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All reviews the atlantic ocean the east coast ruined house entrance fee per car derelict building peaceful place plantation house seen better days wildlife reserve gift shop beautiful grounds enjoyed our visit mahogany trees ruins picnic harry burnt
Really not that much to do or see here.. Very tired and run down. Could do with a make over massively.
The one good point was the view from the top of the park, i believe this is one of the highest points on the...More
This place has obviously seen better days as most of the facilities are closed. A real pity because this is an interesting place. Historic old dwelling now in ruins. Good views from the top of the site
For anyone who has seem the film 'Islands in the sun' knows that Farley Hall must be a pit stop on this trip. Sadly the property has seen better times and is now very much a ruin, however, the views are fabulous.
I am also...More
This opulent old ruin leaves you hungry for more info on the history of what is one of the most elite remains of the ancient plantation system in Barbados. Perhaps some history from the perspective of the plantation slaves would make this an even greater...More
A friend recommended that we should visit this park, we probably wouldn't have visited otherwise, but are glad we did. The day we visited the weather wasn't great & we had to cut our visit short because of rain, but can imagine on a nice...More
one of our stops on the island bus tour and it was a spectacular view of the Atlantic ocean crashing to shore. There are vendors up there selling their wares and cold drinks, to keep everyone cooled off. A must see view!
Visited this site as part of a wider tour and would not have been my choice for a visit. The grounds are small however the ancient trees were impressive. Well located with good views of the sea and surrounding countryside. Building ruins could not be...More
So being Canadian, we thought a "national park" would be considerably bigger... but this is a relatively small park like one you'd find in a quiet city suburb. Not to take anything away from this place - it's beautiful. The old plantation home was interesting,...More
With so many glowing reviews we expected much more. I guess the unique feature is the mansion from a bygone era, now in ruins, overgrown with plants and suffering cracks....all behind a security fence. It’s history is much more interesting than the site, however. Originally,...More