The Villas at Stonehaven are Tobago’s finest slice of postcard-perfect luxury living. Arne Hassleqvist, the architect behind Mustique, designed the west coast resort with 18th century French colonial touches.
Set over 10 acres of tranquil surrounds, ocean views and landscaped tropical gardens that includes the Grafton Caledonia Bird Sanctuary, its 14 stunning villas are elegant homes away from home and superbly lavish. All feature private infinity pools, terraces spacious enough for dining and fully appointed kitchens. A daily housekeeper is on hand and you can also indulge in spa treatments, including an in-villa massage.
The Pavilion Restaurant serves light lunches and a la carte dinner, Continental and Caribbean fare being the main order of the day from The Villas’ internationally trained chefs. The warm and lively atmosphere at Clubhouse Lounge and Bar makes it the perfect spot to meet and mingle with other guests, enjoy the beautiful surroundings and try a range of unique Caribbean cocktails.
Closeby, guests will find three spectacular beaches on which to relax. In fact, giant leatherback turtles hide their eggs in the sand here during nesting season.
Meanwhile, guests can try catamaran sailing, wind surfing, water skiing, PADI scuba diving and snorkelling, with tennis available at nearby facilities. Golfers can take to the PGA-calibre championship golf course nearby. And if you want to explore the island further then staff here will be more than happy to set up a tour.