A country house hotel with a hideaway setting, this intimate Relais & Châteaux property offers guests a warm Caribbean welcome and excellent cuisine in a tropical, beachfront location. The pink-washed Great House opens out onto a bar with dining terrace overlooking the Caribbean Sea and houses the two signature suites, Camelot and Colleton, each boasting rooftop terraces, sea views and plunge pools. Spacious suites with garden or ocean views, air-conditioned bedrooms, sitting rooms and terraces or balconies stud the colourful, palm-filled gardens.
The highly-acclaimed Camelot Restaurant offers authentic Bajan cuisine with a luxurious twist, freshly prepared by Head Chef Jason Joseph. In the Cobblers Cove Bar, indulge in a signature Cobblers Cooler – a smooth, nutmeg-infused cocktail blended with fresh tropical fruits and none other than Barbados’ traditional beverage of choice, rum. Cookery demonstrations, market tours and catching your dinner with resident fisherman Barker add further emphasis to this gourmet retreat. Complimentary afternoon tea is served daily in the Pavilion at the Great House; expect the finest English tea, warm coconut scones and delicate pastries served on bespoke china. Relaxed and leisurely recreations include soaking up the sun around the pool or indulging in a massage, though with a host of complimentary watersports, including water-skiing and sailing, tennis and exclusive island tours, there's much to tempt guests away from the sunbeds.
Prices include flights, 7 nights accommodation with breakfast and private transfers
Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. Low season for Barbados is generally between the months of May to October, high season runs from mid December to Easter. Prices are based on 2 sharing (unless otherwise indicated) and include return economy flights from London. Regional departures and single supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
This signature Relais & Châteaux hotel is able to offer a range of exclusive and bespoke excursions and tours to their guests, including a heritage tour and exploration of private plantation great houses, guided by Barbados' renowned architectural historian Sir Henry Fraser. Sail along the west coast on a daytime boat tour or savour a glass of sparkling wine and dinner upon a romantic sundowner cruise. Half day garden tours or private car tours of the island's hidden beauty spots can also be arranged.
From soothing body massages to mineral facials, the Sea Moon Spa at Cobblers Cove offers the finest spa treatments inspired by the serene nature of the tropical surroundings. If you’re on a romantic break, indulge in a private couples massage in the luxury of the spa or the privacy of your own suite. Yoga enthusiasts can request specially-tailored classes in a location of their choice – a sunset beach yoga session is nothing short of blissful.
Whether you wish to host a private beachside barbeque with your friends and family or dine in exclusivity upon the North Patio, Cobblers Cove will cater to your every whim. The Lazybones Pavilion offers an al fresco dining experience for up to eight people and benefits from uninterrupted ocean views. For those seeking a more casual experience, a bespoke picnic lunch can be tailored to your requirements.
An enticing range of children’s activities are offered at Cobblers Cove, from arts & crafts sessions to tennis lessons. Those wishing to learn cricket have the opportunity to do so at the Franklyn Stephenson Academy, whilst children who love the water can experience snorkelling, sailing or swimming with the exotic Hawksbill turtles. Please note that supervised activities are only offered during the peak holiday periods; please speak to a member of our reservations team for further information.
Characterised by warm, generally dry days, visitors can fully enjoy the sweet, slow rhythm of Barbadian life during the peak months between January and April. Although prices are at their highest, tourists are guaranteed sun kissed days, which is perfect for making the most of the water sports and attractions to discover.
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