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#Checking In: Cobblers Cove Hotel

December 18, 2017
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If you’re heading to Barbados and you’re looking for a place to stay, look no further, Cobblers Cove Hotel is the place to be. Located in Speightstown, the hotel is walking distance from some fun local spots. Plus, Cobblers Cove Hotel is beautiful and the millennial pink makes it an Instagrammer’s dream location. So what are you waiting for, book your Caribbean getaway!

#Checking In: Cobblers Cove Hotel

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The Property

Cobblers Cove used to be a plantation house in the early 1900s. It was sold in 1968 and was renamed Cobblers Cove. In the 1980s, it was converted into a luxury boutique hotel (and it sure is luxurious).

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The hotel features a collection of Garden suites, Ocean view suites, Oceanfront suites, two bedroom suites, and even rooms with their own private plunge pools. You will definitely feel like you’re on vacation as each room is beautifully decorated with pastel colors and patterns.

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There is a pool, lounge chairs, the prettiest pink umbrellas, and beach access for hotel guests. There is also an onsite restaurant serving up breakfast, lunch, and dinner. And if you fancy a little midday snack, you can even enjoy afternoon tea each day.

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And there are also complimentary water sports available including waterskiing, paddleboarding, and snorkeling.

The Location

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If you want to explore a little bit more of Barbados, I suggest heading into Speightstown. You can walk along the street or the beach from the hotel. The walk doesn’t take more than ten minutes and you’ll find some adorable little beach bars and delicious restaurants. I suggest heading to Little Bristol Beach Bar on a Friday night for live music and to The Lobster Pot for some fresh seafood.

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If you do want to venture out to other parts of Barbados you can grab the bus. It costs about 2 USD to get to Bridgetown. You can take the yellow bus (just wave this one down) or the blue bus from a bus stop. And there are several places you can stop along the route to Bridgetown that have other places to eat or shop.

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