I'm backpacking for almost 10 months now and it feels like I'm in a state now where I don't really want to do anything. Just right now. It will change in some days or weeks or so. Maybe.
So I just wanted a place on the beachfront to sit back and read and take a dip in the water every now and then. Well, and that's what I found in Hopkins after some exhausting searching. The Tipple Tree Beya is not my price category (45 USD), I normally sleep in dorms and cheapest rooms to keep the costs down. But I made an exception here - I was too exhausted to keep on searching. It was a good decision.
And this is what I got: an exceptionally nice and clean room, a veranda with hammocks and a lovely garden. Tricia has definately a good hand for decoration. The room was also equipped with a fridge, a coffee maker, cutlery and dishware, Belize guide books, novels and magazines. And loads of towels. She also rents these beach cruiser bicycles and for a small one-time-fee you can use the very fast and stable Wifi for the length of your stay. She was very helpful when I had questions and we also had some interesting conversations.
Ben from Germany
- Also Known As:
- Tipple Tree Beya Belize/Hopkins
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on the beach front in the Garifuna fishing village of Hopkins. Tipple Tree Beya has 3 rooms and 1 cabana that are simple, clean, comfortable, and affordable accommodations. Our latest addition is AJ Palms beach apartments for those wanting a little more space and comfort. Two 1 bedroom apartments and one 2 bedroom apartment,all with full kitchens, are right next door and on the beach. Local tour guides provide snorkeling, fishing, reef, and jungle tours. ... more less