Mary's Hill Lodge - Reader Reports & Opinion

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Jade Richardson from U.K. visited in March 2006 and awarded  Five out of Five

I have stayed here twice now over the last couple of years.

I love this place.................. it feels like a home away from home.

The location is great to get around the island, esp the market for fresh fish and produce. If you need to pick friends or family up from the ferry its a five min drive.

Airport is 20 mins if you drive like me:) i would recomend this to anyone who wants to feel the true spirit of Tobago.x

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Daniel Turner from U.K. visited in March 2005 and awarded  Four out of Five

I don't want to leave! Next guest should check the downstairs to make sure I am not hiding down there!

Everything here is amazing - the house - hats off to Louis and his carpentry skills. The beaches and the fish that live in the glorious clear water just left me in wonder. The animals, birds, lizards, bats and things that just surround you where ever you go. The hugh hospitality and friendliness of Mark & Zena and their equally amazing house (Mt.Pelier Cottages).

The weather was so good and I didn't get sunburnt - hooray! Harriet's food stall in number 5 in Scarborough market is a good tip for breakfast - salt fish sandwiches rule. Macaroni pie & callaloo with BBQ chicken is delicious.

The winding roads are pure madness - I recommend taking a couple of days to drive to Charlotteville as the views on the way are so beautiful - Pirates Bay is the best beach on the Island, but do not stay at Belle Air Cottage as the rooms have horrid bed bugs.

Coconut water, Soca music, Mt Irvine lifeguards, the cricket, snorkeling, STAG beer, and rum & tonic water, the cocorico's, the singing & music from the church at the bottom of the hill, the lovely people... I love it here and I am sure I will come again.

Big up to all the Tobagonians and cheers to Laura and Louis for letting us stay in their gorgeous house.

Love Daniel and Maxine X

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Daniel Turner from U.K. visited in February 2005 and awarded  Five out of Five

I don't want to leave! Next guest should check the downstairs to make sure I am not hiding down there!

Everything here is amazing - the house - hats off to Louis and his carpentry skills. The beaches and the fish that live in the glorious clear water just left me in wonder. The animals, birds, lizards, bats and things that just surround you where ever you go. The hugh hospitality and friendliness of Mark & Zena and their equally amazing house (Mt.Pelier Cottages).

The weather was so good and I didn't get sunburnt - hooray! Harriet's food stall in number 5 in Scarborough market is a good tip for breakfast - salt fish sandwiches rule. Macaroni pie & callaloo with BBQ chicken is delicious.

The winding roads are pure madness - I recommend taking a couple of days to drive to Charlotteville as the views on the way are so beautiful - Pirates Bay is the best beach on the Island, but do not stay at Belle Air Cottage as the rooms have horrid bed bugs.

Coconut water, Soca music, Mt Irvine lifeguards, the cricket, snorkeling, STAG beer, and rum & tonic water, the cocorico's, the singing & music from the church at the bottom of the hill, the lovely people... I love it here and I am sure I will come again.

Big up to all the Tobagonians and cheers to Laura and Louis for letting us stay in their gorgeous house.

Love Daniel and Maxine x

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Peter & Jenny Baker from U.K. visited in August 2002 and awarded  Four out of Five

We love your house, whether in sun or rainstorm. The sights and sounds all around. The visiting cat that crept up for the leftovers, the visiting bird who flew in for the crumbs, the hummingbird who darted in and out, the squawking geckos, the night beetles who make fairy lights in the trees, & in your bedroom. In your garden we saw many birds, mocking birds, blue tanagers, banana quits, woodpeckers, wrens, antshrikes, sulphurous flycatchers, palm tanagers, doves, the golden tailed bird, and not to mention the cocricos!!

Thanks for a wonderful holiday.

Peter and Jenny x

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