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Make a holiday rental home or villa in Clermont, Barbados your home away from home

Clermont is an upmarket residential area in the parish of St. James, on Barbados - the easternmost Caribbean island. As well as being home to a range of high quality rental accommodation, Clermont offers close and easy access to some of the most famous and popular tourist attractions in the area, such as the pristine sandy beaches that line the island’s west coast, the top quality golf and spa at Sandy Lane and historic Holetown.

Things to do in Clermont, Barbados

The St. James parish is a popular destination for the rich and famous, and is often referred to as the ‘Platinum Coast’ in reference to the many high-quality mansions and luxury hotels in the area. Holiday rental accommodation in Clermont continues this theme, offering high-end lodging options in the south of the parish. These include luxury apartments and large villas that are just minutes walk from the beach.

Clermont is just a short distance from some of the beaches that make Barbados the choice of many people when deciding on their ultimate beach holiday destination. The west coast is regarded as the home of the very finest beaches that the island has to offer, and a mix of popular tourist beaches and hidden, secluded coves can be found. Water sports are popular in the area, including swimming and snorkelling in the warm waters.

An interesting option in the vicinity is a visit to the Portvale Sugar Museum, where you can learn about the process of sugar growth and production. There are also plenty of shops, restaurants, supermarkets and other amenities in and around Clermont, and the area possesses a vibrant nightlife, with both locals and tourists enjoying the party atmosphere.

Places to visit on holiday in Clermont, Barbados

The remainder of St. James is well worth exploring during your stay in Clermont. Sandy Lane is arguably the most well-known resort in the area, and is a luxury golf and spa resort. Those looking for a more reasonably priced option could instead head for the beachside towns of Holetown or Sunset Crest, which are both renowned for their excellent beaches with clear waters.

Weather in Clermont, Barbados

Clermont, Barbados has a moderate tropical climate, meaning distinct wet and dry seasons exist. The wet season runs from June to November, and the dry season runs from December to May. The temperature is reasonably constant all year round, with peak temperatures of around 33C and a yearly average of 26C, though northeast trade winds cool the area considerably.

Flights to Clermont, Barbados

Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI) lies a short distance outside of Bridgetown, the islands capital city. From here it is 20km to Clermont. Airlines that fly to this airport direct from the UK include British Airways (from London Gatwick), Thomas Cook Airlines (London Gatwick and Manchester) and Thomson Airways (London Gatwick, Manchester and Birmingham).

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              Recent Reviews

              Just perfect. Safe secure and exactly as described

              5 of 5
              It was that good we are looking to buy a property on the same complex.
              • Review Submitted: Nov 06, 2017
              • Date of Stay: Oct 2017

              Beautiful Apartment

              5 of 5
              Our second stay here and it was just as good as the first time, Andy and Janie are always on hand if you need anything, had the pool and tennis court to ourselves again, got our food from one of the many carribean food vans which is lush and a lot better value than restaurants - cost £7.50p per meal situated by the bank in Holetown between 12:00-15:00. Supermarket is only 2 miles away and so are fast food restaurants too. You’ll be better off hiring a car for beaches as there’s loads on the West Coast. The appartment has a brilliant and fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, laundry area with an American style washing machine, great air con, two large bedrooms and balcony to front. Open every window and external doors then the carribean breeze flows through nicely. I love this place and my only regret is that I didn’t buy one when they were being built. We’re a family of five and we lived comfortably here for two weeks. Thanks to Andy and Janie for making our holiday for us and our children, we’ll be back next year for sure.
              • Review Submitted: Oct 26, 2017
              • Date of Stay: Oct 2017