Charity Public Road from WDsCrossing majestic Essequibo River on way to WD's Rainforest Suites
WD's Rainforest Suites
Hosted by Ray
Ray is the host.
16 guests
10 bedrooms
15 beds
8 baths
16 guests
10 bedrooms
15 beds
8 baths
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WD's is located in the cosy town of Charity, on the breath-taking Pomeroon River, gateway to Guyana's pristine north west rainforest and Amerindian villages. Suites are spacious, bright, clean, safe, very comfortable, all modern amenities and superb hosts.

The space

Each suite is very spacious and contains a private shower, sink & toilet, clean comfy bed, small sitting area, fridge, tv, closet, dresser with mirror and a private balcony. The rate per night includes a queen size bed and breakfast for two persons. There's a roof top terrace with breath-taking views of the town, Pomeroon River and surrounding rainforest. In the front hall of the building is a huge sitting area and dining table. The ground floor has local boutiques, craft shop, salon, restaurant and café, and games room. And, just a few steps outside the building is the Charity local market place.

Guest access

Guest are free to relax in all common areas described in the "Space" above.

Interaction with guests

Your hosts Ray, Deleep, Wavney & Ramesh are there to ensure your stay is the best. The doorman and friendly staff are always available to attend to your comforts and needs and to ensure a personalized service is provided to you.

Other things to note

Take a trip to WD's secluded wilderness retreat on the Pomeroon River. For an extra cost we would be happy to include a day trip, overnight stay or longer, with tours to the Wakapau River, Atlantic coast and Moruca River. Or watch the sea turtles nest at Shell Beach as part of a guided tour through North West Guyana.


Amenities
Kitchen
Internet
TV
Essentials

Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
2 queen beds, 1 couch
Bedroom 3
1 queen bed
Bedroom 4
1 queen bed, 1 single bed
Bedroom 5
2 queen beds, 1 couch
Bedroom 6
1 queen bed, 1 single bed
Bedroom 7
1 queen bed
Bedroom 8
1 queen bed, 1 single bed
Bedroom 9
1 queen bed
Bedroom 10
1 queen bed
Common spaces
3 sofas

House Rules
No smoking
Check in is anytime after 12PM (noon)
Check out by 12PM (noon)

Alcohol consumption is permitted.

You must also acknowledge
Must climb stairs - 2 Stairs
Potential for noise - Locals love to enjoy life and street parties are expected on weekends.

Cancellations

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Nidhi User Profile
November 2016
This is actually a hotel, one of three on the main street and unfortunately on Fridays Saturdays and Sunday there is very loud music until 2:40am ... so bring your earplugs if you want a peaceful night. The breakfast is served at a small eatery downstairs. Our room was spacious, the water was hot and clean, the beds were comfortable. We did not use the wifi. Given the lack of options, I would recommend Ray's place for all kinds of travelers.
Ray User Profile
Response from Ray:
Thanks you so much Nidhi for your feedback, for noting we provided a spacious room, hot and clean shower, comfortable beds and, most importantly for recommending us to other travellers. Travellers looking for affordable, safe, clean, personalized and friendly service always do choose WD’s B&B, as the other options do not compare to ours, and those hotels are located above nightclubs. Charity is a small cozy town, and from our repeat guests and their compliments we know our B&B remains the best place in town to rest your head, and when in transit to Guyana’s rainforest, Venezuela and Georgetown. Our listing does describe the small shopping centre below, providing guests/travellers with personal clean safe shopping and a chance to buy local crafts and products. Also, in Guyana, a “hotel” licence is required to operate a B&B and the word “hotel” must be displayed on property. We are so very sorry the hotel across the street was noisy, and thanks for letting us know (we wish you had told us during your stay). We have been working with the local police to bring under control as it’s required to stop loud music at 11PM. Honestly it is the first time that a guest has mention the noise issue to us and our regular guests include families, the Catholic missionaries, the Red Cross and government officials. Our listing description and photos do accurately reflect the service and environment we provide for our guests, as well as activities they can do visiting that part of Guyana. We do take pride in ensuring your stay is safe, comfortable and enjoyable, and we thank you for staying with us.
November 2016

Amber User ProfileAmber is a superhost.
June 2016
I came back for one more night after my initial trip to recharge before continuing my journey. It was just as wonderful as the first time! The WD tours are worth making the trip up to Charity!
Ray User Profile
Response from Ray:
Thanks so much Amber for returning that one night and giving the tours a thumbs up! It was a treat to have you with us and to show you a part of Guyana that is less travelled and has great charms!
June 2016

Amber User ProfileAmber is a superhost.
June 2016
Getting to WDs Hotel (WDs Rainforest Suites) in Charity is half the fun! The property itself was built in 2011 and the owners are very friendly people who want to share the beauty of the Pomeroon River with visitors. The hotel rooms have air conditioning, porches, and a mini fridge and there is a nice lounge area and rooftop with an open air gym. The restaurant downstairs has great breakfast! The highlight of my trip was a tour to the Amerindian villages that included a stay at the sister guesthouse, WD Wilderness Retreat - about an hour by boat from Charity. The house is right on the river and there are hiking trails and beautiful sun rises/sunsets. It is so peaceful! I loved it. Some things I loved about the tour: traveling up smaller rivers, seeing monkeys in the trees, chatting with people at the villages and visiting the school and cassava field. Both villages and rivers (Wakapao tribitary and Maruca) were very different and gave me insight into the Amerindian cultures. I also did the Lake Mainstay day tour, which is a peaceful area and beautiful lake but very quiet during the week. Once the hiking trails are complete it will be a really nice trip for groups during dry season. I enjoyed the stops at the locks, airstrip, and monument on the way up. Between the two, I enjoyed the overnight tour the best. I look foward to doing more tours the next time I'm in Guyana :) Thank you for the wonderful experience!
Ray User Profile
Response from Ray:
You are so wonderful Amber! Your enthusiasm and adventurous spirit is remarkable and we so very much appreciate you kind review and would love to host you again and show you more of our undiscovered rainforest and people.
June 2016

Toronto, CanadaJoined in April 2015
Ray User Profile
I have travelled all over the world and love experiencing the cultures and adventures of the wilderness...however, Guyana's Pomeroon River and Charity Amazon region is where I rather be. Basking in the tranquility and beauty of the nature, the fresh cool Atlantic air, enjoying th…
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