We arrived at the hotel to be greeted by a friendly reception team and the obligatory glass of 'rum punch'. We had always stayed at the sprawling almond beach village complex on previous visits so were a little bit concerned about the property being so small. However, after a day in this lovely hotel I had changed my mind. The rooms are a decent size and very clean, ours had a balcony which overlooked the palm trees and courtyard through which you could see the sea. We also had a little staircase on the side of the balcony which allowed easy access to the pool.
If I was being overly critical it would be that the seating beside the main pool is limited but again that is purely because of the space they have and in their defence they have certainly done a great job with the space they have, I would say that the hotel is endearing and intimate with a real bajan feel to it and nothing is too much of a problem
There are three places to eat and you can always take yourself off to their beach bar 'Drifters' ' for a cocktail or cup of tea anytime of the day.
If you are looking for a place to stay in Barbados that offers relaxation, friendliness, and lots to eat and drink then don't pass this delightful hotel by....