Cobblers Cove

Location: Barbados | Barbados

Price guide: $$$$$ $350-$500 per person per night

Cobblers Cove invites guests to experience elegance and tranquillity at this exclusive and boutique hotel. Once a sugar plantation, it has been stylishly renovated and offers both relaxation and adventure. Revel in the water-based fun or simply enjoy the sun on the offshore pontoon, returning home with newfound zen.
Perfect forA luxurious couple's retreat for those searching for peaceful privacy.
In the knowThe exclusivity of this hotel means children under 12 are not permitted, making it the perfect location for romantic weddings, exotic honeymoons and relaxing Christmases.

Recommended for...

  • Honeymoon
  • Couples
  • Boutique Hotel
  • Beach

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Located on the Platinum Coast in the west of Barbados, Cobblers Cove sits right on the white sands of Godings Bay just outside of Speightstown.

Rooms at Cobblers Cove

The charming rooms are inspired by colonial Caribbean style, and are decorated with white bamboo seating, Egyptian cotton bed linens, goose-down pillows, and an absence of televisions. Choose from a range of beautiful suites looking out over the striking gardens and the Caribbean. The Garden Suites and Ocean View Suites include private terraces, whilst the Oceanfront Suites sit just yards away from the beach.

For those looking for more space, the two-bedroom suites are perfect for families with grown-up children. The Great House, which was originally a plantation house, is home to two magnificent suites, the Camelot and the Colleton. Both offer elegance and style, with the Colleton treating guests to a four-poster bed and a rooftop plunge pool.

Food & Drink

Home to the award-winning Camelot restaurant, Cobblers Cove is an excellent choice for food lovers as its Bajan chefs are renowned for creating exquisite meals using only the freshest and most flavourful local ingredients, with an authentic yet modern take on Bajan dishes. Such service awarded the reputable restaurant a 5-star recognition from Relais & Chateaux, naming the Camelot as the first restaurant in the Caribbean to hold this honour, and only one of a handful in the Caribbean.

For a special occasion, indulge in a private dining experience. Jump on a boat and you’ll be driven to a secluded beach to enjoy a freshly prepared picnic hamper or discover the glamour of the Caribbean with flaming barbecues and candlelit dinners on the beach.

Treat yourself to a traditional rum-based cocktail at the bar within the Great House, and enjoy the exotic collection of tropical flavours.


The pool is perfect for a refreshing dip or simply relaxing poolside. The Sea Moon Hair & Treatment Salon is perfect after a morning in the sun. In the spa, spoil yourself with a manicure or body scrub, or indulge in a couple's massage in the privacy of your own suite. Pop to Saltwhistle Boutique for some light shopping of souvenirs and holiday essentials.

Activities at Cobblers Cove

Located on the beach is the Cobblers Cove water sports team, offering a wide range of complimentary activities. Try your hand at water skiing and paddle boarding, skimming across the turquoise waters, or enjoying snorkelling around the reef directly in front of the hotel, which is rich in marine life. You can swim with hawksbill turtles, and see them hatch on the beach at certain times of year.

Away from the shore, make use of the tennis courts and gym or explore further afield in Barbados on a guided hiking tour or visit bays and beaches for picnic lunches and swims.

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Hotel location

Cobblers Cove is a 45-minute drive from Grantley Adams international airport in Barbados. 

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