Miller's Guest House - Reader Reports & Opinion

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Britt Jul from Denmark visited in March 2010 and awarded  Four out of Five

Very nice and cosy place, god food at the restaurant El Pascardo which is right next to the rooms/appartmens - Miller is very kind and helpful. A nice place to stay when you are traveling with children : )

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Andrea from Austria visited in December 2009 and awarded  One out of Five

Warning: It seems that the seriousness from Winston has changed by now. I booked our room in may 2009 and had some mails between to be in touch, the last mail with the actuel flightdates 3 days before our arrival. Our flight arrival was in the evening and when we arrived at millers guesthouse it was about 23:00. And then - it is a mystery for me - Winston told us that he has no room for us!!!

Here the mail confirmation copy from May 2009 to proof:

"Dear Madam,

Your reservation is duly noted and confirmed.

I suggest though for you to continue to send emails to keep us in the loop as the time you are supposed to arrive is to the end of this year.

Please be guided accordingly.

All the best,

God Bless!!

Winston Pereira [Owner/Manager}"

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Stephanie from U.S.A. visited in December 2009 and awarded  Four out of Five

Our stay at the Miller's Guest House in Bucco was short but wonderful. Winston helped us with the arrangements to arrive and greeted us promptly and pleasantly. Our room was fine, standard, and the larger complex was great. The restaurant on site was delicious with lots of friendly guests. Great value!

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Hallie from U.S.A. visited in March 2009 and awarded  Five out of Five

We stayed in the hostel and it was wonderful!! Very clean and homey, plus a kitchen (complete with stove and utensils and refrigerator/freezer) we didn't even know would be there! Great location- right on the beach with a gorgeous view. And great owners, too- friendly and helpful. Highly recommended.

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Tim And Maggie from U.K. visited in February 2009 and awarded  Four out of Five

Booked this as a "banker" for our first couple of nights before heading off for some rain forest adventures up north. At a reasonable distance from the airport and the main tourist hub it promised to be the right kind of vibe.

Arriving at around mid afternoon on the Thursday we were greeted by Winston who informed us that due to some unforseen circumstnaces the room we had booked was unavailable. No problem, we could have the little appartment overlooking the terrace at the same price. So no complaints there.

After a quick dip and a chilled Carib it became apparent that the "unforseen circumstances" involved a big accident in the bay with a yacht that had just come over from Africa, with a woman swimming behind, can you believe!! After all that hard work they had got snagged in some buoy lines in the bay and had lost power. Winds and swell crashed the poor old boat onto reef and the rest was history. What excitement! Pretty crap for the poor crew on the boat mind. Winston provided accommodation for evryone so at least they could lick their wounds with a cool beer and some top grub.

The reason I mention this bit is that Winston and his staff dealt magnificently with the drama and still provided a top spot for us to stay. It was the perfect intro into Tobago for what was our first visit. The room was basic but just right, nice and bright with a good shower, top views and a comfy bed. And great food too with Leonardo at the helm in the little waterside restaurant providing a distinctly Latin theme to the food. A top unspoiled beach (lets keep it that way!)is just 5 minutes walk away and the village of Buccoo is a great little place to hang out. We missed the Sunday School shenanigans but will catch it next time.

Would we go back? You bet. We plan on getting nicely acquainted with Tobago over the coming years and Winston won't have seen the back of us just yet. Thanks for a memorable stay and see you in 2010.

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