Caribbean Dreams is located on the Beautiful grounds of Guinea Plantation in St. John, Barbados. References to Guinea Plantation date as far back as 1654, making the property more than 300 years old. From it's age it is clear - early plantations were meant to withstand the test of time and today Guinea stands as a blend of modern convenience and old world plantation style. Add beautiful expansive gardens and it sets the backdrop for fantastic weddings or events. Today in addition to being the home of Caribbean Dreams Publishing, it is a popular venue for private events.
Guinea Plantation may be off the beaten path but it is an up and coming hot spot for Weddings & Events. Located in scenic St. John, it was one of the first sugar plantations built on the island and references to Guinea Plantation date as far back as 1654. Today they cater to weddings, events and tours.
Events wise, Guinea Plantation is an excellent location for weddings. As mentioned previously, the grounds are quite expansive, providing any happy couple with excellent photo opportunities to take exquisite wedding photos. The house has a bridal suite with a dressing room inside the main house. Therefore, if you choose to get married at the plantation, you will have the ideal all-inclusive experience, where you can stay the night, get dressed, get married, have the reception and also, take wedding photos.
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From beautiful weddings and formal sit-down dinners to casual receptions, pool and cocktail parties - let the team at Guinea Plantation create your truly memorable occasion. We offer a magical and timeless setting for your wedding, special event or meeting. Guinea Plantation is uniquely intimate, beautifully preserved and is one of Barbados' best-kept secrets. Whether your event is a family affair or an international conference we do it all.
- Expansive Gardens
- Pool Side
- Roof Deck
- Lounge / Bar
- Full Kitchen
- Outdoor Restrooms
The property was one of the first sugar plantations located on the island and it derived its name from the Africans from the Guinea Coast that once populated the property. Additionally, the location holds some cultural and historical significance as the first seedlings of the popular mango tree ever brought to Barbados in 1742 were planted on this property. This spacious property, first owned by Humphrey Walrond, has been beautifully restored by the new owners, the Forde Family.