Enjoy a memorable vacation with a group of friends or family at this 11-acre estate in Fustic Village. Dating back to 1740, but with modern renovations, this spacious estate offers views of the sea, making it one of our most unique villas in Barbados. Visitors from around the world flock to Barbados for its crystal clear waters, coral reefs and sunny climate.
This property boasts many amenities, including a lagoon-like swimming pool with a natural rock edge that’s treated with ionizer (reducing the need for chlorine). Go for a refreshing dip during the day or night, as it’s lit from below. Later, bask in the sun on a cushioned lounge chair on the patio, or indulge with a glass of wine in one of the multiple outdoor sitting areas. If you’d like to relax indoors, there’s a media room with a large flatscreen TV and a comfy sofa, while the games room offers a chance for table tennis or to try out some fitness equipment.
The home was re-designed in the ‘70s by English designer Oliver Messel, who excelled in seamlessly blending indoor and outdoor living spaces. The living room is done in natural tones of soft green, whites and browns and includes a plush sofa, armchairs and access to the terrace. There’s also a fully equipped kitchen, but let the on-site cook take care of preparing your meals.
Up to 14 guests can stay in this home’s seven bedrooms, each has air conditioning and a Bose sound system. There are two suites in the Great House, two in Messel Wing and the remaining rooms are located in the Plantation Wing and Pavilion. Perks for each room varies, but range from king size beds to water views and alfresco showers.
While staying here you’ll be a quick five-minute walk to the sandy beach of Little Good Harbour, and only a 10-minute drive to historical Speightstown, where you’ll find restaurants and shops.