New Edgewater Hotel
New Edgewater Hotel, where the river meets the ocean, is located on the picturesque
east coast of Barbados. On the western side of the hotel is the Joe's River and the 85-acre Joe’s
River Tropical Rain Forest that rises to a height of 1,000 feet above sea level. There is a track
on the eastern side of the hotel that identifies part of the path of the old railway line. This
railway line carried passengers and cargo during the period 1881 to 1937 from the island’s capital
Bridgetown to Belleplaine, located a few miles up from the hotel.
This unique property consisting of 24
rooms and suites is AAA approved, and has a history dating back to the seventeen hundreds. The
present owners have managed to incorporate the antique with the modern by retaining a significant
amount of its hand carved mahogany furniture.
The hotel's in-house restaurant, The Cliffside,
provides a choice of seating locations. Diners can relax in the outdoor area that overlooks the Atlantic
Ocean, or sit inside and enjoy the cool fresh breezes of the ocean. The restaurant is well-known for its Bajan
cuisine, especially its Sunday buffet and provides a wide choice of culinary delights which can be ordered from its
affordable a-la-carte menu.
Come, spend some time, relax in the most picturesque setting on our island Barbados, and relish the friendly
environment of New
Edgewater Hotel. Our staff will be most pleased to be
of service to you.
New Edgewater is located on the picturesque east coast of Barbados. One can sit and view the Atlantic Ocean
the unusual rock formation from ancient coral reef, or one can take a picture of the unspoiled 9 mile beach,
Or take a guided tour through the Joe's River 85 acre tropical rain forest reserve which is on the western side of
Just a stone's throw away is No. 1 surfing spot in Barbados the internationally recognized, Soup
Bowl which is well-known for its power and sizes of waves.
Come, enjoy, sit back, relax, and then enjoy the most relaxing environment in Barbados.
Bathsheba, St. Joseph, Barbados, West Indies