This boutique gem blends English country house style with authentic Caribbean charm.
Centred around a pastel pink plantation house, this intimate home-away-from-home was awarded Barbados's Unique Luxury Hotel of the Year at the Luxury Travel Guide Awards 2018. Authentic touches such as decorative coral rock and locally crafted furniture reflect the hotel’s Bajan heritage, and you can expect outstanding hospitality as the warm staff go out of their way to keep you smiling. Lounge on the sundeck as staff offer icy water, fruit skewers and sorbet; explore colourful tropical gardens in search of hummingbirds and Bajan green monkeys; or discover the island’s history on a heritage tour.
Renowned as one of the best restaurants on the island, the award-winning Camelot Restaurant serves mouth-watering gourmet cuisine accompanied by an impressive wine list. Feast on local delicacies, such as blackened mahi-mahi. Afternoon tea is served daily in the Pavilion at the Great House – sip tea from fine china cups and enjoy finger sandwiches, scones and pastries. A fruity rum-based ‘Cobblers Cooler’ at the poolside cocktail bar is the perfect way to end your day.
The charming suites are set in two-storey cottages in gardens just steps from the beach. Warmly furnished with terracotta tiles and a cosy style, the suites are free of distractions such as televisions so you can appreciate the peace and natural beauty. Garden View Suites are tucked away in the gardens, Ocean View Suites offer sea views, and Ocean Front Suites are just steps from the beach. The elegant Camelot Suites have new bathrooms and a private roof terrace, while Colleton Suites have a private plunge pool, Jacuzzi and stunning ocean views.
On the north-west coast, just a 5-minute drive from Speightstown
Good to know
Minimum age 12 02 Jan-30 Nov. Compulsory Christmas and New Year’s Eve gala dinners, supplements apply. There is a room levy payable locally on departure.
40 spacious, country house-style suites
• Learn to sail with 1 free lesson per day • Enjoy 1 free 15-minute waterskiing session per day • Join Barker, the hotel’s resident fisherman to bring in the catch-of-the-day and have it served for your supper.
Breakfast at the Camelot Restaurant and afternoon tea served daily in the Great House at 4pm.
Meal upgrade options (per person per night)
Half Board from £88 • Breakfast and dinner at the Camelot Restaurant
Full Board from £124 • Breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Camelot Restaurant
All Inclusive from £207 • Breakfast, lunch and dinner at the Camelot Restaurant • Drinks including house wines, spirits, soft drinks and selected cocktails.
*Denotes local charge