Plantation View Villa - Reader Reports & Opinion

These reports are a combination of questions and comment posted in our Plantation View Villa 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 21 votes = 4.2  (max 5)

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Andrea Brown-St Hilaire from Trinidad visited in November 2017 and awarded  Five out of Five

My stay at the Plantation View was satisfactory.although it was mainly used to sleep as most of the day was spent with family and friends were at another location. It was clean and comfortable and the person inchage of overseeing the property was easy to contact and quite helpful and friendly. Its a Nice getaway from the

busy life.

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Natalie Gooding from Trinidad visited in July 2017 and awarded  Five out of Five

The location was easy find as there were landmarks to guide you, having a vehicle is recommended for ease of convenience. The villa was very spacious with all basic amenities provided. Very kid friendly, my son enjoyed the pool table. The view is very spectacular, even moreso at night. Totally relaxing, the pool area was very clean. The villa manager was always available and accommodating. A great location for a family or any get together.

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Derik Donawa from Trinidad visited in August 2016 and awarded  Four out of Five

This spot was lovely and very picturesque. It was a perfect location for relaxing and enjoying nature. However the upstairs apartment was nicer and than the downstairs apartment. Also the next time we visit hopefully the road gets repaired. But all in all, Plantation View Villa is a grade A vacation spot.

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Marianne from U.K. visited in April 2016 and awarded  Five out of Five

I arrived back from Tobago almost a week ago now and have been so chilled out and relaxed it has taken me this long to write about how wonderful my holiday experience was. Plantation View Villa is a short car ride from the airport and is set in the Idyllic countryside about 500 feet above sea level. It has panoramic views over the Altantic with Trinidad visible in the distance. It was like returning home to Tobago for me, as it is about 10 years since my last visit. My friends and I can quite honestly say that our stay at Plantation View was amazing. The accommodation was great with all rooms having an en suite. As we sunned ourselves on the loungers cooling off in the swimming pool and jacuzzi was a must. We played pool and games in the evening whilst the lobsters and steaks cooked on the barbie. It was the ideal location to visit the rest of the island and we were lucky enough to be in Tobago for the annual Jazz festival and went to Jazz at Scarborough, Castara and Mount Irvine bay. We would like to raise a rum punch in thanks and absolutely intend to visit Tobago again and now would not stay anywhere else but at Plantation View Villa.

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Densile Roobs from U.K. visited in October 2014 and awarded  Five out of Five

Fantastic Villa, clearly looked after and maintained well. Gardens have so much space the grand children could just about get lost enough for silence in the air, but still secure with the garden being fenced appropriately...

Pictures don't do this Villa justice (and would actually benefit an update for the recent works obviously having been completed.

Such a quiet location with a staggering view - I will certainly be visiting again, and this time with more people as the villa is vast (and versitile over 2 separable floors like 2 flats - amazing)!!

Thanks to Barry

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