This 5 bedroom villa has a grand colonial style entrance which opens to a lobby area. The lobby leads to the large open plan living and dining area featuring high ceilings and ceiling fans, from here doors open to two terraces, one of which is covered. The villa has a large swimming pool with a spacious deck area surrounded by a mature garden, overlooking the fairway and with a wonderful view to the Caribbean Sea. There are 5 bedrooms, 3 being in the main villa and the other 2 located in 2 inter-connecting cottages accessed from the pool deck.
|Size||Sleeps up to 11, 5 bedrooms|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||TV, Video player, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 4 En suites|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (4), Double beds (3)|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
|Further details indoors|
• 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms
• Large living/dining area with Cable TV, DVD player, video player, stereo and doors opening out to the pool
• Internet Access & safe
• Swimming Pool
• Air-conditioned bedrooms & ceiling fans
• Near beach, golf course, tennis & watersports
• Close to Holetown and Speightstown
• Maid/Laundress available (there may be an additional charge)
• Master bedroom – double bed with en-suite bathroom and doors opening to a large balcony (upstairs)
• 2nd bedroom – double bed with doors opening to a large balcony (upstairs)
• 3rd bedroom – twin beds with en-suite bathroom and doors opening onto the pool deck (downstairs)
• There is a separate bathroom on the ground floor
• 4th bedroom – double bed with en-suite bathroom and private patio (located in one of the 2 inter-connecting cottages accessed from the pool deck)
• 5th bedroom – twin beds with en-suite bathroom and private patio (located in one of the 2 inter-connecting cottages accessed from the pool deck)
• There is also an office in the main villa that can be converted to a bedroom (additional charges apply)
|Further details outdoors|
The Royal Westmoreland 18-hole championship golf course is one of the best of Robert Trent Jones jr.'s designs, as far as the finesse, beauty and challenge of the course is concerned, which perfectly integrates into the surrounding undulating landscape. The driving range, the sanctuary, pool and gym, and the spectacular Clubhouse overlook the Caribbean Sea. The first-class service provided by Royal Westmoreland is a truly unforgettable experience.
All guests staying in Royal Westmoreland have access to the resort facilities which include flood lit tennis courts, gym, communal pool and a Kid's Club which is open at peak times during the year.
Barbados is a coral island formed in pre-historic times by erupting volcanoes. Now it is a dream for beachgoers, scuba divers, snorkelers, golfers, fishing enthusiasts and just about anyone seeking fun and relaxation in a relatively upmarket environment. You can even go to the horse races and polo matches if you desire. Its west coast boasts beaches of fine white sand bordering a blue-green Caribbean sea, while the Atlantic Ocean supplies the east coast with waves that inspire surfers and other water sports enthusiasts.
The island is mostly flat and you can walk for miles along unbroken white sand beaches, sometimes stopping at a cluster of coral rocks jutting out to sea. However the hills, deep rifts and gullies found on the island provide a scenic home to colourful and interesting plants and wildlife. The constant breeze of the trade winds gives Barbados a mild and pleasant tropical climate, with average temperatures between 75 and 85 degrees.
This is the capital of Barbados and the commercial centre. It has a population of about 80,000 people. Broad Street is the main street of Bridgetown and consists mainly of banks, department stores and duty free shops. Other streets in Bridgetown such as Swan Street, Roebuck Street and Tudor Street consist mainly of smaller shops and businesses, together with wayside vendors. The British influence is tangible in this thriving capital – visit the statue of Lord Nelson in the middle of Trafalgar square. Plenty of restaurants and music places brighten up the nightlife.
St. Lawrence Gap
This is a 1.3 km stretch of road, much of which is pedestrianised, in the parish of ChristChurch. It is famous for its fine restaurants, lively nightlife and good shopping. 'The Gap', as it is commonly known, is a place where various cultures meet and merge ... it is an experience that should not be missed!
One should definitely experience the most exciting of all cavern environments - bubbling streams, thundering waterfalls, tumbling cascades and deep pools! A visit to Harrison’s Cave is a must.
Oistins in ChristChurch is a large fishing community with a modern fish market. Fridays and Saturdays here are genuine fish festivals, a favourite of locals and tourists alike. Buy fresh-grilled fish at a low price from one of many street grills and mobile kitchens. Spirits are high – don't miss it!