Castara Retreats is a highly acclaimed Tobago eco resort superbly located overlooking the Bay of Castara, with stunning views of the Caribbean and mountains. For those seeking holidays in Tobago the lodge accommodation offers ten separately available areas, each with wonderful privacy and exclusive terraces, which can be rented individually by couples, or together for larger groups and families. Visit the website for up-to-date information on special offers and availability.
The accommodations are built to the highest standards and are set right above Castara beach in lush tropical gardens. Backed by the deep green of the oldest prote...cted rainforest in the Western Hemisphere and framed by mango trees and bamboo, Castara Retreats offers Caribbean vacations in a lush tropical paradise where guests can relax and live in the landscape around them. Castara Retreats also has a stunning restaurant overlooking the Bay - perfect for a cocktail at sunset, a romantic dinner for two or for weddings and reunions.
The accommodation is specially designed to create open, spacious living areas that allow uninterrupted views of the beach and rainforest, cool sea breezes and the natural sights and sounds of the ocean, rainforest and village.
The accommodation is constructed of red cedar, a local hardwood, and is from sustainable sources. The bedrooms, each with en suite showers and either queen size or twin beds all have full size mosquito nets on suspended wooden frames. The spacious living areas have panoramic views of the two beaches looking north-west and also to the coastline looking south-west, and stunning sunsets over the Caribbean. Each accommodation has the advantage of free Wi-Fi internet access. There is comfortable and stylish seating with both indoor and outdoor dining and all three areas are equipped to a very high standard for self-catering. The general feel is relaxed and informal with polished wooden floors, good quality furniture and drop down windows that can be pulled up to create a very open outlook that optimises the breeze by day. There are both covered and open deck areas with comfortable seating for morning coffee, sun bathing or star gazing during the balmy evenings. Overall, we offer accommodation options for from 2 - 18 people. Let us know what would suit you best.
The support team, led by Porridge and Jeanell, is local to Castara and are either neighbours or living close by in the village. Contact with them offers guests the perfect opportunity to be introduced to local Caribbean culture, and many of them have enjoyed a special Caribbean holiday in their company. Our team is available to offer advice and support throughout the day from early morning until 10pm. A reading of our reviews on Trip Advisor shows that clients view our facilities and service as exceptional.
RESTAURANT AND BAR
Castara Retreats hasrecently opened a restaurant and stylish cocktail bar on our spacious pagoda overlooking the Caribbean. The views are astonishing - perfect for weddings or special events with families and friends. The restaurant has rapidly developed an exceptional reputation for style, top quality international food, and good value, and is rated as No 1 for Castara and in the top 5 for the whole of Tobago.
The Telegraph Magazine (11th February 2012)
Edmund de Waal's lead feature on Tobago and Castara Retreats
“Overlooking Castara Bay, the lodges of Castara Retreats combine simplicity with luxurious touches……each one angled to make the most of the spectacular views. This is as good as it gets……We loved it.”
National Geographic Magazine
Great Winter Escapes
Limin', or hanging out, is an acquired skill best learned on the island that has elevated it to a true art form: Tobago. Village guesthouses and small hotels are integrated into community life, like the eco-sensitive Castara Retreats, a six-cabin aerie overlooking village and sea, and backed by the island's most precious resource: the Tobago Rainforest Reserve. The island's primordial bounty allows for prolific birdwatching, diving with manta rays, plunging into refreshing waterfalls, and snorkeling over the largest brain coral colony in the world.
The Sunday Times - "A genuine slice of Paradise"
The Daily Telegraph - "every tree is an aviary...a source of constant ornithological surprise and delight."
Woman & Home - "stylish, authentic eco-resort."
Destination Weddings & Honeymoons - "...a mango-tree Eden populated by emerald Hummingbirds, lime coloured lizards and pink angel trumpet flowers."
Wanderlust Magazine - "Castara Retreats is the best place to stay. Shells tinkle and hammocks sway at these beautiful wooden houses perched high on the bay."Read more
Castara Retreats lodge accommodation is set into the hillside above one of the best beaches in Tobago and below the rainforest ridge just outside Castara - about 50 minutes drive from Crown Point International Airport. It faces north west with views over both Castara Bay and up the rocky coastline of the Caribbean and is about five minutes walk to the beach and the village with its little shops and cafes. It has a small car park and airport transfers can be arranged.
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Very good experience. Nice people...Porridge, Steve, Sue and the rest of the team. Fresh fish from the fishermen in the village, wonderful marine life!
A beautiful, relaxed and down to earth place
Left on 02/28/2013 for a stay in February 2013 | Lucinda
Wonderful accommodation in one of the most beautiful, unspoiled places I've ever been to. Totally relaxed and laid back atmosphere and yet Castara Retreats catered for everything you could possibly want and the staff couldn't do enough to help. Hammocks, sun, sea, fresh fish caught daily, and delicious rum - what more do you need?
Jill and William
A relaxed holiday in beautiful Tobago
Left on 02/20/2013 for a stay in January 2013 | Jill and William
We have just returned from a delightful holiday staying in Coasthanger Lodge at Castara Retreats.The lodge was perfect for us as William must not sit in the sun - I sunbathed on the deck while he was within speaking distance in the shade. When the sun went off the deck at 4o'clock I chased it to the seating area at the "back door".Our intention was to relax on our holiday - this is exactly what we did,only venturing out of the village to look up hotels we stayed in 30+ years ago.
I enjoyed pottering about the well appointed kitchen preparing simple breakfasts and lunches.Dinner was taken at the newly opened Castara Retreats restaurant run by Kenny and his wife Patricia - delightful and right next door to Coasthanger. No need to climb the hill in the dark after dinner when you are so well looked after by them and Gillian and Wesley. Kenny would even ask what we wanted to eat that night - something you would certainly not expect in England!
We loved feeding the birds on bananas and sugar bread and laughed at the lizards antics, we even saw the agouti a few times.It was lovely to lie in bed with the lights out watching the fireflies.
All this was made special by the exuberance, enthusiasm and sheer hard work of Derrick Lopez, the famous Porridge, Mr Tobago himself.
We were not so keen, however, on the insects that thought we were their breakfast, lunch and dinner!!
Another just-back-from-Castara rave review!
Left on 12/06/2012 for a stay in November 2012 | Katrina
It's hard to add to the reviews already here from other happy Castarans but if you like to be welcomed into a small fishing community, into lovely naturalistic accommodation in beautiful cliffside gardens, hugged by the sound of the sea, warm sun, fireflies at night under a sky full of stars, then spend time in Castara.
The Castara website and Notes for Visitors are thorough, accurate and honest descriptions of what you get, what you can do and how it is in Castara and that's a really good place to start. It's a tranquil, authentic, rural Caribbean spot on a relatively unspoiled island. And you are looked after by an extended family who engage you as much as you wish, privacy and tranquillity and/or limbo competition at the Beach House, heaving in the seine net with the fishermen on the beach (who know you from the limbo night even though you were sitting it out with another rum punch!) and/or snoozing on your deck overlooking the bay.
There are discussions to join on the beach and in the Pagoda at sunset about everything Tobagan; there are all day boat trips, fishing and snorkelling with Seon; we went birdwatching with the amazing Newton George (who can see things in the densest thickets in the Rain Forest!), and daily early morning scrumping for mangos knocked from the trees by rumbunctious parrots. If there's a party in the village music fills the air and draws you down with everyone else to jump away the night until the early hours.
One day we hired Porridge's jeep and explored the north of the island, snorkelling and then dancing about in the tropical downpour at Pirate's Bay. At Castara, there's always something afoot, or you can just absorb the tranquillity and warmth, both of the sun and of the people around you.
For us, this was the best of times because of the relationships, with people, with community and with the place; it's harmony and spirit is very hard to resist.
Best holiday I ever had
Left on 11/09/2012 for a stay in July 2012 | Janneke
When we arrived at the arpoirt in Tobago there was a nice men waiting for us. First he brought us to the store where we could buy some things we needed. But in the appartment there was allready weather in de fridge and bread. That was a very nice en unexpected suprise. After a beautiful ride on our way to Castara Retreats we arrived at the lodge. Wauw, that was the first thing I said. The view was amazing, you see the beach, the ocean and much green. The lodge was very clean, the beds were nicely done and the muskito nets where without any holes in it. We did get clean towels and bedsheets every two days. Everything was very clean! The quality of a 5 stare hotel. But Castara should have 6 for the view ;)
We had so much fun, we did a very nice boottrip with snorkling at diffrent places. Catch our own fish that we placed on the bbq at the beach. We did see some dolphins as well! Snorkling is a thing you must do! There is a borshure in the lodge that discribes all the activity's that are offered, with very good and nice professional guides. We had also a very nice evening with all the people who where staying in Castara Retreats. The food was very good, great atmosphere and hospitality.
Tobago is so beautiful and there is so much to do. You can also rent a car and go on a trip along the island.
All the people are so helpfull and nice for everyone.
At night you hear the sea, and local animals. Every morning we had a wake up call by the parrots. The local food is simple, but very nice. The fish you eat is fresh everyday.
There is to much to tell about this great holiday. You have to experience it yourself! That's why I gave the highest ratings below. It was all so good.
Recommending: Boattrip, snorkling, having dinner with other gueasts, weatherfalls nearby, birthwatching or see the island.
Unfortunatily I couldn't upload some photo's on this site.
Jeff & Marissa
Holiday of a Lifetime
Left on 06/13/2012 for a stay in May 2012 | Jeff & Marissa
We had an amazing time, the accommodation was even better than we expected and Porridge and his wife were just fantastic, we couldn't ask for anything more !!
We saw an amazing amount of wildlife and the view from Coasthanger is beautiful, that in itself is worth the money.
We found Castara to be very friendly and relaxed, just what we both needed after a very busy Christmas and year so far, only wished we could of stayed another week.
Big thanks to you and everyone at Castara retreats for making it the holiday of a lifetime...totally loved it.
Can you check with Porridge as I left my Ipod in the apartment, if he managed to find it I'd be happy to bacs over the postage charge for sending it on to the UK, im not really bothered about the Ipod, it's just all the songs I down loaded !!
Jeff & Marissa xx
Left on 06/08/2012 for a stay in April 2012 | Alison Holder
My friend and I came to Tobago for a concert but Castara retreats far eclipsed the concert experience. The staff were friendly and checked in on us regularly.
The accomodation met and exceeded my expectations. The lil extra like beverages and homemade bread on arrival took it to another level.
We will coming back with more of my girls for a "girlfriend weekend".
Thanks Porridge at al
Superb retreat in wonderful nature
Left on 03/11/2012 for a stay in February 2012 | Family Due
We stayed a week at Castara Retreat and loved every minute. We'd love to come back again and again. Everything is splendid: view, rooms, beds, bathroom, surroundings etc. and we were very well treated by Porridge & co.
We have been to Castara before, and find it's the most authentic place to stay in the Caribbean with the small village, the friendly locals, good food, wonderful nature and great beach.
Alison and Andre
One of the most beautiful places we have been to, in every way.
Left on 02/04/2012 for a stay in January 2012 | Alison and Andre
Castara is a very beautiful, friendly and relaxing place to stay. At Castara Retreats you stay in comfortable, beautifully designed accommodation in a delightful position overlooking the beach and surrounded by tropical plants in a lush garden. This is 'sustainable development' and it is breathtaking to wake up every morning and see an unspoilt coastline, with local fishing boats in the bay, little houses on the hillsides and wildlife all around the verandah. One of the best things about this holiday is the fantastic job done by Porridge and Jeanelle who manage the properties on a daily basis. They are incredibly helpful and good fun, always there if you need anything, patient and tolerant. We loved eating out at Marguarite's and shopping in the village shops and fish co-op. Castara Retreats holidays ensure that tourist money is spent locally and helps the village economy. Small scale tourism is the future and it is working in Castara. Absolutely fantastic!
La Neuveville, Switzerland
Left on 01/03/2012 for a stay in October 2011 | DanetLaure
Nice people, marvelous place where we found serenity, peace of mind and extraordinary moments. The "Fisherman's" was great, all comfort, very clean and the sightseing from there just wonderful! We could see the river from our bed and hear the birds in the morning... a place to go, a place to stay...a place to live! thank you Porridge!
A True Paradise
Left on 12/14/2011 for a stay in November 2011 | fishin_mad
A lot has been written about Castara so we were really look forward to it, but it exceeded our expectations.
Porridge was indeed remarkable, very kind and happy to help/advise us on where to go and what to see.
The village scene was excellent...and the accommodation just wonderful and everything we had hoped for. It is hard to tear yourself away from a place like that! Those views!
Birds coming to feed-the stingrays on the surface of the water-wow!
We loved the fishing trip and bird watching, bathing in the rock pool was just brilliant, visiting Little Tobago and going scuba diving just the best!
We tried the Bust up stuff from your neighbour and ate at marguerite's several times...
a very memorable holiday.
So happy to be back in Castara
Left on 07/10/2011 for a stay in May 2011 | Helenmac
Luxurious waking to birdsong and the anticipation of a swim before breakfast. Glorious gardens brimming with fruit and flowers. Heaven! As always I love this immersion in nature.
Locals are friendly and so laid back... have to alter my 'British March' down to a leisurely stroll. This is where there is plenty of time for sweet living.
Dear Porridge keeps me up to date with social events. In fact all the team are very helpful. No wonder I keep returning! And Fresh fish every day!
Hay on Wye, UK
There aren't enough superlatives
Left on 07/04/2011 for a stay in May 2010 | mdle
We had a great time at Castara Retreats - our second visit - this place does not stand still and retains its luxurious feel, many improvements to Fisherman's lodge, a complete makeover in fact. It's a beautiful space to live in with views of the ocean, the rainforest and it's surrounded by tropical gardens.
It was good to meet up with Porridge and his team again - always offering excellent service and advice on where to go and what to do. Great place to visit, excellent value for money, and fantastic for chilling-out, friendly and fun.
Everything you expected, with pleasant suprises.
Left on 04/28/2011 for a stay in April 2011 | John
You can;t beat the view and the location.Its like living in the rain forest with the beach and village ameneties at your beck and call. You can watch the local fishermen landing your supper from the balconies whislt humming birds nest in the trees in front of you.
When you venture down to collect your fish you get to meet and and join in with the whole village, everyone is friendly, approachable and very helpful.
The accomodation has everything you need, comfy beds efficient bathrooms and a very well equiped kitchen, the ambience creates a welcoming feeling and a great feeling of space.
The shops, bars and restaurants are excellent and varied and give you a chance to join in with some very colourful locals and experience true Tobagan food.
Porridge and his crew look after you without interferring, gently easing you into the Caribbean way of life allowing you to go off and do your own thing with confidence.
Sue & Mike
lovely small fishing village between rainforest and sea.
Left on 04/26/2011 for a stay in January 2011 | Sue & Mike
For us,(retired couple), Castara Retreats offers all we could wish for in a relaxing beautiful setting with lovely helpful people.
The location is stunning with views overlooking Castara and the Caribbean, together with the sounds of the sea and wildlife. Porridge and his wife Jeanell take care of everything! So much information is on hand from them, and nothing seems beyond their capabilities in ensuring your stay is as you wish.All other staff are also so helpful.
We particularly enjoy swimming,(rather nice there is a local waterfall!), the daily availability of fresh fish and 'liming' with the locals! We have found Castara unassuming and 'hassle' free.
It goes without saying that we love the accommodation, the airy openness so perfect for the climate.The various outside deck areas are a joy. We stay in Birdsong.
The fact that we have now visited the retreats three times shows that,for us, this is holiday perfection!!
David & Priscilla
Chilham, Kent, UK
Fireflies & Hummingbirds
Left on 04/11/2011 for a stay in March 2011 | David & Priscilla
After a week scuba diving off Crown Point, this was the perfect place to rest up and take it easy. Castara Retreats is beautifully situated in gardens overhanging the beach and village (for the un-fit, be warned, it's a short(ish) but steep walk). We stayed in 'Coasthanger' which was fabulous but all the Retreat properties are very well designed and furnished to a high standard. The views from the decks are picture perfect. What could be nicer than to begin the day with a leisurely breakfast watching hummingbirds in close-up and, later after a hard day on the beach, watching the sun set over the Caribbean, sipping rum punches and watching fireflies as the evening turns to night. Castara village is small and friendly and there are plenty of places to eat or have a drink. It's also great to buy the day's catch fresh from the sea and bread baked in the village oven. The beach is sandy with rocks at each end of the bay where the rain forest tumbles down to meet the sea. Janelle and Porridge keep the place running very smoothly and can organise trips, car hire or general advice.
Left on 03/01/2011 for a stay in April 2009 | G Lerner
This was our second visit to Castara Retreat, having been once before as a couple. This time we took our two daughters (18 and 25) to celebrate my 50th birthday. We all had a wonderful time and keep talking about how we all want to go back. The accommodation is superb and offers everything you would expect from a home for comfortable and relaxed living plus the beauty and uniqueness of the tropical surroundings and close vicinity to the beach. There is plenty of space for a family of 4 adults to cook, eat and live together but to also have areas to retreat to. I particularly loved the combination of simplicity and luxury the lodge has to offer. Excellent outings and boat trips were organised for us by Porridge who knows how to create a fun time for visitors of all ages.
taunton Somerset England
a visit to Paradise
Left on 02/18/2011 for a stay in February 2011 | PAUL MULLENS
this is my 5th visit to Castara Retreats, the village has the most spectacular scenic location on the island, and when people come out of their houses and welcome you back it means real lasting friendships are cemented.
the accomodation is beautiful thoughout. the staff from porridge local name really Dereck Lopez and his wife Jeanelle
though all levels are perfect and most friendly
carrington the gardener brings bananas from the garden.
this is truly a magical place, you can lounge on your terrace/balcony watch the sting rays pass daily across the bay, the locals operating the seine nets , and fresh fish daily a few minutes walk away.
for those not wanting crowds, the opportunity to get to know alittle about the natural elements of the island just stroll all but a few minutes down the road , and there are experts to take you into the rainforest, to go fishing with the local boatmen. no waiting in long lines here . its all very informal
and off course you can view the king of the jungle
the mott mott at your bird feeder on the balcony each morning, or see the humming bids close up. and the frigate birds gliding on the thermals . waiting for an unwary pelican to snatch a fish from the sea..
a lovely place with the kindest people around you
Left on 02/10/2011 for a stay in December 2010 | Robert Page
We arrived on Christmas Eve, and were met by Porridge, who looked after us marvelously during our stay. We had a thoroughly relaxing, enjoyable week in Castara Retreats. The lodges are comfortable with glorious views and wonderful birdlife. The beach and restaurants are all within easy walking distance. Highly recommended for a laid back holiday in Tobago.
Clifton Park, New York
Left on 01/26/2011 for a stay in January 2011 | Brenda Lorch
Very relaxing and laid back place...the accommodation we stayed in, Bird Song, was fully equipped with kitchen, two bedrroms and two baths. It sat on a hillside overlooking the beautiful Caribbean. The managers, Porridge and his wife, Janell, did everything to make you feel at home and were very friendly.
Our only complaint was the barking dogs down the hill and across from Bird Song, who barked at all times of the night. Otherwise it was a lovely location, wonderful people and a great experience to stay in a working, fishing village.
Left on 01/19/2011 for a stay in December 2010 | Callum
Wow! We had such an incredible time in Castara! Arriving in the dark, the beautiful view of the bay was revealed to us as we woke the next morning in Fishermans lodge,
I would reccomend Castara Retreats to anyone looking for a high quality accomodation with attention to detail. The thing that really made our trip special were the people. Porridge and Jeanell along with the rest of the staff are extremely friendly and they make you feel very welcome and comfortable :) Two highlights were the boat trip, with fishing snorkelling and a beach lime! and the BBQ with Sherwin where we met other fellow holiday makers staying at Castara Retreats. We actually hosted the BBQ at our lodge on our big deck outside, although they were just completing a big communal pagoda just below us as we were leaving, so i think they might be held there
in future, keep you eye out! Also, you must go up to Castara waterfall, its so beautiful and the water is fantastically refreshing! We are definately planning on returning, i dont think its possible to stay here and not fall ion love it! :)
Best short trip we've ever had!
Left on 01/17/2011 for a stay in September 2010 | Poppy
My boyfriend and I were recommended Castara Retreats by friends who stayed there last year and who raved about this beautiful place set on the side of the hill above the beach in Castara. This trip was quite a big deal for us as we had only previously done budget holidays to India and Laos and Cambodia and hadn't gone to the Caribbean before.
It didn't take us long to discover why our friends were so positive. When we were met by porridge at the airport with a big smile; he made us feel immediately relaxed and at home. He delivered us into Rainforest just before the sun set and our breath was taken away by the lovely views of the bay and the village on the hillside.
First thing in the morning we walked down to the beach for a swim across the bay and a snorkel on the coral reef at the far end of the beach. The water was a bit murky because of the rain before we arrived but the sun shone through and it lit up all the corals and small tropical fish and we immediately knew that one week here wasn't going to be enough to see everything on offer.
We joined in the boat trip with Sherwin on Sunarise, this was probably the highlight of the week with great snorkelling at Englishman's Bay and Big Bay and a great BBQ on the beach. Plus and it was nice to hang out with others on holiday and we made some good friends who were staying in the apartment close to us and we ended up having a meal together at Margaruite's and went back for a "lime" on our terrace.
Our week passed in a flash and we know we must find a way to save up and go back to do more snorkelling and see our new friends in the village. We're really happy that we decided to go to Tobago but very sad that it was over so quickly.
Marian and Viktor
an wonderful stay in a tropical paradise
Left on 01/04/2011 for a stay in November 2010 | Marian and Viktor
Castara Retreats gives you a wonderful view of the bay. It is build in a very open way, so that air comes through an you dont need a fan or a airco. The walk to the beach is short. The owners are very nice people, they are trying to help a lot of people in the village who are active in the tourist business. Porridge helps you with almost anything you would want to ask or to do.
New York City Castarians!
An amazing vacation
Left on 12/30/2010 for a stay in November 2010 | New York City Castarians!
We stayed at Castara Retreats for 1 week. We had an amazing time. The beach is all yours. The local people are beyond friendly, and we warmed up to a few locals that helped us get a great feel for Castara.
Castara is a place that you create your own fun, waterfall walks, a great feel for the rainforest, help the fishermen bring in the catch, eat fresh fish daily, and the beautiful beach!
Our biggest tip is to talk to the locals. You'll find out there are beach chairs to rent, fresh bread on Wednesdays, and lots about the island and more specifically Castara.
The place was beautiful and the view was spectacular.
We hope you enjoy your stay as much as we did!
Castara Retreats - our 2nd home!!
Left on 12/19/2010 for a stay in November 2010 | Lynn Morris
We recently returned from our 7th trip to Castara Retreats - the paradise we call our 2nd home!!
We first visited Castara Retreats in 2003 and have been back every year since - 1 year we were back there twice! We so love the peace and tranquility of the place and all the stress of work & everyday life just goes the minute we step off the plane in Tobago & see Porridge's smiling face.
Most years we stay for 2 weeks and are usually joined by friends for a week of our time there. It is a good place to meet up with friends we don't often see & chill out together. it is an easy trip from Canade & the USa & we have been joined by friends from both during our visits. Birdsong is perfect for 2 couples as the guest bedroom/bathroom separate & give privacy for afternoon siestas!
We have stayed in Rainforest, Fisherman's & Birdsong. All of the apartments are of the highest standard & well equipped - home from home! The wonderful staff Porridge, Jeanell & their team really do everything they can to make your stay perfect. Boat trips with Porridge & Sherwin on "Sunarise" are just the best days out - excellent Bbq's on deserted beaches. on both trips this year, we had the whole bay to ourselves.
Everything about Castara Retreats is perfect. Steve & Sue have created the perfect haven in a beautiful village & thats why we keep coming back. We have already booked our next trip in 2011!!
Bliss in the Caribbean
Left on 03/01/2010 for a stay in June 2009 | Donald
The most memorable part of the holiday was arriving at Coasthanger Lodge to
find it exactly as advertised. It was superb and in a magnificent location.
We enjoyed swimming in the sea before breakfast with Sting Rays in the bay.
Also, we felt our holiday benefited local people because within Castara
village there is the opportunity to buy in the local stores, fish market
etc. There is no real need to hire a car (we did only for one day). If we
went north or south we used the local bus.
This is one of the best holidays we have had and I would not hesitate to
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