A Boutique Cabin over Trevor`s Waterfalls on an old Cocoa Plantation in the foothills of the Rainforest , views of the Caribbean Sea and the rural fishing village of Parlatuvier, nestled on the Caribbeaan Sea.
Wings is large 7mx5m, a cool airy bedroom,Comfortable Queen bed draped with nets ,a natural beach pebbled bathroom with hot and cold water,
A bird watching veranda in the Tree Tops, with a delightful , relaxing love couch,
There is DirectV and internet access, just come ,ease back and relax, let the world go by for a while.
Private space cool, with your kitchen, table top cooker and fridge/freezer.. breakfast with the Natural sounds of the waterfall and the birds, expect to get friendly with a Hermit Humming Bird or feed cheese to a MotMot, King of the woods.
Go see turtles nesting at night and when they are not out do a bit of night fishing off the pier .Transportation ,4x4 Jeeps can be Hired, Best price onRainforest Tours, Diving , Sailing , fishing all can be found close by.
Great Sea food Restaurants,
Some of the Best ever beaches a few mins drive.
Only Cabin to offer a totally private Waterfall in an Ecological Setting.
Safe ,Green and Serene
Trevor's place is truly a beautiful corner of the world. The cabins are all very tastefully done and in harmony with the surroundings - rainforest, a waterfall and gardens. I had the smallest cabin, which has a balcony over the rainforest - perfect for spotting birds! The beach in Parlutivier is easily in walkable distance and is idyllic, clean and pretty much empty! There are a couple of restaurants there and small shops and not much else. To go further you'd be better off with a car. Trevor was a great host, friendly and very helpful in any way he could be. I felt very at home and didn't want to leave! I recommend a stay here to anyone - especially those who love nature and are looking for peace and tranquility.
We stayed here just after New Year and had the most chilled out few days watching the sun set from our balcony overlooking the rainforest. Such a lovely peaceful setting and worth the trek down the precarious hill for a cooling dip in the waterfall. Trevor and Ranger were more than hospitable. One tip for visitors however is to make sure you fill up on petrol, cash and basic provisions before you arrive, eg tea, coffee, sugar, milk, beer, etc as, once there, the nearest shop is in Roxborough and you won't want to be missing the sunset arrive at Trevor's!
A piece of paradise Trevor has! We never got a chance to really chat. Will have to wait until next time. Lovely spot, very comfortable.
We switched to Xanadu once we saw it! Gorgeous 1 bedroom home with great private infinity pool, full kitchen and spacious bedroom. Other than the gravel road adventures and intermittent power and water outages which were quickly restored, we had a great stay. Thanks Trevor!
Our stay at Trevor's place could not have been more perfect. We booked Wings, but wound up staying at his new lodge Xanadu instead. I highly recommend Xanadu if you are able to afford the additional expense. It has a private pool and a superb view. His whole property is lovely - and the private waterfall is gorgeous. Trevor himself was incredibly kind and helpful. The location is rather remote (you should rent a jeep) but a fairly quick drive to several beautiful beaches. We will definitely be back.
Our stay with Trevor at Parlatuvier exceeded our expectations. He helped arrange our car rental, called down the hill to order us lunch upon our arrival, gathered useful information for our travels through his extensive network of contacts (Trevor seems to know everyone in Tobago), offered advice on what to see and do and entertained us with stories and insight. He made us feel like a new part of an established community.
The house is on the northern section of Tobago - great if you want to hit up the rainforest or explore many of the island's bays. If you want to get down to the "city" or the more popular beaches, you'll have to drive. It's about an hour each way, but the twisty roads will keep you interested the entire way. I hate transit, but it's really not so bad even if you have to do it every day.
If I return to Tobago, I wouldn't want to stay any place else.
What a lovely person Trevor is. Kind, caring and considerate. Always available at any time. Stunning place and wonderful waterfall. You can be assured of a wonderful welcome in the forest here.
Oh man, where do I begin... This place was AWESOME! Trevor is seriously the best host I've ever worked with, incredibly accommodating, I think he might actually know everyone on the island, and he's just generally an awesome guy. He built all of the properties on his land and they are perfect for the weather in Tobago. Parlatuvier Bay is a short trek down the (rather) steep hill and the swimming is pretty stellar. The cabin itself is clean, organized, and considering your balcony is sitting over the forest, you can't get much closer to the birds or plants around you. Seriously, if you're considering going to Tobago and you don't know where to stay, stay here. (Side note: unless you're super adventurous I would suggest renting a car for your stay. Getting around otherwise can be tricky or can be an incredibly long, wind-y, uphill walk. Both ways.)
We had a great time staying with Trevor in this truly original setting with sea views and rain forest around. The place is clean and comfortable and has everything you need. If anything is lacking then Trevor will supply it and he is a mine of local information. The beautiful beach of Parlatuvier Bay is ten minutes walk away and there are good bars and restaurants there and in other small local villages.
We hired a car locally which included an airport pickup. It was arranged by Trevor and was cheap and if you want to sightsee it's a good plan as the busses are not frequent.
There are mozzies but if you take some deterrent and use the very good nets he provides you won't have a problem.
A great place to totally relax and we felt very safe and cared for.
Don't miss out on the waterfall experience.
The cabin is in an amazing location. Lush green jungle, countless birds, and tracks up through the forest to the ridge, and a stream that can be followed down to the sea. The accommodation is simple, but has all you could need.
It's about 1.5 - 2 hours drive from the airport. It is *not* on the beach or in a town or well connected. I didn't hire a vehicle, because I stayed pretty close to the area, going for walks in the jungle and to the beach. And on a couple of days, I went with one of the local guys, Peter, who works for Trevor - we walked through the Gilpin Trail in the rainforest reserve and he dropped me off at local beaches then picked me up later. I got to meet some of Peter's family and friends, and get a taste of day-to-day island life. But if you want to move around the island and have your independence, then you'll want to hire a vehicle.
Trevor was fantastic. Super helpful and caring. And with more than an opinion or two on life and the Caribbean, should you care to ask.
I had initially thought to stay in some house near the beach, but I'm so glad I stayed up in the jungle, alive with life. And I'd go back like a shot. Thanks Trevor and all!