Farley Hill

A fantastic ruined mansion, secreted in a breathtaking forest of mahogany overlooking the Atlantic coast. Farley Hill is a great location for walks, picnics, weddings and other events. Built in 1818 and expanded gradually over the next half century, the mansion stood in splendor until 1965, when after the shooting of the film 'Island in the Sun' the mansion was sadly destroyed by fire. Head over to www.barbados.org/fhill.htm for more information about this great tourist attraction.

Earthworks Pottery

Situated adjacent to the On The Wall Gallery and the Treehouse Cafe, Earthworks Pottery produce a full range of tableware and other pottery items - ceramics are made to order, and will make anything to specification. All items are lead-free and food safe, and are dishwasher-safe and microwavable. Visit their site for more information at www.earthworks-pottery.com.

St Nicholas Abbey

Built in 1660, St Nicholas Abbey in the parish of St Peter is one of three genuine Jacobean mansions in the western hemisphere. Well-preserved and maintained, the abbey has a rich and colourful history attached to it. Built by a Colonel Benjamin Berringer, he was neighbour to John Yeamans, later knighted. A tale of adultery involving Yeamans and Mrs Berringer culminated in a duel in which Berringer was killed. Maginificent architecture and historical pieces make this attraction a must-see.

Sunbury Plantation House

Also built in 1660, Sunbury is a living monument to plantation life in Barbados. A long and fascinating history, beautiful rooms to view and exquisite dining facilities mean that Sunbury Plantation House is a full day-out - visit www.barbadosgreathouse.com for more details.

Lancaster Great House

On Highway 2 nearer to Speightstown, the reclusive Lancaster Great House has been renovated beautifully and boasts excellent Bajan cuisine (call ahead for availability.)

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