Gloucester Place - Reader Reports & Opinion
Brian And Jenny Malone from U.K. visited in January 2008 and awarded
We stayed in the cottage which sleeps 4 persons. The accommodation was very comfortable with all the facilities we required. Our hosts were very helpful, most welcoming and friendly. We loved the views from the swimming pool area. For 4 people the cost was very reasonable and privacy was assured. We would have no hesitation in staying there again.
Adi Forman from U.K. visited in December 2007 and awarded
We stayed at Win & Bea's Essex cottage with our two young children for over a week. It is an unbelievably beautiful tree house, overlooking rainforest and the sea, with the sound of their very own river flowing through.
Both Win and Bea were really warm and welcoming and very helpful with tips and advice on places to go, do, see and eat. I regret not staying here longer as it is a wonderful location to get to all the amazing beaches, waterfalls, diving locations and rainforest walks.
Highly, highly recommend this place!!
David Griffiths from U.K. visited in December 2007 and awarded
We stayed 5 weeks at Gloucester Place and from the beginning were made most welcome greeted by a rum punch and dinner on arrival. and in the morning breakfast with local fruits and juices etc.The rooms in the main house were large bright and airy with access to balconies.All rooms with airconditioning and beds comfortable.Waking up to the sound of the surf on the beaches below and and over the garden with loads of brightly
coloured birds.There is an extensive library of paperback books and a selection of DVD's for a lazy evening in
The cottage is self catering and although there is no air con it is cool and airy open to the breeze with an even better view point of the birds and garden
Bea will if you let her know make a dinner for you as an extra
and very good to.
The house is about an hours drive from the airport around which are the main shopping areas and night life and as the house is that far out would suggest a hire car for sight seeing the rest of the island.
Parlitouvier Bay is a nice quiet beach where you can swim or snorkel and buy fish of the local boats when they come in around 3 pm. Look out for the huge sting rays when the boats come to the jetty. The other way is Englishmans Bay where you can do the same with the convenience of a resturaunt on the beach.
For the more adventuresome there is scuba diving at Speyside 40 minutes away and also at Crown Point.
What more can I say most enjoyable holiday and would recommend to anyone.
If Win and Bea suggest playing dominoes prepare to be beaten as they are experts
Vicky Hey from U.K. visited in December 2007 and awarded
We found Gloucester Place to be one of the best places we stayed in Tobago, Win and Bea, the owners, were very welcoming and great hosts, we felt like part of the family, and we were only there 3 nights! We felt we had known them for years!
The bedroom was great, with fabulous sea views and private balcony. The infinity pool was great for a refreshing dip with a great view!
Bea and Win could not do enough for us, we loved the laid back feel of the place and great music win played!
We had a couple of excellant meals cooked by Bea and sat out on the balcony at night drinking beer and chatting like we lived there!
We thoroughly recommend this place!!
Penny Aston from U.K. visited in October 2007 and awarded
We fell in love with Gloucester Place, we stayed in the tree house which was separate from the main house. The house was basic in so much you had to make your own entertainment, there was no TV/Radio/DVD. The kitchen had all you needed to eat in - and the Owners were very friendly and let us use the BBQ at the main house. The views from the house were amazing. It was very isolated (only a road side shack for emergency rations) so the hours drive to Crown Point for food did get a little tiresome.
However the surrounds, Parlatuvier Bay and the welcome we got at the local restaurant (we were the only tourists as it was too early season) was amazing. As were the birds and the sea life at Parlatuvier Bay and the resident Turtle. We are definately going back.