New Edgewater Hotel

Address: Bathsheba Beach, Bathsheba, Barbados | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Bathsheba Beach, Bathsheba, is near Zed's Surfing Adventures, Andromeda Botanic Gardens, Welchman Hall Gully, and Flower Forest.
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Travel Blogs from Bathsheba


A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Jan 22, 2015

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... 270,000 to 280,000 and the 'beard' for which the Portuguese named Barbados has become the epiphytes on the banyan tree rather than the moss on the rocks.

The old British signal station, one of six on the island is nothing special, and we don't see any of the advertised green monkeys at the adjacent Wildlife Preserve. Our next and final stop, Colleton House, a National Trust Property, is more interesting. In 1646, Sir John Colleton, ...

The sea can be a cruel master..........

A travel blog entry by kayyendole on Feb 03, 2014

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... the rum shacks, we stopped for photographs from a view point which gave an incredible view to the harbour below and a great picture from above of our ship.

The north east point is elevated with Mount Hillabe at 1,115 feet the island's highest point where incredible views to the Atlantic were captured . The coast is fringed with coral reefs, A former British colony Barbados is in the ...

That will be $50 please

A travel blog entry by bettya52 on May 18, 2013

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... we know and also those that are new.

We jump off bus and its even hotter so there's no chance of us moving very fast at all. We have to pick up water as we saunter along, it's thirsty work.

On arrival at the market we're faced with an array of options, including things we've never seen before but mum is on hand to enlighten us. We buy a couple of bags of veg from a stall run by two very helpful and friendly ...

Where the heck are we?

A travel blog entry by fxdacat on Dec 06, 2011

25 photos

... this place. This was by far the best looking beach of the whole trip.

The next beach we decided to visit was Bottom Bay. According to the guidebook this is suppose to be beautiful beach where photographers take pictures for travel magazines and beauty ads. Again, it took some finding and parking was a little difficult to find but we got there. The beach was small ...

A Day on the East Coast

A travel blog entry by wnrdog on Apr 17, 2011

4 comments, 7 photos

... herbs, and the most gigantic eggplant "trees." We crossed the property to the pasture, where the retired horse and sheep hang out all day with the chickens. There are more citrus trees to the side of the pool, and Judy introduced us to her bay tree. The only bay leaves I've ever seen are those dried up, crumbly ones my mom used to put in a stew recipe. These leaves, however, were incredibly odorlicious! I'll be stuffing a few in my bag for cooking when ...