Sugar Hill sits on 50 acres of sloping hillside overlooking a perfect sea view. It is just five minutes drive to some of the delightful beaches for which Barbados is famous. Shops and restaurants are conveniently close by in Holetown. There are many places to explore and things to do on the island including scuba diving on the coral reefs, horse riding and exploring the tropical gardens and quaint historic towns.
Self catering villas at Sugar Hill offer all the amenities you would expect, including a housekeeper to really make this a luxury holiday.
Sugar Hill is a private secluded resort of individual luxury villa accommodation. Set behind security gates, residents can enjoy lounging by their private plunge pool or join friends on the sun terrace around the idyllic resort swimming pool.
For the more active, there are tennis courts, a fitness centre, spa and a clubhouse for meeting other like-minded guests. There is also a restaurant and a bar for friendly night time entertainment and good food.
Tour a local rum Distillery - Rum is a original island brew and Mount Gay Rum offers rum tours. You can see the tipple being made and then try a sample.
Fishing and Watersports - The clear Caribbean waters are ideal for scuba diving and water sports. Parasailing, jetskiing, windsurfing, and water skiing are all popular in these perfect conditions. Rockley Beach, Soup Bowl and South Point are all known for their surfing.
Deep sea fishing is also popular for catching tuna, sailfish, marlin and sharks. There are several fishing tournaments and competitions on Barbados.
Barbados Wildlife Reserve - Take a trip through the mahogany forest reserve to see and hear green monkeys, deer, raccoons, otters, pelicans and tortoises. Bird lovers will delight in the walk-through aviary which has exotic and colourful birds including lovebirds, macaws, parrots, toucans and peacocks.
Bridgetown - The capital of Barbados is the delightful British colonial town of Bridgetown. There is even a replica Trafalgar Square here, complete with a statue of Nelson!
East Coast Road - A drive along the rugged cliffs of East Coast Road is one of the most exciting driving experiences. The road leads inland through sugarcane to old plantation homes and steepled churches.
Crane beach - This pink-sand beach draws many visitors to surf, walk or sit and watch the sunset.
Year-round temperatures in Barbados remain fairly constant with average daily highs between 28-30C(84-87F). Monthly rainfall is heaviest from May to November, reaching 9cm or 3.5 inches. Hurricane season in the Caribbean runs from June to November and Barbados may suffer a tropical storm or a rare hurricane passing by.
Barbados is served by the Sir Grantley Adams International Airport which receives daily flights from all around the world. It is also the air transport hub for the Eastern Caribbean. The airport is just 15km from your Sugar Hill self catering accommodation.