‘Quaint, Luxurious All-Suite; Historic Style’
One of Little Good Harbour's stand-out features is the carefully restored 17th century fort which now houses the restaurant and bar as well as two luxury suites. In separate Caribbean-style guest cottages you will find further one and two bedroom suites whilst the Vineyard Suites offer villa-style accommodation. Life here is laid back and informal and you are invited to visit the sister hotel, The Atlantis, on the dramatic East Coast for a change of scene. Although there are no shortage of restaurants and bars within easy reach, the hotel’s own Fish Pot is regarded as one of the best; with your own kitchen you may like to experiment with fresh local ingredients or employ the services of a dedicated cook to enchant with tasty local dishes.
In Our Opinion
‘This delightful all-suite hotel is known for its history, quiet location and quaint design, making it quite a contrast to many other Barbados properties; for guests seeking somewhere with character and charm but still within an easy distance of major attractions then this may be an ideal choice.’
The Fish Pot serves local, fresh dishes, international foods that are healthy and tasty, as well as an extensive selection of fine wines. Reservations required. Open for breakfast 08:30-10:00, lunch 12:00-14:30 and dinner 18:30-21:15.
• 2 freshwater pools
• Beach access and gazebos
• Fitness room
The Little Spa
This intimate treatment facility offers sea and sand scrubs, massages, body wraps, and a range of beauty treatments including facials, manicures and pedicures.
Set in a tranquil fishing community, Little Good Harbour is on the site of the historic Rupert Fort and is just a short drive from the shopping in Speightstown. The hotel is about 45 minute's drive from Grantley Adams International Airport
• Water sports at Mullins beach: 8 minute drive
• Barbados Wildlife Reserve: 10 minute drive
• Harrison's Cave: 28 minute drive