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We spent 2 nights in a 1BR with bath unit. Amazing views from the porch. Accommodations are rustic; however a lot of what Tim is trying to do is source locally, employ locally, and keep things environmentally friendly. The staff are very friendly. Food was...More
We only visited for lunch and for a presentation on coffee growing. The vista is unbelievably stunning. We enjoyed being shown how to plant coffee and learning how the plants grow. Not sure the ecolodge style of hospitality is for us but others clearly enjoyed...More
Tubagua is indeed located in a beautiful mountain with a great view. Everything is pretty rustic and cute and there are few rooms options.So far so good...I stayed in a "little house" but unfortunately is to close to the main road so it is a...More
The view from my room was breathtaking, the host is very friendly, the hotel feels like a home where visitors from different places interact making the environment feel warm and familiar.
The hotel offers a guided visit to “El charco de los militares” which is...More
.. in safe environment. Really nice stay for two nights in late December. Little rain don't harm at all. Nice common spaces and clean cabins. Cabins had mosquito nets so that the many bugs don't quite grt to your skin. Cabin like experience. Good vegan...More
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Food & Drink
Where is the closest restaurant? Tubagua is a rural village; there are no restaurants in town. The closest restaurants are in Puerto Plata or Sosúa, 20 or 30 minutes away by car. Tubagua does not have a... More
Food & Drink
Where is the closest restaurant? Tubagua is a rural village; there are no restaurants in town. The closest restaurants are in Puerto Plata or Sosúa, 20 or 30 minutes away by car. Tubagua does not have a restaurant but we do have a kitchen and local ladies cook excellent meals for our guests. We want to make your food experience with us a highlight of your stay. We often hear comments like “this is the best food of our entire vacation!” - and even - “this is the best food I’ve had in the Caribbean!”
We don’t have a menu. Our tradition of serving meals family style turns mealtime into a pleasant social event shared and enjoyed by our guests. Our optional meals are as follows:
Breakfast $7.50. Look forward to a very generous breakfast with fresh juice and fruit, yogurt, homemade granola, followed by eggs and toast and sausage or ham, fresh Dominican coffee or tea.
Lunch $10.00. Lunch is usually an authentic Dominican family lunch comprised of salad, beans, rice and stewed meat. However our cook sometimes comes up with something special like her amazing Seabass al Coco. We can also set you up with picnic lunches if you’re heading out for the day: just ask the day before.
Dinner $17.50. Our prix fixe dinner is an event to look forward to, with the cook serving up to eight different Dominican dishes and Caribbean fusion specialties. Vegans, vegetarians and carnivores all enjoy our family feasts. We are also happy to attempt to adjust to any special diets: please just tell us in advance!
Our Optional Meal Package Gets You Free Lunch. To make things simple we offer a daily 3-meal package for only $25 per person (reduced for kids). Note that this must be requested in advance (no later than check-in) and will apply to all the days you are here; it can’t be on-again-off-again. So write and tell us if you’d like the meal package added to your reservation.
Bring Your Own Snacks. Tubagua has no cooking facilities for guests to use but you are welcome to bring your own snacks and cold food.
The Bar. We have a limited selection of rum, wine, beer and local cocktails offered at reasonable rates. You are welcome to bring your own bottles to use in your room. A corking fee of $4.00 per bottle is applied to private bottles consumed in the social areas.