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Port St. Charles No.102 boasts a charming and enchanting location at one of the most idyllic beaches on the West Coast of the island. The beachfront location with its “doorstep” accessibility to the calm Caribbean waters is a special highlight. The tucked away spot on the northern stretch of beach, provides a sense of seclusion and privacy yet full accessibility to one of the most incredible expanses of tranquil ocean to be found anywhere in the world. The resort’s Yacht Club restaurant is just literally, a lap away from your sandy “doorstep” and moonlight dips under the stars are just as enticing as meandering swims under the sun. The only four-bedroom villa in its category, has simultaneous vistas of both the lagoon and the Caribbean Sea. To accentuate the beauty of the tropical outdoors there is a spacious sheltered dining area that leads to an open air terrace and private plunge pool nestled amongst tropical flora. The stylishly decorated interior of the villa is just as captivating. There are two beautifully decorated en-suite bedrooms on the first floor with the master bedroom and the additional, one of its kind, fourth bedroom on the second floor-both are ensuite. Each of these contemporary and stylish bedrooms have incredible views, either of the beach and ocean on the west, or the lagoon and yachts on the east. A 50ft boat berth and two parking spaces are also included. Port St. Charles 102 really is a little piece of heaven …on earth!
Summer price: US $1,400 per night
Winter price: US $1,695 per night
Christmas price: US $2,235 per night
Points of Interest: Fisherman’s Pub: this is one of the best places on island to experience true ‘Bajan’ food, ranging from fish cakes, baked pork to pepperpot beef stew set within an authentic ‘rum shop’ design. Arlington House: housed in a restored eighteenth century building, Arlington House is an interactive three-story museum that is both educational and engaging. Children in particular will love the interactive and audio visual features of the museum and the whole family will enjoy learning about Barbados’ heritage. Fish Pot Restaurant: dining at the Fish Pot restaurant located within Little Good Harbour is a fantastic way to experience the northern side of the country. Set in the small eighteenth-century fort at the water’s edge, the restaurant is airy and informal, and offers a truly gourmet dining experience in delightful surroundings.