• What guests love... “The relaxed atmosphere and the fact that the property does not feel like a resort hotel – small and personal.”
  • What guests love... "It is a place to slow down, unwind, relax and have fun. Perfect."
  • What guests love... “It is home to one of the best restaurants on the island – right on the water!”
  • What guests love... “It is family run and with long serving management on hand with lots of advice about things to do and places to visit on the island.” 
  • What guests love... "It is an effortlessly stylish hotel, yet unpretentious, with exceptionally friendly and attentive staff."
  • What guests love... “The chic suites, particularly the Fort Suites in the original building right on the water."

LITTLE GOOD HARBOURBarbados

www.littlegoodharbourbarbados.com

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21 one, two and three bedroom suites - 2 are beach front, 13 are in the garden and pool area and 6 are higher up with a separate shared pool and garden.

All suites have  separate living room leading out to a terrace or balcony.

The Fish Pot Restaurant & Bar  

Breakfast, lunch and dinner à la carte are served at the beachfront restaurant, The Fish Pot, with local and international dishes that are fresh, healthy and tasty, plus an extensive selection of fine wines. 

The Little Spa - a relaxing treatment room for scrubs, massage therapies, body wraps and beauty area for manicures, pedicures and facials.

2 Swimming pools 

Beach  

Kayaks 

Snorkelling equipment

Children welcome all year round. 

Why we love LITTLE GOOD HARBOUR

Little Good Harbour offers something a little different for discerning Barbados visitors, particularly due to its location away from the busy and developing West Coast. It’s a refreshingly different, small and private beachfront hotel, close to a quiet fishing village on the island’s north west coast.

The historical aspect is certainly part of the appeal of the property, and the original 17th century Fort Rupert has been carefully and tastefully restored to create the restaurant, bar and two of the hotel's luxury suites. The other buildings which house the one and two bedroom suites are delightful Caribbean-style guest cottages and very in keeping with the environment, as are the oversized villa-style three bedroom Vineyard suites. It’s for discerning guests seeking a relaxed resort.

The 21 luxurious 1, 2 and 3 bedroom suites are furnished with a fusion of Balinese and Caribbean décor that creates a distinctly tropical ambience. The hotel's fabulous, and now renowned, water's edge restaurant, The Fish Pot, has become an increasingly popular lunch and dinner spot for hotel guests and visitors alike. 

  • “… it’s so laid back here, away from the hustle and bustle the gold coast of Barbados can sometimes bring.”

    Annette, Essential Detail

  • “ … that the owner sources some utterly delicious wines from Margaret River, near his family home in Perth, Australia – an unexpected perk in this Barbados boutique hotel.”

    Helen, Essential Detail

  • “ … the fresh flying fish on the menu at The Fish Pot restaurant for lunch and even at breakfast!”

    Jacquie, Essential Detail

HOTEL LOCATION

Within a peaceful little fishing community (a coastal hamlet known as ‘Sherman’s’) Little Good Harbour, St Lucy is on the site of the historic Rupert Fort, dating back to the 17th century. Located just an hour's drive from the airport, 12 kms from Holetown and just 3 kms from Speightstown, where local amenities can be found.

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