Sugar Hill A15 is a stylish and comfortable 4 bedroom villa located in the exclusive Sugar Hill community on the West Coast of Barbados. The villa enjoys an elevated aspect within this attractive community and offers expansive views of the beautifully landscaped gardens and the ocean as well as pleasant cooling breezes. The villa's elegantly furnished air-conditioned living room opens on to a spacious terrace via French doors, with sitting and dining areas that allow guests to fully enjoy the amazing views and the stunning evening sunsets. The deck around the private plunge pool offers sun loungers as well as additional outdoor seating. All of the bedrooms are air-conditioned, tastefully furnished and feature stylish and well appointed en suite bathrooms. There are two bedrooms located on the upper level of the villa, each with private balconies overlooking the pool deck. The third bedroom is located on the ground floor. The fourth bedroom is located in the separate cottage that features a small kitchenette. Sugar Hill is a private exclusive inland community, located on 50 acres overlooking the Caribbean Sea, and is a short drive away from the fabulous west coast beaches as well as the amenities of Holetown, which include international brand shopping, banks, vibrant nightlife and an excellent choice of restaurants. Guests staying at A15 enjoy access to the Sugar Hill Clubhouse, pool, fitness centre and tennis courts and also have special beach access via the avenue leading to Heron Bay Estate, which is a 5 minute drive away. Sugar Hill A15 is an excellent choice for an island vacation - a cool and comfortable villa in an exclusive community with everything you need in easy reach!
This villa can be booked on its own or as part of a package holiday including flights from the UK and transfers - check pricing and availability for the villa below, then fill in an enquiry form to confirm a booking or to receive a quotation for a package holiday.
Please note there is a minimum stay of five nights for most villas which increases to seven nights during peak periods.