Oceana at Sugar Hill

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Sleeps: 6 - 8 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 4

Overview

Pool Beach Nearby Ideal for Kids All Bedrooms En-Suite

Secluded amidst tropical trees and shrubs, including frangipani, bougainvillea, ginger lilies, banana and coconut palms, and approached via a private driveway adjacent to the house, Oceana maximises the benefits of its superb position with the enjoyment of tropical living.
 
The internal design is stunning, with elegantly curved doors and windows in natural wood reflecting a cloister-like ambience within the coral stone walls. The matching jalousie shutters throughout the house add a further touch of refinement, and provide a cooling sea breeze in the living areas to complement the ceiling fans.

The living room opens out onto the expansive covered terrace through two sets of French windows. Beyond is the large pool deck, the gardens and the azure sea. The picturesque, partially open-air dining room looking out towards the sea is an impressive feature of the house, with its own internal garden and cathedral ceiling. The spectacular black granite dining table on carved coral pedestals is complemented by a matching built-in bar, the perfect place for cocktails as you watch the sun set on the sea.

There are three bedrooms in the main house. The lower bedroom wing has its own hallway and door for additional privacy and quietness. Across the hall is a twin bedroom, where the beds can also be arranged as a king size, with a private patio. At the end of the hallway is the Queen Bedroom Suite, with sitting area, which opens through French windows onto both the pool deck and the covered terrace.

At the top of the stairs you enter the Master Bedroom Suite, with superking size four poster bed and separate dressing room. The en-suite bathroom has a large corner bath tub, a separate shower and twin basins. Running the length of the Master Suite and approached through two sets of French windows is its private veranda, offering truly spectacular westerly views of the Caribbean Sea. The fourth bedroom is in a separate self-contained cottage in the grounds. All bedrooms have air conditioning, ceiling fans, walk-in closets and en-suite bathrooms with marble throughout.

Guests of Oceana at Sugar Hill have the use of all the Sugar Hill amenities. These include a clubhouse with large pool, restaurant, fully-equipped, air-conditioned fitness centre and members lounge, as well as the first class tennis facilities. Sugar Hill is a gated community with security guards both at the gate and on patrol 24 hours a day.

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What you should know…

  • The king sized bedroom on the first floor can be pulled apart to provide a twin bedroom
  • The whole villa may only be available for bookings at full capacity

Property Features

Private Pool Internet Air-Con BBQ All Bedrooms En-Suite Tennis Court Ground Floor Bed & Bath Cable TV DVD Waterfront

The Villa

Overlooking the Caribbean Sea, Oceana is a magnificent 4-bedroom Estate villa on the prime location of Ocean Ridge in the exclusive gated community of Sugar Hill.

Ground Floor

- Master bedroom, with en-suite bathroom
- Queen bedroom, with en-suite bathroom
- Dining & living area, with wet bar
- Fully equipped kitchen

First Floor
- King bedroom, with en-suite bathroom
- Terrace access

Cottage
- King bedroom, with en-suite bathroom

Exterior
- Private swimming pool, with Roman steps & ladder access
- Barbecue
- Lawn area
- Outdoor dining & furniture
- Parasols
- Private Parking
- Sun loungers

Location

About the surrounding area of Oceana at Sugar Hill
Beach Nearby Walk to Restaurant <1hr to Airport Watersports Golf Nearby Tennis Nearby Outstanding Landscapes Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages
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Barbados is a truly phenomenal holiday destination, and geologically unique; a coral island, initially pushed from the sea as two separate land masses by volcanic activity many years ago. Over time these two land masses merged together creating the isle we now know as Barbados. Barbados lies on the boundary of the Caribbean and South American continental plates making it unlike any other Caribbean Island. Within the core of the island, made up mainly of coral sediment, numerous caves and underground lakes can be found. Arguably the most famous of these is Harrison’s Cave; a network of caves, waterfalls, pools and fantastic stalagmites and stalactites.

Descendants of the indigenous Arawakan-speaking tribes tell that the original name for Barbados was ‘Ichirouganaim’ meaning ‘red land with white teeth.’ The reason for the later name Barbados is controversial; some believe that the Portuguese, en route to Brazil, were the first Europeans to come to the island. Others say that it was this Spanish which gave it the Spanish name ‘Los Barbudos’. The word Barbados means ‘bearded ones’ but it is really personal preference as to whether ‘bearded’ refers to the long, hanging routes of the bearded fig-tree (Ficus citrifolia) indigenous to the island; to the allegedly bearded ‘Caribs’ who once inhabited the island; or, more romantically, to the foam spraying over the outlying reefs, giving the impression of a beard.

When visiting Barbados, the first thing you are sure to notice are the gorgeous and renowned flat white sand beaches. On the west coast of Barbados, miles of coral shore beaches and fine white sands stretch along a hypnotising turquoise sea. The West Coast of Barbados is also fringed with countless breath-taking Coral Reefs to provide excellent snorkelling and scuba diving opportunities. The South Coast also offers something for everyone, and is a curious mixture of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Here you can swim in calm waters, snorkel over the inshore reefs and tidal pools, and at the southernmost tip of the island, you can windsurf.

The East Coast of Barbados has fantastic and lively surfing opportunities, blown briskly by the strong and constant trade winds; the constant breeze of these trade winds give Barbados its mild and pleasant tropical climate. Along the east coast, huge Atlantic waves crash along the shore and so the beaches are better suited for walks and sun-bathing, with a few enchanting places to have a dip in the sea – as the waves break over rocks and reefs, small pools are formed close to shore forming delightful natural swimming pools!

Whilst on Barbados, a taste of the island’s rum is a must! The isle has been producing rum for over 350 years, and it is recognised internationally for its quality. Many tours and taste sessions are available at the local distilleries.

Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Grantley Adams International Airport BGI

(30km)

Nearest Restaurant

(Walking Distance)

Nearest Bar/Pub First and Last in bar

(3.7km)

Nearest Beach Colony Club Beach

(2km)

Nearest Golf Barbados Golf Club

(28km)

Nearest Town/City Holetown

(4km)

Nearest Tennis On-site

(Walking Distance)

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.

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Grantley Adams International Airport, Christ Church, Barbados:


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Kids

Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Babies & Toddlers Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens

If you're looking for a family holiday, Barbados is certainly a destination you should be considering.

If you're travelling with infants, we suggest a trip to Accra Beach. This beach has an artificial bay, that creates a placid wading pool for those who aren't a particularly strong or confident swimmer. Here, little explorer’s will find small fish without having to worry about a tide sweeping them away.

We're a massive fan of Barbados Wildlife Reserve. Not only is the surrounding park spoilt with exotic plants, but you will also find the likes of armadillos, caiman, monkeys, iguanas, an array of birds and tortoises. You'll have to drag the kids away!

Inland Barbados is delightful to explore, enchantingly quiet and rural, there are endless fields of sugar cane dotted with old plantation houses. Barbados has a rich and interesting history and has preserved and restored many of its historic buildings – you can visit a plantation house for a trip back in time, see the towering lighthouses that once led ships and explorer’s safety, or explore the historic towns that are an important part of the island’s past and present.

Baby and Toddler Equipment

  • Cot(s)
  • High Chair(s)

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Beach Nearby
  • Walk to Restaurant
  • <1hr to Airport
  • Watersports
  • Tennis Nearby
  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages

Onsite Facilities

  • Tennis Court
  • DVD
  • Waterfront

Services Available

  • Chef/Cook Included
  • Maid Service Included
  • Babysitting Available

Extras

Oliver's Extras

  • Chef/Cook Included
  • Maid Service Included
  • Babysitting Available
  • Security guard
  • Sugar Hill Club Membership Included
  • Fairmont Royal Pavilion Beach Membership & Access Included
  • Gardener 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

Villa Conditions
- Bedrooms will be allocated dependent upon ‘Number of Guests’ at the time of Booking. Any unused Bedroom(s) may not be available to Guests.
- Prices may be subject to Local Taxes & Service Charges where applicable and may change without notice.
- Holiday & Festive Period Rates may vary.
- A 50% Client Deposit may be requested during Festive Bookings.

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

Security deposit Credit Card details requested as guarantee
Arrival time 3.00 p.m.
Departure time 12.00 Noon
Energy costs included? Included in the rental price
Linen & towels included? Included in the rental price
End of stay cleaning included? Included in the rental price
Tax A 7.5% Government Tax & 2.5% Government Room Levy (calculated based on nightly rate) to be collected at time of booking. Additionally, a 1.5% Service Charge will also be included.
Minimum stay 7 nights between 15/12 - 14/04, otherwise 5 nights
Changeover day Flexible
Internet access? Wi-Fi connection included
Pets welcome? Pets are not allowed
Smoking Allowed? Smoking & Vaping is not permitted inside the villa
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.
Other Ts and Cs Cot & High chair available upon request

Rental Rates

Please note: All rates below are subject to 11.5% Government Tax, VAT & Service Charge

Prices based on an occupancy of 6 people:

Rental period 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 20th 2019 - Dec 15th 2019 £4,123 £5,772
Dec 15th 2019 - Apr 15th 2020 - £9,234
Apr 15th 2020 - Oct 21st 2020 £4,123 £5,772

Prices based on an occupancy of 8 people:

Rental period 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 20th 2019 - Dec 15th 2019 £5,360 £7,503
Dec 15th 2019 - Apr 15th 2020 - £10,389
Apr 15th 2020 - Oct 21st 2020 £5,360 £7,503

Prices based on an occupancy of 6 people:

Rental period 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 20th 2019 - Dec 15th 2019 €4,560 €6,384
Dec 15th 2019 - Apr 15th 2020 - €10,214
Apr 15th 2020 - Oct 21st 2020 €4,560 €6,384

Prices based on an occupancy of 8 people:

Rental period 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 20th 2019 - Dec 15th 2019 €5,928 €8,299
Dec 15th 2019 - Apr 15th 2020 - €11,491
Apr 15th 2020 - Oct 21st 2020 €5,928 €8,299

Prices based on an occupancy of 6 people:

Rental period 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 20th 2019 - Dec 15th 2019 $5,126 $7,175
Dec 15th 2019 - Apr 15th 2020 - $11,480
Apr 15th 2020 - Oct 21st 2020 $5,126 $7,175

Prices based on an occupancy of 8 people:

Rental period 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 20th 2019 - Dec 15th 2019 $6,663 $9,328
Dec 15th 2019 - Apr 15th 2020 - $12,915
Apr 15th 2020 - Oct 21st 2020 $6,663 $9,328

Please note that prices may not be 100% accurate for dates outside of the current calendar year. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

Reviews

  • Charisma

    Posted by Shirley on 23/11/2016

    We play tennis every morning up at Sugar Hill, have done for last 11 years and we love it up there. Great to have Charisma on the hill now as well so we can eat and drink post tennis. The pool is lovely and the staff very courteous and obliging too.

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