A superb ‘all-suite’ hotel, set amongst lush, tropical gardens with direct beach access. Situated in a quiet fishing village on the north west coast of Barbados, which conjures up images of the old Barbados. Little Good Harbour offers the best of both worlds- the privacy and facilities of a villa with the services and amenities and service of a hotel. Fort Rupert, a historic site, is the focal point of this delightful resort. Local Caribbean art, Balinese furnishings and the local landscape are reflected throughout the décor of the 21 suites. The fishing boats moored on the coastline add to the tranquillity of this oasis. The hotel’s water’s edge restaurant, The Fish Pot, has become a popular spot for food aficionados, both locals and visitors alike. Guests can enjoy the quiet at Little Good Harbour, yet have easy access to the activity and excitement of the fashionable and exclusive West coast, just 15 minutes away. Six luxurious 3-bedroom Vineyard suites are very popular with families. These suites offer great living space; sexy décor in neutral shades yet distinctly tropical in design. Owners of Little Good Harbour acquired and refurbished the historic Atlantis Hotel in 2009, located on the East Coast of Barbados. Combining the two makes an appealing East Meets West 2-centre holiday.
Little Good Harbour’s 21 luxury guest cottages and villa style suites help to maintain the simple Caribbean tradition of one of the last family-run beachfront hotels on the fashionable west coast of Barbados. 6 luxurious three bedroom/three bathroom suites have now been added to the accommodation listings offering the very highest in luxury for discerning guests. Set in immaculate gardens they are an ideal base for families and groups looking for the private villa experience.
2 of the suites benefit from a lovely beachfront position, 13 are situated back in the gardens and around the swimming pool, and 6 are higher up on the property with separate shared swimming pool and gardens. All suites have a generous set of feature as standard and include: air conditioning in the bedroom – fans elsewhere, separate living room leading out onto the terrace/balcony, hair dryers, ironing facilities, CD player stereo and cable TV. All rooms can be stocked with groceries prior to your arrival.
The 1/2 bedroom suites and the 2/3 bedroom fort suites have in addition to the above: fully equipped kitchens, four poster queen size bed in the master bedroom (king size in the 3-bedroom suite), twin beds in the second and third bedrooms (queen size in the second bedroom of the 3-bedroom suite), en-suite bathrooms for all bedrooms with private showers.
3-bedroom Vineyard Suites
3-bedroom Fort Suite
2-bedroom Fort Suite
Restaurants & Bars
A chance to dine at the Fish Pot restaurant is as good a reason as any to visit Barbados, let alone stay at the hotel. One of the most celebrated eateries on the island; it is part of a converted fort and sits right on the beachfront, with the open dining on the terrace benefiting from incredible views as the sun sets majestically for its diners.
Airy and informal, the chef takes a purist approach to his methods and instead relies on local seasonings to bring out the incredible flavour in the freshest of ingredients. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served a la carte, and meals are matched perfectly to a selection of fine wines.
Reservations are essential to avoid disappointment, with priority going to hotel guests. The Fish Pot offers a true gourmet dining experience.
Breakfast: 8.30am to 10.00am Lunch: 12:00 noon to 2.30pm Dinner: 6.30pm to 9.15pm Room service – Limited service available between 9:00 am and 9:00pm and is subject to weather conditions at time of request, due to the layout of the property.
Fish Pot Restaurant and bar.
Two freshwater swimming pools
Beach access, beach gazebos, loungers & umbrellas
Complimentary use of kayaks and snorkelling equipment
Flagged beach drink service
Exercise room including a rowing machine and cross-trainer The Little Spa.
Yacht Charters – sunset dinner and day cruises available on hotels luxury catamaran ‘Seaduced’ directly from the hotel dock (full details available on request)
Meals Breakfast, lunch and dinner à la carte 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. Reservations are essential to avoid disappointment, though priority is given to hotel guests. Alternatively meals can be prepared in suite by a local cook from approx. US$50 plus cost of food.
The Little Spa – a relaxing treatment room for sand & Sea scrubs, massage therapies and body wraps, along with a beauty area for those extra pampering touches such as manicures, pedicures and a ‘little quick fix’ facial.
How to get there: Direct scheduled services to Barbados from London with British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, plus Virgin Atlantic from Manchester.
Location: Within a peaceful little fishing community (a coastal hamlet known as ‘Sherman’s’) Little Good Harbour, St Lucy is on the site of historic Rupert Fort, dating back to the 17th century.
The shopping amenities of Speightstown are only a short drive away. One hour drive from the airport, 12 kms from Holetown and just 3 kms from Speightstown the nearest shopping centre.
Baby sitting: This can be arranged locally. Charge US$10 per hour approx.
Check-in/check out: Rooms are available from 3:00 pm and guests are asked to vacate their rooms by 12:00 noon.
Children: Children are welcome year round. Climate Delightful year-round. Average temperature 27°c (84°f), with the dry season mid-December to May.
Credit cards: The hotel accepts Visa and MasterCard. Currency Barbados dollar (tied to the US dollar). US dollars, sterling and Euros are readily acceptable.
Dress code: Dress for dinner is casual/elegant. Camouflage/para-military apparel is illegal in many Caribbean islands including Barbados.
Driver’s licence: A temporary registration licence can be obtained on presentation of a full and valid UK licence – cost BD$10.
Electricity: 110 volts / 50 cycles
Prices: Please email us for any prices required and availability information. This way we can offer you the most up to date special offers.
The levy on accommodation, collected in resort, will cost between US$2.50 (£1.90) and $17.50 (£14.50 for 5* Hotels) per room per night until VAT doubles to 15% in 2020 as set by Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Mottley.Request a quote