Native Abode Bed & Breakfast - Reader Reports & Opinion
These reports are a combination of questions and comment posted in our Native Abode Bed & Breakfast forum and visitor reports added via the 'Add Report' tab above. The votes awarded are weighted by volume and date to give a truer representation of reader satisfaction [more details].
Reader Satisfaction Ranking: Weighted ranking based on 8 votes = 3.7 (max 5)
Henrice Altink from U.K. visited in September 2012 and awarded
Very welcoming hosts who do their utmost to please their guests, proving pickups to and from the airport and giving them phones during their stay. Housekeeping is immaculate and rooms have all you need inc,using free wifi cable tv and beach towels. The downside for me is its location, it is a good 20 minute walk to the beach although you can take a route taxi on the main road. Also the rooms are decorated in such a way that they feel and are quite cramped eg draped curtains , bedspreads, table and kitchen chairs etc. as most people will sat only for a few days there is no need for a kitchenette, just a small fridge would do .
Sandra Clarke from Trinidad visited in July 2012 and awarded
This guest house may be small in size, but it is big in service and professionalism. I would go back there in a minute- if they would have me!!
The property is family run and they treat you like family.
They don't really encourage small children but that's ok.
I felt welcome and welcomed and I had a great time
Mohammed Gib Gibrillah from U.K. visited in February 2012 and awarded
Wonderful place to stay, well looked after. The breakfast was fantastic. The owner and staff were helpful and polite. I will stay there again whenever am in Tobago.
Rod Mullick from U.K. visited in January 2012 and awarded
This is an excellent B&B, offering rooms superior to many hotels charging far more. The rooms are well fitted, everyone is friendly, the breakfasts excellent. Of course, there are no "hotel" facilities like a bar or pool but the beach is 20-30 minutes walk (5 by car) and at the same distance there are many good restaurants.Free Wi-Fi works well. The Guest House is in a nice residential area away from main roads and traffic noise. Local dogs and cockerels take a little getting used to, otherwise it is very quiet.
M & L Griffith from U.S.A. visited in July 2011 and awarded
Native Abode provided us with a ride from and to the airport, gracious and friendly service, free WiFI, free cable, free telephone calls to Canada, England and USA, excellent daily housekeeping, beach towels and breakfast to order rather than buffet style. The breakfast catered to all dietary habits--vegetarian, low sugar, low salt or low fat. They included fish and fruits of the season, delicate punches that are unique to that island, your own individual dining table and one could order supper rather than going out to a resturant. The room, which opened to a balcony, had furnishings to facilitate a variety of different cultures; it was impeccable and provided amenities beyond your average B&B. I was fortunate to have one of the proprietors available to drive me to the beach. The grounds were very well kept with an orchid garden to one side, a cluster of fruit trees to the other side and adequate parking. This property is away from the main road and provides a quiet, restful atmosphere. For us it was truly a home away from home and the price was right.