Blue Waters Inn - Reader Reports & Opinion

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Laila Boisselle from Trinidad visited in February 2008 and awarded  Four out of Five

We had a fantastic time. Batteaux Bay is breath taking. We spent many hours literally sitting staring at the bay, rejuvenating ourselves. The staff was very friendly, the accomodations clean and well kept. The food was also very good. However, there was little fare for lacto-vegatarians and the sea is too deep for the enjoyment of small children. There is also very little to keep small children entertained. A wonderful getaway for adults though. I dare say that even teenagers may find the spot a wee bit boring.

Again, would highly recommend for adults in desperate search of some R and R. Would definitely return for this purpose.

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Nicola from U.K. visited in November 2007 and awarded  Four out of Five

We stayed for 2 nights and were more then impressed with the accmodation.This is not my first trip to Tobago so perhaps my standards were more realistic then some others. We found the bar food was very good and of better prices then some other local places. The restaurant was not busy but that is understandable as we were out of season. There was a good choice of breakfasts as well. The staff were friendly and helpful. My partner tried the scuba diving and viewed a vast selection of fish. Ifound the snorkling disappointing on the reef as there did not seem to be many fish there. All scared off by tourists i expect!

Blue Waters is very quite in the evenings so don't go there looking for a party but,it is ideal for a get away from it all break.

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Allan Gliese Egede from Denmark visited in November 2007 and awarded  Five out of Five

This is a great place to stay! If you do not mind the 15 minute walk to Speyside, when it is time for dinner..

The restaurant is no good at the moment. Breakfast is OK (especially the omelets) but dinner is simply terrible.

Having read Steve's review we were warned about the quality of the restaurant; so we tried it once and were deeply disappointed.

For the rest of our stay we had "bar food" or went down to Speyside for dinner.

In every other aspect this is truely a wonderful place!

(This was my 7th stay and I'll be back!)

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John & Anne Farrington from U.K. visited in March 2007 and awarded  Five out of Five

Blue Waters Inn is located in a truly beautiful, unspoilt position in the NE of Tobago, directly opposite Little Tobago island. The hotel is well appointed, with an exclusive location on a beautiful, very quiet beach. The bedrooms are simply furnished, and well maintained. Facilities and restaurants are very good, but not luxurious.

There is an excellent diving centre adjoining the hotel. Staff are friendly and helpful. This is an idyllic place to enjoy the unspoilt Caribbean scenery, (the real Caribbean, not the western commercial version),nature, and birdlife. It is not a glitzy, sophisticated resort, but this is a huge benefit, not a disadvantage, in our opinion. We would certainly visit again.

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Shrubsall Gloria from New Zealand visited in November 2006 and awarded  Three out of Five

We stayed at Blue Waters Inn because that's where the UK birding company

I usually travel with stays. We were interested in the endemic birds of

Tobago and assumed this would give us easier access to the forests and

offshore islands we planned to visit.

Our room was of reasonable standard, the staff friendly and the food

of an acceptable standard.

The beach and beach facilities were run down and could benefit from

a general clean-up and maintenance programme.

The high cost of tourism in Trinidad and Tobago means long-distance

travellers probably make it a once only destination.

Our favourite destination is undoubtedly Aisa Wright's Nature Reserve and

we wished we had stayed there for the whole three weeks!!

We found your guide interesting and informative but didn't actually choose

anything from it.

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