Birdie's Nest - Reader Reports & Opinion
Loretta Creckendon from U.K. visited in April 2006 and awarded
We stayed at Birdies Nest, after deciding betwenn 3 apartments in 3 different areas.
Firstly we made the right area choice, as it was central to everything, and we hired a vehicle.
The apartment was absolutely great and we feel soo luck to have found it through this website.
We were expecting something basic, whoch would not of been a problem, but this was well equipped and spacious, and right on the beach. it was amazing, and very good value for money.
They picked us up at the airport and arranged car hire straight away as we arrived over the easter period. Everyone was really helpful and very gernerous. It is privately owned by a guy called prince, who was a local so he know where to go and where to shop.
I would be careful if you go when there is a public holiday, as the supermarkets shut down, whoch was not a problem, but they switch everything off, so if you are in need of fresh milk or diary products, all these were off, so all the fresh milk etc went sour, but they were still selling this. Stock up and put in the freezer until you need it. This apartment supplied a fridge freezer, so it was ok !
If we went again we would definitely stay there again, as it was clean and friendly.
It was great !
Renata Zikmundova from Czech Republic visited in February 2006 and awarded
We spent wonderful three weeks at the Birdie´s Nest.
We stayed at apartment no. 3. which for two people was big enough, clean enough, calm enough, with really cooling AC.
We very appreciated the service from Prince and Princess, they came often to ask whether everything is O.K., they gave us a lot of useful tips for our trips and nigh amusement in the neighbourhood.
We regretted only that the sea was rough almost every day (not too save for swimming, but beautiful for the sunsets and walks) and that the entry to the beach directly from the Birdie´s Nest was not very easy.
We had a car for 2 weeks (very recommended) and sometimes we went by bus to the beach or to Scarborough ( if you are not in a hurry - no timetables - this is very safe and cheap way how to explore some parts of the island).
We would definitely recommend this place for those that are looking for a quiet and privacy, good service and personal approach, no crowds of turists, for those that are looking for the local taste of life.
Tobago is a very beautiful island, with friendly people and someday we will come back again ther and Birdie´s Nest.
Renata and Jiri
Ann Hale from U.K. visited in January 2006 and awarded
If you want somewhere to stay in Tobago that is comfortable, unspoilt and friendly with wonderful views and caring host and hostess who live just a couple of houses away then Birdies Nest is for you. We have just returned from a great 4 week break at this comfortable apt. It really is right on the beach so to sit there in an evening eating dinner on the balcony and listening to the sea is heaven. Prince and Princess were always full of ideas for us and visted regularly to make sure we were OK and enjoying life on their lovely island.
We had a car for the 4 weeks and would recommend it - we were able to do what we wanted and when we wanted. We explored the whole area and found some wonderful beaches, restaurants and everywhere friendly people to help us on our way if necessary.
Tobago and Birdies Nest make for a great relaxing holiday in the sun
Can't thank the Robinsons enough.
Brandon Roebert from South Africa visited in July 2005 and awarded
This truly was one of the best holidays ever,the upstairs apartment is big,2 bedrooms spacious,verandha area large ,with many a memorable sundowner taken with the most amazing sunsets .The house is on the beach,a reef has been uncovered allowing a 3 ft deep lagoon to form in front of the house,washed out daily by the tides .perfect.The house has everything you need,for self catering and the hosts Prince and Princess are 2 of the nicest people you could meet.Swimming safe and snorkling awesome,I will return.....
Post Recreated: Originally posted - 31 January
After visting (my)tobago for many, many times (great job, Steve!) by virtual traveling, on sunday 9th of february the island is getting real for us. ) So: Does anyone got some personal experince (by resting there?) of the beach house "birdies nest"? Information will be wellcome - thanks Nick.