Bellevue Plantation was built in 1735 and stands as one of the very first plantations constructed in Barbados. Completely refurbished in 2008, the main house is nestled down a long private driveway bordered by Bougainvillea, along with coconut and mahogany trees. Whilst there, one will see rare black belly sheep, wild monkeys and polo ponies sharing the 100 acres of expansive land which includes two full size rugby pitches and several warm-up areas. Visit: for photos of the estate grounds.