Arcadia is a beautifully restored beachfront home ideal for families or groups of up to six looking for privacy and coastal convenience. Located just steps away from Worthing Beach on the South Coast of the island this stunning three bedroom villa offers beach front bliss just minutes away from shopping, restaurants and the popular St. Lawrence Gap.
Arcadia has been recently renovated with upgraded kitchen and bathrooms and has a very Mediterranean vibe. The spacious living room is air conditioned but the covered patio is where the real action is with cool clay tiles, bar area, casual seating and dining table for eight that opens out onto a fabulous beachfront pavilion offering up spectacular views of the white sandy beach and sparkling blue waters; the perfect spot for sundowners and casual evening barbecuing with the family.
Bedrooms are bright and airy with air conditioning, chic decor and modern en suite bathrooms. The master bedroom has two queen beds and the guest bedrooms have two twins and a king size bed alike providing ample space for larger families. The bay is very calm most of the year and provides excellent snorkeling; keep on the lookout for visiting turtles popping their head above the gentle waves. Guests can sun bathe overlooking the ocean from the pavilion or lounge under the mature almond tree in the shade.
Shopping, restaurants and nightclubs are all within walking distance and Oistins, the home of the 'Friday Night Fish Fry', is a short 20 minute drive and the capital, Bridgetown only ten minutes north.
This is a perfect getaway for families looking for a relaxed luxury getaway all within close proximity to the pulsating energy of the many South Coast hot spots.
|Category||Date Range||Rate||Min stay|
|Low||Apr 15 2021 to Dec 14 2021||$450 per Night||5 Nights|
|High||Dec 15 2021 to Dec 19 2021||$600 per Night||5 Nights|
|Christmas | New Year's||Dec 20 2021 to Jan 10 2022||$850 per Night||10 Nights|
|High||Jan 11 2022 to Apr 14 2022||$600 per Night||5 Nights|
|Low||Apr 15 2022 to Dec 14 2022||$450 per Night||5 Nights|
|High||Dec 15 2022 to Dec 19 2022||$600 per Night||5 Nights|
|Christmas | New Year's||Dec 20 2022 to Jan 10 2023||$850 per Night||10 Nights|
|Sharerd Economy Levy||10.00%|
|Check-in time:||15:00||Check-out time:||12:00|
Industry Association Recommended Cleaning Practice: SafeHome
|Suite 1 | Master||2 Queen||2 Guests|
|Suite 2||1 King||2 Guests|
|Suite 3||2 Single||2 Guests|
|Bathroom 2||Toilet, Shower|
|Bathroom 3||Toilet, Shower|
|Bathroom 4 | Half||Toilet|
|Bathroom 1 | Master||Toilet, Shower|
Worthing Beach, Barbados
Barbados is a beautiful island on the eastern tip of the Caribbean. Its most famous asset is, of course, its white-sand beaches and azure sea, both of which combine to produce some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. Those looking to simply relax by the beach tend to prefer the Caribbean side, which is located in the south and west of the island and offers calm, warm, light-blue water. Those looking to surf or windsurfing, though, will prefer the waves of the Atlantic waters on the east side.
Nightlife and dancing lovers, meanwhile, would be wise to stay near all the action on the St Lawrence Gap, which offers a wide variety of local performances such as the famously colourful Tuk band, known to wow audiences with their skills on the bass drum, kettle drum, and penny whistle. Our wide selection of Barbados luxury vacation rentals may help make your stay complete, but, no matter where you stay, you will enjoy access to pristine beach fronts, world-class golf courses, duty-free shopping, and a wide range of entertainment options.
Barbados boasts an exquisite selection of restaurants offering a wide array of culinary specialties. Ranging from delicious local dishes to international cuisine prepared by some of Europe and the Caribbean’s top chefs, Barbados dining choices are seemingly endless.
The West Coast is home to many of the island's most popular dining spots, including five-star restaurants, quaint local eateries and specialty restaurants offering an assortment of cosmopolitan flavours, including Asian, Indian, Italian and French-inspired menus. In recent years the South Coast has also seen a boom in fine dining facilities, and you can find many local favourites nestled among the hotels and entertainment venues.
During the day most establishments accept casual attire, however visitors should keep in mind that Barbados is a conservative island and appropriate cover-ups and shoes are required, even at the beach bars. In the evening, a more formal dress code is expected, however a dinner jacket is not required.
While most restaurants accept walk-in guests, it is recommended that reservations be made, especially during the winter season and on weekends when business is heaviest. Not all establishments open for both lunch and dinner so it is best to check with concierge to ensure your dining preferences can be accommodated.
A nominal gratuity is often included in the bill, especially for larger parties; however it is at the discretion of the guest to increase or decrease the amount as they deem appropriate.
Royal Westmoreland Golf Course
Royal Westmoreland features a world-class 6,870-yard 18-hole championship course with spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea, well-maintained greens and beautiful tropical surrounding. The par-72 course offers a challenging set-up, with the par threes renowned as some of the best in the world. The course is studded with bunkers, some taking advantage of the natural environment, including a coral stone quarry between the 5th and 6th hole and a ravine bordering a tight green at the 12th hole. Each hole is designed to accommodate a range of player expertise.
Sandy Lane Golf Club
With spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea, verdant greens and vivid tropical blooms and lush gullies lining the fairways, Sandy Lane Golf Club is renowned as one of the most stunning courses in the Caribbean. Part of the 5-star Sandy Lane Resort, the Country Club strives to provide players with a golfing experience like none other. The first course designed outside the United States by distinguished course architect Tom Fazio, the Country Club features open fairways, angled slopes and five lakes. With five par threes, eight par fours and five par five holes, the 7,060-yard course provides a challenging experience for professional and amateur golfers alike. In 2006 the Country Club hosted the World Golf Championships World Cup, a four-day tournament attended by international players and spectators alike.
One of the more active beaches on the West Coast, Brighton Beach is located near the island's capital city, Bridgetown. There is a popular local beach bar providing lunch and drink service, as well as beach chair and umbrella rentals. You will find a wide array of water sport options as well as the nearby Malibu Beach Club and Visitor Centre where you can tour the adjacent rum distillery.
Located between Holders Hill and Sandy Lane, Paynes Bay features ample parking and easy access to the beach. The waters are generally calm, providing excellent swimming and snorkeling conditions.
One of the island’s most stunning stretches of white sand beach, Sandy Lane provides excellent swimming and snorkeling conditions. Located south of Holetown, public access is available at Paynes Bay. Guests of the Sandy Lane hotel have access to beach chairs and umbrellas while residents of the nearby Sandy Lane estate have access to private cabana facilities.
Located just south of the popular Mullins Beach, Gibbs Beach offers a tranquil setting with plenty of shaded areas and excellent swimming and snorkeling conditions. Water sport amenities are also available.
Featuring a picnic area and spacious parking facilities, Mullins Beach is a popular spot with both locals and visitors. There are beach chair and umbrella rentals as well as restaurant and bar service. The calm waters provide excellent snorkeling and swimming conditions and there are many water sport amenities available, including jet skis. Mullins is also an excellent spot to watch the sunset while enjoying a refreshing cocktail at the nearby restaurant and bar.
Jan 8, 2018
The villa was lovely and equipped with everything you could want, and the beachfront location was perfect. We were within walking distance to groceries, retail and great restaurants. The water was crystal clear and it was that perfect Caribbean light blue. There were lots of turtles in the water and we saw them each day when we snorkeled. We had rented a standup paddle board but the current was too strong and the water too wavy to use it so I would advise future guests not to bother. Also at night the bugs are quite bad so bring insect repellant because its really nice to be able to have dinner and drinks out in the cabana. The local property manager Fiona and the housekeeper Wendy are very nice.
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