The road journey from the airport can be a trial but it is worth it when you eventually arrive!
The Last Resort,
Ti Kaye is the last resort I would want to tell people about for fear of it becoming too popular, my wife and I enjoyed a 10 day visit here at the end of November into December, this is the tail end of the rainy season but this didn’t dampen our holiday spirits and we had plenty of time to enjoy the sun around the pool. The resort is ideally placed on a remote cliff overlooking the sea, we stayed in a luxury cabin complete with spacious veranda which included a double hammock, double sun bed and a plunge pool, an idyllic place for early morning coffee and afternoon relaxation.
The resort offers a wide range of Spa treatments, these are taken while you gaze over the Caribbean and are some of the best treatments I have experienced.
The food is varied and well presented, the menu changes daily and there is a local themed buffet once a week plus a fish night held at the beach bar.
It is often said that people can make all the difference and it is certainly true at Ti Kaye, Chis and his wife run a collection of professional staff from the front desk to the cheery garden crew. I will name those that I can remember and apologise for the ones missed.
The Spa manager Yvonne along with Theresa, Keturah &Jackie excellent team.
The Restaurant; Stella, Verna, Nadine, Dina, Alethea, Elisabeth, Cindy, Ronald, Soloman, Lira oh yes and not forgetting Ansęlma..
The Sommeliers Cleus & Dwight are a treat to anyone with a keen interest in wines, excellent knowledge.
A big thank you to Marva for making our stay comfortable.
We will definitely return next year.