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Reviewed November 3, 2011

3rd visit there to Cotttage Club quiet peaceful clean and great neighbors gorgeous flowers iguana, dogs goats chickens ..and a very helpful staff in house LOVE it ....

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled solo
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3  Thank mnich2002
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Reviewed August 18, 2011

We really wanted to to go to Saba, but Tropical Storm Emily was making it impossible to go by boat or plane. I was in frequent contact with Denise and Stephan, the caretakers, about our stay. They were very understanding and would have allowed us to cancel at no penalty.
Luckily, we made it. The rooms are spacious, well equipped and ventilated. We had an amazing view of the Caribbean Sea from our deck. They have an amazing pool that is situated in what feels like the middle of the jungle. We didn't purchase the breakfast and bought food at the grocery store instead. The kitchen had everything we needed to cook. The reviews are accurate. This is a gem. I would stay no fewer than four days in Saba. We spent four and wouldn't have had a problem staying longer. The Cottage Club played a big role in our satisfaction with our Saba visit.

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with family
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1  Thank chetsuabo
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Reviewed July 27, 2011

We stayed here for 3 nights and wish we'd stayed longer. Chris, Ina and Anne were brilliant - so helpful and friendly, we spent ages just chatting to Chris. We only had breakfast one day but it was very good. Free tea and coffee at all times. We had one of the lower cottages, complete with iguanas in the grounds, so didn't overlook anyone else, just a view of the sea and mountains. At night you can watch the numerous bats hunting around the swimming pool.

Cottage itself was spacious and comfortable if a little basic, and there seemed to be a bit of a musty smell on arrival, but it soon disappeared. The window screens were a bit gappy but there really are hardly any mosquitoes on the island - it was a delight after St Martin. The island itself is amazing - just a mountain in the sea, with the sea visible from just about everywhere. The trip up Mt Scenery was quite hard work but really worth it. On recommendation from Ina we ate the first night at the Rainforest Ecolodge restaurant, which was delicious - a bit of an effort to get there but glad we did. Didn't get chance to try all the local restaurants unfortunately.

Even if you are not a diver it is worth taking a trip out on a dive boat for the snorkelling, which is excellent - we saw turtles among other things. There are little jellyfish type things in the sea that sting you but they are harmless, the first time they get you it's a bit of a shock but the initial stinging soon wears off.

All in all a fantastic place and highly recommended.

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank alchemilla
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Reviewed May 15, 2011

Excellent location, value, views and convenience. Christos and Ina are wonderful inn keepers. The breakfast was wonderful, the location close to the town, hiking and dive operations.

Room Tip: Plan in advance
  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 8, 2011

The Cottage Club's Innkeepers, Christos and Ina along with their capable assistant Anne, made our anniversary trip to Saba a memory we will treasure for the rest of our lives. They prepared delicious breakfasts for us every morning, gave us excellent advice, turned us on to good restaurants* and made reservations for us, answered our neverending questions, provided a crib for our one-year-old, hooked us up with Sea Saba (a first-class Scuba Outfitter), called taxis for us, served good coffee, and made us feel very, very welcome with their cheerful smiles and interesting conversation.

Our cottage, which offered spectacular views of the summit and sea was attractive, clean, and comfortable. The cottages are paired, but separated by bathrooms and closets, so you feel isolated. I loved sleeping with the windows open. In Windwardside, the altitude and cool breeze off the ocean make air conditioning unnecessary.

*(In particular, Restaurant Eden in Windwardside was so good we had dinner there twice. We could have eaten there every night. If you go to Saba, do not miss this dining experience!)

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled with family
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