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About The Property
Ocean Hollow is a laid-back two bedroom beach house tucked away at the end of a small driveway off the main west coast road and right on the beach in Fitts Village.
This beach house is extremely comfortable and decorated with modern simplicity. Each bedroom features an ensuite bathroom, air-conditioning and one bedroom has a king size bed while the other has a queen sizes bed.
The main living area is comfortably furnished, including a large flat screen TV and a dining table that seats six. Ceiling fans add to the already gentle breeze that flows through the house.
Large double glass sliding doors open out on to the covered patio with additional seating for dining and relaxing. Steps lead from the patio to the enclosed sandy area where you can relax on a sun bed under the shade of the trees, or take a walk along the beach and enjoy a dip in the calm, sparkling waters of the Caribbean Sea.
The kitchen is well equipped and even offers a view of the sea from the window.
Ocean Hollow is located 10 meters from a bus stop which can take you to almost any part of the island. Holetown, the centre of the west coast, is 4km ride away. The Crystal Cove Hotel is next door and Day Passes are available for US$110 per person which allows you to use the hotel’s facilities between 10am and 6pm, including lunch and afternoon tea, drinks, and watersports. Prior reservations are required and are subject to availability.
This house is perfect for the traveller who just wants to sit back and enjoy a low key Barbados holiday, watching the sun set and spending the days walking our white sand beaches.
Ocean Hollow is also situated just 3km from the University of the West Indies Cave Hill campus, which makes us a perfect place for visiting students or parents.
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