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Modern 3 Bed House Pool Jacuzzi 500m to Beach

Mullins, Barbados
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3 Bed Townhouse Pool Jacuzzi 500m from Mullins Beach & Car Available Just Ask

Slip into the Bajan groove at One Battaleys Mews, a Colonial style townhouse with contemporary décor and high-tech comfort just a few minutes' walk, and 500 metres from one of the best-known beaches on Barbados, namely Mullins Beach with water sports, sun-bed hire, a children's play area in one area and within easy reach of the restaurants, shops, and entertainment of the West Coast.

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We have our own information site to find out more about the house and the island at One Battaleys Mews dot com

Though within easy reach of the restaurants, shops, and entertainment of the West Coast of the island, Battaleys Mews feels private and tranquil, tucked into a quiet neighbourhood in the parish of St. Peter.

Surrounded by exotic gardens, the mews abound with indigenous plants and One Battaleys is one of a handful of privately-owned properties within the estate. This three-bedroom house with its recently refurbished rooms keeps a 'home from home' feel while staying contemporary and practical.

Alongside the very well-equipped kitchen, the open-plan living area with contemporary seating and large dining table, and a washroom, the house has a terrace with a gas BBQ, ample seating, alongside the Jacuzzi plunge pool with all the bedrooms and bathrooms upstairs.

Parking for three cars is on the driveway.

The main bedroom has a large en-suite with bath and walk-in shower and balcony seating while the second and third bedrooms share a shower bathroom.
Bedroom three has twin beds that can be joined to make a third double. We also have two inflatable single airbeds which can be provided by prior arrangement.
All bedrooms have sensor-controlled air conditioning and all the windows have blinds and mosquito grills.
The mews have a security and administration office within the clubhouse.

Our housekeeper of many years, Tricia, is on hand and pops by every few days and can recommend on any trips or excursions, babysitting, chef or whatever you may need, as can we. We can recommend and point our guests in the right direction to find out more.

AT A GLANCE

Opposite: Mullins beach with sun beds available to rent; excellent for swimming, water sports and long walks before breakfast.


Try - Mullins Bar & Grill which is on the beach and serves food for a more casual lunch or drink at as the sun sets or try the Bombas Beach Bar, a short stroll north of the beach. This has recently become part of the Royal Westmoreland Hotel and a day pass is chargeable, where available, for approx $75 at time of writing.

Holetown - is just 10 minutes by car to the south and has many fine restaurants, a large well stocked international supermarket and the Limegrove shopping complex.

Speightstown: is 5 minutes to the north and has a supermarket, banks, and restaurants.

DISTANCE TO MULLINS BEACH IS 0.45 KM AND TAKES A FEW MINUTES TO WALK

DISTANCE FROM THE HOUSE TO THE CLUBHOUSE GYM & POOL IS A 1 MINUTE STROLL

THE SMALL GAS STATION 3 MINUTES FROM THE HOUSE HAS A CONVENIENCE STORE FOR BASICS, ICE, AND VARIOUS OTHER ITEMS.

BATH, BEACH & POOL TOWELS & BATH ROBES ARE AT THE HOUSE

BEDROOMS HAVE HAIR DRYERS & MAKEUP MIRRORS - READING LIGHTS

USB MAINS CHARGER ON SITE - BRING YOUR RELEVANT DEVICE CABLES

HOUSEKEEPER MAKES 3 VISITS PER 7 DAY STAY

FIBRE OPTIC BROADBAND Wi-Fi with BOOSTER REPEATERs

GAS BBQ

MOSQUITO GRILLS TO ALL WINDOWS

42" SMART HDTV with Live Streaming TV service with access to all channels worldwide - Amazon Netflix Apple Sky and more. There is also an Amazon Firestick & Apple TV

Plus Samsung Soundbar 2.1 Bluetooth Speaker System for TV and use of iPod or smartphone music playback via Bluetooth as well as portable Bose

SONY PS4 plus spare Sony 28" HD TV - Bring your own games

BOSE BLUETOOTH AUDIO SPEAKER

DIGITAL SAFE & AIR PRINT PRINTER

Site Manager - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. On site. Available on demand

Security - 24 hrs

Beach bars close by, Beach chairs and Parasols to hire at the beach for the shack at Mullins Beach

Toegang voor gasten
The whole house and gardens are for use by the guests and the clubhouse houses the pool, childrens pool, play area and treehouse, tennis courts, bar, office and small gym

Andere dingen waar je op moet letten
There are endless things to see and do in Barbados, its no wonder the island is one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean. However, there are a few cautions To keep in mind when visiting this vacation paradise.

Here are 19 things NOT to do in Barbados.

1. Don’t Wear CamouflageIt’s actually illegal for anyone but the Barbados Defense Force to don this style here.
2. Don’t Touch the Manchineel FruitManchineels are toxic! Don’t touch any fruit, or even sit under the boughs during a rain shower.
3.Don’t Sit Under a Ripe Coconut Tree
The impact of coconut to cranium can indeed be fatal.
4. Don’t Swim on the East Coast
The pounding surf has some dangerous currents and rip tides that make swimming ill-advised here.
5. Don’t Get Too Close to the Monkeys
Mama monkeys will get protective of their babies, and others can be a bit aggressive when it comes to their food.
6. Don’t Underestimate the Power of a Rum Punch
Take it easy, or you'll definitely feel a backlash from a Bajan rum punch bender the next day.
7. Don’t Sunbathe Topless
Public nudism is actually against the law here.
8. Don’t Stroll the Beaches at Night
Don’t set yourself up as a target, this relatively safe island isn't immune to the occasional mugging.
9. Don’t Disturb Nesting Sea Turtles
There are fines and prison sentences for people who disturb turtle nests.
10. Don’t Forget the Mosquito Repellent
The female aedes Aegypti mosquito can infect you with dengue fever.
11. Don’t Light a Fire on the Beach
It’s really not permitted in Barbados.
12. Don’t Step on a Sea Urchin
These needles are not venomous and will eventually dissolve, but they can cause an infection.
13. Don’t Dive or Snorkel Without a Marker
Use an inflatable marker that is clearly visible to the traffic hazards above.
14. Don’t Bring A Lot of Leather
The hot, humid, tropical climate can do a number on those leather shoes, belts and bags.
15. Don’t Forget, They Drive on the Left
Like their British colonial forefathers, Barbadians drive on the left hand side of the road.
16. Don’t Expect Things to Run on Time
There’s no sense of urgency here, so things might not run promptly like clockwork.
17. Don’t Flaunt Your Homosexuality
Homosexual acts are actually illegal in Barbados.
18. Don’t Do Drugs
Fines and jail time for possession and use of are enforced.
19. Don’t Be Complacent About Safety
Just like anywhere else, tourists can be easy targets, so just keep vigilant.
3 Bed Townhouse Pool Jacuzzi 500m from Mullins Beach & Car Available Just Ask

Slip into the Bajan groove at One Battaleys Mews, a Colonial style townhouse with contemporary décor and high-tech comfo…

Slaapkamerindeling

Slaapkamer 1
1 kingsize bed, 1 wieg
Slaapkamer 2
1 queensize bed
Slaapkamer 3
1 queensize bed
Gemeenschappelijke ruimtes
1 sofa, 1 vloermatras

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Mullins, Barbados

Rolling Hills And Sandy Bays - A Pocket-Sized Paradise

Barbados, a pocket-sized paradise approximately 21 by 14 miles, bursts with the charm and hospitality typical of many Caribbean islands, combined with an unmatched natural beauty. Underneath the old-world allure lies a modern infrastructure that includes internationally recognized restaurants, luxury retail brands, world-class banking facilities, high-speed internet, and global television. But it’s the warmth and friendliness of the Bajans that lures visitors back to the island year after year.

Barbados is relatively flat, with a diverse countryside and stunning beaches. Coral stone cliffs of 50 to 100 feet rise and fall along the Eastern coastline, separated by small sandy beaches and bays. The South and West Coasts are characterized by wide sandy beaches and the calm, turquoise Caribbean waters. The interior of the island ranges from lush gullies to rolling hills to vast cane fields and plantations.

The climate is warm and sunny all year, with an average daytime temperature ranging from 75 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit (24 to 30 degrees Celsius).

Barbados is the most easterly of the Caribbean islands, spared by most weather systems. Local currency is the Barbadian Dollar, which is conveniently tied to the US Dollar at a fixed rate of approximately 2:1.

Barbados is arguably the most beautiful host to any democracy on Earth – a place where local fishermen sit shoulder to shoulder with international celebrities in rum bars built on stilts overlooking palm-fringed bays, an isle where the great outdoor happy go lucky Caribbean culture is celebrated communally by rich and poor alike.

Go for a week – you’ll want to stay longer
The reason – Barbados has year-round sunshine, stunning beaches, friendly locals, a plethora of eateries for all budgets, and it’s safe to leave your house or hotel and wander around. Public buses, ghetto blasters blaring, stop and the driver asks if you’d like a lift; roadside rum shacks look like sheds but offer a truly warm welcome; taxi drivers become your friends; alfresco five-star cliff-side dining has a canopy to protect you from the rain in seconds; and there’s the most beautiful beach in the world – the Crane.

Combined with daily flights from all over the world and only eight hours in the air, from London, it’s a very doable destination for just a one-week holiday – although you’ll want to stay much longer.

A feast for the senses and little green monkeys
Barbados is many people's all-time favourite holiday destination. It may be a small island, but there’s an enormous amount on offer: culture, history, beautiful scenery and friendly people. One can play golf, shop, dine well and sample the energetic nightlife.

But it has many simpler outings – a stroll in the mysterious depths of the Welchman Hall Gully, where it’s likely you will glimpse green monkeys, or viewing the beauty of the Andromeda Botanic Gardens.Go to Bathsheba, on the east coast, for the best lunchtime view in the world, at the Atlantis Hotel.

Take beach walks, the bright turquoise sea and soft, warm sand, eating freshly chopped papaya and mango.

Barbados truly is a feast for the senses. You may leave counting the days until you return?

Welcome to a kind, friendly, reggae-filled paradise
Many destinations have stunning scenery, great food, fine weather and atmosphere. Of course, the Caribbean islands have all of this, but the relaxed and generous approach of the local people really takes Barbados to the next level. On a previous trip I ended up chatting with three Bajan water sports instructors at a local hotel. They invited my brother and I to drink beer and watch cricket all day in their workers’ hut while teaching us how to water ski for free when they had no customers. What other holiday destination can boast locals with that kind of natural kindness?

Another unforgettable experience is riding the small yellow buses around the island. For just BBD$1 you can travel from one side of Barbados to another, with reggae music blasting through the bus. I’m sure there are safer journeys. However, you feel like you aren’t killing time when you are travelling this way!
Rolling Hills And Sandy Bays - A Pocket-Sized Paradise

Barbados, a pocket-sized paradise approximately 21 by 14 miles, bursts with the charm and hospitality typical of many Caribbean islands, combine…

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Lid sinds december 2014
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This is a house that is owned within our family and we merely rent it out to cover the costs for keeping it there. We recently completed a refurbishment and it has everything a traveller would need We can point you in the direction of car hire, transfers and our local housekeeper, Tricia, will meet you and help with anything you may want need , from a chef to a massage or horse riding, sailing and anything else
This is a house that is owned within our family and we merely rent it out to cover the costs for keeping it there. We recently completed a refurbishment and it has everything a tra…
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The house is looked after by Tricia who has been with us for many years now. Tricia can help with anything you may need, whether it's cooking, cleaning, trips, taxis, babysitting...........anything within reason and just ask before you arrive. Tricia will meet you at the house on arrival and then be pop by to clean and help with anything you need

Tricia can arrange babysitting, cooking and much more which you can discuss and pay for directly with her if required.
The house is looked after by Tricia who has been with us for many years now. Tricia can help with anything you may need, whether it's cooking, cleaning, trips, taxis, babysitting..…
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