Petit Careme Villa - Reader Reports & Opinion
Purnell Sookhai from Trinidad visited in September 2010 and awarded
I stayed at the Apartment and it was very comfortable, spacious and fully outfitted with all the necessities I would have at home. The location was very secure and quiet. I am sure to return here on my next visit to Tobago.
Kim Narine from Trinidad visited in August 2010 and awarded
Petit Careme is a beautiful villa, we spent six nights we had a wonderful vacation. I must say the villa was well kept, clean and well decorated.My kids just love and enjoyed the splash pool I am looking foward to stay at the villa again and would definitely recommed it to anyone.
Kim and Tony Narine August 2010.
Diane Bellamy from Trinidad visited in August 2010 and awarded
I must say that Petit Careme way exceeded mine and my family's expectations.The surroundings, the facilities, and especially the villa, we were all very comfortable and most of all we felt at home. We spent more time at the villa than we did sightseeing or at the beaches.We have stayed at a lot of other places before in Tobago and for me Petit Careme is the the best, you wake up to birds singing in the morning, the trees, the flowers and the greenery are all so relaxing to look at.I especially liked the decor, I would recommend Petit Careme to all my friends and family.
Nalinee from Trinidad visited in August 2010 and awarded
Clean,safe and beautiful.A truly remarkable place to stay at whilst in Tobago.Petit Careme stands out in comparison to all other accommmodations that I have visited.The villa,its environs and the personnel-Charmaine,all contributed immensely to this experience.
Robin Heeralal from Trinidad visited in July 2010 and awarded
I have been communicating with Merilee for maybe more than 2 months making arrangements, payments, etc.... all in anticipation of taking a small vacation that carry a degree of excitement... The short vacation with the wife and 2 kids was ideal. Good spirits, weather, tasty food, nice people and a very accomodating place to stay. The last email I wrote to Merilee was indeed kind of a sad one as it has all come to and end now. But it reminds me of these large dinners that you are always excited about. When the main course is served, they tell you to keep your fork in hand as dessert would be served. So as far as I know, keeping my fork is a signal that better things are yet to come.
With that, I wish to express my thanks to Merilee and Villas on the Greens staff for your professionalism and hospitality in accomodating us in Tobago.... my trip was indeed worth every penny. I say goodbye with my fork in my hand and surely look forward to visiting Petit Careme again.