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The good news is that visitors arriving in Barbados are no longer required to take a Covid test upon arrival and no longer have to quarantine for any period of time. This only applies to visitors who have received both their vaccines. Under 18’s within the same party are not required to have been vaccinated. Visitors are still required to take a Covid test, within 72 hours, prior to their arrival ...

The next available dates for Coral Cove 12 are January 1st to 8th. If you are interested in booking these dates, please get in touch. I will be able to offer a discount for guests looking to stay all seven of those nights.

With Barbados back on the green list, and guests not having to quarantine when returning to the U.K, bookings for this year are picking up at Coral Cove 12, however i have had a cancellation for October. In October there is now availability from October 16th to November 1st and also availability from September 26th to October 9th and August 26th to September 5th. That’s all thats left for 2021! If...

Wish I'd thought about doing this!!! According to daily mail, over 4000 people, have decided to "work from home" in Barbados. Barbados offering visitors up to a one year visa. Looking out the window now, I'd rather be on Paynes Bay beach! https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-9280461/Meet-Brits-whove-moved-office-Barbados-thanks-passport-paradise-scheme.html

Its been a while since we stayed in Barbados. Im really looking forward to relaxing on Paynes Bay beach and dining at my favourite restaurants. The Lone Star, The Tides, Cin Cin and Lobster Alive. I have heard the Sea Shed Restaurant up at Mullins Beach is good, so hopefully we will give that a try.