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Sheila prepared a lovely evening meal for our arrival even with short notice. The breakfasts were delicious. Our lodge room was very comfortable with plenty of room and good lighting. Punta Gorda Town is an easy 15 minute drive from Chaab'il B'e for lunch and...More
Response from Sheila N, Owner at Chaab'il B'e Lodge & CasitasResponded 13 May 2017
You both know how much we enjoyed having you at the lodge. Next time it's off to Agua Caliente! Thanks for the lovely review.
Immediately after booking, Sheila was in touch with us to assist in every way, arranging flat fishing, tour guiding and local transportation and recommending dining places.
Room was immaculate.
We only managed to eat breakfasts there, but Sheila is a world class omelette maker!!
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Response from Sheila N, Owner at Chaab'il B'e Lodge & CasitasResponded 23 April 2017
Thanks, Bill and Vivian, for the nice review. We had a great week with you. My omelette pan and I are ready to jump into action any time you want to return!
Shiela,s the greatest. From the moment we arrived until the time we left she gave us all the attention we needed. The accomadations are immaculate. Breakfast is good. Great jungle type experience. Car necessary as you are 8 miles from town , easy drive.
Response from Sheila N, Owner at Chaab'il B'e Lodge & CasitasResponded 24 March 2017
Thanks Ralph and Peggy! It's easy to be hospitable to hospitable people and you are both so gracious. I hope you enjoy the rest of your trip and come visit Belize again.
Chaab’il B’e offers a safe retreat where you can experience the serenity of waking up in the morning to the sound of hummingbirds that enchant you to look out the window and be greeted with a garden lush with trees and flowers, go for a...More
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Response from Sheila N, Owner at Chaab'il B'e Lodge & CasitasResponded 15 March 2017
Sherrie, thanks so much for the nice review, but even more for staying with us and letting me help you with your trip. It helped me to focus on what's best here in Toledo. So, thanks for that and we hope to see you again!
Sheila and Rusty have created a “Garden of Eden” with memorizing exotic plants and birds of all colors at your door. A really magical jungle experience, especially the hiking trails and swimming hole with a natural rock floor that feels like poured concrete!
1 Thank Laine H
Response from Sheila N, Owner at Chaab'il B'e Lodge & CasitasResponded 13 March 2017
Thanks so much for the descriptive review, Laine! I'm very happy that you were comfortable and enjoyed your stay. And, we can't wait for you to come back again and stay longer next time, too.
US$90 - US$139 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I'm not sure if Lee checks TripAdvisor for comments, but my wife and I were guests at Tranquility Lodge last June (2014), so I can at least tell you what we did . . . There are some trails right on the property, as well as... More
I'm not sure if Lee checks TripAdvisor for comments, but my wife and I were guests at Tranquility Lodge last June (2014), so I can at least tell you what we did . . . There are some trails right on the property, as well as swimming (though the rains had made the creek/swimming hole muddy when we were there). We went to the Mayan sites of Lubaantun and Nim Li Punit one day, with a stop at Coleman's Restaurant, all of which I can recommend. We also went to the Mayan site of Uxbenka, which isn't as well excavated/developed, and was part of a trip that I don't think is normally available. You can also go to a local chocolate factory. We ran out of time to do that, so can't comment on what it's like. But it's chocolate, so how bad could it be?
We were supposed to go kayaking on one of the local rivers, but a big rainstorm prevented that (which is why we went to Lubaantun and Nim Li Punit). There are a couple of kayaking options in the area.