Rental basis: Entire house or apartment
Number of bedrooms: 4; Number of other rooms with beds: 0
Tara is a newly built, tastefully furnished four bedroom, five bathroom villa located in Sunset Crest, a charming community next to Sandy Lane and close to the beach on the famous West Coast of Barbados.
French doors open up to a lovely covered patio, perfect for relaxing during the day or enjoying a cocktail at sunset, and out to the sundeck, plunge pool and a gazebo offering outdoor dining. If you're looking physically extend yourself more, check out the communal swimming pool & tennis courts at Sunset Crest that guests are welcome to use.
Tara is not only well furnished but is also well equipped with wireless internet, iPod dock, television’s in three of the bedrooms; and of course, the television room, located just off of the fourth bedroom. So whether you are an active person or someone that loves to lounge and relax, Tara offers something for everyone. You will find the Master bedroom and one Queen bedroom on the first floor, whilst the other Queen bedroom and a Twin bedroom are located on the ground level.
The villa is just a short walk away from the beautiful white sandy beaches of the West Coast, the supermarket, shopping mall and The Beach House Restaurant & Bar with its 50 foot swimming pool which is available for use by up to eight guests staying at Tara.
What we love about it
If you and your guests are keen to make more of a splash, you’ll be excited to know that you can use the Sunset Crest facilities as a membership is included when renting this villa
This is a great choice for a family holiday, as two bedrooms are on the ground floor
The Maid and Cook are on hand to help guests have an unforgettable stay
What you should know
The Staff provided and their hours of service may vary. This will be confirmed closer to the time of arrival
Formerly an important port, nicknamed ‘Little Bristol’ in reference to its trade links to that British city, Speightstown has an authentic edge which sets it apart. It hasn’t been overly developed for tourism, aside from a recent marina development, and this is perhaps what gives it its charm. While it’s no longer a seafaring hub, it’s still busy and enjoyably historic. A museum and gallery of Caribbean Art are among the attractions worth seeking out.
Just north of the town, the Six Men’s Fish Market offers a taste of this still-important Barbadian trade. On Friday and Saturday nights, there’s a fish fry with drinks and side dishes, where you can the fresh catch under the night sky, often with live entertainment. It is also a popular area for scuba diving – a 165ft-long wreck called the Pamir lies just off Six Men’s Bay, and is the impetus for many people to get down there and see it.
As you head south of Speightstown, you come to the glamorous area known as the ‘platinum coast’, where the rich and famous come to play. Even without the luxury stores and hotels it’s a good-looking place, with beautiful white sands and quiet coves lining the stretch around Holetown.
This is the place to be if you’re looking for upscale nightlife, much of it around Holetown’s First and Second Streets, where you’ll find cool hangouts like the Red Door Lounge. There are excellent beachfront restaurants and bars too, and a great atmosphere as you stroll along the boardwalk as the sun sets.
If you choose to head inland from Speightstown, you will be rewarded by the natural beauty of the Farley Hill National Park. Only eight minutes’ drive from town, it enjoys a fresh Atlantic breeze from the east, and views of the coast too – a fine place for a picnic or to enjoy some live entertainment, as it sometimes hosts events like the Barbados Reggae Festival.
Best Suited For: All Ages
This lovely family villa will ensure everyone has a great holiday, with its charming gardens, pool and terraces a great starting point. It’s equipped with all the tech you would want, from Tv and Dvd to Wi-fi and, of course, it’s moments from the beach. There’s plenty more to experience when you head out too.
Barbados Wildlife Reserve is less than a 15-minute drive away and is located within the St. Peter area. Walk around four acres of forest to see a variety of animals living in their natural habitats. You can even watch monkeys being fed at specific times of the day! Other animals you’ll come across include iguanas, tortoises, parrots and peacocks.
In nearby Holetown, you can shop and dine at Limegrove and the colourful Chattel Village, or maybe find a bargain at the street market stalls. There’s a multi-screen cinema at Limegrove too, a great place for a family night out.
Maid Service Available
Pre-arrival Groceries Available
Sunset Crest Property Owners Association (scpo) Membership Included
Terms & Conditions
Arrival time 4.00 pm
Smoking & Vaping is not permitted inside the property
Pets not allowed
Cot & High Chair available upon request
Pre-arrival Groceries are subject to a 15% Service Charge & Vat
It is recommended that all guests take out insurance to cover against potential cancellation and any accidental damage caused during your stay at the property
$1,000 Credit Card Charge Authorisation/security Deposit to be requested upon arrival. Applicable refunds will be credited 14 days after departure.
Rental Basis: Entire house or apartment
No air-conditioning, No heating, No internet, No parking, No swimming pool, No washing machine,
Living room, Laundry, Dining room,
Wheelchair Access: No
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Non Refundable: This is the strictest clause. As soon the booking is confirmed & payment is accepted, booking becomes non-refundable. Zero amount will be refunded to the customer if she or he cancels the booking.
Loud Music not allowed. Pets not allowed. Smoking inside Property not allowed.