The waterfront resort of Port Ferdinand Marina boasts some 16 acres of luxury amenities, private yacht berths and marina-view residences. Nestled on the northwest coast of Barbados, this stunning complex is pleasingly 'off the beaten track', whilst providing all the glamour you'd expect from a luxury Caribbean holiday.
Elegant one, two and three-bedroom serviced residences all benefit from private, oversized balconies, affording scenic marina views out over moored luxury yachts. Interiors are modern and beautifully appointed, with modern kitchens featuring granite worktops and high quality appliances lending a luxury 'home from home' feel.
At the heart of the resort is Pool Island, where you can swim, relax or enjoy lunch and cocktails at the poolside bar. There's also direct access to Six Men's Bay, a charming beach where soft golden sands are lapped by the clear waters of the Caribbean Sea. For fans of watersports, everything from paddleboards to waterskiing is on offer.
An oasis of tranquility and pampering await at The Spa, whilst the innovative golf-simulator allows guests to play on virtually any world renowned course.
The fantastic kids' club features both a high-tech indoor area and an outdoor club located at the base of a 60ft waterfall; a thrilling place to splash around next to the private playground and Reading Tree. All activities take place under the watchful eye of dedicated staff and there is a separate safe play area for toddlers.
Barbados's newest fine-dining restaurant is 13°/59°, offering sumptuous Bajan ingredients with a contemporary twist. Alternatively, the gourmet dockside delicatessen stocks fresh fruit, seafood, fine wines, cheeses and even your morning cup of coffee, all of which can be served by the dock or taken home to enjoy later. Nearby Speightstown also boasts some fantastic places to eat, including its own fish fry, which is a real treat!
If you wish, a complimentary water taxi will take you to sister resort Saint Peter’s Bay, where you are welcome to use all of the facilities. Between May and October sea turtles amass and alight on the beach here to lay their eggs; a real 'must see'.