About Cobblers Cove
Cobblers Cove is a really first-class hotel, offering comfortable and elegant accommodation, impeccable service and excellent fine dining. It has gradually evolved out of a 1940s beach retreat built by a sugar-baron family back in the 1940s and the style of the hotel is genteel and traditional.
Cobblers Cove has a reputation for serving food of the very highest standard – many would describe it as the best gourmet dining of any hotel in Barbados. The freshest of local produce features in a wide range of succulent dishes, served in the splendid setting of the Camelot Restaurant. The hotel also operates an innovative exchange-dining programme with other leading hotels in Barbados to give guests the chance to try other restaurants.
The spacious bedrooms, spread over two-storey buildings overlooking the beautifully kept gardens or the ocean, are all suites. They each have a living area opening on to a balcony or patio, and terracotta tiling, rattan furnishings and colourful fabrics. The essence of Cobblers Cove is to relax and enjoy all that it has to offer and it is no surprise to find that many of the guests here are regular visitors, who enjoy everything about the hotel, including its impeccable and friendly service from the delightful staff.
Guests love the quiet location of Cobblers Cove, close to the sleepy and charming little port of Speightstown, but the bustle and glitz of the west coast is only a short drive away. There is plenty of beach to relax either side of the hotel where guests can go for long walks or enjoy the complimentary afternoon tea. There is also a swimming pool, tennis court and gym for some gentle exercise and the spa has an excellent range of specialised treatments. Cobblers does pampering very well.
The hotel organises fascinating tailor-made heritage tours of Barbados, guided by an eminent local historian, that include visits to plantation houses not usually open to the public.
This really is one of the best hotels on Barbados.