About Tobago Bed & Breakfast Greenhaven Cottage
The inn-keepers of Tobago Bed & Breakfast Greenhaven Cottage, Jane and Ronald Grant, have rich ancestral ties to the beautiful village of Les Coteaux. They were both raised in this village and it is no wonder, when they married, they decided to continue to live there.
Jane loves everything domestic, including cooking, baking, sewing and cleaning. She possesses a vast knowledge of local dishes and recipes and often spends her free time sewing sheets, curtains and other household linens.
Ronald is quite knowledgeable on the history of Les Coteaux and can tell you many stories of what he refers to as “the ole time days.” He is a retired firefighter who spends his retirement growing melons and tomatoes. Having learned the art of gardening at a very young age from his father, he possesses a wealth of knowledge about the cultivation of crops in general. He can tell you, for example, what season is best to plant what and if you are lucky, you may just be given a free slice of red or yellow watermelon for sampling sake. If you do, make sure to comment on its sweetness and you are guaranteed to see him beaming from cheek to cheek.
Overall, both cottage keepers are friendly, hospitable and service-oriented and strive to ensure that their guests feel at home and enjoy their experience at Tobago Bed & Breakfast Greenhaven Cottage, and in Tobago in general..