• OVERVIEW
  • ROOMS
  • ONSITE
  • SURFING
  • BEACH LIFE
  • FOOD & DRINK
  • THINGS TO DO

Go from bed to board in seconds, fill up on fresh seafood buffets, or just bask under the swaying palms and watch the waves.

Transfer: 15 minutes’ drive from BGI international airport
Family Friendly: All ages
Climate: Av temps of 28C
Surf level: Beginner friendly with options for experts
Other activities: Kite surfing and cycling
Time Zone: GMT/UTC -4
 

  • Choose from a selection of bright and spacious 1-3 bedroom apartments where you can soak up the sea views from the balcony.
  • The one-bedroom apartments can fit up to two extra beds in the living space.
  • All apartments have TV, air conditioning, wifi, a sitting area, dining area and a kitchen decked out with all mod cons including a microwave.
  • Three-bedroom apartments boast 2 bathrooms, 2 bedrooms with queen-size beds and an additional bedroom with twin beds.

  • Bike hire.
  • Garden right beside the ocean.
  • Car parking.
  • Restaurant, dining area, breakfast room and café.
  • Wifi.
  • Laundry service.
  • Safe.
  • Currency exchange service
  • Air conditioning
  • Ocean Spray is bang on Surfer’s Point, one of the best places on the island to learn to surf.
  • It’s also a short walk from the easy-going peelers of Freight’s Bay and South Point.
  • Nearby Dover Beach is also great for beginners.
  • More experienced surfers can head to the west coast, where options include Tropicana and Sandy Lane.
  • On the north coast you’ve got Duppies and Maycocks, also for experienced surfers, then Soup Bowl (dubbed Kelly Slater’s favourite wave) and Parlor on the east coast.
  • The best season for dry weather and offshore winds is December to May, with the best swells from November to March.
  • It’s just 5 minutes’ by bus to the idyllic swimming spot of Miami Beach.
  • The world famous Crane Beach is about 15 minutes’ to the east.
  • A stark contrast to the island’s more commercial beaches, nearby is also the secluded paradise of Harrismith Beach and the stunning white sands of Bottom’s Bay.
  • Mamu’s Café prepares fresh organic food grown in their own tropical fruit forest which is also available to tour and hike.
  • It’s walking distance to plenty of nearby restaurants serving Bajan dishes the whole family will love.
  • Make sure you make a trip to Oistin’s Fish Market to tuck into delicious seafood and sample the vibrant Bajan culture.
  • Head to Oistin’s Fish Market, famous for its Friday night seafood feasts teamed with live music and local rum.  
  • Explore the crystal clear pools and crystallised limestone of Harrison’s cave on an underground adventure.  
  • Hire a hobie cat and go sailing. Or why not try kitesurfing?