Speyside Inn - Summary Description
21 room Hotel/Inn. Reader Satisfaction Rating
A 21 room seafront hotel on the outskirts of the fishing village of Speyside, on the north-eastern Atlantic coast of the island. Popular with birdwatchers, divers and snorklers. The few reviews we've seen have been very complimentary about the Speyside Inn and personally, we have been very impressed with their restaurant and used it regularly during our last stay in Speyside.
The Inn was taken over by Extra Divers Worldwide in late 2004 and is now fully operational.
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Nestled in the green, lush foothills of the fishing village of Speyside...
We offer you twentyone (21) rooms with air-conditioning or ceiling fan breathtaking ocean views from quiet balconies will become a normal part of your stay with us.
Three bungalows with large balconies and own kitchens overlooking our pool windows, opening out onto our beautifully landscaped grounds, let in cool, soothing breezes
The Speyside Inn is a charming seafront hotel on the outskirts of the fishing village of Speyside. All guestrooms feature ensuite direct sea view, A/C units or ceiling fans, minibars, and safety deposit boxes. The Hotel also offers self-catering facilities in three appealingly rustic cabins set back into the rain forest with magnificent view over the Ocean.
In the North of Tobago, away from hustle and bustle of the tourist center Crown Point, the mountains drop directly into the sea, catching a multitude of deserted coves and beaches in their folds.
Back on land, Speyside is a natural magnet for birdwatchers. Mountains, forests, and unregenerate cocoa estates abound, bringing a constant parade of bird species within easy view.