Treasure in Trinidad, nestled unceremoniously in the hills of the scenic north coast, this charming yet unpretentious home opens its doors lovingly to those who enter. Freshly cut flowers casually catch the attention. Colibris abound and they fearlessly enter into conversation with anyone who listens. The clean, cool mountain air, vibrant tropical flora, fauna and sprawling ocean views simultaneously soothe and stimulate the senses. Beautiful, nurturing and inspiring.
Bev and Paul have a truly spectacular view and home. We stayed for one week but could have easily stayed for longer. They were able to advise us of so many things to do and see. They have an ideal location. It is peaceful and scenic but a short drive to the beaches and Port-of-Spain. They have a nature trail and the resident dogs were more than happy to walk with us.
At night it would cool off nicely and always had a nice breeze. The rooms were clean and looked as advertised. Everything was very comfortable and made for a very relaxing stay.
I would not hesitate to stay here again! Thank you both for being such wonderful hosts.
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We were weary at first as to where we were going, the house is definitely off the beaten track. Your car must be able to climb steep hills. The house itself was at the top of the hill and is absolutely beautiful and beautifully located. The design of the house is very modern with lots of open space that takes advantage of the wonderful scenery and island light. The owners were quite friendly and welcoming; the house contains 4 bedrooms that can be occupied by other travelers so you get the feel of a hostel without actually staying at a hostel. Wifi is available, but this is the sort of location that you just want to unplug. Water is limited as it is brought in by a water truck, but there was still enough for everyone. Fav moment:: taking a small hike into the jungle by myself with the owners' dogs - they practically led the way! It can get quite windy at night, so you may need to secure windows and doors and bring an extra sweater...I know right, a sweater in the Caribbean?