One word to describe Birdies Nest would be PERFECTION, because that's what Prince Robinson and his mother Princess Robinson aims for. Wonderful location not far from the bright light of the city but not a rural area, directly adjacent to the beach from the wonderful infinity pool it feels like your in the beach but without the waves. Spotless apartments, equip with all basic necessities. Prince is a wonderful person even leaving wine on ice with grapes, apples and bananas, what a lovely gesture. He also so helpful when we found ourselves in problems at 3:00am in the morning hours before or boat ride home. Thanks again Prince for recommending that particular taxi service, for a moment there I thought I wasn't going home. Next time well make more use of the facility, have a little BBQ, relax more in your lovely pool and of course chill with a great host. From one business man to the next keep up the excellent work.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Birdie's Nest holiday apartments are a gem, tucked away beside the beach on the Caribbean coast of Tobago, at Great Courland Bay. Located at the end of a country lane, our apartment house is quiet and secluded, but not remote. Far away enough away from the village to hear just the sound of the birds and the ocean, yet near enough to enjoy the village steelband, a Carib beer at the local "rum shop", or church on Sunday! This is the real West Indies. The real Tobago. This is Birdie's Nest. Birdie's Nest beach house sits on the shoreline, facing the sea. It is perched on a slight slope and enjoys a clear, cool, elevated view of the beach and the ocean. It is a typical two-storey West Indian house, divided into three beach holiday apartments. A single two-bedroom apartment occupies the entire upper floor of the house. The lower floor is divided into two one-bedroom self-contained apartments with lockable dividing door enabling them to be converted into another spacious two-bedroom accommodation when required. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Birdie's Nest Tobago/Black Rock