There’s no other place quite like it. Think James Bond in Doctor No ::
sleek copper-roofed stone and glass cottages in a vibrant tropical setting. Developed in the 1960s, Frenchman’s Cove set the benchmark for top-end all-inclusive, the sort patronized by the very rich and the very famous, looking for the best of the Caribbean while protected from the public gaze. Even Royalty stayed here. Sadly, damaged by Hurricane Gilbert in the 1980s the main building, the cottages and the spectacular landscape have all been restored as a more accessible, environmentally friendly destination. It is still for those seeking peace and beauty a little off the beaten track. Having been the spot for the environmentally friendly and socially conscious, whether as individual visitors, wedding groups or small conferences, Frenchman’s Cove will now take on the world of beach club parties.
Margaret Peryer email@example.com