Sea Edge - Reader Reports & Opinion
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Reader Satisfaction Ranking: Weighted ranking based on 6 votes = 3.7 (max 5)
Catherine from Canada visited in December 2008 and awarded
We stayed at Sea Edge for 1 week at the end of December. Emma, the owner, was very nice. We felt very secure. We had to rent a car because our main activities were centered at Pigeon Point. It was nice though to stay far from that location: it was exiting during the day and quiet at night.
The garden was very nice, and earing the waves breaking 24h/day right next door was enchanting. We would go back there for sure.
Martin & Rose Simpson from U.K. visited in June 2008 and awarded
We recently got back from spending two glorious weeks at Sea Edge in Bucco. What can I say about our stay well nothing short of perfect, Gemma picked us up at the airport and for the two weeks was the perfect host. We regularly had fresh flowers and fruit from the garden in our apartment which was perfect for a couple, you came up four steps onto a lovely veranda with table and chairs (perfect for eating breakfast and admiring the fantastic views) you enter through large double doors into a generous sized bedroom with large ceiling fan. On either side of the bed are two doors one to the shower room with large wardrobe the other to the small but adequate kitchen with electric hob and full size fridge.
Outside the apartment was a large garden which led to the cliff tops with fantastic views but best of all totally private. The garden was full of wildlife from tiny humming birds outside the kitchen window to huge Iguanas walking across the garden, Squirrels, bats and geckos. The apartment was only a 10min walk from Sunday School but no noise and a short walk from a fantastic beach.
I must say a quick word about Gemmas dogs; while we were there she had three large dogs from boxers to a rottweiler but they were very well behaved and were no problem. If you made a fuss of them then they made a fuss of you if you ignored them they ignored you but we thought they were great, the best thing was they were very good guard dogs if we came in late they would bark but never come running up to us which made us feel very secure in fact of the whole two weeks we never locked our doors when we went out. So if you like dogs say hello to them if not just ignore them, we enjoyed their company so much over the two weeks we even bought them a present when we left.
So in short
Gemma the perfect host 10/10
The apartment perfect for couples 10/10
Ornella Assali from Italy visited in December 2007 and awarded
The accomodation was simple but good, in a wonderful garden with a seasight like a picture. You can have breakfast 20meters from room above the reef, with every kind of birds. Everything is very easy: buy foods, fishes, restaurantes, in few minutes walking wonderfull beach and especially we wish mention the very friendly madame Gemma. Dogs are not a problem.
All our holiday was unforgetable.
Siamo partiti un po' scettici, ma appena arrivati mrs Gemma ci ha fatto sentire subito a casa nostra.
Gentilissima e discreta ha risolto tutti i nostri piccoli problemi.
L'alloggio e' essenziale, l'angolo cottura e' spartano, ma la veranda dove si mangia si affaccia sul giardino con vista incantevole.I cani, che ci preoccupavano, quasi non li abbiamo visti e sono stati sempre molto amichevoli.
In compenso le colazioni a picco sul mare sono un ricordo indimenticabile. Consigliamo vivamente una vacanza fai da te.
Guest Report 05 Apr 2007
Mandy H from UK visited in March 2007 and awarded
If you want simple, reasonably priced accomodation, a peaceful location, beautiful gardens, then Sea Edge is the perfect place to stay! My partner and I stayed for one week of our two week stay in Tobago, and it was bliss!
The location is perfect for dining out at night (lots of restaurants within 5 mins drive) and also for Sunday School - 5 mins walk, but no noise whatsoever.
The double doors open up to the bedroom, which has a double bed complete with mozzie net, and a ceiling fan. The door to the left of the bed leads to the bathroom, with shower. The door on the right leads to the small, but perfectly adequate kitchen. We only made breakfast and our picnic lunches at the cottage, but if you were making dinner there it could be a bit tight for space.
The best part of the accomodation is the little porch where you can sit out and take in the wildlife. We saw squirrels, HUGE iguanas, so-called 'foot-flappers', and beautiful birds. It is also (as the name suggests!) on the Sea Edge, and we regularly sat by the cliff watching the waves rolling in whilst drinking our tea in the morning, or drinking a cold Carib in the evening while the sun went down.
The cottage is in the grounds of Gemma's house, meaning there's always someone there to help you if you need it. She even did some washing for us free of charge.
Gemma has 3 dogs - the boxer, Marco, is fantastic, and will walk you right to the door at night - like having your own security guard! Our only suggestion is that the other two should perhaps be kept on a chain while guests are there. We had no problems whatsoever, but if you don't like bigger dogs, you may be a bit wary.
Gemma is a fantastic host, who could not have done more to make us feel comfortable. You immediately feel at home in the cottage, and the garden is a dream to watch. We HIGHLY recommend this accomodation to others.
Gill Kopy from Canada visited in March 2007 and awarded
What a lovely spot - and charming host, Gemma. Another feature is Grange Beach which is less than a 5 min. walk - we sometimes had the beach to ourselves. Fresh fruit breakfasts on our little porch in the company of birds and iguanas - wonderful.