Codrington College - is the oldest Anglican theological college in the Western Hemisphere and many priests in the Caribbean have trained here. Not only is it a college for religious learning, it has a very picturesque setting where on the 5-acre property there are numerous views of the island and a beautiful lily pond where you can not only take photos but feed the fish as well.
The Bay Tavern – renowned for the Thursday seafood lime.
Lemon Arbour – most renowned for its Saturday afternoon Pudding and Souse.
Fisherpond Great House – serves a wide variety of Caribbean dishes including pepper pot stew and curried green bananas. Opens on Sunday with buffet style dining and is also an ideal wedding spot.
Orchid world – home to over 20 000 orchids of several varieties including Clanthes and Ascocendas. Open daily from 9 – 5 for tours.
Martin’s Bay – site of shallow reefs. It is quite rocky making it ideal for those who like to fish.
Bath beach – safe and perfect for swimming due to its almost always low currents. A stroll along the northern side of the beach will reveal a small waterfall, as well as the remains of the old train line that ran from Bridgetown to Bathsheba.
Conset Bay – also ideal for fishing.
Guinea Plantation - The first reference may about Guinea Plantation date as far back as 1654, it was one of the first sugar plantations on the island and was stocked all at once with an entire cargo of Africans from the Guinea Coast, hence its name. Guinea Plantation is also the home of the mango, as the first seedlings brought to Barbados in 1742 were planted there. Guinea Plantation caters for events from beautiful weddings and formal sit-down dinners, to casual receptions, pool and cocktail parties. Guinea Plantation also provides accommodation in the Great House or in Self-Catering Apartments.
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