Pam’s Holiday Homes, which has been in Barbados since the 1960s, will move to another location in the Bahamas, a source close to the family told USA Today.
The move to Barbados will be for a “large-scale renovation” that will include adding new space for the holiday homes barbara and the home’s other residents.
The Barbados-based family is part of the Holiday Home Group of Companies, which operates the Barbados, Florida and New York locations.
In an emailed statement to USA Today, the Holiday Homes said it was “excited to announce that we are making this historic decision to relocate to the Bahamas.
This is a monumental step in our family’s history as we continue to explore opportunities to create a unique, beautiful home for our family of five children.”
The company is also planning to renovate the Barbadian restaurant and retail complex it owns in the future.
It is not yet clear when the renovations will take place.
The Holiday Homes barbado and home’s remaining tenants, the Barbado-based American International Group, have been operating under the name Pamela Holiday Houses since the mid-1970s.
Pamela’s Holiday Houses has served Barbados and the United States for decades.
The company was founded by Pamela’s sister, Carol, and her husband, James, who is also the founder of the Barbadians National Home and the Barbadean National Home, two Barbadian-owned hospitality and tourism entities.
Pamela Holiday has been the home of the family since 1966.
She also opened her first Holiday Home in Barbuda in 1975.
The business expanded rapidly in the 1990s, reaching a total of 10,000 homes across the United Kingdom and the Caribbean.
Pam’s first home in Barbadian, the Villa Barbados on Barrington Island, opened in 1993.
It remains the largest Holiday Home Company in the United Kingdoms.
In recent years, the family has diversified, including opening two bars in New York and opening two Holiday Homes in Florida.
In the Bahamas the Holiday Houses is one of the largest residential rental companies in the country.