Sea Bliss Villa
Fryers Well, St. Lucy Parish, Barbados, West Indies
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|Sea Bliss Villa|
Dorothy & Hugh Roberts
St. Lucy Parish
With over 180 degrees views of the west coast and the Caribbean Sea, along with the cool breeze arising from the ocean, SeaBliss villas are the perfect place for one to unwind and relax.
Located on the northwesterly end of the island on a bluff overlooking the ocean, these villas offer exclusive rental for the vacationer who wants to spend time alone or with family. Each bedroom allows the guest to capture a view of the Caribbean sea.
All bedrooms are en-suite, fully air-conditioned and also have ceiling fans. “The Executive Suite”, has a large king size bed, walk in closet and private balcony with unobstructed 180 degree views of the Caribbean Sea. The en suite bathroom comes fully equipped with both a shower and a Jacuzzi ( and is stocked with amenities such as a hairdryer and toiletries well placed on the beautiful granite counter tops).
“The Serenity Suite” has both ocean and garden views. The en suite bathroom is also finished with a granite vanity and has its walk through closet leading to a sunken shower with views of the Caribbean Sea and west coast.
The 3rd bedroom, “The West Indian Suite”,can be configured for two single beds or one queen size bed if needed. Again garden and ocean views can be seen from the private balcony and the suite also comprises of a private en suite bathroom.
Each bedroom suite has its own theme and is tastefully decorated to portray not only the ambience of the villa but also that of Barbadian and Caribbean lifestyle. Downstairs (on the ground floor) guests can enjoy free wireless Internet access and cable television in the living room along with the full amenities of the kitchen before having dinner in the formal dining area. Dining, however, is not limited to the dining room. Guests can enjoy meals on the outdoor patio next to the splash pool while enjoying the breathtaking ocean views.
Things You Should Know
Barbados is the most easterly of all the Caribbean islands. Its climate is warm all year round with daily sunshine lasting for approximately 12 hours / day. It measures 21 miles by 14 miles at its greatest diameters and has an area of only 166 square miles (431 sq km). However for such a small island it boasts a wide range of activities, attractions, culture and things to keep you busy on your vacation. Whether it be from duty free shopping to lazing around at many of the island's lush white sand beaches in the day or dining at one of the island's world renowned restaurants or playing a game of golf at one of the challenging courses with breathtaking view of the island or Caribbean Sea in the background, there is always something for everyone to do. And to make it even more enjoyable, most of the island's attractions and activities are within 20 minutes of the villa.
Barbados is the only island to have its own ZAGAT guide which has ratings on many local attractions, activities and restaurants. The island is certainly the place for the young and the old, the newly weds and those celebrating anniversaries, friends, families and loved ones.
The history of the early settlement of Barbados is being rewritten as a result of recent archaeological discoveries unearthed at the site of Port St. Charles. Artifacts and evidence point to settlement some time around 1623 B.C.
The first indigenous people were Amerindians who arrived here from Venezuela. Paddling long dugout canoes they crossed oceans and currents that challenge modern sailing vessels. On the north end of Venezuela a narrow sea channel called the Dragon's mouth acts as a funnel to the Caribbean sea and the nearest Island of Trinidad. It is a formidable passage of swift flowing water and cross currents. It is dangerous water for an open dugout canoe. But they came, families and villages, adventurers, descendants of the the first people who travelled across the Alaska land bridge, down through Canada and the Americas to the South.
They made their new home in Barbados along the coast, leaving behindhardly a trace, only a hint of evidence for the archeologist to date and dream about. Fragments of tools made of shell, utensils, refuse and burial places convey but a mystery of their time.