Enjoy the natural beauty of Dominica in contemporary comfort with Cabritts Resort and Spa.
Cabritts Resort and Spa is a new and very different addition to the Dominica hotel scene. Opened in October 2019, the resort style is rather elegant with spacious grounds, extensive on site facilities and high quality contemporary accommodation.
It is located at Douglas Bay, just outside Portsmouth on the north-west coast of the island, within the Cabritts National Park.
40 minutes drive from the international airport at Melville Hall and 70 minutes from the capital Roseau.
Cabritts Resort and Spa 151 rooms and suites. All are bright and spacious, spread over several low rise clusters.
You have a choice of:
Deluxe Rooms, some on the ground floor have pool access.
There are larger Junior and One Bedroom Suites.
The views will either be across the pool or back towards the high mountain backdrop.
Huge swimming pool separated into several sections
Restaurant options in different locations
Spa | Gym
Kids play area
Bar with local “bush“ rums a speciality
There is a small volcanic sand beach at low tide.
Dominica is all about the adventure of land and sea. Tours can be arranged to visit some of the waterfalls that abound on the island. There are 12, of which Middleham, Emerald, Trafalgar and Sari-Sari are the most popular.
You have river safaris and jungle treks, which can be easy going or testing depending on your requirements. You can explore the small ramshackle villages.
At sea, you have great diving, snorkelling, whale and dolphin watching.
Whichever way you look the island is beautifully dramatic with towering misty mountains & dense forests.
Modern contemporary luxury has arrived on Dominica with Cabritts Resort and Spa.
You can spend your days exploring, but then retreat back to the supreme comfort of this superb hotel. Excellent on-site facilities. The spa might be worth visiting for some well-earned pampering.
The little town of Portsmouth is about 10 minutes drive away. Here you have some simple dining options and beach bars.
Dominica has regular airline connections with Barbados and Antigua, the two main gateways. You can also travel from St Lucia by air. For a Caribbean adventure, try the catamaran ferry service via Martinique.
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Come for the dense forests, the numerous waterfalls and fast flowing rivers, the misty mountains, volcanic sand beaches and charming ramshackle villages. Dominica offers a unique Caribbean experience, essentially appealing to the adventurous eco-influenced traveller, with a variety of trekking opportunities, bird watching, whilst at sea you have whale watching and some of the best diving in the region.
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