This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Gregg Farm Travel Tips
Gregg Farm Vacation Rentals
Gregg Farm vacation rentals are located in Barbados in St. Andrew on the Atlantic side of the island. St. Andrew contains the country's highest point—Mount Hillaby, with an elevation of 336m. Barbados is a melting pot of peoples and cultures, which is reflected in the food served on the island. You can get just about any kind of food you want including Polynesian, French, Chinese, Italian, Japanese and Greek—and sometimes a mixture of all the above. Cooking is considered a fine art in Barbados, so you never know what soon-to-be-favorite dish you'll find.
Explore Ancient Architecture From Gregg Farm Vacation Rentals
When you stay at Gregg Farm resorts you are in for an amazing multitude of things to see—seacoast villages, old English churches, cotton plantations and one of the last working windmills in Barbados. In Farley Hill National Park you can view the ruins of the 19th century mansion used in the movie titled "Island in the Surf." Other examples of architecture on the island include St. Nicolas Abby in St. Peter and Drax Hall in St. George. Both were built in the 1650s.
Electric Tram Cave Tour
St. Andrew Barbados villas are perfect for people who love to spend most of their vacations on the beach. St. Andrew has many flat beaches that are ideal for beach combing, which is a favorite pastime of tourists enjoying the area. There are also many beautiful coral reefs and caves. Some of the caves are quite large and you can ride an electric tram to take a tour of the biggest limestone cave in St. Andrew.
Festivals in Barbados
For yacht owners, the Mount Gay Rum Boatyard Regatta is one of the most popular annual festivals in Barbados. Owners meet to compare, race and have a good time. The Crop Over Festival, something like a Caribbean Mardi Gras and cultural event combined, is held yearly, as are the Jazz Festival and the Oistins Fish Festival.