Maybe golf isn’t your thing. We totally understand.
Fairways might be “on” a golf course but what that actually means is that it is set in a stunning location, surrounded by greenery with views of the sea. You wouldn’t know it was on a golf course unless you went down to the clubhouse and got on to the course proper.
We believe that Fairways offers the perfect spot for a family holiday and just happens to also be on a golf course.
Firstly the villa is set on a quiet road, off the main thoroughfare through the resort. There are very few cars and those that do come by always adhere to the low speed limits.
There is ample space behind the villa for children to play on, and at the front of the property there is a gate to ensure nobody wanders off.
Whilst Fairways doesn’t have its own pool there is one just two minutes away that is for the exclusive use of guests on Forest Hills. Alongside the main pool here there is also a smaller pool specifically for younger children. Both are salt water rather than chlorine. There is also another pool down at The Sanctuary, just five minutes away.
We have a wonderful housekeeper at Fairways who would welcome you discussing with her any babysitting requirements you may have. If you wanted to go out for the evening to one of the stunning restaurants on the island, Genevieve would be more than happy to discuss her availability and charges with you. Genevieve would also be happy to make light lunches occasionally, leaving you more time to relax. Again, this is something you can negotiate with her directly.
Royal Westmoreland run a shuttle service throughout the day that takes guests down to Mullins beach, and home again. There is a restaurant and bar serving food throughout the day (and possibly the best pizzas on the island) with wifi that reaches the beach if you still need to be connected to the outside world. They also offer service right to your lounger. It is also possible hire jet skis and rides on inflatables from here too.