About Cobblers Cove
Cobblers Cove was once the private home of Joss Haynes, a sugar cane planter and politician, who built it as a holiday home for the family to escape the windy and rugged east coast. Read more about the history of Cobblers Cove.
We have year-round sunshine, warm temperatures (28-29 degrees centigrade / 82-84 degrees fahrenheit is typical) and minimal variety in the seasons, so there is never a bad time to visit. Days are sunny and fair with light breezes, the evenings are always balmy. Highest rainfall is between July and October, but showers are brief and quickly followed by sunshine and blue sky. Tropical rainstorms sometimes occur over the summer, but hurricanes usually avoid Barbados. The last occasion the island suffered a direct hit from a major hurricane was in 1955. View the resort map
Will Oakley – General Manager
Will joined as General Manager in April 2014. A graduate of the Savoy Group Hotel Management Programme, with a well-established career in the luxury hotel industry, he brings a wealth of experience to the role. He has worked with the Firmdale Group, The Halcyon Hotel and Bespoke Hotels and was, most recently, the General Manager at the five-star Cadogan Hotel in London.
The Cobblers Cove team gives the hotel its unique personality. Many members of staff have worked for the hotel for many years and have built up close relationships with our guests, knowing them by name and remembering their preferred restaurant table, favourite cocktail and chosen suite. It is this insight that ensures our guests receive the warmest of Caribbean welcomes.