SeaScape - Reader Reports & Opinion
Tom Molin from U.S.A. visited in January 2010 and awarded
Seascape is a charming accommodation with an awesome view overlooking the ocean and Heavenly Bay beach. It was kind of like being in heaven. Located very conveniently to beaches, snorkeling, restaurants and the fishing village of Castara, we were able to get along without a car and walked everywhere. The English-speaking people of Castara were very friendly, especially if you greeted them first with a smile and "good morning" or whatever the time of day. The
fresh fish and native foods were delicious with no worries of eating the food and drinking the water. Alibaba Tours, located a few steps from Seascape, was very helpful in arranging our snorkeling tour and tour into the Rain Forest. Their guides were delightful and knowledgeable.
We loved our peaceful stay at Seascape in Castara, Tobago.
Lesley Mansfield from U.S.A. visited in January 2010 and awarded
We spent a wonderful week in Castara and I am convinced this is the best place to stay. SeaScape is beautifully designed and very comfortable. The location on Little Bay is ideal, the views from the private deck are amazing, the people are friendly, and just about everything you need is right in town. You are a short walk from several restaurants, groceries, and lots of local nightlife (bring ear plugs if you think the Wednesday night steel pan band at the Boathouse will bother you).
The beds are really comfortable, the shower is excellent, the kitchen is well equipped, and the view alone is worth the price.
David N from U.S.A. visited in December 2009 and awarded
This is an amazingly beautiful place overlooking the best beach in Tobago! I couldn't believe my eyes looking out over the balcony every morning. I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a little piece of paradise.
Linda Levy from U.S.A. visited in December 2009 and awarded
I had the good fortune to stay at Seascape for three nights last week. I stayed in both cottages, Wave Song and Sunset and loved them both. WaveSong has a large balcony with folding doors that turn the entire main room into the outdoors. We spent all our time out there! Sunset is a bit larger, with an upstairs bedroom that also has an attached balcony. Both cottages overlook Heavenly Bay and the sound of the waves is ever-present. On New Year's Day I woke to the sight of the full moon reflecting the newly rising sun over the water -- amazing.
Both cottages come complete with linens and everything you need for the kitchen/dining. Unusual for Tobago, the owners also supply some very nice soap, shampoo, conditioner, and body lotion! The kitchen and baths are modern and immaculate. The property manager, Rollin, is very nice and helpful.
Seascape is very conveniently located to the beach at Heavenly Bay and the Boathouse restaurant, and just a quick walk to the main beach of Castara (use the dirt footpath that takes you up behind Blue Mango) and the shops there. The "Fruit King of Castara" (not to be confused with the "Fruit King of Speyside") visits every morning. Be sure to ask the price first, he can be a little pricey, but of course will bargain.
We have spent Xmas/New Year's in Tobago for the last nine years, and have always searched for the perfect accommodation -- this is it!
Anna Costantini from U.K. visited in September 2009 and awarded
My now finace and i stayed at seascape for a few nights in September. A lovely set up, gorgeous views, and the chalet, although simple, had everything you could need, and the towels and bed linen were lovely! :)
The view from the upstairs bedroom was gorgeous, the main attraction i think, so good infact, that my boyfriend at the time changed his plans to propose on one of the beaches in the areas, and proposed on the balconey instead, at sunset!!