The Cotton House

Set amongst 13 acres of tropical gardens leading down to Endeavour Bay, The Cotton House is a 17-bedroom set of suites set around the central Great Room, containing the Bar and Veranda Restaurant. The estate, surrounded by luxurious, garden and sea facing villas, suites and cottages with private verandas and plunge pools.

Originally an old cotton warehouse, the hotel was the first building project to be undertaken on the island. It was designed in 1968 by Oliver Messel, a leading British theatre stage designer, who had developed a reputation for the flamboyant and original houses he had designed on neighbouring Barbados.

Inside the hotel

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