Four swim-up junior suites with jacuzzis. Six hundred and twenty square feet of contemporary luxury and comfort, a step away from Sweetwaters, our infinity edge pool, affording unrestricted and private access directly from the patio of your room. Swim across to the bar and watch the sunset with one of the signature cocktails during happy hour, or take that romantic midnight swim you had promised your loved one for so long.
Maximum occupancy: two adults
|Sunset Oceanview Junior Suites||
These thirteen luxury ocean view suites facing the Caribbean Sunset offer between 620 and 660 square feet of living space and are located on the lower mezzanine of the Manor House above the Sweetwaters infinity edge pool and the building adjacent to the Manor House overlooking our own Mosaic Beach and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.
Maximum occupancy: two adults / one infant up to 6 years.
|Waters Edge Cottage||
Nine Balinese mahogany cottages with secluded plunge pools, jacuzzis, outdoor rain showers and hammocks. Gaze and laze in a 1,000 sq. ft. hideaway on the waters edge, surrounded by its own tropical flora and an unparallelled vista across the bay with its daily free Caribbean sunset, while gentle breezes rest your mind, disturbed only by the flutter of the wings of your adopted hummingbird.
Maximum occupancy: two adults/two children (aged up to six years) or two adults/one child (aged up to sixteen years).
In late 2016, Calabash Cove became an adults only property, and as such will not accept bookings with parties under the age of 18. Therefore there are no specific facilities for children at the hotel.
Facilities at Calabash Cove include a restaurant, two bars, a library, a spa, a fitness center, a wine cellar, a lobby lounge and a boutique.
Complimentary activities include use of the swimming pool and fitness center. Activities at an additional charge include spa treatments, half and full day sailing cruises, deep sea fishing, hiking and adventure trips.
Location & Directions
Gros Islet, North Coast, St Lucia
Calabash Cove is tucked away on a gently sloping beachfront on the northwest coast of the island of St. Lucia. Nestled in the sheltered bay of Bonaire Estate and close to Gross Islet, with views of Walcott Island.
When to go
Offering warm temperatures throughout the year the Caribbean is a perfect year round destination. With an average of 9 hours sunshine a day the peak season runs from December through to April which is the dry season when you can expect very little rainfall. May to November are the slightly wetter months where you will find an increase in rainfall as the summer season goes on and with that some humidity, however the Summer months are still a great time to travel as the temperatures are hot and the rain tends to come in short heavy bursts but not all day long. The wettest months with the most humidity are September and October and these are the most probable months for hurricanes to occur in the region although many islands have not experienced hurricanes for a number of years. The average daily temperatures range from the mid-seventies in the winter months and mid-eighties in the summertime.