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About The Old Sugar House

The Old Sugar House is a magnificent property built on the site of an old sugar storage barn situated above the famous ‘Mullins Beach’ on the West Coast of Barbados. This elegant yet informal private retreat provides all the comforts of home, complemented by the breathtaking surroundings of the Island, from the panoramic views over the plantation fields to the calm Caribbean Sea.

The space has been designed to flow effortlessly between the bedrooms, kitchen, living deck, dining areas, the bar, and outside to the swimming pool and sun terrace. Despite the large living area, there is a soothing, cocoon-like quality, which offers guests pure relaxation whatever the time of day. The six well-appointed bedrooms, all with en-suite bath or shower rooms, are generous in size and have AC, ceiling fans, hairdryers, and built-in wardrobes. Notably, the two master suites have their own private balconies, double sinks, indoor/outdoor showers and walk-in wardrobes.

Discover Bajan living at its best

The days pass effortlessly as you share meals together, unwind on sun loungers soaking up the sun, cool off in the swimming pool, enjoy cocktails in the outdoor jacuzzi whilst drinking in the magnificent views, or read, daydream, and relax in one of the many peaceful areas on the covered living deck. A family of monkeys often appear before breakfast or sunset and entertain you with their playful antics among the enchanting gardens.

When the urge to explore takes over, guests enjoy venturing out to the beautiful beaches, fun bars and rum shops, catching live music in nearby Speightstown or Holetown and experiencing the charming beauty of the island. Meeting the amiable, helpful locals and getting to know their island, one quickly understands why people return time after time.


As the sun lowers, cocktails and pre-dinner drinks at the bar await before another delicious shared meal together in the beautiful setting of the villa. The clamour of the beaches and bustling heat of the towns fade away until there is nothing but group laughter, the chorus of whistling frogs and the rustle of the breeze in the palm trees.

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Sally Jones

We took over The Old Sugar House for a holiday with friends, and it's incredible! The place itself was beautiful and the staff were fantastic! Definitely a holiday to remember. 

What Our Guests Say

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