Bonita Bay / Bridgetown
Plot Size: 2800 m2
Bonita Bay is one of the most recently developed and arguably one of the very best luxury beachfront villas available in Barbados. Situated in the heart of the West Coast in Derricks, St. James, Villa Bonita is located on the plot over 2800 sq m. The villa has stunning sunset views over the ocean from nearly every room and access to an intimate beach with calm water. An interior pool courtyard and six bedrooms spread out across the main house and a cottage guarantee privacy. You will relax under the Caribbean sun on the beachfront deck with loungers and a sitting area or in the interior courtyard that’s ringed with chaise lounges. Take a swim in the ocean or the saltwater pool and enjoy cocktails and local specialties at the al-fresco dining area. Media room and cinema rooms also the library with Wi-Fi are at your disposal.
Contemporary and chic, the interiors of Villa Bonita convey beach style without ever resorting to cliché. In the living room, which is open to the ocean at one end and the courtyard at the other, plush rugs recall the soft sand outside, the veins in stone panels on the wall echo the shape of waves washing up on shore and sculptural driftwood and artwork are more direct nods to the beauty of the seaside. Soft blue walls and white upholstered chairs with Lucite legs give the dining room an almost ethereal vibe and flat white cabinets and mirrored backsplashes add minimalist glam to the fully equipped kitchen.
There are four bedrooms in the main house, all with en-suite bathrooms, and two further bedrooms with a shared bathroomare located in the cottage. In the main house, there are three bedrooms with king size beds, including the master suite, which has a walk-in closet and private balcony with ocean views. The fourth bedroom has two twin beds. In the cottage, one bedroom has a king bed and the other has two twin beds.
Main House - Upper Floor
Bedroom 1 King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower and tub, Dual vanity, Walk-in Closet, Private Balcony, Ocean view
Bedroom 2 King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Private balcony, Ocean view
Bedroom 3 2 Twin size beds (Can be joined together), Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Juliet balcony, Ocean view
Bedroom 4 King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower
Cottage - Ground floor
Bedroom 5 King size bed, Jack & Jill bathroom shared with bedroom 6, Private balcony, Pool view
Bedroom 6 2 Twin size beds (Can be joined together), Jack & Jill bathroom shared with bedroom 5
Fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar
Formal dining area with seating for 12
Wi-Fi internet high speed property wide
Beachfront Direct beach access
Caribbean ocean views
Saltwater swimming pool
Gazebo Alfresco dining for 12
Private courtyard with lounge area
Gated private security
Included in the price
House Manager/Concierge Services
Night Security Guard
Extra cost (advance notice may be required):
Activities and excursions
Private event celebrations* and Weddings*
Audio / visual equipment and service*
*Additional costs apply
All prices are subject to change and will be confirmed at time of the booking.
A land of contrasts, part of Barbados' unique charm comes from the old world happily coexisting with the new. Glass and marble offices stand next to brightly painted rum shops, satellite dishes festoon traditional wooden chattel houses, and high tech SUVs drive alongside donkey carts. Bordered by the calm waters of the Caribbean Sea on the West, and by the tumultuous Atlantic Ocean on the East, just driving from one coast to the other is an experience with breath-taking scenery. Affectionately known as 'Little England', a certain British-ness pervades daily life, from place names (Clapham, Dover, Hastings & Lancaster are a few) to driving on the left, roundabouts and afternoon tea.
There is an abundance of fine restaurants on the island that offer local cuisine, seafood and continental cuisine. The wide range of dining options available in Barbados ensures that there is something to suit every taste.
Beaches: On the calmer west coast, palms sway on white sandy shores while the azure waters lap gently at the shore.
Heading south you'll continue to find flawless sandy Barbados beaches protected by coral reefs.
Along the east coast the beaches are wide and wind-blown. Here the shore is pounded by the Atlantic making it a delight for the surfers who come from all over the world.
In the north, coral and sandstone cliffs rise straight out of the sea reaching up to a hundred feet in height. But even here, you'll find the occasional sheltered cove.
The Flower Forest - 53.6 acres of beautiful paths, trees and flowers, with 7 acres of wild garden in the Barbados ‘Scotland District’ 750 ft above sea level!
Welchman Hall Gully is a must see attraction for nature lovers!
Atlantis Submarines offers an unforgettable undersea expedition!
Golf: Golfers can choose from among some of the best championship courses in the Caribbean.
Barbados Golf Club: This 6,805 yard par 72 Championship golf course is the work of experienced golf course designer Ron Kirby.
Rockley Golf Club: Par 70, 5610 yd course on Barbados' south coast. Testing all abilities of golfers.
Royal Westmoreland: A members only golf club offering special arrangements for some hotels is also one of the world's most exciting resort courses, complete with a spa, tennis, restaurants and golf villas.
Sandy Lane: Choose from one of three courses - The Old Nine, the Country Club Course and the Green Monkey Course. The 2 latter courses were both designed by Tom Fazio.
Other facilities available at Sandy Lane include restaurant, spa, tennis, children's club and watersports.
Apes Hill Club: The championship golf course at Apes Hill Club boasts of sparkling lakes, lush pasture land and coral stoned quarries.
Diving: Barbados offers an array of both wreck and reef dive sites, and there are several well-trained, experienced and professional dive operators to lead you to them.
Wrecks form fascinating habitats for marine life and Barbados has several excellent sites for wreck diving. Carlisle Bay, with 200 reported wrecks, and the Stavronikita, located at Folkestone Marine Park, are two of the most popular sites.
Snorkling: The barrier reefs, located 1/2 - 2 miles from shore contain large coral heads which form the habitat for thousands of beautiful fish and are perfect for snorkeling.
Cycling: Riding down the roads framed by lush, tropical vegetation into a "surfer's paradise", Bathsheba, or cruising along the East Coast Road, there is always something to catch the eye. It's breathtaking!
Horse Riding: Local riding centres offer a variety of trail rides and exciting scenic rides along the beach for those with any level of experience.
Fishing: There is a fleet of Cabin Cruisers available for charter. Most charters include drinks, all tackle and bait. Contact one of the Operators to arrange your fishing trip or coastal cruise.
Kayaking: For those who want to experience this adventure on calming waters the west coast is ideal. For a more exciting adventure journey to the south coast where you can rent kayaking gear from many of the watersports shops there. Surfers Point on the southern tip of Barbados is a fantastic location for kayaking and other watersports.
Surfing: As Barbados is a Coral island, a coral reef stretches all around Barbados' coastline, providing for unlimited surfing conditions all over.
Swimming with seaturtles: Join El Tigre Cruises to swim and snorkel with the friendly sea turtles and over a neighbouring coral reef. This is the perfect cruise for families with small children.
Windsurfing: Besides Hawaii, Barbados is one of the best wave windsurfing spots of the world. The chances of wind are high and the waves are perfect for jumping and waveriding in sideshore winds.
Bonita Bay is Barbados’ newest lavish private villa destination. Perched on Paynes Bay Beach on the west coast of St James, the home feels wonderfully bespoke for its charming enclave beside a serene bay only known by local fishermen, yet is conveniently only 16 miles from Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI),2.5 miles from Holetown and appealing to golfers 1.5 miles from championship golf of Green Monkey Golf Course.