Green Globe recertifies Sea-U Guest House in Barbados
LOS ANGELES, California - Green Globe today announced recertification of Sea-U Guest House, Tent Bay, Bathsheba.
LOS ANGELES, California – Green Globe today announced recertification of Sea-U Guest House, Tent Bay, Bathsheba. Located on the rugged east coast of Barbados, surrounded by green hills, natural beaches, tidal pools, and small villages, Sea-U Guest House is committed to preserving nature and invites their guests to be a part of their Green Team.
Green Globe Certification CEO Mr. Guido Bauer said: “Sea-U Guest House is a perfect example of collaboration and innovation between the guest house owner, expatriate Miss Uschi Wetzels, and the local community from Tent Bay. “Together they deliver an authentic and quality holiday experience which leads as an example of good environmental practice and social engagement for all Barbadian tourism operators,” added Mr. Bauer.
Sea-U Guest House rests near the natural, unspoiled beaches of Bathsheba and is close to one of the finest surf spots in Barbados, Soup Bowl. The guest house is also within walking distance from the renowned Andromeda Botanic Gardens.
Sea-U Guest House owner, Miss Uschi Wetzels, said: “Since our original certification, we have achieved so much, and we are very pleased to receive the Green Globe certification once again. Born and raised in Germany, I learnt early about ‘being green.’ Here in Barbados, it is a relatively new idea to pay close attention to environmental issues. As an example, a couple of years ago, I had to insist that cleaning products, not hazardous to us or the environment, must be used instead of the chlorine-based ones that were in use all over the island.
“Today it is in ‘everybody’s blood’ as we say in Germany, to be environmentally conscious in all of our daily activities at the guest house. Today, members of our staff come up with their own ideas on how to advance our green practice, while maintaining high standards. One of our interesting innovations was to replace common drinking straws with home grown bamboo straws to serve our house drink, coconut water in its own shell,” added Miss Wetzels.
ABOUT SEA-U GUEST HOUSE
Spend your days at Sea-U Guest House Hotel in Barbados relaxing in a hammock while listening to the constant ocean waves. The Caribbean breeze keeps reminding you that you are so far removed from the hustle and bustle of the real world.
As a pampered guest of Sea-U Guest House Hotel, you will be able to enjoy the lush gardens high atop a hill overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Newly built in traditional Bajan style, Sea-U Guest House’s spacious private rooms provide you with all the best of a hidden island hotel and beach vacation rental and with all that Bajan hospitality offers.
Hammocks strung lazily between coconut palms allow you to watch the waves breaking on the tremendous limestone rocks. Take sneak peeks at our green monkeys, hummingbirds, and wildlife on the deck in front of your room. The spectacular sunrises invite you to the ocean’s edge for your own private show. And the star-spangled sunsets can be yours.
Contact: Uschi Wetzels,Sea-U Guest House, Tent Bay, Bathsheba, St. Joseph, BB21054, Barbados, W.I., Phone +1-246-433-9450, Fax +1-246-433-9210, Skype: seauinbarbados, Email: [email protected] , Web: www.seaubarbados.com
ABOUT GREEN GLOBE CERTIFICATION
Green Globe Certification is the worldwide sustainability system based on internationally-accepted criteria for sustainable operation and management of travel and tourism businesses. Operating under a worldwide license, Green Globe Certification is based in California, USA, and is represented in over 83 countries. Green Globe Certification is a member of the Global Sustainable Tourism Council, supported by the United Nations Foundation. For information, visit www.greenglobe.com .