Barbados 3 Bed Modern Townhouse with Pool & Extras

From $193 / night

Sugar Bay, Mullins, Barbados
Barbados 3 Bed Modern Townhouse with Pool & Extras
Townhouse
3 bedrooms
6 guests
6 night min

Overview Description

Overview

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Sleeps: 6
Type: Townhouse
Per night: £155 - £275
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Mullins vacation townhouse rental
Slip into the Bajan groove at One Battaleys Mews, a Colonial style townhouse with contemporary décor and high-tech comfort just two minutes walk from an archetypal white sandy Caribbean beach

Though within easy reach of the restaurants, shops and entertainment of the West Coast of the island, Battaleys Mews feels private and tranquil, tucked into a quiet neighbourhood in the parish of St. Peters. The houses are surrounded by exotic gardens filled with indigenous plants, and close by is one of the best beaches on Barbados, Mullins Beach.

The three-bedroom house is one of a handful of family-owned properties within the mews. The space has been refurbished, and a lot of effort was put into practical details, making sure the house has a 'home from home' feel. As well as a spacious fully equipped kitchen and living area furnished with modern sofas and a large dining table, the house has an outside seating area with rattan furniture and a spa pool. The main bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with a shower and tub. The second and third bedrooms share a shower bathroom. All bedrooms are light and airy, with air conditioning.

Island Villas - a small environmentally friendly company, based in Barbados - will look after you during your stay. Their local knowledge is invaluable, and they are always available to assist with any problem or inquiry, however small.

Barbados, a pocket-sized paradise approximately 21 by 14 miles, bursts with the charm and hospitality typical of many Caribbean islands, combined with an unmatched natural beauty. Underneath the old-world allure lies a modern infrastructure that includes internationally recognized restaurants, luxury retail brands, world-class banking facilities, high-speed internet, and global television. But it's the warmth and friendliness of the Barbadian people that lures visitors back to the island year after year.

Barbados is relatively flat, with a diverse countryside and stunning beaches. Coral stone cliffs of 50 to 100 feet rise and fall along the Eastern coastline, separated by small sandy beaches and bays. The South and West Coasts are characterized by wide sandy beaches and the calm, turquoise Caribbean waters. The interior of the island ranges from lush gullies to rolling hills to vast cane fields and plantations.

The climate is warm and sunny all year, with an average daytime temperature ranging from 75 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit (24 to 30 degrees Celsius).

Barbados is the most easterly of the Caribbean islands, spared by most weather systems. The local currency is the Barbadian Dollar, tied to the US Dollar at a fixed rate of approximately 2:1.

Daily flights arrive at Grantley Adams International Airport from North America, the Caribbean, UK and Europe:

UK: 8 hours
Miami: 3 1/2 hours
New York (JFK): 4 1/2 hours
Toronto: 5 hours
Frankfurt: 9 hours

Top 10 things to do in Barbados
There can be few more evocative images than the juxtaposition of lush green
gardens against resplendent ocean hues and if you're looking to sample the best
of them then head to Barbados, and you won't be disappointed.

This is a relatively small island, stretching for just over 20 miles in length,
however, size isn't everything and with some superb locations pitted against white
sand backdrops you'll discover endless ways to spend your time as the sun
continues to shine.

Whatever you're into sports, relaxation or nature, Barbados has got the lot and if
you're looking for a few more temptations to whet your whistle then check out
the top 10 things to do on many websites.

10. Andromeda Botanic Gardens

This beautiful six-acre strong tropical paradise found in St. Joseph's Parish
with some stunning views of the island's more wild and wooly east coast.
Originally the gardens were kept privately, however, they were opened to the public in the mid-fifties and now serve as a
a true example of Barbados's natural beauty with the likes of palms, orchids, cacti and plants commonly used in medicine all
on display within the garden's perimeters.
Note: If you're travelling with the kids then there are some great educational facilities as well as guided or self-guided tours.

9. Kensington Oval

Ah yes, cricket. Located just to the west of the island's capital city of Bridgetown, the Kensington Oval has been the
stomping ground of many of Barbados's sporting heroes and a visit here will allow you under the skin of a game that is
deep-rooted in the hearts and minds of the locals. Recently modernised to host international matches, including the
2007 World Cup Final, this is the home of West Indian cricket. Kensington Oval also boasts an iconic statue of the great Sir Gary Sobers.

8. Welchman Hall Gully

Calling all hikers - get your boots on because right here is where you start walking!
Welchman's is an exceptional environment that embodies the island's deep love and understanding of plant life, cultural heritage and natural history. The gully is intrinsically beautiful and fresh feeling managing to combine tropical wilderness with walking trails that make for a truly magical experience and a must for amateur botanists.

Located: Central Barbados in the St. Thomas' Parish.
7. Harrison's Cave

Dripping limestone and the cool, refreshing air of an underground cave is just what the doctor ordered on a hot day in Barbados and if you're into stalactites and stalagmites then welcome to paradise.Located in the parish of St. Thomas, in central Barbados, Harrison's Cave is very easy to reach, and if you're hoping to find out a little more about the early explorers then knowledgeable tour guides will be happy to enlighten you.

6. Dive to the SS Stavronikita

There are a fair few diving and snorkelling spots in Barbados however, once you've swum down to the depths of the SS Stavronikita you probably won't want to go anywhere else.

Situated in some 120 feet of water, just off the west coast, this Greek freighter is over 360 feet long and covered in coral and teeming with tropical fish. This is one of the island's most popular dive spots and perfect for underwater adventures and art exhibitors

5. Surfing the Soup Bowl

The east coast of Barbados is fast becoming a mecca for surfers and bodyboarders who are 'in the know' thanks to the sumptuous Soup Bowl swells and the fact that nobody else gives the east side the time of day. Yes, it's slightly more rugged but slightly less beautiful? No way, and if you're looking for a break from the luxury hotels and villas of the Platinum
Coast, then take a trip to the wild side for an altogether more natural trip.

Top Tip: Stay in the town of Bathsheba for a unique and honest to goodness Bajan experience.

4. Golfing in Paradise

If you're intent on either complementing or ruining your stay in Barbados then surely a round of golf is going to be just the answer. With an incredibly diverse blend of landscapes, ranging from limestone quarries and wooded ravines to manicured greens and white sand bunkers, thwacking a white ball into the wide blue yonder doesn't get any better than this.
If you're looking for exclusivity, then check out Apes Hill, Royal Westmoreland and Sandy Lane, which are all nothing short of exceptional.

3. Hunte's Gardens

This is one of the island's most verdant locations set amongst the central hills of St. Joseph and promises respite from the sun as well as some darn fine flower-dotted footpaths. One of the dreamiest places that you're ever likely to visit and a definite must for all lovers of nature and horticulture. Why not: combine a visit to the gardens with a trip to the
Platinum Coast as they're under 30 minutes' drive away.

2. Platinum Coast beaches
Named mainly due to the shimmering sand, however, in recent years, more indicative of the rich and famous mega-rich who
call it home, the Platinum Coast is Barbados's premier stretch of shoreline. Located to the west of the island, just to the
north of Holetown, this is an exquisitely beautiful area and well worth a visit even if you're only lingering to see if you can catch sight of a reclusive billionaire playboy or two.


1. Racing at Garrison Savannah

With a fantastic central location and providing a thoroughly worthwhile alternative to the beach, watching the horses at the Garrison Savannah is a great day out for all the family.

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Area Information
rolling hills and sandy bays - a pocket-sized paradise

Barbados, a pocket-sized paradise approximately 21 by 14 miles, bursts with the charm and hospitality typical of many Caribbean islands, combined with an unmatched natural beauty. Underneath the old-world allure lies a modern infrastructure that includes internationally recognized restaurants, luxury retail brands, world-class banking facilities, high-speed internet, and global television. But it's the warmth and friendliness of the Barbadian people that lures visitors back to the island year after year.

Barbados is relatively flat, with a diverse countryside and stunning beaches. Coral stone cliffs of 50 to 100 feet rise and fall along the Eastern coastline, separated by small sandy beaches and bays. The South and West Coasts are characterized by wide sandy beaches and the calm, turquoise Caribbean waters. The interior of the island ranges from lush gullies to rolling hills to vast cane fields and plantations.

The climate is warm and sunny all year, with an average daytime temperature ranging from 75 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit (24 to 30 degrees Celsius).

About the owner

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paul brewster

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  • About:

    This is a beautiful discrete family owned and run house.

    We are based in London & Brighton and can help you enjoy your stay and direct you towards our managing agents who will be able to assist with anything you may need

    Of the thirty houses on site , ours is one of two we own and there are only...
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Nov 15 2016 Dec 18 2017 £165 £165 - - 6 Nights
Jan 10 2017 Apr 30 2017 £160 £160 - - 6 Nights
May 01 2017 Nov 14 2017 £155 £155 - - 6 Nights
Dec 19 2017 Jan 09 2018 £275 £275 - - 6 Nights
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