SeaScape - Reader Reports & Opinion

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Ron Brathwaite from U.S.A. visited in March 2012 and awarded  Four out of Five

I had a delightful stay in the village of Castara at Seascape. The accommodations were clean and the caretaker was helpful and pleasant. The villa had modern amenities and appeared well thought out. The village while small had great character and charm. This is the ideal place for the traveler who is independent, not afraid to eat real local food and wants to fall asleep to the sounds of waves crashing underneath.

The only caution is that there may be construction or additions of surrounding houses and the noise from construction can be a distraction. Howevere there is no real way of predicting when and where this will happen.

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Knut A Fjellvang from Norway visited in February 2012 and awarded  Five out of Five

Brought my whole family (5 people) to spend 2 weeks at SeaScape. The house was in great condition with all necessary utilities. The view from SeaScape is simply amazing and with the doors and window completely opened up you really get a great panoramic view. For travelling with children, the short stroll to the beach is an added bonus. Housekkeping staff is both friendly and professional and can help out with any questions and inquiries you might have.

The house has 2 apartments, and the larger one was perfect for a family. Also had a visit to WaveSong (1 bedroom), and it is also very nice, very suitable for a romantic getaway for 2. I will not hesitate to reccomend SeaScape for anyone visiting lovely Castara.

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Warwick from Australia visited in February 2012 and awarded  Five out of Five

Staying here was like a little glimpse of paradise.

If you like peace and tranquillity, and view to die for this is it.Far from the maddening crowds, this is how to get back to basics and unwind. Would love to come back some time.

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Fam. Van Kessel from Netherlands visited in January 2012 and awarded  Four out of Five

We stayed at Seascape for five days in january 2012 with our three children aged 11, 9 and 2.

We loved the house! We've been at some places around the world, but the view over sea at this point is sure one of the best we think.

The house has got everything you need. We cooked our meals ourselves some evenings and at others we ate at the beachrestaurant just a few steps below the house. It's the only restaurant at this point, but why need more?! Lovely kitchen and very friendly people!

Castara itself isn't that big, but for us it was oke. Some shops, nice restaurants, great beaches. And lots of opportunities to see more of the island.

We want to thank the local manager Rolling for taking us from and bringing us to the airport. We were a bit worried when our plane from Trinidad to Tobago was delayed, but Rolling was just patiently waiting. And allthough we arrived to early for our 'official'checking-in time, he and his wife got the house clean and the beds changed very quickly so that we did'nt have to wait to long with our children. Our youngest one really needed to take a nap after travelling so long! Great service!

We think Seascape in Castara is a lovely holiday-accomodation for a true relaxed vacation. If you're looking for nature, a calm way of living, great food and friendly people, then this is your place.

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Evan C from U.S.A. visited in November 2011 and awarded  Four out of Five

Had a lovely stay in Wind Song at SeaScape in November 2011... The ocean views are beautiful, as is the beach just below. The amenities from a January 2009 rebuild give it a notch up from most on Tobago, and the open-air style makes you feel close to nature. The owner, Dave, was responsive and easy to transact with via email/web. If you're looking for a place with little to do but relax, you've found a wonderful spot.

Among the highlights...

There's a short (1/2 mile) hike into the rainforest to a waterfall and swimming hole. The trail begins in the southern corner of the the Castara village soccer field.

Cooking up just caught fish from the local fishermen.

Most of all, I enjoyed swaying in the hammock overlooking the ocean...

Evan

NYC

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