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TravelPod Member ReviewsTree Tops Guesthouse Caye Caulker
Caye caulker is special, and the Treetops guesthouse underlines this. A little to the south of the 'village' (everything is walkable, preferably barefoot) in a quiet spot, set in a nice sandy palmgarden with fountain, the meticulously maintained three floor building is an oasis. We stayed two nights in the already wonderful Africa room, after which we were upgraded to the sunset suite: large, light and breezy, you realize after a few days that you don't want to leave. Thanks for a wonderful stay, Doris!
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Historical Traveler Reviews Tree Tops Guesthouse Caye Caulker
Treetops, the best place on the island and even of Belize, as far as we got to know it!
Doris made us feel at home in her lovely furnished, well kept and clean house! We couldn't have enjoyed our stay more!
Othmar & Andrea
Two days in paradice.
Thanks for two days in paradice.
I and my friend Silvia staid at Tree Tops only two days in october, but the place is wonderfull and magic, as Caye Caulker.
I hope to come back as soon as possible,
What a fantastic welcome
What a fantastic welcome awaited us at Tree Tops! Doris and Terry have an in depth knowledge of Caye Caulker and furnish guests with a local map and recommendations on the best restaurants and snorkelling trips. The rooms are immaculate, with amazing attention to detail in each. All are very reasonably priced and offer a superior standard of accomodation - the Sunrise Suite is especially gorgeous, with an inspiring view of the ocean and all the trappings of an expensive hotel! Set right on the beach and only a 2 minute walk from the centre of the island, I would not hesitate to recommmend Tree Tops to either the short term traveller or those wishing to spend a few weeks on Caye Caulker. Staying here made our visit to the island even more enjoyable.
Vicki Scaife (The Sunday Times Travel Magazine)
A rare luxury
Upon planning my trip to Belize, I happened on an interesting article in the Sunday Times Travel Magazine recommeding the Tree Tops Guesthouse on Caye Caulker. Similar in price to many hotels on the island with small, characterless rooms, I was taken back by the immaculate, spacious and beautifully decorated rooms Doris and Terry Creasey had to offer. Tree Tops is a rare luxury at an affordable price.
A wonderful stay at TreeTops Guesthouse
Absolutely wonderful stay at the Treetops Guesthouse! Beautiful rooms and very very clean! I would recommend it to anyone and everyone! I will definitely be coming back to Caye Caulker and Treetops!
Truly luxury accommodation
We stayed in the sunrise suite and found it to be truly luxury accommodation. It has an amazing view of the sea and a lovely spacious balcony equipped with deckchairs. The room is new, spotlessly clean and tastefully decorated. It is big, airy and light. Every detail is carefully thought out from the alarm clock by the bed to the little fridge in the corner. The owners/management are extremely welcoming, helpful and knowledgable about the island. Definitely one of the best places we have stayed at.
The nicest,cleanest rooms in the country
I just returned home from my first stay at Tree Tops Guest House. I was traveling throughout Belize and would have to say that Tree Tops offered some of the nicest, cleanest rooms in the country. Traveling alone as a single female is sometimes difficult, but Innkeepers Doris & Terry made me feel very welcome, and safe. There are lots of other places to stay on Caye Caulker. However, Tree Tops is definitely the best value for money on the island! I look forward to my return!
Stay at Tree Tops
Doris and Terry made our stay at Treetops very easy. They were very friendly and very willing to help. The rooms were immaculately clean and well presented. We had a wonderful time here and highly recommend it to anyone thinking of visiting this beautiful island. We look forward to returning soon to Treetops.
The Best In Caye Caulker
Tree Tops is the best place on the island of Caye Caulker, hands down! Each room is spotlessly cleaned on a daily basis; very comfortable; cable t.v.; refigerator (great for stocking up on snacks/drinks); fresh towels daily; ceiling fans for in-room breezes (the suites have AC); and to 'top' it all off, they are about 40 yards from the water!!! The owners, Doris & Terry, are full of information regarding the "who's, what's, when's, and where's" of the island. Anything you need to know, they have the answer. You get all this at the most reasonable prices on earth. I checked and snooped around at the other places on Caye Caulker, but like I said at the beginning of this review....Tree Tops is the best place on the island of Caye Caulker, hands down!
Tree tops left us hanging
when we arrived at our destination, "tree tops" we were rudely told that we did not have a reservation. doris the owner told us that we did not "comply" with her process, although no notification was sent to us regarding this. we had sent two faxes containing credit card information and everything that was requested of us. her response was sorry people i run a business (enter slammed door here) luckily we found other rooms available. (with congenial owners)
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