Christmas/New Year: December 20 – January 06 Contact us for the rate
Rates are per night, accommodation only
Plus 10% Shared Economy Levy
Until confirmed rates may have changed without notice
Special conditions apply during Christmas/New Year
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About The Property
Nestled among the beachfront neighbourhood of Gibbs in the northern parish of St Peter, Shoestring is one of the newest additions to the villa rental market in Barbados.
Set against a backdrop of towering trees and aquamarine sea, the composition of this beachfront home celebrates Barbados’ vernacular wooden chattel house. Bold architectural layering with large living areas, surrounding louvre windows and oversized glass doors allows for extensive views of the garden and one of the island’s best beaches.
Smooth granite finishes juxtaposed next to glass provides a sophisticated and minimalistic composition and the straight lines and shape of the front entrance, hovering over a peaceful koi pond evokes a clear sense of sophisticated and modern tranquillity.
Expanded floor plans, minimal interior walls and an emphasis on views and daylight are the defining characteristics of Shoestring which offers an upper-level master suite built around a large glass shower enclosure and an unrivalled view of the sparkling Caribbean sea just steps away. An outdoor jacuzzi makes for good stargazing with the lapping shore as background music. The two additional lower level bedrooms are also en-suite, one boasting a cool tub with garden views.
All bedrooms are furnished with king size beds and are air-conditioned.
The open floor plan continues to the kitchen and living areas and lets an abundance of light fill the space. Light coloured wall surfaces, clean, modern detailing, uncluttered spaces and a neutral colour palette give the interior a calm, interesting appeal for those visitors who wish for more than just a place to lay their heads.
*No children under 18 allowed.
Shoestring is a beachfront home. 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.
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