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information on seahorse inn
Posted: Fri Nov 03, 2006 9:34 pm
Hello.Any information on whats happening with the seahorse inn?
I rang to make a booking for next year and was told that there is building
work going on.Any information or contact details for the new owners would be very much appreciated!!
Posted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 10:34 am
Sorry for the delay, but I wanted to check that out. Did you ring the Seahorse Inn itself? Yes, there is currently THA drainage work going on outside the restaurant, but that's the only building work. You mention "new owners", but there's no word out that the place has been sold.
I think I'll try and contact the owner, Nick Hardwick, because this all sounds very strange. As far as I know, its entirely "business as usual".
Posted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 1:12 pm
Thanks for responding!I live in Jordan at the moment so information
on Tobago is pretty difficult to get!Yes, after sending many unanswered emails to the seahorse inn, I phoned directly and spoke to Norma, who
told me it had been sold and was due to be renovated next year so wouldnt be a good spot to stay in.She went on to tell me about her new
villas close by and said she would send links...which i havent yet received.
I have my heart set on the seahorse inn so any information regarding whats going on would be most appreciated!
Love your website by the way,its fantastic!
Posted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 4:30 pm
OK - I won't say straight from the horse's mouth because Norma may take that the wrong way.
The Seahorse Inn is NOT closed or under new management and there are no plans/need to close it for refurbishment. Your discussion with Norma was in connection with Sandpiper, a villa owned by the Hardwick family, but otherwise no conneciton with The Seahorse Inn or guest rooms at the Seahorse.
Hope this clarifies the situation.
Posted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 5:12 pm
Thanks..Im still confused about the phone call but will book seahorse inn
A million thanks for clarifying that!Heading to tobago for my wedding
so I am sure to be book on the forum many,many times before then!!
Posted: Sun Nov 05, 2006 9:36 pm
Hi.I have stayed at both and think for a wedding venue seahorse
would be the better of the two.Its awesome!