Pirate's Inn

Address: Browne's Gap, Christ Church, 15151, Barbados | 2 star hotel
 
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Browne's Gap, Christ Church, is near Cool Runnings Catamaran Cruises, Glory Tours, Beaches of Worthing, and Bajan Roots and Rhythms.
Map this hotel

Amenities

Photos of Pirate's Inn

    View all photos
         

      Historical Traveler Reviews Pirate's Inn Christ Church

      A recent stay???

      from

      UK 01 February 2005 - Your stay could not have been within the last 6 years and perhaps a property update would be helpful - Pirate's Inn won all local and an overseas award in 2004 for being the best in its category. Barbados has something for everyone, if you were disappointed in your choice and wanted a beach front property, that is understandable, to exaggerate possible imperfections is not.

      Don't Stay Here

      from

      My first time in Barbados, we arrived at Pirates Inn, and thought we had stepped into the depths of hell. The sun loungers hadn't seen a wash since 1970, they were cacked in other peoples sweaty, dead skin. There were dead insects splattered on the walls in our 'apartment', stained coffee on the walls, the bedding hadn't been changed (the previous occupants had left some hair behind), the slidding patio doors didn't close, the tiling in the bathroom was cracked and the 'fans' were like being in the same room at a 747's engines. We bearly slept and checked out after one day, went up the west coast (much nicer) and checked into the Sandridge. I would just hate others to make the same mistake we did and not enjoy the wonderful Island of Barbados.

      Unique

      from

      The Pirate's is not a 5* hotel. However, the rooms are clean, well furnished and the kitchenette has most of the amenities you would expect. We've stayed there twice as a family firstly in adjacent rooms and recently in a 2 bed studio. The staff are brilliant (thanks, Trevor!) and fall over themselves to help you. The pool is well maintained and is the correct size for the hotel. There are numerous shops, eateries and other facilities within easy walking distance and travel around the island is simple. And the beaches - you won't believe their beauty. We can highly recommend the Pirate's both for the hotel itself and it's location. We will definitely go back.

      Wonderful place to spend a holiday...

      from

      Pirate's Inn is the most friendly, clean & relaxed apartment/hotel you could wish to stay at. The owner and all her staff could not be nicer. We have spent a few holidays at Pirate's and will continue to return there whenever we visit Barbados in the future. Many thanks and Good Luck to all of you. P-J

      Very well kept hotel

      from

      The hotel is very clean and service was excellent. I was in Barbados for 4 nights but unfortunately, Pirate's Inn had availability for only 2 of the 4 nights. My 2 nights there were very pleasurable and I was sad to leave. My only complaint about my room was that there was no air conditioning system, although there were 4 fans in the room. The room rate was excellent at $55, and it is a 3 minute walk from Accra Beach, one of the best beaches in Barbados.

      Excellent Value For Money

      from

      My mum and I stayed at The Pirate's Inn at the end of May this year for a 2 week holiday. Let me tell you, we were not disappointed. Don't let the outside of the building put you off, wait until you get inside then you will realise that you've made an excellent choice in staying here.

      We stayed in a ground floor apartment, with patio area with direct views to the pool area. There are also balcony rooms. The room is very large with a massive US Kingsize bed and tons of storage space. The Bathroom is also large with a walk-in wardrobe, walk-in shower - always had hot water at all times of the day/night.

      The Kitchen is a reasonable size, has a fridge freezer, toaster, cooker and oven, all cutlery, like what you have at home is provided along with plates, saucers, mugs, cups, jugs, saucepans, etc. Like from home to home.

      The rooms are spotless - extremly clean. We had Room service everyday and our towels and bath mat changed every single day.

      There is also a TV in the room with some American Channels via satellite.

      There were 2 very large wall fans in the room and a standing fan which kept the room really cool. We also paid extra for Air Conditioning, but its not really essential as the fans do the job.

      The food here is delicious and quite cheap if you compare it to prices at other venus.

      The swimming pool is a decent size and there are plenty of loungers to laze on.

      The nearest beach is about a 5-10 mins walk. The bank, petrol station, kentucky Fried Chicken and other small shops are just around the corner from the hotel. A minutes walk. The bus stops are also around the corner from the hotel. We used Kentucky as a Landmark to know when to get off the bus. On your walk to the beach, you will pass many shops, restaurants, an Italian Ice-cream parlour, pharmacy, etc.

      If your planning to to go to Barbados for your holiday, I highly recommend that you stay here as I doubt you will get all this for your money anywhere else.

      The rooms are clean, staff are very friendly and helpful and treat you with a personal touch, unlike the bigger hotels who only see you as a number. Its in a good location, you'll have much more money in your pocket, as you haven't spent it all on your acomodation, what more do you want. So what are you waiting for, book now, I guarantee you'll love it.

      Alisa-Marie Fleming

      You get what you pay for

      from

      I am assuming this is the Pirates Inn in Hastings, Barbados, because looking at the other reviews I seemed to have stayed not just in an alternate Pirates Inn, but in an alternate universe!First thing to say is Barbados is totally wonderful and this place is really near the beach and all the amenities, but the room we stayed in was very, very basic and had what can only be described as a killer fan hanging over the bed. There was no real air conditioning and the food wasn't that great either. Having said that the staff were great (if a little crazy) and good food is not far away - I highly recommend the Monet.However it was really cheap, so I can't complain!

      Will Return Often

      from

      We found our paradise at this small hotel. Spent one month and wished we could stay longer. Staff very friendly and helpful. Attractive and clean rooms. Hotel is on a quite street but close to everything. We will definitely be returning.

      We' going back yipeeeeeee

      from

      If its your first time to the island, stay here.Its fabulous, 5 mins walk from the beach, 2 min walk to the local bars, shopping mall with banking for travellers chq's and resturants. Warm, relaxing, very safe, clean tidy etc

      Cheap and easy

      from

      i stayed for 2 week's with my friend, and we had the best holiday of our live's,, the hotel is clean and tidy and the pool is very nice,, not to big and small enough to have to chat with the other holiday maker's. the rooms are quite large and the bathroom is well equiped with shower and loo and mirror. plenty of room for everything. the kitchen is quite well equiped to, kettle, cup's and everything else you will need,, the people at the hotel are freindly and very helpfull, the hotel is within easy reach of everything so there is nothing that you will miss on this holiday,, we had a ball and im sure that you will....

      TripAdvisor Reviews Pirate's Inn Christ Church

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Christ Church

      Turtles, fish and sunshine!

      A travel blog entry by aguerin02 on Jun 28, 2013

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... The water was warm and the fish plentiful as well as colorful. Rob manned the camera and took some good shots which I will attach.
      Robbie helped pull the anchor and hoist the sail as we sailed onto a secluded beach, away.from the crowds. He also watched as they set a line hoping to catch their dinner. They served a fabulous lunch of chicken , fish, pasta, rice, and salads. The drinks were plentiful and cold. There was a quick ...

      Meet the new neighbours

      A travel blog entry by bettya52 on May 20, 2013

      5 photos

      It's Sunday and Ruth and Malcolm are beginning to settle in.

      Because it's the last day of the season we are compelled to head down to Surfside to watch the match and have some breakfast. As always we wonder down to the bus stop and on the way we exchange hellos with the neighbours.

      Speaking of neighbours we have some new neighbours too - a couple of goats. They're very cute but Henry keeps wondering up and saying "curry" just to frighten ...

      Barbados

      A travel blog entry by danandkatie on May 16, 2012

      5 photos

      ... plush cinema at the Limegrove complex complete with waiter service to your chair.

      On one of our final days we snorkelled at Carlisle Bay where three shipwrecks lay meters below the surface. We were lucky enough to see a couple of sea turtles and swim with them for a while.

      Overall a very relaxing time and a good insight into Caribbean life. Thanks to our wonderful hosts for feeding the smelly travellers.

      On to NYC!




      ...

      Pain stopped play

      A travel blog entry by steve-claire on Feb 21, 2012

      4 comments, 2 photos

      ... Steve being the good Samaritan decided he would walk to the supermarket and get some. I took a seat in the bar overlooking the sea and had some juice, a catch up on Facebook and a read of my Kindle.

      Well Steve came back and the sweat was literally running off his face. He told me how he had decided to walk back along the beach instead of the road which has at best narrow pavements but in ...

      Over hill and under sea

      A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jan 02, 2012

      67 photos

      ... guess it helps pay for the trips.

      When it was time for our tour, we walked along the dock, past the tall ship from Malta, through the harbour shops, to our meeting point. The tour began with an open safari truck tour of the island. Right after we sat down, it poured rain … we dropped the plastic awnings briefly, until the rain stopped. It had already begun to turn stifling inside the truck. (Side note: there were a total of 16 of us on the tour – ...