Explore stunning villas in Holetown, Barbados
Beautiful Holetown is the second-largest city in Barbados and is a popular destination for exploring an authentic part of the island, while still enjoying the luxury that the west coast is renowned for. Our Holetown villas are the homes that Caribbean vacation dreams are made of, boasting stunning sea views, easy access to the beaches of St James parish, and incredible in-home amenities, including private pools, home gyms, and movie theatres.
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Beach days are a quintessential Barbados vacation experience and with our beach houses in Holetown, you can enjoy the sea and sand right on your doorstep. Ideal for couples and families, our Holetown beach homes sleep from 2 to 6 people, with luxurious amenities including home theatres and private pools.
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Barbados’ airport is called Grantley Adams International Airport, and it is16.7 miles away from Holetown. The drive from the airport to Holetown takes around 36 minutes.
In Holetown itself, there is one beach, called Holetown Beach. There are. However, a plethora of other wonderful beaches within a few kilometers of Holetown, including Payne’s Beach, one of the most beloved beaches in Barbados. Also nearby are Sandy Lane and Alleynes Bay, along the stretch of Barbados coastline known as the Platinum Coast for its magnificent white-sand coastline.
The best time to visit Holetown to experience beautiful weather is during the northern hemisphere winter, between December and April. With long daylight hours, dry sunny days, and low humidity, conditions are perfect for enjoying the attractions of Barbados.
February is also a great time to visit Holetown because it is the month of the annual Holetown Festival. The week-long event commemorates the English settlement of Holetown in 1627 and showcases the customs, cultures, and traditions of Barbados.
To book Holetown rentals, simply visit our listing page, where you see all of our Holetown villas. Enter your travel dates to see which homes are available, and then you can reserve or book the home that you choose. You can also get in touch with our awesome Travel Planners if you want any further assistance.
Owing to its island location, Barbados is renowned for its seafood, and Holetown is no exception. Local places to grab some fresh fish include Surfside Restaurant and Bar, Zaccios Restaurant, and The Tides. If seafood is not your thing, The Beach House and Just Grillin’ also both in Holetown, offer a range of international and local Barbadian cuisine. First and Second streets in Holetown are the epicenter of nightlife and dining, and you’ll find a fantastic selection of restaurants and bars there.
One of Holetown’s central attractions is the boardwalk, which is an excellent spot for a seaside stroll or a sunset view over the water. The sea around Holetown and its beach is often calm and tranquil, making it the ideal spot for a dip or to enjoy some fantastic snorkeling.
If you are in the mood to party, First and Second streets are the places to be, particularly on weekends. Holetown also has 2 shopping malls, as well as Chattel Street where you can find an array of gift and craft shops in brightly colored beach huts.
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