SeaScape - Reader Reports & Opinion

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Salwa Beheiry from U.S.A. visited in January 2011 and awarded  Four out of Five

I am a big fan of Tobago. My last visit which was my fourth, was to celebrate my birthday in a very special place accompanied with my children who are 28 and 30 years old. We had the most fantastic time. My children stayed at Seascape and I stayed in an adjacent rental property. Seascape was an ideal place to stay and exceeded our expectations. It is close to the beach, very well equipped, clean and modern. But above all is the sweeping view of the Caribbean water from high above the village of Castara. We will definitely go back soon.

Thank you David for the gem you have built in that very special place.

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William Young from U.K. visited in January 2011 and awarded  Three out of Five

Lovely situation, satisfactorily equipped villa overlooking the beach. An uncomfortable ascent up unlit steps to reach the accomodation. Nights interrupted by incesantly barking dogs in the village below. Need a car, but nowhere to park!

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B. Howley from U.S.A. visited in December 2010 and awarded  Five out of Five

We were so satisfied with our stay at seascape! the house and view are beautiful, and full of so many wonderful amenities! the local caretakers of the home, levonne & rolling, were extremely helpful and patient with us. i would highly recommend this home for anyone looking for a perfect getaway in the most beautiful bay tobago has to offer! the only downside that i could even possibly conceive is that it has no internet access but on a beach this beautiful it's not needed.

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Mark Reinhardt from U.S.A. visited in December 2010 and awarded  Five out of Five

Our party of 6, we spent a week in both units at Sea Scape. We had a great time. SeaScape is pretty close to perfect. Castara is spectacularly beautiful, and the village has a great scene, too. Of the spots in the area, nothing beats SeaScape's location perched above Heavenly Bay. The units are not huge, but they are roomy enough for the group-sizes advertised, and they are comfortable, light, airy, and aesthetically pleasing. Having driven all over the north half of the island we couldn't think of anywhere on Tobago we'd rather stay.

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Jenny And Henry Fay from U.K. visited in November 2010 and awarded  Five out of Five

This was our second stay at the one-bedroom apartment, "Wave Song". Our first stay, in 2009, was only for a few days and we loved it so much that we really had to go back and stay for longer! There had been some good additions to the apartment, like a hammock, but nothing to spoil the chic, uncluttered feel of the place. Our previous visit was in January so November was very different in terms of the weather but even during heavy rainstorms the apartment has a romantic charm. The view of the ocean is absolutely breath-taking whatever the weather. Castara remains an unspoilt location with really friendly locals and a good range of basic amenities. Lavonne and Rolling, who look after the apartment, were very helpful and attentive and kept the place spotlessly clean. Almost the standard of care you would expect from a boutique hotel! Perfect for a laid-back escape.

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