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All reviews water sports jet ski white sand calm waters sun loungers the main road climbing wall nice bar lounge chairs small shop bar restaurant across the street three times the west coast of barbados during our stay rum punch laid back
Mullins used to be one of the best beaches on the north-west of the island, not least because you could pop for the coolest of beers and decent food at the Mullins Beach Bar, mixing with a happy crowd of locals and visitors. The facilities...More
Well, Westmorland have gone and achieved a miracle.
Turned a very popular fun beach with a great beach bar and restaurant into a sterile environment- Westmorland guests, who have to pay to visit their spanking new Beach Club to lie in front of the old...More
Make sure to visit Adrian’s corner here at Mullins Beach. They make an excellent rum punch and you can buy Coca-Cola’s etc. They also have snacks such as chips and other dry goods. Next to it you can rent chairs under umbrellas and if you...More
Mullens Beach is not the best, though as with all Barbados beaches, it has lovely water and white sand. When I visited there was a bit of a wave up to 3 feet high coming up on the shore, which thumped down quite hard. Once...More
The beach itself is the same as most others. This one was distinguished by the pack of hawkers flogging jet ski rides etc. At one point I told them that we would not buy any rides due to them all arguing with each other. The...More
The Beach Bar has been taken over by Westmorland Hotel and is now private, and this has spoiled the atmosphere somewhat. However, Shakka's Beach Spa is a hut adjacent to this and offers sun loungers, massages and refreshing drinks and local trinkets and crafts and...More
Sadly I used to love this beach when we visited 2 years ago - great facilities and beach bar but a few months ago they reopened the beach bar as a private members club only. So even though the beach is public the Westmorland beach...More
Response from Sandiheidi | Reviewed this property |
There are some great bits of reef to left of the beach looking out. It is however a busy beach meaning lots of boat and jet ski traffic so make sure to use flags etc to make yourself seen if you do go.