As a member of the Commonwealth, the island is divided into 11 parishes named after saints that have regional ties. The inhabitants have backgrounds as diverse as English, African, Arab, Amerindian and even Indo-Pakistani. The blend of different languages creates a unique culture with melodious accents and welcoming, lively traditions rich in dance, where a warm welcome is a promise.
Hotel and restaurant on the seafront. Calm, cool and private, Cobblers Cove is a small, exclusive resort on the renowned west coast of Barbados. The all-suite hotel and its enchanting gardens offer the feel and warm hospitality of an English country house, but are situated on a stunning Caribbean beach. The chirping of small tropical birds and subtle fragrances of exotic plants drift through the open bay windows to awaken the senses. Cobblers Cove undoubtedly offers some of the finest food on the island. The hotel welcomes many guests back time and time again thanks to its excellent, friendly service and lovely atmosphere. As one might expect, the afternoon tea, served every day at four o’clock sharp, is legendary. ... Learn moreless