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Barbados winter golf packages

January 21, 2016

Keen golfers who want to combine a holiday in a Caribbean paradise with their love of golf, can take advantage of an exclusive winter golf experience on offer at UNNA Luxury Resort and Residences' beautiful Saint Peter's Bay and Port Ferdinand resorts on the North West coast of Barbados.  Top professional golf coach Nick Bradley will be at the Golf Studio at Port Ferdinand from 23rd-26th January and from 6th-9th February for guests to book tuition sessions with him so they can refine their golf skills by learning from one of the best coaches in the business.  Nick will also be available for further dates in March and April. 

The golf experience is available for holidays booked at either Saint Peter's Bay Luxury Resort and Residences, with its beautiful beachfront homes, or glamorous Port Ferdinand Marina and Luxury Residences, with its luxury harbour front homes.  The ‘Refine Your Golf' package will include:

  • A minimum of 4 hours of group tuition with Nick Bradley at some of Barbados' beautiful golf courses
  • A one hour private golf lesson with Nick Bradley in the brand new golf studio at Port Ferdinand where there is a golf simulator
  • A follow up tuition video lesson and email
  • An evening with Nick Bradley as he shares stories from the Ryder Cup and major golf champions.
  • A group breakfast with Nick Bradley
  • VIP Meet & Greet on arrival at the airport

Guests staying at Port Ferdinand Marina and Luxury Residences and Saint Peter's Bay Resort and Luxury Residences will experience a unique lifestyle, where they can be as active or relaxed as they wish.  The two resorts are linked via a complimentary water taxi and there is a fantastic choice of facilities and activities to enjoy, including a variety of casual and fine dining restaurants, a water sports centre, an exclusive spa providing world class treatments in a beautiful setting facing a natural tropical gully, gym and personal training facilities, and kids clubs.  There is also direct beach access with beach bar and beach service.  UNNA's friendly and professional personal concierge service can arrange a wide range of great activities for guests, such as rounds of golf at top courses, swimming with the turtles, snorkel trips for teenagers, candlelit dinners in the very best restaurants, private catamaran cruises and fishing charters. 

Luxury homes are available for purchase or rental at both UNNA resorts.  Saint Peter's Bay consists of a unique collection of 57 luxury 2 and 3 bedroom beachfront homes and penthouses ranging from 2,500-6,300 square feet, all with breathtaking views of the sparkling turquoise sea, with a private hot tub on each terrace. Port Ferdinand offers 46 luxury homes in a unique marina setting, ranging from 2,500 square feet to 6,100 square feet, each with their own yacht berth. The design and spacious layout of UNNA homes make them perfect for groups, or larger families.   

Nightly rates for UNNA luxury homes from 7th January to 14th April start at £666* (US$950.00) for a 1 bedroom harbourside home for up to two people at Port Ferdinand and from £841* (US$1,200) for a 2 bedroom beachfront home at Saint Peter's Bay. 

Holidaymakers will also benefit from a current special offer enabling them to stay for 7 nights and pay for just 6.

Bookings can be made by emailing reservations@unnaliving.com or by calling 0-800-086-8662 and quoting ‘Refinemygolf'.





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