The 19-room Nabucco's Resort Speyside Inn is owned by a German scuba diving operation. Their on-site dive shop and service, Extra Divers, has an excellent reputation. Speyside offers some of the very best diving in Tobago and the wider Caribbean and most of these sites are just a short boat ride from the hotel. The hotel has a small restaurant and swimming pool.
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Nestled between the lush foothills of Tobago's highest mountain and the beach of Speyside bay, 'Nabucco's Resort Speyside Inn' and Dive Centre has spectacular unhindered views across the water and out to the nature reserves of Little Tobago and Goat Island.
The small hotel with the attached Extra Divers Dive Centre Speyside Inn provides its clients an ultimate dive holiday and an amazing nature spectacle as well in an unspoiled place, far away from mass tourism.
The hotel provides 19 amiable rooms. 16 double rooms, equipped with a queen-size bed or two single beds, shower/WC, air condition, safe box, mini fridge and a balcony with direct sea view. It also provides 3 rustic cottages with a small kitchenette and a view around the whole bay.
Breakfast (à la carte) is included in the price. The hotels own restaurant provides lunch and dinner à la carte. The hotels is offering fantastic creole food, as well as European specialties and a wide range of great cocktails.
Those who are going to explore the amazing flora and fauna on Tobago, will be able to look around for hummingbirds, colorful parrots or snakes in the opulent green rain forest.
Or you could go for a walk to the next fishermen village Charlotteville, one of the most romantic places on the island.
For a fee diving, snorkeling, jungle trips, bird watching or glass bottom boat tours can be arranged.
9 readers voted for this property. However, these votes are very old and so have been discounted.
N k Dugan from U.S.A. visited in December 2012 and awarded
On Christmas day we went up to Speyside to stay at the Speyside Inn and dive there for two days. The Inn is the epitome of backpacker accommodations at a luxury price. Housekeeping left us only one towel when they cleaned the room. There were cobwebs on the ceiling. And while the Inn itself was bad enough, it could not hold a candle to the restaurant.
The restaurant at the Speyside Inn has to be one of the worst restaurants in the world. The food was terrible to the point of being inedible. The prices were extremely high for what we received. The staff was unfriendly, uncaring, and exceedingly slow. They really seemed put out that there were customers at the bar when we arrived.
Tanja and Adrian work very hard to make the dive shop and resort work. They were friendly and went out of their way to make sure we had a good time. The pace they are keeping will assure that they burn out very quickly. They simply cannot make the Speyside Inn work without support from staff which they absolutely do not have.
If we could go back and stay in Speyside again, we would definitely stay and eat at Blue Waters Inn. The prices for both accommodations and food were almost identical to Speyside Inn’s, but Blue Waters staff was a lot more pleasant and the rooms a lot more luxurious. In all, Speyside Inn is nowhere close to a good value for the price even in that very small market.
Raphaele from France visited in October 2012 and awarded
We spent 6 days at the speyside inn resort and we recommend it. We were warmly welcome by Adrian at the airport. Our room was very clean and spacious. We found the dive masters to be very professional and friendly. The food was quite good as well.
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