Colonial style, white-shuttered Holders House is not your typical five-star Barbadian abode. There are no cushion-covered sun loungers on the beach, with uniformed waiting staff on hand to bring you a Bellini, as you’d find down the road at Sandy Lane.
In fact, there is no beach at all.
Instead, you are surrounded by lush foliage, palm fronds, and orchids swaying in the breeze that caresses Holders Hill and prevents it from ever getting stiflingly hot. In the distance, the gleaming backs of athletic polo ponies gallop across the manicured Barbados Polo Club fields, and a spectrum of blue sky meets a glint of azure green Caribbean sea on the horizon.
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