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We were looking for a nice quiet and peaceful hotel, this is exactly what we got. Had room 21, very close to pool. Room was excellent and cleaned daily. Staff in general were very friendly and helpful (except Kathy) Only issue with room was the...More
this hotel only had 25 room... All plotted around the garden. The only thing that really spoilt our holiday was the lack of effort to reduce the horrendous amount of mozzi's.no smoking or spraying done by hotel . The guests looked like they all had...More
This was our first visit to Barbados and we struck lucky when we chose to stay at the Island Inn. We felt the hotel all cost to eat at local restaurant inclusive offer was good value for money, given how much it can cost to...More
We chose this hotel because of its size, only 24 rooms. What a wonderful place this is. Ideal walking distance into Bridgetown, 20 mins max. We walked down to Carlisle Bay only 10 minutes. The staff at this hotel made our holiday. They all go...More
A well located small hotel just a 20 min walk from Bridgetown and a 15 min walk to Browns beach where there is NO seaweed! The rooms and hotel were clean and the housekeeping was good. There is not a huge variety of meal choices...More
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Personally I just paddle so have no idea how good the companies are. However, there is one on Pebbles beach called Barbados Blue which may be part of the Hilton. The boat Parks here and takes people out and there was always... More
Personally I just paddle so have no idea how good the companies are. However, there is one on Pebbles beach called Barbados Blue which may be part of the Hilton. The boat Parks here and takes people out and there was always a good few onboard.Other guests in the hotel went snorkelling and swam with the turtles.The next beach Brownes beach may have scuba facilities. Another couple went to Oistins area and joined a boat that then came back to Brownes beach to scuba dive as there are a few wrecks here.I wouldn't have thought it would be too much of a problem to do it.