- Two gorgeous beaches in a secluded little cove
- Outstanding customer service
- Delicious food
An intimate boutique resort perched on a secluded cove with simple yet elegant designs and two private beaches
The Cove Eleuthera’s 57 cottages, suites and villas are nestled on a quiet and serene inlet where you can experience total relaxation. Upon arrival you’ll gasp at the contrast of colors and stunning landscape—40 acres of perfectly manicured, vibrant green hills roll out to meet white sand followed by endless turquoise water. The swaying palms and white buildings seamlessly blend into this isolated slice of Eleuthera, perfect for a romantic holiday. Clean lines and minimalist decor in the rooms amplify the effortless beauty of The Cove’s surroundings, along with luxurious bedding and in-room entertainment for a break from the sun.
While The Cove is outside of town, you’ll have everything you need right on the grounds. The Freedom Restaurant and Sushi Bar serves up an ever changing menu of gourmet meals and the open-air sunset bar will melt your heart with fiery views of Eleuthera’s horizon at dusk. Relaxation days here are spent lazing in the infinity pool and on the two private beaches or at the on-site spa. Active days are easily spent using the resort’s complimentary gear including paddleboards, kayaks, snorkel gear and bicycles.
If you’re anxious to explore Eleuthera’s beauty, enquire with The Cove’s concierge team—they can help arrange everything from scuba diving and surfing to horseback riding and seaplane charters.
Grab your bathing suits and cruise along the Queen’s Highway for endless stops of beauty and fun. Steer north from The Cove and you’ll come upon the Queen’s Bath—breathtaking rock pools filled with water spilling in from the Atlantic that are perfect for an afternoon dip. Head further north and you’ll drive over the Glass Window Bridge. This slender pathway is one of the only places on Earth where you can clearly see the division between the deep blue Atlantic Ocean and aquamarine Caribbean Sea. If you drive all the way to the northern island, be sure to stop at Eleuthera’s Sapphire Blue Hole for swimming and snorkeling.
Add a short ferry ride into the mix and you’ll approach colorful Dunmore Town and Pink Sand Beach on Harbour Island. Briland, as the locals know it, is a charming island with warm hospitality and a fine array of boutique shops and hotels. Plan ahead and you’ll have time for relaxing on the peach-colored beach, strolling the colorful streets and lunch at a delicious restaurant like Sip Sip or Aquapazza.