Cerene Deazle's popular Palm Tree Guest House is located on the outskirts of Codrington Village in a peaceful area, fifteen minutes walk from the village centre. The guest house has eight en-suite double rooms, each with a shower-bathroom, fridge and kettle. There is also a family suite with two bedrooms, shower bathroom, kitchen and living room. All rooms have hot water, air conditioning, ceiling fans and satellite TV. You can contact Cerene on (268) 784-4331 or (268) 722-5496 to book a room.
Close to the historical Indigo Well area of the village, Hartford John runs a budget seven room hostel-style guesthouse in a quiet area of the village only a short walk to the centre. The rooms all have double beds and fans, and two rooms share a kitchen and bathroom - although there is no hot water supply. Mr John himself lives nearby so can assist with all you want to know about Barbuda while you are here. His rates are the cheapest on Barbuda at US$50/$135ec per night and rooms can be booked for long term stays at a better rate. He now has internet too. He can be contacted on (268) 720-2629 or (268) 725-9559 Hartford John also has a lumber and hardware business and the Island Pharmacy.
These four traditional wooden Caribbean cottages are on one of the most beautiful beach locations on Barbuda, on the calm and natural beach at Coral Group, a lovely spot that is perfect for safe swimming and exploring the rock pools. It's a fifteen minute taxi ride from the village and next door to Uncle Roddy's bar so you will be well looked after. These are newly built accomodations, owned and run by Barbudans and include one or three bedroom, completely self-contained, eco-friendly beach houses on a long stretch of empty beach. It has an incredible view of the southern coastline, described by many as one of the nicest coastal views on the island. For more information, booking and availability go to www.barbudacottages.com.