St. Nicholas Abbey is located in the parish of St. Peter, which is in the northern side of the island. There are several delightful hotels and villas nearby, as well as seaside restaurants and other attractions to help you make a day of your visit to the North.
Waverly is a charming coralstone townhouse wonderfully located on the beach in the centre of the wide sweeping bay of Gibbs, on the Caribbean coast of Barbados. The calm aquamarine water is perfect for swimming, and the bay offers an endless expanse of white sand for strolling or just soaking up a wonderful tan. Learn more about Waverly Villa Barbados.
Sugar Cane Club & Spa
This intimate adult-only boutique hotel offers both all-inclusive and room-only accommodation in an unforgettable ambiance. From the moment you arrive, you will realize this is no ordinary hotel. Seamlessly combining Mediterranean architecture and lush Barbados tropical beauty, Sugar Cane Club offers you a completely unique Caribbean holiday experience. Learn more about Sugar Cane Club.
Little Good Harbour
Little Good Harbour is a family-run hotel located on a serene stretch of the Caribbean Sea. The property offers the best of both worlds; enjoy the exclusivity of a private villa combined with the customary comforts of a hotel. With a range of one, two and three-bedroom suites and cottages, Little Good Harbour offers the ideal accommodation for couples, families and groups. Learn more about Little Good Harbour Barbados.
The Fish Pot
The Fish Pot Restaurant, located within the old Fort, sits directly on the water’s edge just north of Speightstown. An open-air covered terrace offers uninterrupted views of the Caribbean Sea, while the airy, informal dining rooms feature large picture windows facing toward the horizon. Finished with coral stone walls, eclectic artwork and a relaxed island vibe, the Fish Pot Restaurant is an ideal setting for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Learn more about The Fish Pot.
Animal Flower Cave
The Animal Flower Cave is located at the most northerly point of Barbados in the parish of St. Lucy. The name "Animal Flower Cave" comes from the sea anemones found in the pools of the cave. Some of these pools are deep enough for you to swim in. There are also several openings looking out to sea, offering spectacular views! The walls of the Cave are full of interesting formations which have been coloured green and brown by oxidation of copper and iron. Be sure to also stop in at the Pirates Tavern bar and restaurant... reportedly serving the best lemonade in Barbados! Learn more about the Animal Flower Cave and its restaurant.