Plum Tree Club on Rockley Golf Course

Address: Rockley Golf & Country Club, Worthing, Barbados | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rockley Golf & Country Club, Worthing, is near Rockley Beach, Barbados Concorde Experience, Beaches of Worthing, and Barbados Golf Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Worthing

      'A FOREST', AN 'ABBEY' AND THE RICH & FAMOUS

      A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Jan 14, 2015

      16 photos

      ... to be founded by the owner's mother. (I should have guessed when I saw the ceramic signs and the clay magnets in the gift shop.) Actually, the introduction of pottery in the garden is a nice touch; I especially liked the pique-assiette pavement. Of course, we saw some amazing plants. There is not a single cherry tree on (the misnamed) Cherry Tree Hill, although the view of the Atlantic is spectacular. We stopped for pictures on our way to ...

      An adventurous day!

      A travel blog entry by aguerin02 on Jun 27, 2013

      2 comments, 26 photos

      ... boat. Rob went along as the photographer and I stayed on the beach as my leg stung like mad in the salt water. The water was smooth and calm, the exact opposite if what we had seen earlier in the day on the east coast.
      After leaving the beach, we had a swim in our own pool, which feels like a bath! The back of the property is like a little corner of paradise : private, pretty, inviting and comfortable.
      we cleaned up and decided to eat out. We found Just Grillin, ...

      Pink Sand and Shark Bites

      A travel blog entry by loveandtravel on Jan 18, 2012

      9 photos

      ... the name escapes me however. Anyway, the Shark Bite was a rum punch that was, um, very well made. To really get the party going, they started pouring drinks into people's mouths...I participated, of course.

      After food and drinks, we laid out on the beach and took in some sun. Then, we decided to try out the rope swing. I was a little nervous to do it, but once I did, I ...

      I Don't Like Cricket, I Love It

      A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jan 13, 2012

      ... colder than what we'd had this last fortnight.

      Would I go on the Ventura again? Probably not. There was nothing at all wrong with the ship, the food, the entertainment or the service. No, it was none of that. Maybe it was because there were just too many people, yet we didn't make any friends or have a favourite hang-out this time. What is it they say about being lonely in a crowd? No, give me the smaller ships any ...

      Global Warming

      A travel blog entry by traveladdicts on Nov 10, 2011

      26 photos

      ... and cotton as well as a prized defence system, 26 British forts along the coast. And though Barbados gained full independence in 1966, British influence is still strong especially when it comes to cricket.

      In and around the capital city of Bridgetown, there were excellent buys on jewellery, watches and rum – according to the sellers. We bought nothing. But we were amazed by the king sized Scotia Bank near the ...