The Villas At StonehavenStonehaven Bay / Trinidad & Tobago
Basking in the sunshine of Tobago’s Western coast, this collection of fourteen villas make for a flawless way to experience Caribbean life. Each villa has a hillside spot facing out across the Caribbean Sea and is complete with a private terrace and infinity pool to take in the spectacular views that come along with it. Each spacious villa has been designed with care and attention, fitted with an abundance of in-house amenities to ensure that your stay remains comfortable and stress free
What to love
- All villas have a private infinity pool and pool deck with sun loungers in addition to a large outdoor veranda offering stunning sea views.
- The villa resort is just a stone’s throw from the beach, and within perfect striking distance of a number of Tobago’s most famous attractions and activities.
- The resort’s Clubhouse Bar is the perfect spot for an evening nightcap or afternoon fresh fruit cocktail. As well as giving groups a chance to meet other guests and families.
- Each private villa comes with a professional housekeeping service.
What to know
- During March and April each year the giant Leatherback Turtle comes ashore on Stonehaven Bay beach to lay its eggs. The hatching of the baby turtles takes place between June and July.
- Ideal for small groups or families with older children wanting an independent holiday on a less touristy island.
- The Stonehaven resort is conveniently located just a 15-minute drive away from ANR Robinson International Airport.
- The resort’s Pavilion Restaurant is home to internationally trained chefs, serving a mix of Caribbean and international dishes, whether you choose to dine from the lunchtime menu or the a la carte dinner service.
Discover the Caribbean at your own pace with one of the 14 luxury villas at Stonehaven. Set across a hillside on the Western coast of Tobago, each of these three or four bedroom villas casts you at the heart of island life, with spectacular views across the Caribbean Sea and just a short walk from the resort’s golden beaches. The nearest towns, shops and attractions are just a short journey away, for when you feel like returning to civilisation.
Each of the resort’s spacious 3,700 square foot villas has been designed with an authentic Caribbean essence and a quaint French colonial interior. Spread across two floors, each luxury villa features three large bedrooms (a fourth single bedroom is also available upon request), each complete with en-suite bathroom. The make-up of each villa also includes a fully outfitted kitchen, an indoor living area and a large outdoor veranda complete with infinity pool, dining table and barbeque. Every villa at the Stonehaven resort overlooks the ocean – promising unparalleled views morning, night and noon.
The resort provides a number of complimentary services to make your stay at Stonehaven as comfortable as possible, including personal housekeeping, activities and excursions bookings assistance, in-room spa services and an in-room catering service.
As the sun starts to set on Stonehaven, the resort’s restaurant and bar really come to life. The Pavilion Restaurant is available for both a lunchtime snack and evening dining service, offering a menu bursting with Caribbean and International flavours. The Pavilion also features a half moon infinity pool, should you feel like a dip in the afternoon sun. Meanwhile, the Clubhouse is the perfect little spot for a pre or after-dinner aperitif. This elegant bar serves a mix of spirits, beers and Caribbean cocktails.
When to Travel
Because of Trinidad’s southerly location, temperatures are equable year-round. Its average daily temperature is 27°C (80°F). Average humidity hovers around 75%.
The only real seasons in Trinidad and Tobago are the rainy season (June to November) and the dry season (December to May). The high season is January to March, with a noticeable peak in February when Carnival draws hordes of visitors and the cost of hotel rooms skyrockets. Booking ahead is essential at this time.
During March and April each year the giant Leatherback Turtle comes ashore on Stonehaven Bay beach to lay its eggs. This is an amazing site if you are happy to be up at 3am. Equally exciting is the hatching of the baby turtles in June and July.
Stonehaven Villas are set on a hillside in lush landscaped gardens that adjoin a 100 acre bird sanctuary, in Stonehaven Bay on the West Coast of Tobago. It is just a 15-minute drive away from the airport to the Stonehaven Villas.
The resort is very accommodating to families with children, with a range of room additions available (high chairs, cots, rollaway beds), as well as a professional babysitting service upon request.
Families with children under 5 years old should however be aware that the villas have infinity edged pool and low balconies.
Aside from the extensive list of water sports listed below, kids will love the guided rainforest hikes watching the giant Leatherback Turtle coming ashore on Stonehaven Bay beach to lay its eggs, (March to April). The baby turtles hatch between June and July.
Some other activities and facilities to do as a family
In-room dining: An in-room dining service is also available if you prefer to dine as a family in the comfort and privacy of your Villa.
Clubhouse: The impressive and welcoming Clubhouse lounge and bar is the perfect spot for guests to meet and mingle.
Beaches: There are various beautiful beaches to explore from 2 to 30 minutes away.
Complimentary activities: Include swimming, tennis, walking and bird watching. If you're there from March to April don't miss the giant Leatherback Turtles laying their eggs on Stonehaven Bay beach. The hatching of the baby turtles takes place between June and July.
Payable Activities: (Nearby at an additional charge) Include two championship golf courses, gym facilities (close by), sailing, scuba diving, water skiing, deep sea fishing and guided rainforest hikes.
Golf – Just a short distance from the villas resort, guests will find two championship-standard golf courses. One is 2km away from the Stonehaven resort, while the other is just a 10-minute drive away.
Water sports – With such proximity to the coast, guests will find a wide and varied range of water sports to partake in right on their doorstep. Available to all levels, activities include: sailing, windsurfing, scuba diving and snorkelling.
Sports facilities – A sports complex just a short distance from the resort is home to a fully-equipped gymnasium and tennis courts. Perfect for any fitness fanatics while away.
Bird Sanctuary – The Grafton Caledonian Bird Sanctuary is just a short distance away from the resort. Visitors can expect to see a wide range of exotic birds, including the Cocrico, the national bird of Tobago. Why not join the Mot-Mot feeding at 4pm?
Rainforest – Home to the oldest nature rainforest in the Western hemisphere and brimming with exotic wildlife, a tour through the island’s rainforest is a must for any visitor.