barbudaful guest houses

As far as we know these guest houses are now available. Many were taken up by aid workers and volunteers over the last year, after Hurricane Irma. Some will have lost their numbers so we will be checking these as soon as possible. Others may not be back on electricity or internet yet. Not all of the guest houses on Barbuda are listed here, although all are invited. Be aware that some websites such as Airbnb cannot tell the difference between Antigua and Barbuda, so guest houses come up that are not actually on Barbuda at all.

These entries are not reviews although we try to be honest with the facts. Some owners cannot reply to e mails quickly so a phone call first is best and some numbers change but they forget to update us, so if you can't get through, let us know and we can pass on a message.

Questions you might want to ask - there are three types of water supply in Barbuda: government or 'piped' water only on at certain times, harvested rainwater cisterns, and wells. Some houses have one or both or all three, you may need to know if you can drink it especially if you don't want to buy bottled drinking water.

There are two electrical systems in Barbuda - 220 or 110 - some houses have one or both, or a generator which may be only part-time if you are on the beach although Barbuda Cottages lead the way with self sufficient solar power. Depending where you are coming from, you may need an adaptor or transformer for your equipment.

Some houses do not have hot water and most do not have a/c, but all have friendly helpful owners who will do their best to make your stay comfortable.

Camping on Barbuda

Frangipani Glamping

 the beach at Frangipani Glampingmaking a camp-fire

Barbuda has many miles of wonderful natural coastline and one of the best ways to experience it is to spend the night under the stars. At our Atlantic coast campsite - Frangipani Glamping - we have all you need to do this with a 360' view of the island from our Happy Hour hill. We have a new Cabana this year and supply water, compost toilet, solar lights and cooking equipment. We drive you from your hotel or guest house to our campsite which is carefully cleared and one sand dune away from the sea. There's an open fire for cooking and another one just for sitting round late into the night. You might even see deer or a nesting turtle, you will definitely see donkeys! See more details here. 

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We like this...

Now, it's been too long.
Too long, too long in slavery.
Free the people and let them move in liberty
Now, it's been too long.
Too long, too long in slavery.
So the struggle continue.
But while the struggle continue, I'm going to tell you.
We rastaman will set the world free...

Joseph Hill - Culture

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