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On Barbados’ south coast, Sea Breeze Beach House is brushed by 300 metres of sugar-white sands, so you can swim and sunbathe whenever you feel like it. And, since this tropical resort is all-inclusive, all your meals, snacks and drinks are already paid for. You can eat your way around six bars and restaurants, where you’ll find fresh seafood, succulent steaks and flavour-filled Bajan specialities. Afterwards, you can wash it all down with a fruity rum cocktail.
It’s not just the food that’s covered by the all-inclusive set-up – loads of activities are part of the deal at Sea Breeze Beach House. You can swim in a trio of pools, or enjoy a relaxing soak in one of the adults-only hot tubs. Head to the beach for complimentary watersports like kayaking and windsurfing, or sail out to sea on a Hobie Cat. If you’d prefer something a little more sedate, why not stretch out with a yoga class or go horseback riding across the island? Sample some local flavours in a rum-tasting session or, if you’re feeling creative, join one of the hotel’s painting class.
Children of all ages will love staying at Sea Breeze Beach House. They can splash about in the family pool, and run wild on the powdery beach. Kids aged four to 11 can play at Lil Dipper’s Kids’ Club, where there’s a variety of games and activities, as well as arts and crafts. Meanwhile, older ones can play table tennis and chill out in Shore Break Teens’ Lounge. If you’re travelling with fussy little eaters, don’t worry – every à la carte restaurant at Sea Breeze Beach House has a menu for children. And, when you fancy a night to yourself, the resort’s babysitting service is on hand to help you relax.
Serving up Bajan specialities and international favourites, Mahogany Lounge offers a delicious buffet for breakfast and lunch. In the evenings, there are buffet and à la carte options, as well as regular beach barbecues.
Feast on net-fresh seafood and premium steaks at Aqua Terra. You can dine inside or al fresco at this laidback spot, which is open for lunch and dinner.
Boasting stunning sea views, this romantic restaurant prides itself on its seasonal à la carte menu, featuring local ingredients from nearby farms and fisheries. Cerulean is open for dinner, and it’s best to book.
Tucked between the beach and the family pool, this casual spot serves up everything from grilled meats and made-to-order pizzas, to rich pastas and crunchy salads.
Celebrating something special? Request a candlelit table for two on the beach, where you can dine under a star-filled sky. Or you could ask for a picnic to be made up for you, to take to the beach.
Open daily from 10am until 11pm, this laidback café has something for every time of day. Stop by for coffee and pastries in the morning, ice-cream in the afternoon, and Bajan rum punch in the evening.
Five Bars is sandwiched between the pool and the beach – so it’s perfectly places for poolside beers and pre-dinner cocktails. There’s often evening entertainment, too, if you fancy a night of dancing.
Sea Breeze Beach House is home to 122 rooms and suites, each featuring chic designs and bright pops of Caribbean colour. Whichever room you choose, you can expect to find a comfy bed, a spacious bathroom, and a furnished balcony or terrace. Little extras – like luxury toiletries and an iPod docking station – complete the home-from-home feel.
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