October 10, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Little Good Harbour in Barbados, Barbados
Little Good Harbour, a romantic enclave on the glamorous West Indies isle of Barbados, captures the luxury of a full-service resort, while delivering the seclusion, intimacy and comfort of a private residence. One, two and three bedroom cottages are nestled in the lush gardens of the resort grounds, which run along a deserted, white sand beach and surround two serene swimming pools. Decorated to capture the relaxed chic of the tropics, each cottage is a perfect haven of privacy. Set apart from the teeming beaches and coves of the more populated sections of Barbados, Little Good Harbour offers a quiet respite from the rest of the world in a setting that invites guests to castaway in perfect elegance.
Turquoise waters and a secluded beach wait just beyond the garden of Little Good Harbour. Step onto your private balcony and bask in the warmth of the ocean breeze while deciding how to spend this day in paradise. Choose to done a snorkel for underwater exploration, pamper yourself with a treatment from The Little Spa, or sit in the shade of a palm tree and watch the local fishermen head out to sea. Explore nearby Fort Rupert, the Islands historic sugar plantations, limestone caverns, or the bustling streets of Bridgetown. Dine at the Fish Pot, where sublime fresh seafood and island spice make for an award-winning menu. At Little Good Harbour, take refuge from the world in a hideaway that redefines casual luxury.
Location of Little Good Harbour
Nearest Airport: BGI
Amenities for Little Good Harbour
- General Information
- 15 Guest Rooms
- Outdoor Dining
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Housekeeping Service
- Fitness Center
- 2 Outdoor Pools
- Provisioning Service
- In-Room Amenities
- Private Patios or Balconies
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Satellite Television
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Radio & CD Players
- Fully-Equipped Kitchens
- Rollaway Beds
Reviews for Little Good Harbour
Cleanliness of bathroom, kitchen not good.. no choice but to move from the hotel. The room we were allocated looked nothing like the pictures shown above or on their website.. we knew the hotel was closing for a holiday but it transpired they were closing for refurbishment! I am sure once this is complete then the rooms will be of a much higher standard. Reading the reviews below.. certainly agree the pool areas are again very tired and the areas were unkempt
louisetweed - London, United Kingdom
I've stayed at Little Good Harbour twice, a couple years apart, and loved both times. The rooms are like houses complete with kitchens and they are perfect for family, couple, or friend vacations. The rooms are kept very clean and have great air conditioners. (Leave your AC on to keep mosquitoes at bay while you sleep!) At night you can hear the crickets and frogs etc and it is such a relaxing sound to fall asleep to. Both times that I have been I have gone with friends but I would love to come back and bring my family.
Brittany S - Los Angeles, California
We stayed 11 days in August and we didn't want to leave! Away from big hotels, this is an unpretentious and delightful place where you can truly relax. Due to the self-catering option, you can choose when to eat out and when to have a quick snack on the terrace. The one bedroom house with lounge, kitchen and two terraces we had was perfect, tastefully decorated and well equipped. We didn't have a car and we used taxis and local buses which was an experience in itself. Lovely and easy going people everywhere on the island. But most of the days we were just happy to move between the beach, the two pools and the fabulous Fish Pot restaurant. Ask at the hotel reception for Captain Dwayne if you want a super boat trip. We cant wait to go back!
599br - Woking
This hotel is right up on the NW coast so out of the way, very peaceful and more reflective of Barbados life. We had the ocean front 3 bed apartment which is stunning - the windows open directly onto the sea - in fact the apartment makes up the back wall of the beach. Views are amazing, there's a large, covered outside eating area, a further area with sunbeds and direct access onto a very quiet beach which thanks to its floating pontoon is perfect for swimming. There's a reef so snorkelling was excellent too. Separately there are 2 pools in the main hotel grounds which are great for children. The apartment is well equipped and large. It's serviced every day by very personable staff. The hotel owners were extremely helpful and thoughtful. We don't hesitate to recommend.
We stayed here the first 2 weeks of July, everything everyone has said is true, the lovely 1 bed Cottage was very spacious with all the amenities you needed, housekeeping was very good and daily, and clean towels and beach towels daily was great. Over the road but very close was a small perfect beach, quiet without the crowds, next to the fantastic Fishpot restaurant, we did eat in there several times and all the meals were very good.pool was good, but needs a bit of work, as it was a bit tired, a lot of tiles coming off round the pool, all set in very nice gardens, Graeme the manager was very helpful,, with lots of tips on tours and places to eat, it was very easy to cook own breakfast and lunch as you were so near to the beach and pool, we loved this relaxed pace.downside was the mosquitoes as they could get in easily, and not very suitable for disabled as there were steps to everything. It also said you could walk to speightstown but it was too far and too hot,but there was a bus stop right outside, one fare to anywhere was about 80p, which was great as we did not have a car, best trip was a boat trip by silver moon, bit pricey but worth every dollar, we loved this place and would highly recommend it, but it is away from everything and taxis are expensive,
Barbara S - Crawley, United Kingdom