Christmas/New Year: December 20 – January 10 US$2,000
Winter: January 11 – April 14 2022 US$1,400
Rates are per night, accommodation only
Plus 10% Accommodation Levy, 1% service fee
Until confirmed rates may have changed without notice
Special conditions apply during Christmas/New Year
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About The Property
Smugglers Cove was designed with the ultimate in luxury living in mind, with both indoor and outdoor living spaces, direct beachfront access, private gardens and a swimming pool, while also having the peace of mind provided by 24-hour security, and CCTV.
This exclusive low density development offers just seven spectacular two and three bedroom apartments, all built to the highest standards including luxurious bedrooms and quality European kitchens. An on-site property manager, Lana, is available to help with any questions or requests you may have.
Smugglers Cove 1 is a ground floor 3 bedroom end unit occupying 3,100 sq ft of living space. Its position and layout make it absolutely ideal for outdoor dining, as guests can relax and entertain under clear skies on the spacious lanai.
Olivette is your cook/housekeeper and she works 6 days a week. She will prepare breakfast and lunch for you each day and if you wish her to prepare dinner as well you can pay her directly.
Smugglers Cove is situated just 30 minutes for the Grantley Adams International airport, and just fifteen minutes from the island’s capital, Bridgetown. It is just over a 5 minute drive to the local shopping area of Holetown, where you’ll find the supermarket, banks, shops and boutiques, bars and restaurants, the medical centre and all necessary amenities. Numerous fine dining restaurants are all within a few minutes drive away.
Smugglers Cove is located on arguably the best beach in Barbados with safe swimming, ample water sports and long leisurely walks on the powder white sand. During the day the Pool and Beach attendants will place your sun beds and umbrellas on the beach for you.
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