15 Jan 2019 - 16 Jan 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Speightstown is steeped in history being on of the main ports for the ships arriving from England in the 1600's. Now it boasts great local restaurants, beach bars, art gallery, market vendors with fresh fruit and vegetables and of course beaches. A short bus ride away and you will be there.
I had the pleasure of staying in Speightstown during my visit to Barbados and I really fell in love with the area. It seemed much more authentic than the cruise port of Bridgetown. There were a lot of great little local eateries and bars and the beach was pretty too!
Located along the north-west coast of Barbados, Speightstown is one of the islands major towns and boasts a long and intruiging history. Visit Arlington House Museum, an eighteenth century house with three floors of exhibits and interactive features.