Fustic House in Barbados Built in the early 18th century, this stately home of coral stone exudes traditional charm. This 11-acre property set in the north of Barbados, was re-designed between the late 60s and early 70s by celebrated English theatrical designer Oliver Messel for Charles Graves (brother of the poet Robert Graves).
Barbados is filled with magic and wonder, from the 160 Sq. Miles of coastline to the breath-taking views from atop the cliffs onto the beautiful oceans, not to mention the diving adventures, the tours of the Historical Mansions, the Tropical Gardens, night-life and the experience of being on a pristine beach surrounded by nothing but sunshine.
Why choose Barbados? Barbados has one of oldest settled cities in the Caribbean, Bridgetown, where you can find the sights and sounds of a big city, wrapped in a lovely mix of old and new. The historical buildings are mixed gracefully with the new and modern looks to make this city one of the most amazing architectural wonders. The city is also the perfect place to shop, Broadstreet has perfect, duty free shopping, available all year long.
Barbados offers some amazing beaches off of Sandy lane where you’ll find most of the vacation homes found. These amazing homes range from Beachfront Estates to Oceanfront Manors, some include Cove Spring House, Villa Jamoon, Nicoli, and many more. The Villas here can range from very luxurious to very quaint, it all depends on what kind of holiday you are looking for.
While you enjoy the scenery, also visit some of our historical sites: Chamberlain Bridge, Independence Arch, The Fountain Gardens, The Screw Dock, and so much more. To learn more about Barbados you can also visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbados .
Enjoy your trip!