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A brand new all-inclusive resort

Sugar Bay Barbados boasts a fabulous beachfront location on the sunny southern coast of Barbados. The area is well known for its attractions and activities, making it a great choice for families looking to experience the charm of the Caribbean. You’re only around ten minutes from the capital of Bridgetown and there are plenty of activities and sights to see nearby including the Mount Gay Rum Factory, the George Washington House and the Barbados Museum.

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This family-friendly resort offers a stylish design with a sophisticated, modern twist. Family facilities include a crèche, a kids club and a teen’s club so there are plenty of fun activities for children of all ages to enjoy. With a playground and a games room too, your kids will be entertained throughout your stay, leaving you with plenty of time to enjoy some well-deserved relaxation in one of the world’s most beautiful destinations. You’ll love the choice of accommodation; a number of the room types comfortably sleep a large family – you can even upgrade to a suite with breath-taking panoramic views of the beachfront and the Caribbean Sea. The generous all-inclusive plan includes dining across four restaurants making it easy to find tasty meals to suit even the fussiest eater. There are also two outdoor pools, non-motorised water sports included and free Wi-Fi available throughout the resort.

Click here for more information on Sugar Bay Barbados

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The prize

The lucky family will win return flights, accommodation in a Family Suite for seven nights on an all-inclusive basis at Sugar Bay Barbados for up to two adults and two children (11 and under), for travel May to October 2017 excluding bank holidays and is subject to availability. Standard booking terms and conditions apply. Non-transferable and no cash alternative.

For your chance to win this fantastic prize, simply enter your details below.

Competition closes 31 March 2017.

 


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