Fall asleep to the meditation of the Atlantic waves rolling into the bay. Wake up to the energizing sunrise, step onto your balcony and breathe in the fresh sea spray. Walk across the carpet grass in the garden full of coconut palms and sea grapes and enjoy our home made breakfast and fresh coffee in our open air Mamu’s Café.
Our 25 eco-conscious apartments are lodged in Woman’s Bay in Inch Marlow, directly overlooking the world famous Surfer’s Point which is ranked as one of the best places to learn to surf.
The apartments are mostly studios but we also have one to three bedroom for families or groups. All apartments are simply furnished with AC, free WIFI, full kitchen and queen size beds. The ocean side apartments have amazing views of the shoreline and the garden view have partial ocean view.
What’s really exciting for us is that in 2014 we invested in 53 acres in the rain forest area of Barbados to create a fruit forest and farm where we grow most of the food served in the café, but more importantly we are preserving and maintaining our green area.
We provide memories that last a lifetime. Many of our guests are return visitors. Our mission is to provide guests with relaxation, peace of mind, and an authentic local experience that is environmentally and economically sustainable. You contribute to our social and environmental mission simply by staying with us.
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When is the best time to visit?
Barbados has a mild tropical climate with average temperature of 28C and has been known as a recuperative destination from the 1800’s when it was a British colony. The dry season is normally from Jan-June and the rainy season from July to December with September and October the rainiest months.
For surfing; there is almost always a break in Barbados and our location (and nearby Freight’s Bay) is excellent for beginners, a 3-5 day surf break is what a lot of our USA guest enjoy. Mid-Dec March is good for kitesurfing and for our rain forest tour and hikes from January to August.