NewEdgewater Hotel, where the river meets the ocean, is located on the picturesque east coast of Barbados . On the western side of the hotel is the Joe's River and its 85-acre Tropical Rain Forest that rises to a height of 1,000 feet above sea level . There is a track on the eastern side of the hotel that identifies part of the path of the old railway line . This railway line carried passengers and cargo during the period 1881 to 1937 from the island's capital Bridgetown to Belleplaine, located a few miles up from the hotel . This unique property consisting of 24 rooms and suites, has a history dating back to the seventeen hundreds . The present owners have managed to incorporate the antique with the modern by retaining a significant amount of its hand carved mahogany furniture . The hotel's in-house restaurant, The Cliffside, provides a choice of seating locations . Diners can relax in the outdoor area that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, or sit inside and enjoy the cool fresh breezes of the ocean . The restaurant is well-known for its Bajan (local) cuisine, especially its Sunday buffet and provides a wide choice of culinary delights which can be ordered from its affordable a-la-carte menu . Come, spend some time, relax in the most picturesque setting on our island Barbados, and relish the friendly environment of NewEdgewater Hotel . Our staff will be most pleased to be of service to you .
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