|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
Seashell Beach House - Listed top in Barbados and No. 5 in the Caribbean by "The London Times Best Caribbean Beach Villas: 16-November-2013"
Sea Shell is a beautiful 3-bedroom beach house located in Mullins, St. Peter. With over 200m of beach frontage, this distinctive property is surrounded by 2¼ acres of lush green gardens. Tall hanging trees adorn the well-manicured greenery offering the perfect shade from the warm Caribbean sun. A river, beautifully accentuated by two charming bridges, and teeming with tropical fish, flows through these picturesque grounds.
An open plan design, complemented by sleek, sliding doors, allows a cool, airy breeze to permeate this stylish Caribbean home. Each bedroom is fully equipped with air conditioning units and fans to provide an even cooler environment, if you desire. Downstairs, discover the first bedroom, then journey upstairs to uncover the second bedroom and the master. The master bedroom features a king-sized bed while the additional bedrooms feature twin beds that can be converted to make a king sized bed. All bedrooms feature en suite bathrooms.
Sea Shell is stylishly decorated with modern furnishings and neutral colors. A spacious gazebo with comfortable chairs provides the ideal spot for enjoying panoramic ocean views while a large patio ornamented with lounge chairs and umbrellas offers the perfect sunbathing locale. This area, which comfortably seats six persons, is also ideal for outdoor dining.
When the temptation of the crystalline blue waters proves too great, follow the short footpath from the house to the white sands of the island's West Coast and dip your feet into the cool, idyllic waters.
Sea Shell offers unique, stylish comfort; come experience it today.
Good to Know: Located in Barbados, Blue Sky Luxury is the local owner representative for this property.
The glorious, natural surroundings of Seashell have hypnotized us to a level of relaxation we have never experienced before!
This property lies just south of Mullins Bay and the popular Mullins Beach Bar. Speightstown, the island’s second largest town, is a very short drive (about 5 minutes). Once known as Little Bristol because of connections to Bristol on the West Coast of England, Speightstown still has a feel of old time Barbados about it. There is a small fish market on the seafront, fruit and vegetable sellers known as ‘hucksters����� on the road side, a couple of local restaurants and bars and a smattering of shops, plus a reasonably well stocked supermarket.
The closest and recommended restaurants to the north are Mullins Beach Bar, The Terrace at Cobblers Cove hotel, Juma and Orange Street Grocery in Speightstown itself and The Fish Pot at Little Good Harbor. To the south try the Lone Star and any Holetown restaurants.