Beija Flor, Luxury villa, St James Barbados

From $301 / night



Description from the owner

  • Villa
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 4

Sleeps: 6

Type: Villa

Beija Flor, Luxury villa, St James Barbados

Beija Flor villa is a newly built elegant 3 bedroom luxury house, boasting lush gardens with large private pool and covered terrace for alfresco dining. If you ever wanted to stay in luxury accomodation with all the creature comforts of home at an affordable price then look no further. Beija Flor is situated on the outskirts of Holetown, in the popular parish of St. James. It is 10 minutes walk to Heron Bay beach with white sand surrounded by the beautiful calm Caribbean Sea. It is walking distance to all local amenities, including water sports, golf, tennis, shops and an abundance of excellent restaurants.

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About the owner

Sharon Mitchell

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  • Overall rating
    4.8 / 5.0 based on 16 reviews

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Beija Flor, Luxury villa, St James Barbados
Holetown, Saint James, Barbados

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The climate in Barbados is considered to be sub-tropical and temperatures for most of the year typically range between 80-86 degrees Fahrenheit (27-30 degrees Celsius).

The beaches on the west coast of Barbados are known for calm, clear water and excellent swimming and snorkelling. The west coast gently nudges the tranquil Caribbean Sea in all its turquoise glory, with soft white sandy beaches.

This coast is perfect and is known as the platinum coast. Famous for its tranquil clear waters, the west coast of Barbados is ideal for water sports; from cruising on a catamaran to jet skiing; water sports operators are never difficult to find. Many of the popular scuba diving areas are located here as well.

In addition there is horse riding, tennis, numerous top class golf courses, Royal Westmoreland and Sandy Lane being the most popular, favoured by the rich and famous all close by. Eating out is a must with so many excellent restaurants to choose from.

This stretch of paradise generally offers the type of anonymity celebrities are hard-pressed to find elsewhere and therefore, Barbados has become a popular escape for some very well known names. It is the location for many of the most exclusive hotels on the island; you will find plenty of bars and restaurants along the beach. Although many of the west coast beaches are hidden from the road by beachfront properties and hotels, don't be discouraged, there are numerous public right of ways so find a path to the sand and enjoy the beautiful beaches!

A car is not essential as there is a very reliable bus service from the end of the road which will take you to the capital of Barbados Bridgetown. Taxis are also readily available. However, the convenience of a car means that you can explore the island at your leisure and there are some fantastic sights to see and many beautiful beaches just waiting to be explored.

The Holetown area
The population is roughly 270,000 and the capital city is Bridgetown located on the southwest coast. Here you will find plenty to do from shopping, sightseeing, horse racing to historic churches and museums.

Barbados is a very safe island for tourists with crime rates being the lowest in the Caribbean region; however you still need to exercise the same caution as you would at home by not leaving valuables on display and not walking around unlit roads at night.

The Island is blessed with a wonderful combination of weather attributes, bright sunshine and cooling breezes virtually all year round. The moderately high daytime temperatures are balanced by refreshing, cooler nights thanks to the trade winds coming in off the Atlantic.

The rainy season in Barbados is from June to November. The good news is that Barbados usually escapes the wrath of the severe tropical storms and hurricanes which come through the Eastern Caribbean. Rather, due to the island's unique easterly location, major weather systems tend to move above or below Barbados. The water in Barbados is safe to drink as it is filtered naturally through the coral limestone rock.

Swimming in Barbados is safe on the west and south coasts as it surrounded by the Caribbean Sea, but you need to exercise caution as you venture up the south east to east and north coasts, as this side is the Atlantic Ocean which is much rougher. Water sports such as Kite boarding, wind surfing and surfing are popular in Barbados as the waves on the south coast are excellent for wind and kite surfing.

Taxis are readily available from Grantley Adams airport
The distance from the airport (as the crow flies) is 23km/14m.
Http://www.barbados.org/map_print.htm? Map=Holetown
Detailed directions and a link to google maps showing the journey from the airport to the property are available on request.

Activities near Holetown
Sports:
Tennis in town
Watersports
Horse Riding
Golf less than 15 mins walkGreat for:
Beach or lakeside relaxation
A winter sun break

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