Nice days at Blue Water Inn. Nice staff, plenty of good food and thank you Erika who together with other staff and cooks surprise me on my 50th day! Thanks so much! A memory for life.. Want to make sure to thank Erika again we did not have to say goodbye. Greetings Christer and Eva Sweden
Stayed here for 7 nights. Fantastic bungalow (No 5) on beach front. Only downside is the lack if sound proofing to the next bill (No 4) via a connecting door. Felt as though we were sharing the same bedroom. They need to do something to improve matters. Other tha that, no complaints. Ouf if the way in Speyside could get a bit stir crazy but this available to take you to other places. Food ok. Quality of service by the staff was excellent. Can do attitude. If you want a peaceful luxurious break then this place fits the bill.
Nice small hotel with very friendly staff. Offer bedrooms and also rooms with kitchenette. We would of preferred one with a kitchenette but they were sold out. Also offer gorgeous bungalows. All rooms overlook the ocean. Only downside is the beach is quite narrow and quite shaded, so if you are a sun worshipper like me, you may struggle a bit. You can sit on the grass but whole beach side is in shade by about 3:45pm. Really good food at reasonable prices. A lot of locals come here to eat for special occasions.
I recommend this inn if you just want to get away from the buzz of urban life. Calm, relaxing. Staff may need to brush up on their training however, as they dont seem comfortable having same sex couples around. Lots of attitude and glances cast while we merely sat having breakfast and dinner at their restaurant. Apart from this, I'd definitely recommend.
Tobago is an impressive island - the country has many economic challenges, but Tobago is well set up, well managed and litter-free!! Blue Waters Inn is situated on a remote and glorious beach on the northern end of the island, looking out over Little Tobago island. Brown Pelicans patrol the bay along with Frigate Birds and Tropic Birds as the waves foam on the sandy shore. Reception is business-like and next to the infinity pool and restaurant/bar area. The rooms are arranged along the beach behind some large mangrove trees where birds roost. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, excellent bed and each has a veranda. We were on the first floor which we preferred to the ground floor rooms that open out straight onto the beach. It isn't easy to manage a remote hotel like this, both regarding supplies and staff, but the manager is very active, constantly patrolling to ensure quality is kept up. The standard of food is good, and the main chef a very cheerful character. It is typical Caribbean fare - shrimps, steaks, and local specialties. The service and food quality aren't entirely consistent, but then this is a remote hide-away and there's lots to enjoy; The hotel has 3 boats which can take groups to explore the islands, go snorkelling or scuba diving, and the prices are very reasonable. There was never a hint of being ripped off, and the guides know their stuff. The local village of Speyside is worth walking into, and if you like hummingbirds, go the the hummingbird gallery.…