I had an amazing stay at Birdies Nest. Love the view from my bedroom, every morning I open the door to see the nice blue seas from far yet great scenery. Prince was always a phone call away, There's a 24 hrs access to the pool which is a plus.
Me and my sister had a really great time at Birdies Nest. I will stay again and recommend this property to anyone looking for a nice homely environment.:)
Prince and his mother are the capable hosts of Birdie’s Nest! First things first; If you would like to be picked up at the airport by the fabulous Cecil, just let Prince know and it’s done! He will also take you back at the end of your fantastic stay. Cecil is very knowledgeable about all things Tobago! He’s not only your go-to for a quick ride, but can also act as your personal Tobago tour guide, which I did and I learned so much! Prince goes out of his way to ensure you are comfortable and you have all that you need. Your comfort is his priority. The property is located right by the water so you fall asleep to the sounds of the waves and wake up to the sounds of the waves. It doesn't get any better! The property offers two apartments on the main floor and a large apartment above. I enjoyed apartment #2 located on the bottom with everything you need to be self-reliant, oh; this apartment has direct views of Great Courland Bay beach and the waves, especially from the bedroom! There are numerous "corner shops" to grab quick necessities and a Penny Saver within close driving to stock up. The apartment has everything you need to prepare your meals with a BBQ available on the property. You’ll be spending a lot of time poolside at Birdie’s infinity pool; which was designed by Prince! it’s well maintained and stocked with pool accessories for lounging, swimming or taking in the breath-taking views. Stone Heaven Bay (where you'll enjoy "Waves Bar/Restaurant" overlooking the beach to take a drink or a snack) is a short walk from Birdie’s, by taking the "shortcut" via Great Courland Bay beach (in front of Birdie’s), up the stairs, and past Fort Bennett! Your views along the way are roaming chickens and grazing goats with a sprinkling of locals who all seem to offer up a quick hello, love this! (This is how I met the eclectic George, a local coral carver). If I absolutely had to give a negative, that would be the lack of local restaurants - if that is what you are looking for. You’ll see many local shops to have a quick drink, though and you’ll find a few local food stands. In Black Rock, there isn’t a roti stand anywhere in sight, a slight disappointment for me! Don’t forget to ask Prince to hook you up with the best tour guides available! Take a trip to Tobago Forest Reserve, then tour the island from Crown Point to Charlotteville! Along the way, you'll be introduced to the many secret and secluded beaches. There's much to enjoy in Black Rock and the stay at Birdie's Nest will not disappoint. I'm counting the days until my next trip... Enjoy!