Back in the 17thcentury, Barbados developed quite a sweet tooth. After years of using the island’s sugar
cane for feeding stock, fuel and in the rum-making process, we started
exporting sugar to the world. Soon, it had overtaken cotton and tobacco as
Barbados’s main trade and before long the island had become one of the most
attractive British colonies in the world.
Fast forward 400 years and we’ve
celebrated this life-changing crop in the naming of our Sugar Cane Mews
development of eight ultra-exclusive properties in one of the most sought-after
locations on the island.
Next to the first tee on the Royal Westmoreland
golf course, and with easy access to the clubhouse, The Sanctuary pool and gym,
and the Rum Shak bar, these elegant, contemporary homes have uninterrupted
views of the sea and golf course.
Plus, as a
result of Brexit, these have been priced in GBP, so you can be sure of the
price you’ll pay for your home at Royal Westmoreland, whatever happens to
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