Bellevue Plantation Estate
Waterford, St.Michael, Barbados - 6 bedroom villa
|This is Bellevue Planation Estate House a perfect blend of traditional with modern.||The formal living area which provides guests with a spectacular view of the country-side and the magnificent sunsets while sipping cocktails.||Another shot of the living room area which leads to the patio.|
Bellevue Plantation Estate House is a spectacular, remodelled estate house nestled in a secluded clutch of mahogany trees at the end of an unmarked road carefully designed for privacy.
The visitor is welcomed by a sense of security and privacy with large imposing gates at the entrance. There is also the cool tranquillity of the large trees which provide shade during hot summer days. The sprawling lawns offer an additional space for outdoor activity.
On the Southern side of the property lies lush green vegetation which provides added lustre to the sweeping landscape and spectacular view as the gully makes its way westward-hence the origin of the name which means "beautiful view".
|Within the entrance hall and formal living area with its polished wooden floors, you will find a variety of antique pieces.||This large family room and study, features a mosaic of the island of Barbados.||Lower level living room and study.|
Adjacent to Bellevue Estate House is the Belle Plantation House which once hosted members of the British Royal family. The property has a rich history and was constructed during the 18th century between 1735 and 1750.
It was named Anton Hall and was owned by such illustrious persons as the Downings, the Connells and the Collymores and the most recent previous owner Dr. Arno Treeloff.
The current owners remodelling and modernizing of the building have managed to maintain many features of the original Barbadian style. A sweeping dual stairway leading to the large, wrap-around verandah on the second level, provides guests with a spectacular view of the countryside and the magnificent sunsets while sipping cocktails.
|This formal dining room opens onto the dining terrace.||The formal dining area looking onto the bar area of this Barbados villa.||The stairs leading from the large, wrap around formal living room down to the lower level of the villa.|
As you enter the grounds you will be struck by the grandeur and grace of years gone by. Within the entrance hall and formal living area there are polished wooden floors and a variety of antique pieces.
There is a master suite and three other guest suites on this level. These are all air-conditioned and three of them open onto balconies. On the lower level are two guest suites, a large family room featuring a mosaic design of the island of Barbados and a study room.
There are two large and elegant dining tables ideally suited for holding board meetings. The formal dining room opens onto the dining terrace. An unusual bar is nestled in a casual eating and lounging patio. This patio overlooks a large pool and deck, surrounded by a luxuriant garden and mature mahogany trees.
Bellevue provides a perfect blend of traditional with modern and it will charm its way in to your heart.
Weekly Rates (excl. 7.5% VAT): # of persons: 1-8 9-12 13-14 15-16 May 1 - December 14: $ 5,250 $ 6,650 $ 7,350 $ 8,050 December 15 - April 15: $ 7,000 $10,500 $11,900 $13,300 Christmas/New Year's: $17,500 $17,500 $21,000 $21,000 Bellevue Six Bedrooms for Functions: $10,500
Location: Waterford, St. Michael, Barbados
Staff: Cook, Gardener, Laundress, Housekeeper
Amenities: Air Conditioning, Bar, Cable TV, Ceiling Fans, Furnished, Internet, Ocean View, Outdoor Dining, Patio, TV
Special info: None
|This master suite is air-conditioned and opens onto a balcony which overlooks the pool area and deck.||The 3rd bedroom which also has its own balcony that looks onto the gardens.||This 1st bedroom located to the left of the master bedroom on the upper level also has a balcony.|
|This wrap-around verandah on the second level looks out onto the garden area.||This patio overlooks a large pool and deck, surrounded by a luxuriant garden and mature mahogany trees.||Bellevue Plantation pool and deck area.|