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Denise Parkinson

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Post by Denise Parkinson » Thu May 12, 2011 10:28 am

We had the pleasure of staying at Sea Breeze at Hibiscus Heights for two weeks in late April, early May 2011. Stunning location and absolutely beautiful space to our family to relax and luxuriate in. We have a young child who loved the pool and taking naps in the hammock. The service that Paul and Jill provided was excellent – very high standards. It was my first time to Tobago – Paul took the trouble everyday to suggest restaurants and places of interest, things to do etc. He even drove us to the Annual Goat Races where we happened to make it on to the 7pm news.

The local area where Hibiscus Heights is located is also fantastic. I really suggest buying your fruit every morning from Mervyn’s fruit stand at the bottom of the road. Also, dinner at the Fish Pot is a must as well as take away Caribbean food from Joanne’s stand. All located a few minutes from the Heights. As far as excursions, make a visit to Eamonn – two villa’s away up the hill and let him take you out on a guided tour of the Island by bicycle. It’s safe and his bikes are in mint condition. Also a very special way to see Tobago where the cars don’t go. We also recommend Horseback riding in the ocean and on the beach with Healing Touch Horses in Bucoo. We had never been on horses before and found this a very special experience. To complete your stay – you must book a day cruise on the catamaran called Island Girl and go to the snorkeling spots and hidden bays that are only accessible by boat.

It is worth noting that we only rented a car for 2 days out of the entire 2 weeks we were there as Hibiscus Heights is so central and you can walk to 2 of the best beaches in Tobago.

Whatever you wish, Paul will be on call to make your trip a very memorable holiday of a lifetime. As was ours. We are already planning to go back.

• Denise Parkinson, Paul Robinson – London, England


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