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STUDIO, CABANA AND ONE-BEDROOM APARTMENTS
WITH BATHROOM, KITCHENETTE, A/C, CABLE TV
OVERLOOKS THE FAMOUS STORE BAY BEACH
POOL-SIDE RESTAURANT AND BAR
TENNIS COURTS, TABLE TENNIS, SHUFFLEBOARD
INTERNET FACILITIES AVAILABLE
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT OUR
RESERVATIONS DEPARTMENT AT:
Tel #:(868) 639 8781/3
Fax#: (868) 639 8731
WE LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU.
MT IRVINE BAY HOTEL LIMITED TOBAGO
HOLIDAY PACKAGE 2014
(2 NIGHTS & 3 DAYS)
15th September 2014 - 15th December 2014
Single Occupancy @ TT$$1208.00, Extra Night @ TT$604.00 Per Night
Double Occupancy @ TT$1498.00, Extra Night @ TT$750.00 Per Night
KIDS 1-4 Years Old: Free
2 Adults & 1 Child in room: TT$1883.00, Extra nights @ 942.00
2 Adults & 2 Kids in room: TT$2270.00, Extra nights @ TT$1135.00
* Refreshing Caribbean Fruit/rum swizzle on check-in
* Superior room accommodation with private balcony
* Full Mt Irvine Breakfast daily in our 17th century Sugar
* Service charge and Government taxes
FOR RESERVATIONS. PLEASE CALL
Mount Irvine Bay Hotel
Tel:639-8871/2/3, Fax: 639-8800
YOUR TRAVEL AGENT
All maior Credit cards, Cash and Linx are accepted
2 NIGHTS/ 3DAYS
TT$2304.00 (DOUBLE OCCUPANCY)
Extra Night: TT$1152.00 PER PERSON
15th September 2014 - 15th December 2014
Refreshing Caribbean cocktail on check-in
Superior Room accommodation with private balcony
Full Mt Irvine breakfast in our Historic 17th century
Sugar MilI Restaurant
Two rounds of golf with golf Cart and reserved tee times
Club cleaning and storage
Service charge and government taxes on packages features.
2 Nights/3 Days ................................. TT$1725.00
Extra Night ............................. .... ....... TT$863.OO
Mount Irvine Bay Hotel:
Tel: 639-8871/2/3, Fax: 639-8800
Or Your Travel Agent
All Major Credit Cards, Cash and Linx are accepted
TripAdvisor has its eyes on Tobago and several of the island's tourism es-
tablishments have been awarded certificates of excellence for their reported
first-rate quality and service to visitors. More and more persons traveling to
Tobago are expressing their satisfaction with the island's accommodation,
entertainment, and natural environment wonders, on TripAdvisor. Here's one
Charlotteville is about as far at the "end of the
world" as one could wish. At the end of a long,
(short in distance) winding road, at the tip of the
island. A small village of about 1200 - maybe 1500
people,. Fishermen, and others, and, OK, well some
tourists as well. The village is as it has been, and
has not been spoiled or corrupted (yet) by the ho-
mogeneous, boring, glitzy, casino-saturated, ex-
pensive, and soulless tourist industry as found
throughout the Caribbean.
A quiet town that rolls itself up at about 8 pm
each night. Just a few places to eat (see other re-
views) (Suckhole, Sharon and Phebes', Lucy's Or-
ganic Stand, and a wonderful no-name all take-away
place (Lyndon's??) down an alley between some
houses near the red grocery store.) Only one reliable
place for wifi, the public library, when it's open. Good!
We all need to be disconnected once in a while. The
photos from others showing the fishermen pulling
the nets from the beach are real, - every morning.
Flagstaff Hill is a terrific view. Dash, the fisherman
gives a wonderful tour of the nearby islands, and the
snorkeling right on the beach is outstanding - within
6 feet of the sand.
If you need a break from the "real world", to dis-
connect from life (and re-connect with yourself and
others you love) spend a few days here. We spent 6
nights. I had no idea of the news of the world, or of
my office, or virtually anything. Yes, I checked email
at the library a couple times, but that was enough.
The rest of the time.....<exhale and breathe>.
Excerpt of review by NorCTDnL on 30 September 2014.
Visited September 2014.
Cyclist pedalled off last Tuesday at the start of the To-
bago International Cycling Classic (TICC), which began at
the Shirvan/Carnbee/Buccoo Race Circuit. The event
hosted approximately 300 international and regional cy-
clists from over 25 countries. Cyclist participated in the
5-stage cycling event, which ended on Sunday (5 Octo-
ber) with the Tour of Tobago. Oscar Mauricio Pachon
Melo of Columbia was crowned the champion of the UCI
1.2 Tour of Tobago Road Race.
Melo finished in three hours, 41 minutes and 57 seconds
in a race that led cyclist to Charlotteville, through Speyside,
and back to the Scarborough Esplanade. Adderlyn Felix
Cruz Colon of the Dominican Republic came in second,
while third place went to Melo's countryman and fellow
Team Cocos rider Carlos Ospina.
The Tobago House of Assembly is one of the event's
main sponsors. TICC entered a new phase of its develop-
ment in 2011 when it received accreditation by the Geneva-
based world governing body for cycling (UCI). This year the
sporting event received coverage from the ESPN Interna-
tional Sporting Network, which began broadcasting the
TICC and destination Tobago in 2011.
Story and photos: THA Info Dept
Oscar Mauricio Pachon Melo receives his trophy from THA Chief
Secretary Orville London at the prize giving function held at the
Crown Point Hotel (5th October).
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