Canada's Cabot plans golf resort for Saint Lucia

Point Hardy is a 375-acre peninsula at the northern tip of Saint Lucia. Photo credit: Lucia J. Sjoman

Cabot, a Canadian golf resort and residential community developer/operator, is expanding its reach. The company plans to develop, manage and operate a master-planned property in Saint Lucia as the brand’s first international property. 

Located on Point Hardy, Cabot Saint Lucia will break ground on phase one this summer and when complete, will have a golf club, residential community and resort. Following the  Cabot Links and Cabot Cliffs in Nova Scotia, this property will include Cabot’s third golf course and second resort in its expanding portfolio. 

Plans for the development include a 50-suite boutique hotel, three restaurants, boutique retail shops, the Cabot Spa and a clubhouse. The development also will have houses and townhouses available for purchase, with sales beginning this summer.
The 18-hole Cabot Point gold course will be designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw.


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