Cobblers Cove – Sunshine, Beach & A Super Stylish Retreat Beckons

Head to Barbados this October to escape the cooler climes of Autumn and winter. Promising guaranteed sunshine, stunning beaches and the super stylish adult-only Cobblers Cove, it is the perfect place to bookmark for a winter sun retreat. To celebrate the opening and to welcome you, Cobblers Cove is offering all visitors who stay between 11 October and 15 December a complimentary dinner for two at the award-winning Camelot restaurant and a romantic beachside picnic promising to create memories to last long beyond their trip.

Cobblers Cove – Location, Suites & Facilities

Located on the calm west coast of the island, with a beachfront location and stunning views, the family-owned hotel is a unique and historic beach-side retreat and embodies British elegance with Caribbean charm. Claiming one-quarter mile of white sand beach in a quiet cove, the boutique hotel is encompassed by a coral stone wall and three acres of lush tropical gardens.

In October 2019, the hotel unveiled a dramatic new look following a five-year refurbishment programme. The hotel’s extensive refurbishment, led by hotel owner Sam de Teran, included the renovation of all rooms, suites and public areas and concluded with a remarkable partnership with British interior designer, Soane Britain. The powder pink interiors with their pretty white woodwork are complemented inside with elegant shades of blue, pink and green and hand-printed linens.

The 40 suites are spread among nine two-storey cottages set in the gardens surrounding the original house.

Spacious sitting rooms open on to a terrace with views over the gardens or the sea. The Camelot and Colleton suites offer the height of quintessential Caribbean luxury, with marble floors and four-poster beds.

Cobblers Cove – Wine & Dine And Activities

Renowned for its island-inspired dishes that cleverly reflect the changing seasons, the award-winning Camelot Restaurant is overseen by local Bajan Chef Jason Joseph and serves the finest food in Barbados.

Active guests will love the surfing hotspot Bathsheba, and the series of guided hiking experiences across the island including a 7.5 mile East to West Coast hike and a 10,000 step hike directly from Cobblers Cove to Holetown. Additional activities include paddle boarding, tennis, gym, sailing, kayaking, yoga, water skiing and snorkelling, as well as heritage tours or garden tours both led by the National Trust.

Cobblers Cove – Book Your Stay Today

Rates at Cobblers Cove start from $420 (currently approx. £358) per room per night on B&B basis. Guests staying between 11 October and 15 December will receive a complimentary dinner for two at Camelot restaurant and a beachside picnic for two (excluding drinks). Find out more at today.

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