Nestled away in the northern area of the country Barbados is a hidden gem by the name of Fustic House.
Fustic House was once known as a plantation, dating as far back as 1740. Set on top of a ridge and offering breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea, this beautifully built coral stone structure truly deserves to be called a gem.
Re-designed in the late 70’s by Oliver Messel and featuring extremely gorgeous gardens designed by Todd Longstaffe-Gowan, Fustic House charms and intrigues all who enter its walls.
Each room features modern and simplistic design and decor. Using shades of green and whites not to take away from the beauty of the structure and lush greens on the premises but simply to compliment them. The open plan of the house allows its guest to feel close to and admire all of nature’s colours and sounds.
Offering nothing but privacy, this unique home hidden away within a tropical paradise is without a doubt an elegant home of exquisite beauty.