The service here is at the top level of any on the island, with a boutique and personal feel in a hotel with just 40 rooms and ever-smiling staff. The 1940s pink mansion has been welcoming guests with its impeccable service for decades, and the Camelot restaurant is often hailed as the best in Barbados. Feast on the freshest catch-of-the-day, a sizzling barbecue under the stars, and local delicacies such as blackened mahi-mahi.
You won’t be short of things to do if you want to get active. Enjoy complimentary boat excursions, paddleboards, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking and tennis courts. Explore the local Speightstown, hop aboard the open-sided Bajan Reggae bus to visit tiny and remote rum shacks, or head out on a catamaran to discover nearby turquoise coves.