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1 bedroom & 2 bedroom suites,
including kitchenette, a/c, TV; fully
equipped and tastefully furnished.
With an 80 x 12ft pool in pleasant Bon
Reservations 8.00 a.m - 4.00 p.m
Tel: 631-5053/4/5, Fax: 631-1096
Free wired & wireless internet access.
Bon Accord, Tobago
Come Experience a Different Point of View
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.
Suite - 1 Bedroom
Suite - 2 Bedroom
Based on Double Occupancy
Extra person in room
Map Breakfast & Dinner per person $125.00
All apartments are air-conditioned and contain, colour
TV with 15 satellite stations and fully equipped kitchen.
The daily newspaper is provided complimentary as well
as transport to Pigeon Point Beach and the use of 100 ft
long swimming pool with wet bar 50 x 20 swimming
pools also available, 2 jacuzzi, mini gym on site.
Every Wednesday there is also a complimentary
Manager's Rum Punch for all guests. 10% Government
Tax applicable on room and meals. 15% vat on food.
10% Service charge on room
Reservation only- 384-8851-52
Call 639-8533/4, 639-8391 or your local travel agents.
Rent your car or jeep from Sweet Jeeps and get complimen-
tary pick-up at the airport.
STEAK & LOBSTER GRILL on the beach for the best
steak & lobster on the Island.
Complimentary admission to the Deep
The Liming Spot of Sandy Spot Point Village
The Deep Pub Disco
www.sandypoint.net Email: email@example.com
Relax and rediscover Tobago with us!
TT550.00 per night, double occupancy
TT420.00 per night, double occupancy
TT500.00 per night, double occupancy
TT500.00 per night quad occupancy
Contact Charisse or Patrick for further information and other specials
ITSY BITSY PLAY HOUSE
This is a folk theatre which prides itself as the
only formal one in Tobago. Indigenous songs, dance
and local drama are staged for locals and visitors.
There is also a small Heritage museum attached to
the Play House at 2 - 4 Robert Trace Mount Pleas-
COURONIAN MONUMENT, PLYMOUTH
This monument representing "freedom" is to ho-
nour the early settlers to Plymouth who came
from Courland (modern day Latvia). The monu-
ment was designed and built by one of our national
artists. It was unveiled in 1976 during a cultural visit
by Courlanders in exile from various parts of the
GUN BRIDGE, BACOLET STREET, SCARBOROUGH
Originally built to accommodate one vehicle at a
time, Gun Bridge was widened in the 1950s by the
Works Division. Four cannons were removed from
Fort King George and placed at the two ends of the
bridge - two north, two south. Embedded in the
stone and concrete sides are the barrels of 19th
Century Brown Bees muskets which serve as dec-
orative guard rails.
MYSTERY TOMBSTONE, PLYMOUTH
Located in the village of Plymouth this site has
baffled many a visitor as the inscription on the
tombstone has perplexed visitors for over 200
WITCH'S GRAVE, GOLDEN LANE
In the village of Golden Lane is the grave
of Gang Gang Sara. According to legend,
she was an African witch who flew to To-
bago centuries ago and was unable to fly
back because she had eaten salt.
ARNOS VALE WATERWHEEL
AND NATURE PARK, ARNOS VALE
This is Tobago's best-preserved water-
wheel, once the main source of power to a
sugar factory. The intrinsic historical char-
acter of this site has been well preserved
and expanded to offer walking trails, an
outdoor restaurant and theatre.
SUGAR MILL AT MT. IRVINE BAY HOTEL
The Sugar Mill at Mt. Irvine Bay Hotel
was the power centre of the sugar works
for the Old Grange Estate which was
erected in the latter part of the 18th Cen-
tury. The collapse of the sugar industry in
1887 brought its usefulness to an end.
Today it is the centrepiece of the Sugar Mill
Restaurant at the Mount Irvine Bay Hotel.
SPEYSIDE WATERWHEEL - SPEYSIDE
This wheel was erected in the late 18th
Century or early 19th Century. The water-
wheel and related machinery were used to
grind sugar and were made in Scotland.
With the collapse of the sugar industry in
1887, this and other mills became obsolete.
It is now one of the many reminders of To-
GOVERNOR'S HOUSE/THE PRESIDENT'S
HOUSE GOVERNMENT HOUSE ROAD
The Governor's House at Mt. William
was completed in 1828. After its comple-
tion, it was occupied only when Governors
resident in Trinidad visited the island. It is
now the official residence of the President
of Trinidad and Tobago.
- BACOLET STREET, SCARBOROUGH
In 1816, an Act was passed for the build-
ing of this church in Scarborough. The
building was completed in 1819 and conse-
crated by Rev. W.S. Wilson. In 1963, the
original building was destroyed by hurri-
cane Flora. The present building was
erected on the old foundation. Memorial
plaques adorn the walls of the Church and
in particular that to Sir William Young, the
Governor, who died in 1815.
RICHMOND GREAT HOUSE
- RICHMOND VILLAGE
The most elegant surviving plantation
Great House in Tobago is the Richmond
Great House. This home dating from 1766
contains early 20th Century wooden and
brass African and Chinese furniture. Also
and carvings, it is now used as a guest-
house with an outdoor restaurant and a
THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
OR OLD COURT HOUSE SCARBOROUGH
This building overlooks James Park in
upper Scarborough. His Excellency Gover-
nor General Sir F.P. Robinson laid the foun-
dation stone on April 23rd, 1821. Upon
completion in 1825, the building housed the
island's Legislature and Judiciary.
The building is now used as the island's
Central Administration building, where it
houses the Chamber of the Tobago House
of Assembly, the local Government on the
AT MT. IRVINE
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