Villa Beach View

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Sleeps: 10 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 5


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Wow Factor
Modern Walk to Beach Laptop Friendly Workspace All Bedrooms En-Suite

Villa Beach View is located where the golden coast is home to platinum beach front properties in Holetown. Situated on the west side of the sunny isle of Barbados, set in the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea. Villa Beach View is an architect designed villa with five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms and can comfortably accommodate up to ten guests. This luxury villa is set in its own grounds, with a private pool and gardens, and immediate access to a sandy beach. This contemporary property is set over two floors, with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the pool and ocean. Decorated in cool black and deep grey tones, with primary colour as top notes. Complimentary Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, and modern ceiling fans are standard throughout. A skylight in the middle of the villa floods the house with a natural light.

Enter the villa on the ground floor where you will discover the best of open-plan living. The main lounge area has large, comfy, muted grey sofas, armchairs in highlight colours, glass topped coffee tables and funky modern artwork adorns the walls. Floor to ceiling windows offer uninterrupted pool and sea views. A separate mini-seating area with a wrap around cream sofa, accent chairs and a flat screen TV offers the perfect place to gather for a relaxing evening in. A smart white dining table with contrasting grey chairs seats up to ten guests, fabulous for some family and friends’ Bajan suppers. A sleek bar is a great spot for a nightcap with friends or poolside cocktails. The slick black kitchen cleverly hides those essential household appliances and is fully equipped with all the latest equipment. The ground floor is also host to a double bedroom with king size bed and en-suite shower room, and a very convenient guest cloakroom.

Take the stairs to the first floor where you will find an impressive master bedroom, furnished with a king size bed and flat screen TV. The en-suite bathroom has a bathtub, a double vanity unit, a separate en-suite shower room and some supersized closet space. Floor to ceiling windows lead onto a balcony with relaxing chairs and table offering panoramic coastline views. The adjacent bedroom also has a king size bed, an en-suite shower room, and balcony benefitting from the same sea views. There are two further bedrooms, one with a king size bed, one with twin beds, both have en-suite shower rooms with single wash basins. The first floor is also home to an open-air workspace just in case you need it.

The piece de resistance is the pristine swimming pool, with a shallow end complete with table to balance your drinks on while lying on the lilos or swimming some lengths. Surrounded by relaxing sun loungers, the stunning pool is a real centrepiece of the manicured grounds. There is a modern entertainment pavilion, which provides all day round shade to watch the built-in flatscreen TV, sip ice cold wine from the chiller, mix cocktails in the outdoor bar, and relax on cushioned furniture under the ceiling fans. There is also an outside table for alfresco dining which seats up to ten guests. The grounds give direct access to a sandy beach where you can safely swim and snorkel in the welcoming Caribbean Sea. To complete the luxurious holiday of your dreams, Villa Beach View comes with a team of staff, including a Housekeeper, Laundress, Butler, and your very own Chef!

Oliver Approved

What you should know…

  • The property has a floating style staircase which may be difficult for younger children to use
  • The property is very private and set behind gates, however it is located on a main road
  • The villa has been approved for quarantine, which is required for all unvaccinated travellers, the quarantine period is 6-7 days, dependent on the compulsory day five test. Quarantine security is included at no extra cost

Property Features

Private Pool Wi-Fi/Internet Air-Con Laptop Friendly Workspace Safety Deposit Box Hairdryer All Bedrooms En-Suite Ground Floor Bed & Bath Smart TV Ceiling Fans Beachfront

Villa Interiors

Ground Floor

- Ample entrance hall
- Large living room with satellite TV and access to the terrace
- Open plan dining area for 10 people and access to the terrace
- Fully equipped kitchen with island seating and access to the terrace
- Bedroom with king bed and en-suite bathroom

First Floor

- Master bedroom with king bed en-suite bathroom with bath
- Bedroom with king bed and en-suite bathroom
- Bedroom with king bed and en-suite bathroom
- Bedroom with two single beds bed and en-suite bathroom

Exterior Grounds

- Private swimming pool
- Large terrace and garden area
- Outdoor entertainment pavilion with wet bar, seating area and dining area
- Various sun loungers
- Garden furniture
- Private parking

Additional Facilities

- Wi-Fi connection
- Air conditioning
- Smart TV


About the surrounding area of Villa Beach View
Walk to Beach Walk to Restaurant <1hr to Airport Watersports Sailing Canoeing/Kayaking Golf Nearby Tennis Nearby Scuba Diving Boat Trips
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Villa Beach View is located on the west side of Barbados, near to Holetown, formerly known as Jamestown, and just thirty kilometres from Grantley Adams International Airport. The area was once called the Gold Coast of Barbados, after its many golden sandy beaches, but it has recently been upgraded and is now often referred to as the Platinum Coast, as it is home to glitzy beachfront mansions with private beaches, and desirable luxury resorts. Jamestown was the home to the very first British settlers in 1625, sent out under the authority of King James to discover new lands. It has its own parish church, and the last of the island’s operational sugar factories called Portvale, and is sometimes called tongue-in-cheek Little England. The location is ideal for family and friends’ holidays with so much to see and do, as well as the perfect place for the most romantic honeymoon. Holetown is home to a whole host of famous eateries, lively bars, exclusive nightclubs, and designer shops galore, and of course those incredible shimmering white sand beautiful beaches. 

If you fancy exploring further afield nothing is too far away as the island of Barbados is just thirty two kilometres north to south, and twenty five kilometres east to west. Car hire can be arranged by the villa’s concierge, or there’s many private and group tours to see the hot spots. Highly recommended is a visit to St Nicholas Abbey, where you can walk around the Great House, a Jacobean style mansion, built in 1658 with Tudor, Elizabethan, Renaissance, Flemish, Dutch and French influences from the last three hundred and fifty years. The Abbey also has its own distillery, reputed to be the birthplace of Barbados rum, well worth a tipple. No visit to the Abbey would be complete without a trip on the recently completed Heritage Railway, a restored Victorian locomotive. The railway takes you on a journey through the plantation, past the house, around the lake, through mahogany woodlands, then leaves you at Cherry Top Hill where you can admire the vista of the island’s rugged coastline.

For the more active there’s a number of PGA golf courses scattered across the island, most notably the nearby Sandy Lane, and the very well-reputed Royal Westmoreland. A favourite jaunt is a Catamaran sea-fishing trip with live bait, and the added attraction of eating your catch-of-the-day for supper. Days out at sea, swimming, snorkelling or scuba diving are a must-do activity. Charter your own yacht or join a tour with experienced instructors and guides.Adult-only distillery tours of the many rum producers prove very popular, especially to the world-famous Mount Gay, for a tasting or two. The local Limegrove Lifestyle Centre, is a mecca to shopping, housing over a hundred of the world’s best known and most desirable fashion brands.. If you need a sit down after all that shopping take a seat in the Limegrove Cinema with table service and Dolby surround sound.

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Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Grantley Adams International Airport BGI


Nearest Town/City Holetown


Nearest Restaurant

(Walking distance)

Nearest Bar/Pub

(Walking distance)

Nearest Supermarket Ryan's Happy Place Grocery Store


Nearest Beach Weston Beach


Nearest Golf Royal Westmoreland Golf Course


Nearest Tennis Advantage Tennis Services


About the Island & Getting There

About Barbados

At first glance you could be mistaken for thinking that Barbados is purely a beach holiday destination, but you're urged to reconsider this common belief. The island of Barbados is peppered with astonishing landscapes (both coastal and inland), enchanting locals, sublime cuisine, intriguing rums, fascinating wildlife, symbolic architecture and a selection of striking holiday villas.

Delve deep into the history of the island and start your holiday by visiting Sunbury Plantation House & Museum. This former plantation was built in 1660's and the premises are scattered with antiquities that delicately detail a recent history of Barbados. St. Nicholas Abbey also provides an insightful representation of Sugarcane production, Bajan artefacts and a wonderful observation point at Cherry Tree Hill. If you’re keen to visit one of the oldest Parliamentary buildings within the Commonwealth and appreciate the democratic legacy of Barbados, drop by The Parliament Buildings. This neo-gothic congress can be found in Bridgetown and act as a representation of Barbados’s Independence. There is so much history present throughout the island and as a result, Bridgetown and its Garrison has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, which the locals are very proud of.

Great efforts have been made to persevere the natural beauty of Barbados, so if you’re drawn to the exploration of National Parks and multicoloured gardens, it won’t take you long to realise that Barbados is a haven for such paradises! Within the Andromeda Botanic Gardens, Farley Hill National Park, Flower Forest, Hunte's Gardens and Welchman Hall Gully - visitors, and Botanist alike, will be lost for hours admiring these astonishing botanical parklands. Keep an eye out for the Dwarf Poinciana, or Peacock Flower…it’s the national flower of Barbados.

Bajan’s take their food very seriously! If you and your fellow travellers are enticed by the gastronomic aspect of holidaying, we believe you’ve selected the right island. With every aspect of cookery mastered; from pickling to freshly prepared dishes, sweet & savoury, fragrant & spicy and of course, the bountiful choice of seafood. Check out the food stalls in Paynes Bay Church – where vendors exhibit locally made dishes & street food that will scintillate the taste buds. At the end of every working week, locals and tourists both flock to Oistins, for 'Fish Fry Day'. This is a must for those who haven’t undergone the experience! The evening starts with barbecues and then ascends into a joyful party. This caps off a busy few days of work for locals as well as the 'strains' associated with serious holidaying.

Barbados is of course iconic for its Beaches & Rum…so why not bring them together? You will have to go out of your way not to be able to find a beach bar along the west coast of the island, as well as the countless Rum Shops. Yes, you’ve read correctly, Rum Shops! These small and locally run businesses embrace the Bajan spice of life, in liquid form. Very delicious! If you’re searching for something a little more special, take a trip to the east coast and visit Sand Dunes Bar and Restaurant at Windy Hill, for an unforgettable experience.

Barbados is a distinct and striking part of the Caribbean. It’s a great fit for all types of travellers, as the island really does have it all. For a little more information about this delightful island, check out our guide to a remarkable stay!

Prior to Booking

Please be aware that Barbados is an island nation that experiences weather patterns dictated by the Atlantic Ocean to the north of the island and the Caribbean Sea to the south of the island. This tropical rainforest climate results in the island experiencing a hurricane season, which usually occurs between June to November. When thinking about booking your holiday to Barbados Republic, please consult Foreign travel advice for more information.

Entry Requirements

Tourists who are British Citizens will not require a visa upon arrival and Departure Tax is included in most flight costs. Please check Entry Requirements before departure.

Local Public Holidays

21st January - Errol Barrow Day
28th April - National Heroes Day
1st May - Labour Day
10th June 2019 - Whit Monday
1st August - Emancipation Day
First Monday of August - Kadooment Day
30th November - Independence Day

Getting There

Barbados is served by Grantley Adams International Airport in Bridgetown.

From the US:
Direct flights are available from Charlotte, Miami and New York with AA, JetBlue and US Airways.

From the UK:
Direct flights are available from London on BA and Virgin Atlantic. Chartered flights are also available from several other UK airports.

Grantley Adams International Airport, Christ Church, Barbados:

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Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Teens

What’s not to do for kids would be easier, let’s start with your own private pool with unrestricted hours for them to splash around in all day. From the pool to the beach in a few flip-flops, beautiful sandy beaches, and the calm Caribbean Sea is the perfect playground for children of all ages. If it does shower, take cover under the garden pergola where the can watch movies on the flatscreen TV, ditto in the seating area within the villa.

There’s a whole host of water sports for the kids to enjoy, starting with snorkelling from beaches and boats, jetting around on jet skis, riding the waves on towable rings, and taking tropical fish rides in glass-bottomed catamarans. For younger children Playcreation is your place, catering for six month to four year olds, it offers qualified childcare, and experienced early childhood educators. Locally the Folkestone Marine Park and Visitor Centre is great for swimming and snorkelling where you can spot turtles, tropical fish, and maybe eels, and if you’re lucky you might see the Stavronikita, a sunken Greek ship; whilst ashore there are beaches for building sand castles and enjoying family picnics, as well as a selection of restaurants, bars, and gift shops. Take a family trip to Harrison’s Cave, at the heart of the island, here you will find a crystallised limestone cave almost three kilometres long, follow streams and cool pools to reach the fifteen metre high Great Hall, full of stalagmites and speleothems.

Discover the delights of the unusually named Welchman Hall Gully home to green monkeys. Awaken their inner pirate with glass-bottomed boat trips to see sunken shipwrecks. Get them active with bike tours around the island, kayak over coral reefs, take Segway trips to discover the island’s natural flora and fauna, learn to sail and scuba with highly-trained and experienced trainers, and ride horses in the sand and sea. Submerge in the Atlantis submarine to see the sea from below, and from above discover the beauty of dolphins as they dance and play in the water. All aboard the Heritage Railway at St Nicholas’ Abbey, no child can resist the call of the steam train as it takes you through the history of the original plantation. If they aren’t exhausted by all that, end the day at the Limegrove Cinema, where they can have burgers, hot dogs. and popcorn served in their seat and own table.

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Beach Nearby
  • Walk to Beach
  • Walk to Restaurant
  • <1hr to Airport
  • Watersports
  • Sailing
  • Canoeing/Kayaking
  • Tennis Nearby

Onsite Facilities

  • Beachfront

Services Available

  • Chef/Cook Included
  • Maid Service Included


Oliver's Extras

  • Transfers Available
  • Chef/Cook Included
  • Maid Service Included
  • Butler Included

At Oliver’s Travels we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to babysitters we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off
- Babysitting/childcare services

Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team.

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit £1500 charged to the client's credit card as a pre-authorisation at least 2 weeks prior to arrival and refunded two weeks after departure, subject to a full inspection.
Arrival time 3pm
Departure time 12pm
End of stay cleaning included? Yes. However, guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit.
Linen & towels included? Bed linen, bath and pool towels are included in the rental price.
Energy costs included? Yes, included in rental price.
Internet access? Wi-Fi internet access included in the rental price (please remember that Wi-Fi can be inconsistent in the Caribbean)
Minimum stay 4 nights (April - November); 5 nights (December - March); 7 nights (Christmas and New Year)
Changeover day Flexible
Pets welcome? Not allowed
Smoking Allowed? Not permitted.
Insurance 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’.

Villa Conditions:
- Please note that a 50% Deposit may be required for any bookings travelling between mid December and mid January.

Rental Rates

Please note: All rates below are subject to 12.5% Shared Economy Levy & Service Charge

Prices based on an occupancy of 10 people:

Rental period 5 Nights Weekly
May 25th 2024 - Dec 15th 2024 £11,891 £16,647
Dec 15th 2024 - Dec 19th 2024 £16,431 £23,003
Dec 19th 2024 - Jan 10th 2025 - £66,587
Jan 10th 2025 - Apr 16th 2025 £16,431 £23,003
Apr 16th 2025 - Nov 26th 2025 £11,891 £16,647

Prices based on an occupancy of 10 people:

Rental period 5 Nights Weekly
May 25th 2024 - Dec 15th 2024 €12,986 €18,180
Dec 15th 2024 - Dec 19th 2024 €17,944 €25,121
Dec 19th 2024 - Jan 10th 2025 - €72,719
Jan 10th 2025 - Apr 16th 2025 €17,944 €25,121
Apr 16th 2025 - Nov 26th 2025 €12,986 €18,180

Prices based on an occupancy of 10 people:

Rental period 5 Nights Weekly
May 25th 2024 - Dec 15th 2024 $14,094 $19,732
Dec 15th 2024 - Dec 19th 2024 $19,475 $27,265
Dec 19th 2024 - Jan 10th 2025 - $78,925
Jan 10th 2025 - Apr 16th 2025 $19,475 $27,265
Apr 16th 2025 - Nov 26th 2025 $14,094 $19,732

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

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