3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, Sleeps 6
Barbados Sotheby's International Realty® opened its doors as a boutique estate agency in 2004. Catering to the high end clientele of the island’s West Coast, we developed a personalised approach to real estate. Focusing heavily on delivering the highest level of service, we spend a significant amount of time listening to our clients so we can understand their requirements and respond with a range of options we feel best represents their preferences in terms of size, location, budget and lifestyle. Our ultimate goal is our client’s happiness, and based on this committed approach we have built an established clientele of both local and overseas buyers whilst securing a solid and respected position as experts in the Barbados real estate market. In 2006, our extensive knowledge of the local luxury market led to our association with the Sotheby’s International Realty® worldwide network. Associates are chosen for their exceptional real estate services and expertise at the highest end of the property market, and we value this highly visible relationship. We see in every client interaction the opportunity to extend the centuries-old Sotheby's reputation for distinctive properties, prestigious heritage and, above all, the highest level of service.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Paradise Villa is a beautiful golf retreat located within the exclusive Royal Westmoreland Golf Resort, providing amenities including clubhouse with swimming pool, gym and spa facilities as well as tennis, golf and beach club.
National Trust Open Houses:
Each year the Barbados National Trust presents an Open House Programme featuring some of the island’s most historic and beautiful private homes. Spanning a rich architectural history dating to the 16th Century, these homes provide an exciting glimpse of the island’s days gone by. The great houses, plantation homes and unique chattel houses feature a stunning range of design elements including ornate wooden trim, expansive verandahs and porticoes and lushly landscaped gardens. Many homes also feature an array of historical artifacts, such as carriages and buggies, mahogany furniture, decorative ornaments and other unique collections. Visitors are welcomed to tour the homes and gardens and enjoy the accompanying garden party where fresh juice, rum punch and snacks are served.
Gardens, Wildlife Reserves & Natural Attractions:
Nestled amongst the island’s property estates and amenities, visitors will discover one of the greatest charms of Barbados - a wide array of natural attractions waiting to be explored. Welchman Hall Gully is home to indigenous flora and fauna including nutmeg, bamboo, clove, palms and other exotic plants, the island’s tropical gullies and forests are also home to a wide variety of birds, animals and the popular if mischievous Barbados Green Monkey. Harrison's Cave provides guided tours through crystallized limestone caverns filled with flowing streams, deep pools of crystal clear water and towering columns of stalactites and stalagmites.
Barbados also features several extraordinary public gardens featuring orchids, hibiscus, bougainvillea, palms and ferns. These gardens are maintained by the Barbados National Trust and are open year-round to visitors for a nominal fee. Not to be missed is the stunning Hunte's Gardens, privately maintained but open to the public, where visitors can enjoy rum punch or afternoon tea and peruse the small gift shop for locally made arts and crafts.
The Barbados Wildlie Reserve and Graeme Hall Park feature several indigenous species to the Caribbean including mammals, birds, reptiles and fish. These sanctuaries not only provide refuge for its wild inhabitants but also for visitors looking for a peaceful tropical escape. Explored via walkways, the parks feature strategic points of interest and educational references.