Christmas/New Year: December 20 – January 10
Rates are nightly for accommodation only
Rates do not include Food & Beverage
Plus 2.5% Room Rate Levy (capped at US$10/bedroom/night)
Until confirmed rates may have changed without notice
Special conditions apply during Christmas/New Year
Ask about Eden on the Sea in Merlin Bay
About The Property
Eden on the Sea is a 3 bedroom split level villa in the Merlin Bay complex located on the beach in The Garden, St James.
This unique home sits on the edge of the rock face overlooking the beach and sea and offers you three living levels plus a very private roof terrace.
A well equipped kitchen includes a fridge/freezer, toaster, coffee machine, mixer, blender, and electric kettle.
Two air conditioned bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms are located on the upper level. A third air conditioned bedroom is located on the lower level and has an en suite bathroom, walk-in closet and terrace with plunge pool. All areas have quiet ceiling fans for your added comfort.
You enter Eden on the Sea on the living/dining level to find yourself with a commanding sea view in front of you and access to the well landscaped main pool and the sea. You may choose to watch the beautiful sunsets from your whirlpool tub or one of your four private terraces; all overlooking the sea and garden.
A laundry room with washing machine and dryer is downstairs. The staff includes a maid/laundress, gardener and night watchman. The gardener takes beach chairs down to the beach for the guests. Eden on the Sea is one mile north of shopping and supermarket facilities in Holetown, one and a half miles to Sandy Lane Golf Course, six miles to capital, Bridgetown and approximately fourteen miles to Grantley Adams International Airport.
Eden on the Sea can also be rented with Ocean’s Edge right next door.
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