by Diana Lambdin Meyer
This 42-acre property was once a nature preserve and as a result, a number of trails meander through the forested side of the property, creating a wonderful opportunity to connect with the birds, butterflies and other creatures that make Tobago their home. With just 38 rooms, peace and quiet is why people come here. Don’t expect a lot of activities to keep your kids busy, but if they are happy playing in the sand, then this is a good choice.
Our Editor Loves
- Bungalows or standard rooms
- Infinity pool
- Natural resources/grounds
The location is very remote from the airport while the setting is super excellent overlooking the bay and little tobago.
we stayed here for a week with a group of divers and the only thing that was noticably bad was the food service.
The restaurant ran out of many things such as whipped cream, steak, blue cheese fish etc etc. The service was extremely slow with dinner taking on the order of 3 hours every night. we started preordering our dinner around 3 PM but that did not expedite anything. While the resort was nice, the service was terrible for every meal 3 times daily 7 days.
In its own private bay the Blue Waters Inn was an amazing oasis of calm. We enjoyed watching all the birds at the feeders especially the hummingbirds and seeing the turtles swim in the bay in the mornings was just fabulous. A trip to Little Tobago to see the birds and the forest and snorkelling on the way back was brilliant. The hotel itself was comfortable, clean and very calming. Wish we were back there now !!