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Destination guide

Find Holetown villa rentals

Laid-back Holetown is a Caribbean paradise for Barbados villas to rent. It’s home to many remnants of the British past, including the Holetown Monument of 1625. You’ll find an array of beach amusements as well, such as a boardwalk with surf shops and eateries near the pristine Holetown Beach. There’s no shortage of nightlife in Holetown, especially on weekends, and you can find everything from karaoke bars to dance clubs. The restaurants are excellent as well, offering global cuisine in charming environments with beach views. No matter what you’re looking to experience in Barbados, you’ll find it with villa rentals in Holetown.

Things to do

Sip on single-cask rum in Holetown

One of the Caribbean's oldest plantation estates, St Nicholas Abbey is a signature stop on any Barbados itinerary. You can peer into the Jacobean-style Great House, stroll around the gardens and visit the traditional distillery. The estate makes single-cask rum from its own sugarcane plantations, so why not pick up a bottle and enjoy handcrafted cocktails on the deck of your Holetown vacation rental villa? For a glimpse at the island's colonial past, visit St. James Parish Church. The pretty church stands on land known as "God's Acre" and is one of the island's oldest places of worship.


Hit Holetown's Platinum Coast

Holetown sits on the Platinum Coast, a stunning stretch of Barbados that lives up to its evocative name, with shimmering white sand and sparkling water. An abundance of luxury Holetown vacation rentals make it a favorite with sun-seeking vacationers and celebrities alike. As well as savoring the sunshine, you'll also find incredible snorkeling just offshore. Wash down a day on the beach with craft cocktails at iconic Holetown resorts such as the Colony Club and Sandy Lane. Venture inland and you'll find gems like Harrison's Cave, a subterranean wonderland filled with crystal-clear pools and sparkling stalactites.


Catch the colorful Holetown Festival

Thanks to a sultry Caribbean climate, Holetown enjoys warm weather throughout the year. Expect temperatures that hover around the 70s and 80s. Crowds peak over the winter, when Barbados attracts snowbirds and sun seekers. Visit in February and you could catch events like Holetown Festival, a colorful celebration of food, music and island culture. While July to November is technically Caribbean hurricane season, wild weather rarely hits Barbados. In fact, the island is in full swing party mode, thanks to the annual Crop Over harvest festival. Gear up for glamorous costumes, sizzling street food and live Calypso music.

Natural features

Caught up in Holetown's Caribbean fantasy

For most people, Barbados conjures up visions of white sand, translucent water and tropical palms. Holetown ticks all the boxes, with a string of ravishing local beaches to explore. To the south is Paynes Bay, a gorgeous stretch of sand with calm water that's ideal for swimming and snorkeling. Mount Standfast Beach is another Barbados gem, known for the hawksbill turtles that flock to feed on the seagrasses just offshore.

How to get there

Traveling to and around Holetown

Fly into Bridgetown (BGI-Grantley Adams Intl.), the closest airport, located 12.4 mi (19.9 km) from the city center.

How many vacation rentals are available around Holetown?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 2,755 vacation rentals around Holetown. From 1,050 villa rentals to 1,819 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.