Birdie's Nest - Reader Reports & Opinion

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Karl Turner&Jackie Taskas from U.K. visited in December 2006 and awarded  Five out of Five

Me and my fiancť stayed here for just 6 nights (I night lost due to the flight being delayed) but itís one of the best holidays Iíve had. We were picked up from the airport on time, and Prince (our host) took us shopping on the way home. Sadly the shops were closed as we arrived on a Sunday evening but Prince had already brought us the essentials which were: fruit, bread, butter, cheese and water.

The apartment we stayed in (number 2 I think), although the smallest, was huge! We had AC in the bedroom and some funky lamps that came on when you touched them!!

The biggest bonus for me was the tour that Prince gave us. He took us around the whole island explaining many features, monuments and why the beaches had their names. He also arranged a snorkel dive off the coast of Speyside where we got to see a large reef and many fish. We were asked if there was anything else we wanted to see and we also ended up going to the Botanical Gardens which were completely covered in Christmas lights! All in all great value for money and very interesting.

The holiday as a whole was perfect, the empty beach on our doorstep and the hot sunny weather made staying at the house easy to do. The water is warm and refreshing and the rocks nearby are great to explore.

This is a perfect place to get away, with Prince being the friendliest guy I know and all the help he gave made it one to remember.

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Abby Stafford from Trinidad visited in September 2006 and awarded  Five out of Five

I have vacationed at Birdie's nest since it came into creation, and i must say it is even more beautiful every year. When i read the reviews i thought to myself imust add something.

As mentioned above prince was there at the port every time i have stayed in tobago and i choose to stay nowhere else. It is private secure and comfortable.

Its a home away from home, with a beach suitable for long walks and the water is always wonderful. the sunset is impeccable and so is the sunrise if you get up early enough to see it.

I always recommend this guesthouse to anyone who wants to stay in tobago, it is affordable and perfect for a getaway. If you think you will get lost in tobago have no fear sigla is there to help you find all the interesting spots and locations in tobago and he is just a phone call away.

Turtles, the beach, sunsets and sunrise, snorkelling and even fishing is a fun way to spend a vacation. also if you don't feel like cooking fast food is alwats available, just a 15 minute drive if so much. There are also restaurants available close by, if i continue i will never finish just take my advice Birdie's Nest is the place to be.

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Anne Tierney from U.K. visited in June 2006 and awarded  Four out of Five

I have just stayed in Birdie's Nest for two weeks and had a lovely time. The location is fantastic - right on the beach, and perfect for turtle watching at night. The bedrooms were lovely and had COLD air conditioning, essential after the heat of the day. The bathrooms had hot and cold running water, huge showers, and the living area was comfortable. Bedlinen was changed every five nights, which meant that the beds were always comfortable to get into.

The owner, Prince Robinson, and his mother could not have been nicer and looked after us well.

Thank you very much for a fantastic time.

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Caron Gibson from U.K. visited in May 2006 and awarded  Four out of Five

This was our 2nd trip to Tobago and as before, we got exactly what we wanted out of it. We only spent 1 week at the Birdie's nest but once we got there, we did not want to come home.

The top floor accomodation was lovely and spacious. Good kitchen, american fridge, lots of fans, nice size bedrooms (there are 2)with quiet air conditioning,comfortable furniture,And very clean.

Prince Robinson and his lovely mom made us feel very welcome and he has a good sense of humour :) It was so nice waking up to peace and quiet and the sound of the ocean (o ye! And the parrot next door that thinks its a rooster..really!)

Black Rock is the perfect location to get to either side of the island, there is a store on every corner for fresh local veg & fruit amongst other things, and Penny Savers is within driving distance for more familiar food.

But anyway back to Birdie's nest... We are booked for 2 weeks next year and we are there already :)If you are looking for peace and quiet, have some time to wile away the hours doing nothing but reading, swimming, cocktails, sun.... well you get the picture....

Enjoy

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Danny And Jo Miners from U.K. visited in April 2006 and awarded  Five out of Five

Just returned from a two week stay at Birdies Nest. We stayed in the front ground floor apartment which was clean and tidy. The bed was so comfortable and the kitchen adequate for all our needs. Prince has just bought a bar-b-cue so that will be even better, especially for the fresh fish bought at Mount Irvine Beach. Prince and his mum were so good as hosts of this property and made us feel very welcome. The beach is a stone's throw away from the front door and if you time it right, as we did, you get to see the turtles coming up the beach to lay their eggs. There was clean linen and towels every 4 days and Prince and his mum pop down on a regular basis to ensure that everything is fine. The accommodation is away from the hustle and bustle of Black Rock but without you feeling that you are isolated. We will definitely be back next year and hope the weather is as good as it was this time around.

Danny and Jo

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