Birdie's Nest - Reader Reports & Opinion

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Debbie Howell from U.S.A. visited in November 2011 and awarded  Four out of Five

I entered a Weight Loss Challenge at the gym in attend in New York and the prize was 5 nights in Tobago donated by the owner Prince Robinson. In November 2011 my niece and I spent the 5 days there. It was awesome and restful. Prince is a wonderful, courteous, attentive and respectful young man. The property is located “literally” on the beach. You go to sleep and wake up to the sound of the waves, awesome. There is also an Eco Smarte swimming pool on the property. The apartment was like a home away from home. The neighborhood is quiet, idea for a vacation. Prince introduced me to a young lady in the village who makes the local snacks named Carolita. Her products were off the chain. He also offers pick up either at the airport or the ferry and car rentals. I’m looking forward to going back there with my sisters sometime soon. Thanks again Prince! God Bless all the best for 2012.

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Ulla And Jan Kristensen from Denmark visited in October 2011 and awarded  Five out of Five

My wife and i stayed at Birdies Nest, 2 weeks in October 2011, at appartment no 2. And what 2 weeks, think the most relaxing and enjoyable 2 weeks vacation we ever have had. And to make, what could be a long story, short; Birdies Nest and the owner Prince, is simply the best. To be highlighted: The nice arrangement of transportation from and to airport, the nice very clean apartment close to the beach, the nice swimmingpool, the nice neighbours, the nice garden, the nice beach just outside the door. Not to forget the nice car we rented from Prince.

But first of all we will mention Prince Robinson, the owner. He is the best host we ever met on our voyages. Pleasant, helpful, friendly, well informed of what is going on in Tobago and with a good sense of humour. All In all a very pleasant stay in Tobago. We will be back and offcourse again we will stay at Birdies Nest.

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Angela And Martin Bohm from Sweden visited in July 2011 and awarded  Five out of Five

Me, my wife and our son, Jacob, lived at Birdie´s nest for one week in July. The house was nicely situated in a calm area with a wonderful view over the sea. The rooms were nice and well spaced, clean and equipped with all the resources needed.

Above all we were very satisfied with our hosts, Prince and his mother, Princess. They were very service minded, very nice, extremely helpful and above all very friendly and was contributing to make our visit even more memorable. We really hope to visit this nice place again.

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Alex Douglas from U.S.A. visited in February 2011 and awarded  Five out of Five

My family and I spent five nights at Birdie's Nest at the end of Feb. It was quiet, relaxing,and we enjoyed it. The apt was clean ,the villagers were friendly ,the internet worked well and it was free. The best thing about Birdie's Nest is Prince, he is a gem of a person and knows how to run a guest house.He goes out of his way to make your stay memorable and did so many extra things for us,that it's too much to mention,

I used previous reviews on this site ,to pick a Birdie's Nest,and I wasn't disappointed.Tobago is beautifull,Birdie's Nest is wonderfull, and Prince? Well he's the Prince of Tobago.

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Alan Wood from U.K. visited in January 2011 and awarded  Five out of Five

My adult son Eliot and I last stayed at Birdies Nest in 2009 and despite our avowed intention to always try somewhere new each holiday, we both agreed that here was an exception. The recession put pay to that in 2010 but in January 2011 we returned once more to paradise.

I was afraid that we'd remembered all the good bits and that we might be disappointed the second time around but from the moment that Prince's 'man' met us at the airport and drove us the ten minutes to Black Rock I realised that there were indeed NO bad bits!

Prince has continued to invest in the property and it gleamed in newly painted glory. He has completed the fencing which now boasts remote controlled gates. He has installed security cameras as well so that even the most nervous visitor can be re-assured about their safety. We found that it was largely unnecessary as the villagers were all so friendly and often called round to 'lime' with us in the evenings as I cooked the evening meal on the gas barbecue provided.

Despite being thrilled with the service provided by Sheppy's car hire in 2009 we chose this time to hire Prince's automatic Mazda 323 with full aircon. We were not disappointed, it did the job superbly and was a very good deal - Cheers Prince.

It was good to see Princess again and several other members of the extended Robinson family and friends and such a pleasure to hear our names called out in the village street as new friends chose to pass the time of day with us.

We enjoyed the 1 mile walk along the beach from the apartment right up to Plymouth twice a day, both in the morning and then again by moonlight, never once feeling anything other than relaxed. True we did meet the 'coconut man' one the first day, as we did last visit, but a firm refusal to buy his egg sized 'coconut' did the trick and he was not seen again.

Prince was again the perfect host and nothing is ever too much trouble for this real nice guy who we now both regard as a friend.

Towards the end of the holiday we both agreed that if anything we had enjoyed this second visit more than the first as we now felt part of the village rather than mere tourists. Finances permitting, this will not be our last visit to Birdies Nest.

During our stay the once rather muddy track from the road to the apartment was asphalted and now looks very smart. Also, and perhaps I'm jumping the gun by telling you this, a man came to measure up and quote for a pool in the garden overlooking the beach! Whether it will be there when we next visit, I don't know, but if Prince's reputation continues to grow I know he will re-invest it to the benefit of his guests.

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