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Barbados

Barbados has long been one of the most popular of all Caribbean destinations for the British traveller and from the moment you arrive, it’s clear to see why. The famed west coast beaches, the rugged eastern shoreline, numerous points of interest and an array of top restaurants are all complemented by the genuine warmth and friendliness of the Bajan citizens.

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Sugar Cane Club, Barbados
The Sugar Cane Club is a delightful, small, family-run boutique hotel set on a hilltop overlooking the west coast of Barbados. Each of the 43 one-bedroom suites has a living area with sofa and a kitchen equipped with an oven, hob, microwave and fridge. Most of the suites are situated on the ground f...    read more
The Sandpiper, Barbados
The sister property to the much bigger Coral Reef Club, the Sandpiper lies situated in tropical gardens on the west coast of Barbados, where the Caribbean laps along the hotel's white sandy beach. A member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, the hotel is a luxurious, low-key hideaway in compari...    read more
Cobblers Cove

Located on the north-west coast on one of Barbados' quietest beaches, Cobblers Cove combines the quaint elegance of an English country house with lush tropical beauty, turquoise waters and local island charm. This property, which is one of only five hotels and restaurants within the Caribbean to ...    read more

Coral Reef Club, Barbados

Located on the west coast of Barbados, amid 5 hectares of tropical landscaped gardens, Coral Reef Club is a quiet and secluded family-owned resort with a traditional west Indian charm. Dotted among the gardens are 88 tastefully decorated rooms, suites and cottages, each with individually designed...    read more

Into the night

Into the night

A highlight of any trip to Barbados is a Friday or Saturday night visit to the fishing community of Oistins, where the Fish-Fry offers a chance to enjoy the very best in local produce. Holetown, on the west coast, is a lively spot at night whilst for another great dining experience. ‘The Fish Pot’ not only serves delicious food but also has a fabulous setting overlooking the ocean from within a converted fort.
Explore Barbados

Explore Barbados

One of the Caribbean’s natural wonders, Harrison’s Cave is a crystallised limestone cavern, its flowing streams adorned with stalactites and stalagmites. The Barbados Green Monkey is one of numerous exotic animals on show at the Wildlife Reserve whilst the capital of Bridgetown houses many historic buildings and colourful boutiques. In stark contrast to the west, a drive along the rugged East Coast takes you above the crashing waves of the Atlantic.
Relax in Barbados

Relax in Barbados

The warm Bajan hospitality immediately puts visitors at ease and the famed west coast beaches are ideal for continuing with your chilling out. If you want to take to the waters, sit back aboard a catamaran cruise and get a completely different perspective of the island whilst for cricket fans, there’s bound to be a game on somewhere, whether at Bridgetown’s Kensington Oval or at a local village green.

SEASONAL EVENTS

‘Crop Over’, a five-week summer festival celebrating the end of the sugar season, with carnivals, shows and numerous other events culminating in the ‘Grand Kadooment’ on the first Monday in August.