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I was 70 in January and this holiday was my birthday gift from my husband, and what a wonderful choice it was. Lovely hotel, excellent, friendly staff, always smiling, nothing was too much trouble. They loved a bit of banter too. Earl and Renaud were...More
A lovely small hotel (24 rooms) we asked for a garden view room but was given a pool side room ( a good swap in our opinion) the food was excellent quality, and the staff lovely and friendly. The Bajan people were always friendly and...More
What can I say,that hasn't, already been said.a delightful small hotel that is one minute walk away from the lovely Pebbles Beach,(the best beach in Barbados).The staff are second to none,lovely ladies,a special thank you to Sharon and Carol,brilliant receptionist,cannot do enough for guests and...More
My wife and I stayed here for a week in February 2015. This is a delightful small hotel (very) close to pebble beach (it's not, it's all sand). We were very happy with our room by the pool and the food offered by the hotel...More
We stayed at The Island Inn for six weeks in January & February . The hotel is a single story
building of some 24 rooms built around a courtyard and pool area. Rooms are quite modern
with doors opening onto a small patio area. Our...More
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Personally I just paddle so have no idea how good the companies are. However, there is one on Pebbles beach called Barbados Blue which may be part of the Hilton. The boat Parks here and takes people out and there was always... More
Personally I just paddle so have no idea how good the companies are. However, there is one on Pebbles beach called Barbados Blue which may be part of the Hilton. The boat Parks here and takes people out and there was always a good few onboard.Other guests in the hotel went snorkelling and swam with the turtles.The next beach Brownes beach may have scuba facilities. Another couple went to Oistins area and joined a boat that then came back to Brownes beach to scuba dive as there are a few wrecks here.I wouldn't have thought it would be too much of a problem to do it.