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Little Good Harbour

Shermans, Barbados

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The Premises 

The Australian owners of Little Good Harbour have managed not only to create a Barbados boutique hotel that captures the essence of the island’s beach life 20 years ago, but have also opened one of the most impressive restaurants in the country. A scattering of whitewashed coral-stone cottages, the seaside hotel smacks of unpretentious luxury – the perfect in-the-know hidey-hole for Caribbean beach-bunnies.

Little Good Harbour

Little Good Harbour Hotel St. Lucy Shermans, 27180Barbados


Compliments of the House 

A glass of rum punch each; guests staying four nights or more get 50 per cent off one lunch or dinner at the Fish Pot

At the Hotel 

CHECK-OUT: Noon; later check-out is subject to availability.
Rates exclude breakfast.


Exercise room, massage room, free WiFi by the pool and in reception. In rooms: four-poster beds, TV, DVD/CD player, full kitchen (fridge, oven, and microwave; two- and three-bedroom suites have dishwashers, Vineyard suites have washer/dryers).


If you plan to explore Barbados, a driver’s licence is an essential – Little Good Harbour is relatively remote. Snorkelling gear will help you make the most of the coast.


Welcome throughout the year. Rollaway beds are available for under-12s for $27.00 per night . Babysitting can be arranged locally, for $10 an hour, and the restaurant kitchens have a flexible attitude to child-friendly cooking.


The hotel has two pools; one is a small, Romanesque affair adorned with greenery; the other is much larger, lined with slick grey slate and flanked with cushioned wicker loungers.


Fishermen haul their daily catch to the village next door at 5pm every Friday – pick up the finest and the freshest and fix yourself a fish supper in your fully fitted kitchen.


For each booking guests will be charged 10% VAT 10% service charge and a room levy of $4.38 USD per bedroom per night payable locally at check out.


The one-and two-bedroom suites overlooking the little pool encompass two floors and a terrace, all decorated in inimitably Caribbean greens and yellows, and offer as sublime sense of privacy for couples seeking escape. The newer Vineyard suites at the top of Little Good Harbour are more geared to families, with high spec kitchens, spacious showers and large tiled verandas. The most historic rooms are in the three-bedroom Fort Suite, part of the original Fort Rupert building on the beachfront, where you can fall asleep to the sound of the sea.

Food & Drink 

Unforgettable Features 

The Fish Pot is one of the most celebrated spots on Barbados, serving a delicious medley of fresh seafood and pasta dishes, accompanied by a wide selection of wines expertly chosen by the owner, who’s something of an oenophile.

Liquid Bliss 

Drinks are available from the Fish Pot during restaurant hours.

Experience the Extraordinary 

As well as snorkelling in the warm waters of the Atlantic just outside the hotel, other watersports (stand-up paddleboarding, surfing, sailing…), and fishing can all be arranged in the area – talk to the hotel. Beach lazing is encouraged, but you could also take a time out in the Little Spa, which has a range of massages, facials, wraps and scrubs, carried out in chill-out cabanas. There’s an exercise room too. For more sedate sports, the golf course at nearby Sandy Lane provides a diverting afternoon on the green. Pick up a picnic from the Fish Pot restaurant and head to Crane beach, which frequently makes top 10 lists. Alternatively, see the island by bike – staff can help you to arrange hire. You could pedal to 17th-century plantation house St Nicholas Abbey or Nidhe Israel Synagogue, and World Heritage Site George Washington House. If you’re enamoured of the hotel’s palms and plants – and peaceful nature – find more of the island’s green lungs: Andromeda Gardens, Welchman Hall Gully and Farley Hill National Park – each planted with tropical blooms and graceful trees.



Grantley Adams International Airport is located in the south of the island – get here from London Gatwick with British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, who also fly there from Manchester. If you’re island-hopping, you’ll also find connections to other Caribbean destinations. Private transfers are available for an additional cost ($110 a way for two; $125 a way for up to six; $142.50 a way for up to eight) and fast track passes can be organised for $65 a person (free for children under 12).


If you want to hire some wheels, you’ll find a few car rental desks at the airport. The hotel is located in the north of the island near Port St Charles and Speightstown, along highway 1B.


If you’re arriving by boat you’ll find Port St Charles just a few minutes to the south of the hotel. You’ll need a cruising permit to sail in Barbados waters.


Little Good Harbour Hotel St. Lucy Shermans, 27180Barbados

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