Frequently Asked Questions
Port Ferdinand is located on the island's picturesque northwest coast, often referred to by many as the "Platinum Coast". The resort is located 45 minutes drive from the Grantley Adams International Airport , 40 minutes from the south coast and 35 minutes from the capital, Bridgetown.
All visitors to Barbados must have a passport and valid return ticket to be permitted entry. The passport must be valid for the duration of your stay here. A child under the age of eighteen (18) travelling without a parent/guardian must have a letter of authorisation from the parent/guardian.
Most countries do not require a visa to visit Barbados, so please check here to see if one is required of your country.
Yes, transfers to and from the resort can be arranged with our Concierge Team at an additional cost. Please contact them via email at email@example.com or telephone at (246) 272 -2001 for further details.
Yes, a water taxi is provided on a complimentary basis to transport guests between the two properties. The water-taxi runs each day from 10am to 4pm. Contact the Concierge to arrange a special trip or excursion.
Yes, in most cases, parking is situated close by the villas.
No, you will need to contact the site in which you secured the reservation through.
Yes, we have The Pirate’s Den which is an indoor kids’ play area as well as The Buccaneer’s Hideout – outdoor kids’ park. A Kids Centre is located at our sister resort which has scheduled daily activities.
At Port Ferdinand, there are two restaurants, The Quarterdeck Bar & Pizzeria, which serves up quick lunch bites poolside or 13/59 which is a fine dining restaurant, open nightly for dinner and Sunday Brunch, offering a Caribbean-French fusion menu. Guests at Port Ferdinand can also dine at The Gazebo Bar & Grill which is open for all day dining at the sister property, St. Peter's Bay