Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 out of 5
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
Recommended
by Meg from Austin, Texas

Great hotel just a little off the beaten path

Posted May 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
Overall this is a great hotel- particularly if you want an adorable West Indies style bungalow. The only drawback is that if you are a first time visitor to Barbados, you'll want to travel to Holetown, Bridgetown, and Oistens for activities and those are all pretty far. But if you are looking for a quiet restful place and willing to rent a car, this is your place. The nearest beach is Mullins Beach (beautiful) but is about a half hour walk. The restaurant across the street (Fish Pot) is to die for!
5 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveler from Lincolnshire

Posted Sep 1, 2011 on Hotels.com
We found Little Good Harbour delightful in every way. Upgraded to a luxurious three- bedroom villa with a huge verandah and gorgeous interior design, we felt as if we had stumbled into the pages of a glossy magazine. We had every intention of sampling a number of local restaurants, but after our first dinner at the hotel's Fish Pot we didn't want to go anywhere else. Ever. The 30 minute walk into nearby Speightstown offered a glimpse of a more real Barbados and we were aware that Little Good Harbour was, as we knew all along, part of another world for those lucky enough to find themselves there...
5 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveler from London

Looking forward to our next stay!

Posted May 27, 2008
We just returned from a wonderful 10 night stay at Little Good Harbour and we're already planning our next visit! The hotel is set in a quiet location on the West coast. The hotel is split into a number of cottages/apartments, all with a self catering option and all spacious, clean and very stylishly decorated. All properties come with terraces (many with sea views) which are great for watching the wildlife surrounding the apartments. We went for a standard cottage which was very nice, but the larger villas look really beautiful and would be ideal if you are travelling with a group/family. Staff at the hotel were extremely helpful and did their utmost to make us feel at home. The hotel felt very peaceful and we were lucky enough to have the swimming pool to ourselves on many occasions during our stay. The only thing to point out is that I would recommend car hire if you want to take full advantage (and due to the quiet location). We hired a jeep fairly inexpensively and went off exploring the island each day - there's quite a lot to see and given that it's fairly small, we were able to cover a lot of it easily, such as the Silver Sands beach in the south, the wildlife reserve and Bathsheba on the east coast. Finally although we tried a lot of restaurants on the island during our stay, we liked the 'Fish Pot' best - the lunch menu is particularly good and you can't beat the location right on the beach. On the whole, this is a great hotel that I would not hesitate to recommend!
4 out of 5
Recommended
by A verified traveler from London

Will be back!

Posted Apr 3, 2008
10 day holiday at LGH sailed by and, for once, I could have stayed at a hotel for twice as long. Hotel set-up, with self-catering facilities in accomodation allows complete flexibility but the huge benefit of being attached to The Fish Pot - a great restaurant for breakfast, lunch or dinner. A great base to see the whole of Barbados (the dramatic East Coast only being 20 minutes drive away) and service understated but excellent.