|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
This private, open plan, spacious villa, with air-conditioning to all bedrooms, is located on the prestigious west coast of the Island in beautiful Paynes Bay. Situated within a private residential setting with veranda overlooking a lush flowering front lawn and access to the rear providing a private lush flowered lawned garden, with seating for outside dining and relaxation. The elevated landscape affords views of the breathtaking Caribbean sea to the west of the property and its location provides an easy 2 minute access to beautiful white sandy beaches. There you will find a truly stunning turquoise sea where you can engage in water-sports, swim with turtles or simply sunbathe. There is horse riding and other activities such as golf at the nearby famous Sandy Lane golf course. There are a plethera of excellent restaurants within easy walking distance or a 5 minute car or bus drive away to the next village of Holetown, which provides local banks, duty free shopping and local nightlife.
Bubbly professional interested in drama, music and a thearapist by profession. "I love to be in the sun, but then who dosen't?"
Marcia Hinds purchased this villa in 1993
thought I should let you know we had an amazing time, the house/facilities were excellent the neighbours were lovely, as was the beach the food everything was perfect, we would certainly recommend and consider staying again
Lisa, Feb 2012
Had a fantastic time in Barbados. The accommodation was ideal for me and my two children. The neighbours were all very friendly.The local transportation (buses) were regular and an experience I will not forget too quickly. It is easy to get to Bridgetown and other places on the island. I must say the beach was perfect. Went snorkeling at the shipwreck and swam with the turtles. I would recommend this property to friends and family and would stay there again.
Marilyn, August 2012
My husband and two young daughters (1.5 years and 3 years) stayed at the villa for a month. It was great and we truly enjoyed getting to know Marcia's extended family, Jenny became a surrogate grandmother to our daughters. Paynes Bay beach is about a 10 minute walk - and it's a wonderful place to swim with Hawsbill turtles.
The villa is spacious and well-appointed with air-con in each of the bedrooms. We enjoyed mangos from the tree and watching the monkeys in the mango tree.
As we have young children we cooked every day - the kitchen is reasonably well appointed, and did the job. We enjoyed lunches and dinners on the shady veranda. The internet was also very fast, which was great.
Highly recommend the Thurs-Sat evening fish fry just down the road. Great value, but more importantly excellent food.
A wonderful holiday and we hope to visit again.
Spacious house, in a quiet lane 5 minutes walk to Paynes Bay, which has a beautiful sandy beach and calm turquoise sea.
Made to feel very welcome by Marcia's extended family who live close by. Spacious house, well furnished and equipped, spotlessly clean. Particularly enjoyed getting up early for a walk and a swim and then having a leisurely breakfast on the shady veranda and taking a picnic back to the beach. There are lots of excellent bars and restaurants nearby. Neighbours are very friendly, chickens, monkeys and humming birds like to visit the lovely garden.
Stayed with my husband and 3 teenage daughters, who are very hard to please. We had a wonderful holiday and were all sad to go home.
Special interest holidays:
There are several local art galleries nearby. We are also proud to announce the forth coming exhibition of art by local award winning artist Kia Redman who will be displaying her work within the villa for your viewing pleasure or purchase. Dates for exhibition to be confirmed.
The villa is just a 2 minute walk down to the beautiful and breathtaking Paynes Bay beach, situated on the west coast of the Island and known as the "platinum coast" of Barbados, renowned for it's soft, white sandy beaches, turquoise sea and shady palm trees. Ideal for all water sports, sunbathing, swimming and even horse riding!
It is recommended that you take a walk along the coast where you will be enchanted by calm waters, magical flying fish and other nearby beaches such as Sandy Lane.
The Airport on the Island is Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI) at approx 15 Kilometres from the villa and about a 40 minutes drive.
The capital Bridgetown is about a 20 minute drive away in the parish of St Michael.
A car is recommended for your sightseeing pleasure around the island, but not essential as there are frequent local buses and a bus stop at the end of the road.
Car Hire is available and can be arranged prior your arrival.
Just a 2 minute walk to the end of the road will find you on the beautiful and breathtaking Paynes Bay beach, known as the "gold coast" of Barbados, for its golden, soft sandy beaches, turquoise sea and shady palm trees. Ideal for all water sports, or for sunbathing, swimming and the odd rum punch or two while you chill out, unwind and admire the views. You can even buy delicious local fish, to take back to the villa, if all that sun, sea and sand has whipped up your appetite!
There is a 24 hour gas station just a 10 minute walk away that has a well stocked mini mart for your convenience. Local supermarkets are a 5 minute drive away in both directions. Too relaxed to cook? No problem the villa is set in an ideal location for local cuisine, with beach bars and restaurants within walking distance.The local buses in Barbados are frequent and there is a bus stop at the end of the road. Truly recommended is a trip on one of the "reggae buses" colourful vibrant and sure to put you in a rhythmic mood! The next town of Holetown is a short bus ride away, providing a post office, local banks and a new retail shopping mall providing duty free shopping, plus excellent bars and restaurants. Fancy a bit of golf or tennis? The villa is situated just 400 yards away from the famous Sandy Lane golf course and 10 minutes drive away from Royal Westmoreland Golf Course and Tennis facilities at the Sugar Hill resort.
Not to be missed is a trip to Bridgetown the Island capital, the island safari tour, Harrisons cave, the islands natural wonder and the many flower gardens.
Also recommended is a sample of the Islands favourite tipples, Banks beer or mount Gay rum, preferably in a local rum shop for added Bajan authenticity.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Aug 2 2017 - Aug 15 2017
2 night minimum stay
Dec 20 2017 - Jan 2 2018
3 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable damage deposit||$191.75|
A non refundable 25% Deposit is required to secure your booking. The balance is required 8 weeks before your date of arrival.
In the event of a last minute booking the full amount will be required. Please call or email if your circumstances fall outside the above critera.
Please note quoted prices are based on the number of guest stated on your original enquiry. Charges will be incurred for additional guest thereafter.
Check out time is 12 noon. There is a charge for late check out.
Early arrivals and Late checkouts can only be agreed in advanced and are not gaurenteed. We do however try our best to accomodate guests wherever possible.
Notes on prices:
Please note there is a £150 holding deposit required, which is returned to guests on their departure and on inspection of the property.
For long term rentals please call or email owner.