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At a glance
In 13 acres of tropical gardens the hotel grounds lead straight to the beach.
With private plunge pools, verandas, beautiful views and gardens, The Cotton House is as romantic as a hotel can possibly get.
Fly to Barbados and St Lucia and then it’s just 30 minutes from St Lucia and 45 minutes from Barbados on the 18-seater Twin Otter aircraft to the Grenadine archipelago.
Hotel Spa Venue
The hotel offers a variety of accommodation in villas around the grounds and a spa and wellbeing experience in a separate building.
The hotel grounds lead straight to the beach.
Spa & Leisure
The Wellness Centre and spa at The Cotton House are an utterly enjoyable experience in the balmy Caribbean heat. The Wellness Centre operates under the guidance of Warren Carl who joined the team from Australia, bringing his expertise as a professional dancer and yoga instructor combined with qualifications in physiotherapy to complete the wellbeing experience at the resort.
The spa itself is all about decadent and restorative healing using organic spa range ila, chosen to showcase Mustique at its blissful healing best. The spa has four treatment rooms and a relaxation room with beautiful sea views. Alternatively, treatments can be enjoyed in the privacy of your own room or villa by arrangement.
Hotel & Accommodation
Amongst 13 acres of tropical gardens leading to the beach in Mustique, The Cotton House is a luxurious estate made up of 17 garden and sea facing villas, suites and cottages with private verandas and plunge pools making it an impossible romantic and enjoyable holiday experience.
Food and drink are a wonderful part of the Caribbean experience and at The Cotton House it’s a delight. The Veranda Restaurant is a long-established favourite that’s wrapped around the Great Room Bar and is the ideal setting for a leisurely breakfast and refreshments throughout the day. Sit at the Chef’s Top Table if you’re really lucky, and enjoy fresh seafood and local fare. Meanwhile, The Great Room Bar is awash with West Indian artefacts and a colonial style and has an extensive cocktail menu with native rums and a range of cigars. Finally, the Beach Café is a relaxed restaurant and beach bar for breakfast, lunch and all the bits in between – they also do excellent smoothies!