Bon Accord

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Rositsa Englund

Bon Accord

Post by Rositsa Englund » Mon Jan 05, 2009 10:55 am

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Hi,
I was advised to book Crown Point Beach Hotel, unfortunaly there is no accommodation availability for
our requested period 22nd. February - 4th. March, 2009.
We are 2 adults and one 7 years old child and I am not sure if it´s better to live in a villa or a hotel.
Wonder if Bon Accord area could be something for us.
Please advise

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Re: Bon Accord

Post by Steve Wooler » Mon Jan 05, 2009 11:04 am

Hello Rositsa

Welcome aboard! :D

It is entirely a matter of personal preference whether you would prefer a hotel to a rental property. To be honest, a villa would be an expensive way to do it with just two adults and a child - but it can make great economic sense for a larger family or party of 6 to 8 people. There are various small hotels and guest houses in the Crown Point area. No single place is right for everyone, so I can only suggest that you work your way through our accommodation listings and contact all properties that look suitable.

Good luck in your search.
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Re: Bon Accord

Post by David Watkins » Mon Jan 05, 2009 11:49 am

Hello Rositsa,I think you may have left it a little late to book as the period you want is over Carnival week.You could contact Yes Tourism at www.yes-tourism.com and see if they can help.
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Re: Bon Accord

Post by Clyde Alleyne » Mon Jan 05, 2009 12:26 pm

Hello Rositsa,
David is correct, that the period you are planning is one of the heaviest booked times for Tobago, since Carnival falls on February 24 & 25 this year. Many Trinidadians come over from Trinidad for the Carnival period to get away at that time, and many overseas visitors who come to Trinidad for Carnival will go on to Tobago afterwards to rest, relax and recuperate. So you may have a limited set of choices.

Another bet is for you to contact the real estate agencies in Tobago, as they manage a number of rental accommodations. They would be able to tell you immediately whether they have any suitable property available for that period. But if you are looking for economy accommodations in one of a small/medium guest houses in the Bon Accord/Crown Point area, then you would have to contact each individually.
Hope this helps.
Clyde

Rositsa Englund

Re: Bon Accord

Post by Rositsa Englund » Tue Jan 06, 2009 6:21 pm

Thanks everyone,
We have booked The mermaid hotel.
I hope it was not a stupid decision to visit Tobago during the carnival week!! :?

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Re: Bon Accord

Post by David Watkins » Tue Jan 06, 2009 8:45 pm

Rositsa,oh no Tobago is good at at any time.On Tuesday of Carnival why don't you drop into Tino's and meet a few of us.
Have a very good time (you will!) and if there is anytthing you need to know ask on this site .........someone will help
See You in Tobago,
David :D %*}

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