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A secluded, low-density development overlooking Barbados’ Skeete’s Bay Beach and Culpepper Island, Beach Houses by The Crane has been specially designed to highlight the property’s exclusive location on the 1% of land remaining outside of the island’s protected East Coast.

A Barbadian legend since 1887, and the oldest operating hotel in the Caribbean, The Crane Resort effortlessly marries the old-world charm of its past to all the 21st-century amenities and services expected by today’s most discerning travelers.

Enviably located within The Crane Resort, The Crane Private Residences is perfect for long-term island living, offering contemporary residences and penthouses as well as exclusive access to world-class resort amenities and services.

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What’s New in Barbados: New Additions to the East

Once seen as the quiescent, less fashionable coast of Barbados, without the flashy nightclubs of the platinum West Coast, the East Coast can now say it has more options than ever for bars and nights out with friends and family. Here are some exciting new additions to the east of the island to check out.

Dis Ole House Kitchen and Beer Garden

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Just a hop and a skip away from the world famous Crane Beach and Crane Resort is Dis Ole House Kitchen and Beer Garden, a new restaurant with a traditional Barbados flair. This restaurant is housed in a renovated ‘old time’ Bajan home and it’s homey feel is complimented by charming tin cups, wooden seats and tables, sea fans and beachwood as ceiling decorations and Bajan bus stop signs as local details. The drinks have charming names reminiscent of surrounding beaches like “Dip at Shark Hole”,“Ginger Bay Breeze” and “Sam’s Secret”. The food is traditional Barbados fare as well as delicious burgers, ribs and craft beer.

Zaccios on the East

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Zaccios, a restaurant known for delicious pizza on the West Coast, has recently opened a new location on the East Coast. The new restaurant is in Bathsheba, St. Joseph, an area popular with surfers and sightseeing picnickers, and the menu brings Zaccios’ beloved pizzas, burgers, chicken breast sandwiches and more to the east. Even better, Zaccios on the East will be offering Delivery service to the surrounding areas around Bathsheba. Perfect stop for your island tour needs!

Uncle Joe’s Bar & Grill

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Uncle Joe’s is another fantastic place to stop and have an ice-cold beverage and a bite to eat while sightseeing on the east coast. A casual bar with a strong island vibe, it boasts a wonderful atmosphere and a beautiful location with amazing beach views. Quick and easy local bites to try on a quick stop to the bar include fish cakes, cutters and more. 

The perfect starting point for your exploration of the east coast during your Barbados holiday are Beach Houses by The Crane located on the picturesque southeast coast of the island. Contact us for more information.


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