The Royal Westmoreland , Barbados
Royal Westmoreland is a 750-acre residential community with championship golf course and leisure facilities.
Located in a prime position on the west coast of the Caribbean island of Barbados, we offer investors and visitors the opportunity to create their own property within the island’s most exclusive parish, with access to our own Beach Club at Mullins Bay. The estate offers both privacy and luxury, with exceptional amenities all carefully considered for easy living. Local government pledges to invest in tourism, coupled with the island’s tax-efficiency and residency rules make Barbados the ideal location for property investment. This legislation also makes the island an attractive proposition to high-net-worth buyers who have a primary residence in a high-tax region.
Royal Westmoreland History
The estate was first developed in 1994. There are now over 200 homes dotted discreetly amongst the flourishing greenery of our world-class golf, beach and spa resort.
Our modern, colonial-style villas are secluded within their own thriving gardens with views of the glistening Caribbean ocean.
Golf at Royal Westmoreland
Improve your golf game at Royal Westmoreland. Reduce your handicap as you test yourself on our par 72, 7,045-yard course designed by acclaimed course designer, Robert Trent Jones Jnr. Work on your stroke play on the superbly maintained, perfectly considered fairways and greens that surround the estate.
Enjoy the Caribbean sunshine and clear blue skies. Take in the breathtaking views, thriving greenery and flourishing tropical landscape. Line up your putt as the ocean washes up on the not-so-distant shoreline. Perfect. The golf course is as enjoyable as it is demanding. You’ll find a mixture of short holes, with a challenging back nine preceded by tricky greens on the front. Just be sure not to embarrass yourself, the local wildlife will be watching on if you play a bad stroke!
Mullins Bay Beach
Soak up some Bajan beach vibes and take it easy on the pristine Mullins Beach, arguably one of the finest stretches of golden sands on the island of Barbados. There’s no better place to spend the day with the family, as there’s something for everyone to enjoy at their own pace. It’s as close to perfection as you can get. The gorgeous surroundings, coupled with the perfect Caribbean weather – and a slight breeze – what more could you ask for?
Idyllic location with plenty on offer
There’s plenty to do at Mullins Bay. Even if that involves doing very little. Relax and take a dip in the gentle, warm seas. Lounge with a cocktail as you kick back in the temperate Caribbean climate and watch the world go by.
It’s just right for relaxing, or if you feel like it, exerting a little more energy. Enjoy some water sports, whether that’s jet-skiing or a speedboat adventure. On the other hand, consider a boat tour or take advantage of the warm waters by trying some snorkelling.
From stunning, colourful sealife to the local turtles enjoying the calm oceans, the marine wildlife on show will appeal to kids’ imaginations.
Our exclusive beach club offers its own private, beachfront deck. Relax on private sun loungers, with the beach service there to provide refreshments – whether that’s local cuisine or thirst quenching alcoholic beverages.
The Indulgence Spa is a short stroll away for some pampering, while there’s casual dining at the Mullins Beach Bar if you get a little hungry.
A complimentary beach shuttle is available to take you from Royal Westmoreland to Mullins Beach, while there is also a shuttle service that runs between the Sanctuary and the beach.
Dining Experiences in Barbados
We know the people that visit Royal Westmoreland enjoy the finer things in life, and of course, that extends to wining and dining.
Handily for our residents and guests, not only is Barbados a wonderfully beautiful and diverse island paradise, it’s also home to some of the finest cuisine you’ll find. There are restaurants across the island serving splendid meals in spectacular scenery, all influenced and shaped by different cultures, ranging from Britain to Portugal, Spain and West Africa.
There are plenty of options, with acclaimed kitchens such as The Cliff and Cin Cin, ready to serve up spectacular flavours.
Here are some of our own recommendations for the finest dining across the island:
Lone Star offers spectacular ocean front dining and is often frequented by celebrities, making it one of the most sought after dining experiences in Barbados, if not the Caribbean.
The Cliff is one of the West Coast’s finest restaurants. It opened to rave reviews and hasn’t looked back since.
Tides Restaurant draws inspiration from the Caribbean ocean and is set on the water’s edge within a lush tropical garden.