Little Good Harbour

Located in the tranquil little fishing community of Shermans, Little Good Harbour’s charm is all down to it being one of the last family-run ocean front hotels on the fashionable west coast of Barbados.

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The 21 whitewashed cottages are nestled among tropical gardens and ooze elegance with their fusion of Balinese and Caribbean décor. Each cottage has its own sitting room and fully equipped kitchens. The hotel will stock your cottage with groceries prior to arrival to ensure your holiday is as hassle free as possible.

The hotel has two swimming pools with private sunbathing areas or it is just a short walk to the calm Caribbean waters and sandy beaches of Shermans Bay. Golf, tennis, sailing, deep sea fishing, snorkelling and various island tours can also be arranged through the hotel. Just across the street from the cottages, the superb beachside Fish Pot Restaurant has been fitted into the remains of a 17th century British garrison and is renowned for serving some of the best food on the island. With its ever changing seafood menu and unbeatable setting on the water's edge, the Fish Pot has unsurprisingly earned quite a following among the locals.

Why we love it

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The neighbouring village on a Friday is the place to be when the local fishermen bring in their day's catch, you can grab yourself a fresh fish supper.

Will, Original Traveller


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