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Richmond Great House

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Richmond Great HouseExplore the historical Richmond Great House in Tobago. Richmond Great house is an adorable refurbished 18th century plantation home that is situated in Belle Garden. Richmond Great House is one of the oldest surviving plantation homes in Tobago, where its foundation dates back to 1766. Bask in the experience while you tour the beautiful Richmond Great House.

The extraordinary Richmond Great House is carefully preserved and sits on 5-acres of lush landscapes on the peaceful island of Tobago.  The house is nestled high above the tropical rainforest of Belle Garden wetlands, as it boasts amazing views of the ocean and natural scenery. Richmond Great House was originally owned by Walter Pringle of Britain but is now owned by Professor Hollis Lynch since 1972.

Richmond Great House is squarely-shaped and is a white-washed brick house that sits amidst acres of cocoa and coconut trees. Step inside this magnificent home to view the splendid decoration of its interior. Walk through the halls to see the fabulous displays of African art, unique carvings, 20th century furnishings and beautiful textiles. However, Richmond Great House is also a guesthouse which offers a truly unique destination, which is perfect for you and your family to revel in the ambiance of privacy and rustic charm.

The surrounding is so quiet that you can hear the birds singing in a distant. Stand on the verandah to view the breathtaking mountains, the swaying palm trees and tropical forest. Richmond Great House is also available for rent to groups seeking an unforgettable vacation experience like no other. The country side charms of this great house and the beautiful beach nearby makes a picture-perfect setting if you are seeking an authentic retreat to unwind in Tobago.

There is also a restaurant on this site, for you to enjoy delicious island cuisine.

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