Naturalist Beach Resort - Reader Reports & Opinion

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Avian De Gannes from Trinidad visited in March 2008 and awarded  Five out of Five

For the two nights I stayed at the Naturalist I had to switch rooms, and so I got a taste of two of the rooms instead of just one. I spent the second night of my stay in Salmon, a cozy, fully self- contained room just a few footsteps away from the sea. I didn't much mind the switch from the Blue Marlin Suite on the first night because I gave short notice and was "squeezed" into the schedule..... Thank you Ancle.

My one night stay at the Blue Marlin Suite was more than I expected. The view of the sun setting over the beautiful Caribbean Sea is absolutely breathtaking. This short get away gave to me exactly what I needed (stress relief), and proved to be much more than I bargained for. The true surprise however, came later in the evening. On Sundays, there is a buffet style Bar- B- Que Dinner done at the Naturalist, which features some form of local entertainment everytime. It was fantastic! I had no intentions of leaving that place to return to my normal routine and my job!!!

I definitely plan on returning soon!


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Kelli Hyatt from U.S.A. visited in March 2008 and awarded  Five out of Five

We stayed in the Blue Marlin suite, and it was sweet!

The views were unbelievable, the room was nice (no hot water), we had a lot of privacy and felt the room was perfect for our trip with an infant ( he napped while we ate the included breakfast below the room with the stairway within arms reach and sight heading up to the room)

Additionally we enjoyed snorkeling in the bay with one person basking on the deck while the baby napped.

The staff is friendly and helpful.

A tip: the arranged pick-up didn't go so smooth and we ended up hiring a cab for half the price both times.

Car rental is worth it, especially to go into the rain forest and over to pirates bay.

Castara is a gorgeous little fishing village, we bought tuna from a fisherman as fresh as it gets.

The room was clean and pretty, with an electronic safe. Panoramic views.

well worth the extra money.

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Marva A Lovelace from Trinidad visited in November 2007 and awarded  Four out of Five

I was an extremely satisfied customer. Ancil ensured that our needs were meet. I have and will continue to recommend the Resort to my friends and family. The location is safe, clean and relaxing.



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Gavin Parsons from Canada visited in November 2007 and awarded  Four out of Five

We loved our stay at the Naturalist. We had stayed a couple of days up the road at the Sea Level and it was like moving to the Hilton after that experience.

Ancil, the owner, was very accomadating and informative.

The room, although small, was very clean and well maintained. The staff looked after the room every day and we were very pleased with their service

The best part is the location, right on the beach.

The village is a very friendly place to be, although it can seem small after a few days. We bought all our food and bread from the local venders. Also it is great to get the fresh seafood in the afternoon when the fisherman come in from their day on the ocean.

The two beaches are great for sunbathing and swimming and there are some nice walks, especially up to the waterfall.

We rented a car from Ancil, which was in good condition and well priced. It is almost essential to rent a car if you want to see any of the country. Other transport is just to unreliable. We reccomended the Naturalist to our honeymooning son & daughter-in-law. They stayed in the Kingfish room and agree with our synopsis.

I would highly reccomend "The Naturalist" to anyone going to Castara.

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K.Armstrong from Ireland visited in June 2007 and awarded  Five out of Five

My husband and I stayed in the Naturalist for 4 nights in mid June. It was our first time in Tobago, and having done our research on accommodation we were pleased to find that we had definately made the right choice.

We stayed in the Kingfish room which is at the front of the building and has a little porch with beach views. The room was basic but spotlessly clean (in fact it was cleaned every day!), and with the seabreeze we found no need for aircon. It was great to walk 10m from our room, straight onto the beach, and have a swim - it is one of the few properties in Castara which is right on rhe beach.

Ancle (owner/manager) lives 'on site' and was most helpful during our stay without being overbearing. He was always on hand, and we hired a jeep from him for one day to go to Charlottesville.

Because we were only in Castara for 4 days we chose not to do too much self catering - cafe delight (under the blue marlin suite) served breakfast, and we were able to get lunch or dinner at the almond tree or marguerites - other restaurants were closed as it was low season. We found dinner prices to be a little higher than expected but the food was always tasty. We also enjoyed meeting some of the locals at the recently opened 'D Lime' bar.

In summary, would highly recommend the Naturalist -friendly staff, clean well priced rooms, and a great beachfront location in one of the nicest villages on Tobago.

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