Each of the three rooms has air-conditioning, seriously comfortable beds, bedside lights, carpeted floors, plenty of wardrobe and drawer space, 110 volt / 60 hertz US style wall sockets, overhead fans and sliding glass doors opening onto a beautiful patio right next to the main bird feeding area.
The "Manaus" Room has two double beds, one 48" (122 cm) wide + one 54" (127 cm) wide, and its own private en suite bathroom and shower with a proper bathtub.
|The "Pink Dolphin" Room has a double bed, 54" (127 cm) wide, its own cable TV set and shares a beautiful bathroom and shower with the Rio Solimoes room.|
|The "Rio Solimoes" room has one small double bed 48" (122 cm) wide, and its own cable TV set.|
All guests have free use of a desktop computer and printer connected to 24/7 high-speed internet. A web cam is installed for Skype sessions. The first five pages of any printing are free. Extra pages are US $0.25 each.
We even have a 220 volt area that uses UK style 3 pin plugs for our guests "across the pond". So bring your favourite 220/240 volt curling tongs, straighteners and hair dryers and just plug them in.
Guests can also enjoy a large library of
historic books, novels, bird and field naturalist guides for
Trinidad & Tobago.
There is also a birder's telescope for the bird watchers.
On a more practical note, there is a regular-sized washing machine which can be used for US $5 per load, including soap.
There are several clothes lines for drying which, in the tropics, requires only a couple of hours. An ironing board and iron are also available, free of charge.