Mullins Bay Beach
Staying at Royal Westmoreland allows you access to the private beach club at Mullins Bay. There is even a shuttle bus several times a day from Royal Westmoreland to Mullins Beach so you don’t have to worry about driving home when you have enjoyed a sunset cocktail.
The Royal Westmoreland website says:
There’s plenty to do at Mullins Bay. Even if that involves doing very little. Relax and take a dip in the gentle, warm seas. Lounge with a cocktail as you kick back in the temperate Caribbean climate and watch the world go by.
It’s just right for relaxing, or if you feel like it, exerting a little more energy. Consider a boat tour or take advantage of the warm waters by trying some snorkelling. From stunning, colourful sealife to the local turtles enjoying the calm oceans, the marine wildlife on show will appeal to kids’ imaginations.
With an exclusive, private beach club which offers members and their guests full beach front dining and bar service with Bell Captain service on our private sun loungers, Mullins Beach is the perfect place to relax.
At the time of writing the full food menu was not yet available, but it is due to be in the next few weeks. The barbecue, however, is up and running. So if you do want to eat whilst you are down at the beach that is certainly possible. And of course the bar is fully open and stocked (and drinks can be delivered to your lounger, which is the epitome of a holiday vibe isn’t it?).
Whilst this is not the quietest of beaches it is certainly one of the most attractive and the perfect place to spend a day, you don’t even need to take a towel as they are provided too.