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
Shermans, St. Peter, Barbados, Barbados
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
Stayed here for 6 days. The accomodation was first class. It was better than we imagined. The one bedroom was exceptional.More like a semi detached house. It had an outside covered patio, a good sized lounge and excellent kitchen. Maid service was of a high standard. The bedroom was large with a very large bed and outside balcony with a sea view. Plenty of storage space.The bathroom was very modern. Beach towels provided. Just across the road was the excellent Fish Pot restuarant. We dined there 4 times.Food was of the highest class.
12Boba - Chelmsford, United Kingdom
We had a really lovely week here with our toddler and baby. The set up is ideal for families - plenty of space (even in the one bedroom suites) to avoid that 'couped up' feeling that so often happens in a typical hotel room. The outside space in the suite is lovely too and adds a further sense of freedom and flexibility when travelling with kids. Parking space right next to the suite was really very useful too. LGH kindly provided a travel cot and baby bath unprompted and a high chair on request. Having read other reviews, I wasn't expecting a huge amount from the beach...but it was great! Lovely sand, well kept and with lots of buckets, spades etc provided. I don't really know what more people could want. There's also a semi lagoon style area, surrounded by rocks, which really takes the bite out of the waves for kids. The pool and gardens are also lovely. Compact, but a really nice layout and plenty for little ones to explore. I also want to address the issue of the road - yes, you can hear it at night, but it's no louder than the lovely sound of waves crashing on the beach. We had no worries at all crossing it several times a day with our two little ones and the beach is very well protected from it. The food at Fish Pot was, without question, the best we had anywhere on the island. The lobster was out of this world, as was the octopus. Breakfast was also great and v good coffee too. So, why not 5 stars? There were a few niggles which we think could be really easily addressed which would take the place from good to great, in our opinion. - Bathroom and kitchen in desperate need of updates. Don't care about the style (though they are really out of sync with the gorgeous bedroom), but new equipment really is needed in places. Our microwave was very rusty on the inside and the toaster had to be held down in order to toast (though in fairness we didn't mention it). The shower head was pretty ropey too. - The larger pool needs some love pronto. Lots of tiles have fallen off around (and in) the pool. Shame, because the pool area is otherwise lovely. - Mixed service. We don't need pandering over 24/7, but I think the management style is just a bit too hands off.. Not once were we asked how our stay was going, even on check out. We saw and spoke to management team members around the property on plenty of occasions every day, and I honestly think it would have made a huge difference if, just once, someone had said "Hope you're enjoying your stay. Is everything is ok in your room? Let us know if there's anything you need'. We had some really friendly service in the restaurant and some which would be better described as brusque. Just want to make a special mention of Andrea in the Fish Pot restaurant, who was absolutely top marks in terms of service. Everyone was great with our kids (even our terror of a two year old) - it's a really child friendly hotel. None of the negatives would stop us from returning.
880Richmondtraveller - London, United Kingdom
We loved it here! We prefer smaller, more intimate places to stay and hit the jackpot with LGH. It is set next to a small, pretty, secluded beach and offers a range of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom cottages. All very well appointed and with good facilities for self catering. It has the great restaurant, FishPot on site, is easy to walk to Speightstown or go further afield by bus or water taxi from the jetty on the beach. It is also walking distance from the local fish market whre they were really helpful so it was easy to mix it up with cooking in the cottage, dining at FishPot or at one of the many West Coast restaurants. Graham the manager was super helpful - he genuinely does everything he can to ensure you are happy and have a great stay. Andrew the owner has recruited a great team from housekeeping through to wait staff and they made our stay. Thank you
Ailsa M - Cheltenham, United Kingdom
We go to Barbados every year but this was our first stay at Little Good Harbour. It was like having a little house - a home from home. The facilities were fantastic and it was just great having to eat at the Fish Pot, the best restaurant on the island. Their breakfasts were superb. It was worth paying for the full breakfast to be included. The rooms were serviced daily by very friendly staff. Great free wi-fi and tv channels. The hotel manager even gave us a lift to a restaurant in Speightstown when our taxi didn't turn up. Nothing is too much trouble. It is in a beautiful, peaceful location, away from the tourist trail. We had a hire car but the local buses go all over the island.
carojs - Nottingham, United Kingdom
Little Good Harbour consists of a small number of flats & houses which are very well designed and appointed, with self catering in mind. The location is quiet and adjacent to the jointly owned Fishpot, which is a very good upmarket restaurant. As this is the only catering facility, one cannot get a sandwich or light lunch, but, this apart, we were delighted with everything. In addition to the large porch with chairs & table, the bedroom had a balcony as well where you could also sit out. The bed was excellent. We were pleased to find that, when we were there early February, the place was bug free. The staff are efficient and friendly, the whole place is a delightful contrast to the gin palaces closer to Bridgetown. A car is useful, but not essential as taxis are easily obtained.
Roger P - Knutsford, United Kingdom