An 18-hole Jim Fazio-designed golf course with spectacular vistas
Every villas has a private pool
Golf carts are used to get around the 1,200-acre resort
Privacy, privacy, privacy
What To Know
All villas come with a kitchen, but you must order food in advance
Use of some facilities at nearby Pink Sands Club resort may be unavailable during busy periods
Round-trip connecting flights from Barbados are expensive ($500), but are included in stays of seven days or more
VIP service for guests connecting in Barbados eases the way through customs and onto a connecting flight
Parking on site
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Ultra-private, all-villa hideaway for millionaires—and those who just want to live like one
Your personal on-call butler greets you from the doorway as you motor up the lush flower-lined driveway of your secluded villa. All the Estate’s villas are privately owned, but 15 of them are available for overnight guests. Each is enormous, ranging from approximately 3,500 to over 10,000 square feet, and most are designed in a charming Caribbean colonial style (think plantation shutters, natural wood accents, lazy overhead fans, and sliding doors) with two to eight bedrooms and a full kitchen. A few of the larger, more expensive villas are each uniquely designed and come with a separate guest cottage, perfect for in-laws or a traveling nanny. No matter your preference, every villa has its own pool with mesmerizing views of reef-protected Carenage Bay. In addition to four on-site restaurants and bars, golf carts for getting around, an incredibly scenic 18-hole golf course, and a delightful, well-equipped club for kids and teens, a plethora of non-motorized water sports and airport transfers included in your rate. Planning (or planning on planning) a destination wedding? The picturesque 19th-century Anglican Church on the grounds is now a wedding chapel.
In the Area
Estate guests are welcome at the Pink Sands Club, a hotel under the same management on the grounds of the Estate which features a full spa, gym, five additional restaurants and bars, infinity pool, and a manicured beach lined with lounge chairs and pink umbrellas. The Tamarind Beach Hotel, on the other side of the island, has more restaurants and bars to choose from. The Pink Sands Club can arrange for Estate guests to take a shopping trip by catamaran to the nearby island of Mustique or to go snorkeling with sea turtles at nearby Tobago Cays.