Sherwood Park Apartments - Reader Reports & Opinion
Debra Rackal from Trinidad visited in April 2008 and awarded
Sherwood Park is a very beautiful and ahs a scenic location. If you are looking for tranquility - this is the place to be. Nigel was very helpful in all his duties and made sure our stay was wonderful. Thank you
Charleen Thomas from Trinidad visited in April 2008 and awarded
My stay with friends at Sherwood Park Apartments for the Plymouth Jazz Festival in 2008 was extremely pleasing.
The rooms were spacious and the general enviroment very relaxing. The lovely breeze was an added bonus which complimented the staff and manager, as well as other European guests visiting at the same time as our group.
We were so impressed by the "homely" feel we are definitely returning.
Joanne Ali from Trinidad visited in March 2008 and awarded
Sherwood park is a relly nice place, if you need peace and quiet, then you need to stay at this place, a nice big room, kitchen, and bath, and a loveley big pool, and the grounds is really surounded by trees, and plants.....
And nigel was wonderful, he made sure we had all we needed, and if we did not he would see to it in a moments notice.
It was a nice stay, for the easter holidays...
Peter & Lorraine Hollins from U.K. visited in October 2007 and awarded
Perfect hideaway but not too remote.Friendly staff with a genuine desire to help. Ideal location for visiting the beautiful beaches. Very relaxing to sit by the pool, using the BBQ which was lit by the super efficient Nigel and his helpers, after a hard day on the beach.
We went as a foursome looking for a WOW holiday, and got at least one WOW everyday! All in all a great time was had by all.
We hope to see you all in the not too distant future.
Peter, Lorraine, Roy and Iona
Emmy & Patrick Welter from Netherlands visited in June 2007 and awarded
It was the first time that we visited Tobago and it will definitely not be the last. We found all that we were looking for: rest, relaxation, beautiful nature and very friendly and helpful people.
You have to go around the island, rent a car for a couple of days and explore. Do not stay on the main road all the time, but take the smaller roads going to secluded beaches and really mind baffling views.
The food is great and fortunately the island is not catering to mass tourism and we sincerely hope it stays that way.
Don't forget to go to the bird feeding session at Arnosvale Hotel and certainly go to the Turtle Beach Hotel after 2200 hrs to hopefully see a turtle laying its eggs. We did and it was truly a miracle.
We made 2 excursions, one with the Island Girl, Captain Scott, highly recommendable (playing with sting rays) and fantastic snorkling, great luch and all drinks available, the 2nd one an off-the-road day trip into the rainforest. Truly a beautiful experience.
The rainforest, birds, beaches, marine live and the people made our holiday unforgettable, truly a paradise.