Stewart's Guesthouse - Reader Reports & Opinion

These reports are a combination of questions and comment posted in our Stewart's Guesthouse forum and visitor reports added via the 'Add Report' tab above. The votes awarded are weighted by volume and date to give a truer representation of reader satisfaction [more details].

Reader Satisfaction Ranking:  Weighted ranking based on 15 votes = 3.9  (max 5)

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Judith Clinton from Trinidad visited in October 2015 and awarded  One out of Five

It was the worst experience of my life the sheets on the bed was disgusting they were worn out I could not tell what color they were I had to use my towel to sleep on.The toilet was as low as the floor no television or WiFi the sofa in the kitchen need to be thrown out because they were nasty really nasty. That dump should never be call a guest house the owner Ms Stewart need to sleep in those rooms for punishment. Never again

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Wendy Ragoo from Trinidad visited in April 2014 and awarded  Five out of Five

Very accommodating and it's location is ideal . Walking distance to the beach, restaurants and the airport. I will recommend it to anyone. The rooms are air conditioned and the beds very comfortable. I prefer staying in the upstairs rooms however.

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Andy Wilshire from Trinidad visited in January 2014 and awarded  Four out of Five

Stayrd teo nights at this guess house very accommodating for my budget, shower was nice. Only problem too much noise from the road when stayed in room 5. The owner as always very pleasant.

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Sharon from Denmark visited in November 2013 and awarded  One out of Five

I was not pleased at all, got the worst room in the house #5 which was close to the kitchen and the main road, it was a horrible night, didn't get any sleep, when the street noise calmed down, someone came into the kitchen to do some cleaning, i then had to endure the clattering of pots and pans, cupboards doors slamming and chairs being dragged around, all of which was being done while it was still dark outside around 4:30-5:00 am. I didn't expect this from a guest house.

It was a bad first experience, but, I will not let it deter me from visiting Tobago again,I will just make a better choice next time around....

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Renis Gabriel from Trinidad visited in May 2013 and awarded  Five out of Five

If your budget does not allow you to stay at one on the more exquisite hotels, but you want to enjoy the beautiful beaches and sunset scenery of Tobago, then Stewart's Guest House is a great choice. It is very simple. It's like being home away for home. Some of the most beautiful beaches are just three minutes away. Pigeon Point, Store bey and Buccoo Reef tours are easily accessible. There is a variety of supermarkets in the vicinity as well as local cuisine. Internet cafe and fast cash machines are also with walking reach. The airport is a five minute walk away and next to the guest house is a Port Authority outlet for Ferry tickets.

Ms. Stewart is very pleasant and tries to supply your needs in the event that anything is needed. I have been taking students there foe many years. They are foreigners. A lot of them are from wealthy families and never complain even after they have visited to the large beautiful hotels.

The rooms are air conditioned but fans are provided if you don't favor AC.

It is a great opportunity for cultural emersion as the area gives you the experience of the little island home where you meet wonderful people and bask in the simplicity of the Tobago lifestyle.

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