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This luxury boutique resort combines Caribbean style and beauty with gracious English country living. Set amongst beautifully landscaped gardens with breathtaking coastal views, the beachside hotel has 40 suites, each individually decorated and open to the ocean and tropical garden...
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Our stay at Cobblers Cove was simply amazing. The hotel itself was beautiful, from the beach front access to the garden that seemed to have as many plants as a tropical rain forest. The hotel staff couldn't have been better. The team helped us with...More
I flew in a day early before my friend arrived & found this hotel online to stay @ amazing! sooooo pretty, I loved it. It reminded me a lil' of Saint Barths, with all the flowers everywhere. My 1 bedroom was super, super cute. Very...More
I've stayed at Cobbler's Cove three times now. I've stayed in many 5 star resorts for my job (and for pleasure) but there's something about Cobbler's which is so unique and magical. It is an intimate boutique hotel yet it functions as a top class...More
I loved my stay at Cobblers Cove so much that I decided to change my plans and go back there to spend my final night in Barbados there. Staff is friendly and welcoming, the hotel is beautiful, free water activities provided, good food.. Simply perfect....More
Returning after twenty five years made us worry whether the hotel would be as magical as it was when we honeymooned there! But it was as good if not better, and an absolutely beautiful hotel - Brilliant staff, fabulous food, service second to none, magical...More
I think it would be a challenge due to the cobble/brick walkways. The rooms/cottages in the first floor would be comfortable and the dining room is fine. It might be tight corners around the pool and there are steps to the... More
I think it would be a challenge due to the cobble/brick walkways. The rooms/cottages in the first floor would be comfortable and the dining room is fine. It might be tight corners around the pool and there are steps to the beach. It’s beautiful and peaceful but more of a cottage community than a large hotel with amenities for any one with disabilities.