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About The Property
The term “cheez don bread” is a Bajan expression or exclamation, and is the name given to this delightful two bedroom beach front studio apartment located at the southern end of Long Beach in Inch Marlowe, on the south-east side of Barbados.
Owned by former Professional Surfer Alan Burke and his wife Sonia, Cheez don Bread was completely refurbished in August 2014 and is an ideal location for fellow surfing enthusiasts.
Set within the grounds of Alan and Sonia’s home, Cheez don Bread has it’s own private entrance and a pathway leads you through the casuarina and sea grape trees to the breathtaking stretch of beach that begins at Long Beach and ends at Inch Marlowe.
This spacious studio apartment is air-conditioned and can in fact sleep a maximum of six people. The main room offers a Queen size bed plus a Queen size pull out sofa bed. A separate bedroom just off the kitchen and laundry room offers ceiling fans only. There is a separate walk in shower room and bathroom with toilet and sink.
The fully equipped kitchen features granite counter tops with stove, fridge, coffee maker, toaster and kettle.
Just off the kitchen is the laundry room with a washer and dryer.
Guests are offered complimentary round trip airport transfers.
Cheez don Bread is just 7 minutes drive from Grantley Adams International Airport, 5 mins to the town of Oistins, best known for the Friday Night Fish Fry, and 7 mins drive to St Lawerence Gap famous for its nightlife.
Popular surf spots of Freights Bay, South Point and Surfers Point are all within a 2-3 minute drive away.
Alan is the Chief Surf Instructor of Burkie’s Surf School, so if you wish to learn to surf, or are looking to better your surfing skills, then a vacation at Cheez don Bread is perfect.
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