This boutique, Relais & Châteaux gem is home to individually-designed rooms that ooze country-style class with sprigged pastel-coloured and linen fabrics, rattan and wicker furnishings and, for most, white fence-framed balconies and terraces. For a stylish upgrade, opt for a Camelot or Colleton Suite for the likes of four-poster beds, private rooftop terraces and private plunge pools.
Come evening, head to the sprawling ocean-view terrace to indulge at Camelot Restaurant, a wonderful showcase of seasonal menus that use only the freshest local ingredients – including a daily fresh catch of the day – cooked by Bajan chef Jason Joseph. That’s not forgetting the private dining options, with everything from picnics on deserted islands to bespoke menus under private gazebos on offer. Wash it all down with an infamous Cobblers Cooler rum cocktail at the beach bar.
When you’re not relaxing on the powder-white beach or enjoying lunch poolside, there are all manner of activities on offer. Perhaps take to the water with the likes of waterskiing, paddle boarding, kayaking, snorkelling and even swimming with turtles, or you could even head out with Barker, the hotel's long-serving fisherman, to help him seek out his catch of the day. Further afield, enjoy a private tour of Bridgetown’s historic buildings, guided hiking tours and even rum shack tours in an open-sided bus, or there’s the chance to go diving, play golf, enjoy a day on a catamaran and even try out deep sea fishing. Then, an extensive array of massages, scrubs and treatments await at the hotel's Sea Moon Spa upon your return.