Fisher Pond Great House: the best Bajan Sunday lunch in Barbados

Having a holiday in Barbados? Then you’ve just got to book Sunday lunch at Fisher Pond Great House – a 350-year-old plantation house in the centre of the island (St John) which has been lovingly restored by former hotelier John Chandler.   

Fisher Pond Great House, Barbados

Make sure you book the Sunday Bajan lunch well in advance, it’s very popular with Barbadians and visitors.

The house is elegantly furnished – tables are set up indoors, in different rooms, and outdoors in the beautiful Barbados tropical gardens.

The Sunday Planter’s Buffet Lunch that John and his wife Rain put on is truly fantastic – a Bajan banquet – catering up to 80 people at exquisitely dressed tables.   

Even Michael Winner raved about the Sunday lunch at Fisher Pond Great House (read Michael Winner’s restaurant review at Times Online) so that’s saying something!  

John, the owner and a real character, has loads of interesting and amusing tales to tell too if you can get him to spill the beans!  

Barbados wedding venue – exotic location for weddings

Full of old world charm Fisher Pond Great House also makes a beautiful and romantic venue for wedding ceremonies which are held either in the colourful tropical gardens or in the antique setting of the plantation house.  

Elegant dining in Barbados

The wedding floral displays, petal-strewn aisle in the garden, and gorgeous settings that John and Rain organise for wedding couples on their special day is extraordinary. The colours of the tropical flowers are AMAZING.  

Fisher Pond Great House just has to be one of the most beautiful and romantic places to get married in Barbados, and definitely one of the best places to eat in Barbados.  

For more information on weddings contact Rain at Chandelier Weddings

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Paradise Found

Do you believe in all this ‘paradise’ stuff? I’ve written about numerous romantic honeymoon hotels and destinations, often referring to a ‘honeymoon paradise’. Did I really believe there was such a place as Paradise? Not really. Not until recently that is. 

Then I found it. 

Paradise – MY very own paradise… where the water is so turquoise that photographs of it look as though they have been tinkered with. 

A splash of Exuma colour

Best lobster ever at Santana's Grill Pit

Lisa-Ann, a butler and a half in Fowl Cay

Discover THE EXUMAS in the ‘Out Islands’ of the Bahamas – one of the most picturesque regions in the Bahamas. 

In this beautiful archipelago are some beautiful people. Let me introduce you to just a few of the many oh-so-friendly characters I met while I was working on an editorial project for Sandals Resorts International in the Bahamas. Great people, great place. Go visit.   

Tucker - Owner of Compass Cay

Dan and pigs on Thunderball trip

Wayde Nixon, Exumas fishing expert

The Exumas are made up of 365 islands and cays that stretch across more than 120 miles of iridescent green-blue water where the white sand of deserted beaches contrasts dramatically with deep turquoise and dark blue waters. 

AND… have I found some fabulous secluded and exclusive villas in the Bahamas for you!  Follow this link to discover my Paradise – an idyllic private island just made for a romantic honeymoon in the Caribbean, offering luxury get-away-from-it-all exclusive villa accommodation in the Bahamas.  

Check out more special places to stay on my website – www.linda-jackson.co.uk

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