Nearby places...

Pineapple Lodge is a 35 minute drive away from the Barbados International Airport and arrangements can be made to provide airport transfers for villa guests upon request.


Holetown is the third largest town on the island and sits halfway along the Caribbean coastline.
Pineapple is a 2 minute walk away across a little bridge into the town with its restaurants, bars and luxury shopping. The famous Sandy Lane Hotel sits just a short distance beyond along the coast and is the holiday escape to every celebrity imaginable. On the north side of Pineapple Lodge, one can find the Sandpiper Inn Hotel as well as Settlers Beach and the Coral Reef Club, all well known addresses of hospitality excellence.

This link to a map of the Holetown area may be a useful reference point. Pineapple Lodge is shown with a yellow pin. Click on each of the icons for more information.

The luxury shopping at the LimeGrove Centre is just a stone's throw away. This elegant setting includes world class shopping with Ralph Lauren, Cartier and Loius Vuitton as well as a selection of modern restaurants and bars.
Second Street in Holetown is the home to several good restaurants including The Mews ( which is a popular stop for many visitors.
Some of the other places we like along the coast include:
  1. Cin Cin by the Sea is a 10 minute drive along the coast and is worth the trip. Say hello to owners Larry & Michelle Rogers. 
  2. Sitar in Holetown: A great Indian restaurant, quite busy, so book ahead; The owner is Ansari Muhajiri, Tel: +1 (246) 432-2248
  3. The Tides Restaurant: A 10 minute walk south, ask for the owner Guy Beasley who is also the chef; Tel: 1.246.432.8356
  4. Other choices include The Cliff and The Lone Star as well as the restaurants at both Sandpiper Inn and Sandy Lane.
Second street, Holetown sits opposite the LimeGrove Centre with the beach and the Caribbean beyond. The Mews is just down the street on the left.
When you go into the Mews, say 'hello' to Chris Hoad, the owner...