Cobblers Cove Resort Announces Summer Closure




Cobblers Cove in Barbados announced Wednesday that it will close for its traditional summer refurbishment and enhancement program on August 31, and will reopen on October 4.

During this closure period, the resort will undergo general routine maintenance as well as welcome new soft goods in some of the suites. Landscaping improvements will also be made during this time. All renovations take place during the resort's closure, so as not to affect guests' experience. The resort will reopen October 4 with fall rates from $515 to $1,030 per night, based on double occupancy. Specialty Suite rates are from $1125 to $1285 per night.  Rates are valid October 4 to December 20.


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