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With the help from this hotel, Barbados stole our hearts! This Inn was quaint, clean & fun! Staff & food are absolutely awesome! The manager is the BEST...she is extremely personable, and will make every effort to come around and introduce herself all the while...More
The Island Inn is a great holiday venue if you want peace and quiet. Very close to the beach with fine white sand and the warmest sea crystal clear turquoise blue and so lovely and warm. On arrival a warm welcome offer of a cold...More
We stayed here this september. The staff are amazing. Nothing is too much trouble, and most of the time , the most common sound is laughter. If you are a history buff, this hotel is part of a Unesco World Heritage Site. I think if...More
The Island Inn was not as good as we expected. It is sold as a four star hotel by Tropical Sky, so we were led to expect such standards, however, this hotel is certainly not four star, we would put it between a 2 and...More
Stayed at this hotel towards the end of September for our holiday . If you want peace and quiet this is the hotel for you. With only 24 rooms which are kept clean and tidy and to a good standard. The food is very good...More
The wines fine the white is always well chilled, and the red is ok as well. The cocktails are very good and when we've been there it's always been well chilled and I've never seen Earl put water in the beer when it's come... More
The wines fine the white is always well chilled, and the red is ok as well. The cocktails are very good and when we've been there it's always been well chilled and I've never seen Earl put water in the beer when it's come out 'frisky'.