Sungold House, Heywoods, St. Peter-1 bedroom apt

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  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2
  • Apartment

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: Apt. / Condo

Sungold House, Heywoods, St. Peter-1 bedroom apt

Ginger Lilly #1 is a spacious one bedroom/one bathroom apartment on the ground level. It is fully self contained and offers very comfortable accommodation for up to two persons. Children are welcome. With walk-on access to the plunge pool and pool deck area, Ginger Lilly is a popular unit for those planning celebrations.

The bedroom offers twin beds which can be made into seamless king-size beds as required, and are air-conditioned. Built-in wardrobes, bedside tables with lamps and an electronic safe are included. The bathroom features a walk-in shower unit.

Ceiling fans keep the spacious living areas cool, and the fully fitted kitchen includes ...Read more

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Sungold House, Heywoods, St. Peter-1 bedroom apt
Exchange, West Virginia

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We are located in the north-western parish of St.Peter, near to the town of Speightstown, and the wide, quiet Heywoods Beach.

The area of Speightstown was the first major port and commercial centre of Barbados. The city is named after William Speight, a member of Barbados' first Assembly during the colonial years, and the former owner of the land on which the city arose. It has a long and colorful history reaching back to the 17th century when it served as one of the main ports connecting the island with the “mother country,” England. Back then Speightstown was sometimes called “Little Bristol” because of these trading connections with Bristol in England.

Many historic buildings dating from colonial times, including Arlington House, still remain standing in the town and can be seen mostly along Queen Street, Church Street and Orange Street. Speightstown saw a lot of activity during the reign of the sugar industry and the day of the slave trade. Many slaves would have passed through this town, even if they were to be shipped on further to other islands or America.

Today Speightstown is busiest on weekends when locals and visitors come out to do their shopping and banking. Many stalls can be found along the streets hawking local and imported fruits and ground provisions. Port St. Charles is open for those who wish to enter the island by yacht. Speightstown hosts The Gallery of Caribbean Art, which showcases local and Caribbean artists.

At Heywoods Beach, you will find a large open area ideal for swimming, and smaller rock-enclosed pools that are perfect for children to wade in. As with most beaches along the west coast, the waters here are very calm. The shallow reefs are good for snorkeling, and other watersports are available nearby.

Nearby Attractions include the Farley Hill which is a ruin of a Georgian mansion which was built by Sir Graham Briggs. In 1957 it was used as Belfontaine Mansion in the famous film Island in the Sun. Situated high up on a hill overlooking Barbados' rugged Atlantic coast, Farley Hill is a picnic area, wedding venue, and vista point, featuring views of the east coast of Barbados. The forest of mahogany trees is transformed into the stage for musical and theatrical events several times a year, including the Barbados Jazz Festival and Gospelfest, among others.

Barbados Wildlife Reserve: The reserve is situated in a lush mahogany wood, across the road from Farley Hill National Park, and is primarily a monkey sanctuary for the Barbados Green Monkey. The monkeys and most of the other animals are free to roam.

St. Nicholas Abbey: St Nicholas Abbey is one of the more famous landmarks on Barbados. It is one of only three genuine Jacobean mansions in the Western Hemisphere. It is similar to the English Jacobean manor houses of the first half of the seventeenth century, the period between the Tudor and Georgian styles, beginning in the reign of James I.

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation, Warm winter getaways

Getting There

Nearest airport: Grantley Adams International Airport, 15 miles
Car is not necessary



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