Located on 50 acres of gently sloping land and with spectacular sea views, the prestigious and sought after development of Sugar Hill is within a 5 minutes drive of superb beaches and the shops & restaurants of Holetown. No 6 Tamirind Row is situated close to the four flood-lit all weather tennis courts and a short stroll of the club house, 2000 sq ft swimming pool, restaurant, bar & gym and Sugar Hill membership is included. There are a number of beaches within a five minutes drive.
The villa is elegantly furnished living room opens on to a spacious terrace via French doors, with sitting and dining areas that allow guests to fully enjoy the amazing views and the stunning evening sunsets. The deck around the private plunge pool offers sun loungers as well as additional outdoor seating. All of the bedrooms are air-conditioned, tastefully furnished and feature stylish and well appointed en suite bathrooms. There are two bedrooms located on the upper level of the villa, each with private balconies overlooking the pool deck. The third bedroom is located on the ground floor.
With a reputation as a winter getaway for the rich and famous, Barbados is a coral island with wonderful white-sand beaches and, arguably, the most agreeable climate in the West Indies with an average annual temperature of 29°C. The old British charm is still evident with pastel coloured plantation houses standing amid fields of sugar cane whilst cricketers in whites play beneath the palm trees.
A cosmopolitan, picturesque island of contrasts, Barbados is famous for the fabulous beaches and calm turquoise waters of the West Coast, but a 30 minute drive across the island to the ruggedly beautiful East coast is a must. Part of the island charm is the way luxury hotels, villas and restaurants mingle with colourful ‘chattel’ houses where local families still live and enjoy a leisurely pace of life. There is no need to hurry in Barbados; leave behind the rat race; take things easy; unwind; play some tennis, have a round of golf or simply enjoy lazing on the beach with the occasional cooling dip in the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean sea.
Dining is a delight, with fish being one of the staple island foods, the famous flying fish, seasoned Bajan-style, is a must, as well as Snapper, Grouper and Kingfish. The west coast is renowned for its first class restaurants dotted along the West Coast including The Cliff, Lone Star and Tides which invariably include local as well as international cuisine. Luxury hotels range in style from traditional colonial to international glamour, similarly the staffed villas available to rent range from beachfront hideaways to superstar mansions.
Something Barbados is very good at is celebrating and there are various festivals throughout the year that give visitors to the island the chance to experience celebrations in a truely West Indian style.