Luxury Accommodation in Barbados
Sweetfield Manor Hotel
A unique boutique hotel with several comfortable, well appointed guest rooms. Each is tastefully decorated in keeping with the historic nature of the property. Our top priority is to make our guests feel welcome and as happy as possible whist they are here. Consider Sweetfield your tropical home away from home.
Our on-site restaurant, Pavão, is popular with guests and locals alike. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Saturday brunch and the Sunday Buffet lunch can get busy so make sure to book early.
If you enjoy restorative weekend breaks then look no further than Sweetfield Manor! Stay a night or two, sleep in, and make the most of our on-site facilities – perhaps a delicious breakfast, brunch or lunch, a stroll in the gardens or be lazy in the lagoon pool. You’ll even have time to pamper yourself at our Spa, do some shopping in nearby Bridgetown or even do something more vigorous on the South Coast.
Sweetfield’s peaceful location, lush gardens and amazing views make this the ideal place for weddings and other special occasions. Our experienced team know how to plan and execute flawless events creating memories that will last a lifetime.
"Sweetfield is so much more than just a place to rest your head!"
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A perfect blend of Bajan history, comfortable luxury, and the ideal location can be found at Sweetfield Manor
Sweetfield Manor is a designated historic building being constructed at the beginning of the 20th Century for a wealthy merchant family in Barbados.
In keeping with the colonial-style architecture during this time period, extensive limestone and pine wood were used in its construction. These materials and construction techniques are still visible today.
Sweetfield Manor has undergone extensive restoration and renovation and is now a unique, boutique hotel allowing guests the opportunity to enjoy and experience the beauty of the traditional buildings, landscaping and surroundings.
The Manor is located in the upper Garrison Historic Site area (now a UNESCO World Heritage Site), quite close Bridgetown and the vibrant south coast.
Being situated on a natural geographical ridge of the island, Sweetfield has spectacular views over the south west coast of Barbados including Carlisle Bay. The bay once teemed with large merchant ships but now has an every changing array of smaller yachts and boats and also provides excellent water sports and snorkelling experiences amongst several underwater wrecks.
Our guests enjoy taking peaceful walks through our beautifully landscaped gardens where unsurprisingly they often spot a peacock or two – Sweetfield is home to a muster of 50 fully-grown peacocks who grace the grounds in search of food and a quiet place to peruse the guests.