Christmas/New Year: December 20 – January 10
US$1,750 Minimum stay 14 nights
Winter: January 11 – April 14 2021
1 bedroom (up to 2 people): US$1,200
2 bedrooms (up to 4 people): US$1,350
3 bedrooms (up to 6 people): US$1,550 Minimum stay 7 nights
Summer: April 15 – December 14 2021
1 bedroom (up to 2 people): US$900
2 bedrooms (up to 4 people): US$1,000
3 bedrooms (up to 6 people): US$1,200 Minimum stay 5 nights
Rates are per night, accommodation only
Plus 10% Accommodation Levy, 1.5% service fee
Until confirmed rates may have changed without notice
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About The Property
Schooner Bay 307 The Lookout is a superb two-storey beach front condo featuring three centrally air-conditioned bedrooms. Each bedroom has a luxurious en suite bathroom with marble tiling throughout. The master and main guest bathrooms feature twin sinks, whirlpool baths and separate corner showers. The master bedroom on the upper level opens on to a private terrace with magnificent sea views. The two bedrooms on the main level also open on to a balcony overlooking the sea.
Schooner Bay is a low density building with just four floors and offers an idyllic beach front living experience. Guests benefit from assigned parking, as well as sun loungers and umbrellas around the pool and on the beach. The property features lovely landscaped gardens, a communal swimming pool, a small fitness room and direct access to a beautiful white sand beach. The secure gated community is located just a few minutes’ walk into Speightstown, with an array of charming seaside restaurants, cafes, bars, shops, a local supermarket, fish market as well as fruit and vegetable stalls lining the main street.
Schooner Bay 307 is a beachfront property. It should be noted that beaches change their shape and size from day to day, week to week and month to month, mainly as a response to seasonal waves, currents and tides. Every effort has been made to depict the beach in front of this property, but temporary changes may occur.
Barbados managed to keep the island safe from community spread of the COVID-19 virus for much of 2020 through its strict travel protocols. But then the island experienced its first measurable COVID-19 spread at the start of the Christmas holidays. As a result, restrictions on both local and international movement in and out of...Read More