|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
Arcadia is a beautifully restored beach front home, located just steps away to Worthing Beach on the South Coast of Barbados.
This comfortable home offers three air-conditioned bedrooms, each with a modern en-suite bathroom, an air-conditioned living/TV room, and a well equipped kitchen. Guests can enjoy lounging or dining in the breezy beach front pavilion which offers an expansive view of the beach and ocean - the perfect place for an evening cocktail as you watch the sunset!
Shopping, restaurants, and the famous St. Lawrence Gap are all within walking distance. Oistins, the home of the "Friday Night Fish Fry", is a short 10-minute drive and the capital, Bridgetown, is about 20 minutes away.
Good to Know: Located in Barbados, Blue Sky Luxury is the local owner representative for this property.
The South Coast of Barbados offers stretches of white sand beaches, which are popular to locals and visitors. Restaurants abound in this area offering some of the most eclectic dishes available in Barbados. From burgers to Thai food and in settings ranging from casual by the sea eateries to fine dining, you can find just about any menu item the island has to offer at south coast restaurants!
In St. Lawrence Gap are a host of choices - Ocean One, Sharkey's, Paulo's Churrasco Do Brasil, Apsara Restaurant (India and Thai) and Cafe Sol.
As you move West, towards Bridgetown, you will find in the Worthing area, Copacabana, Lucky Horseshoe Steak House (open 24 hours), Bert's Bar & Restaurant and the renown Champers, overlooking the sea. Continuing on into the Rockley area, there is Quayside Plaza with Just Grillin’ and other small food outlets. As you continue along the coast towards Bridgetown through Hastings, there is Bubba’s Sport Bar, Ackee Tree (for great Rotis), Naru, Tapas (which overlook the Boardwalk and ocean). Near to the Garrison is Mama Mia (Italian).
Just off Bay Street, heading towards Lighthouse Point is Brown Sugar, The Cruising Club �����Dippers Bar and Restaurant and the Hilton Hotel with its varied selection of restaurants. Further along on Bay Street is Lobster Alive, The Boatyard and of course the renowned Waterfront Cafe which looks on to the Bay and has live nightly entertainment.
Heading easterly along Highway 7 is New Century (Chinese), Surfer's Cafe and off course, Oistins Bay Gardens where you can have freshly caught fish cooked many ways, and where Friday night is must see! A little further on through is Cafe Luna, overlooking Enterprise Beach and at the very southern end of the island is Surfer's Bay. On the eastern side of the island, beyond the airport you will find the Crane Resort, featuring Zen (Sushi and Japanese) and L’Azure.