The Villas at Stonehaven are situated on a hillside just a few minutes from the beach and the views alone of the beach, ocean and sunset are spectacular.
The 14 well appointed and luxurious villas all have three air-conditioned bedrooms with en suite facilities, a large living room, and a spacious covered veranda with outdoor dining area, private pool and fully equipped kitchen. Each villa has a personal housekeeper, who will shop and prepare meals for you if you wish. Further facilities include a clubhouse with restaurant serving gourmet Caribbean cuisine, cocktail bar and beautiful moon-shaped infinity pool. Stonehaven is ideal for families or small groups of friends.
Complimentary activities at the hotel include swimming, tennis, walking and bird watching. Activities available nearby at an additional charge include golf, a range of water sports, deep sea fishing, and guided rainforest hikes. 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.
Stonehaven features 14 stunning Villas all with three air-conditioned bedrooms with en suite facilities, a large living room, and a spacious covered veranda with outdoor dining area, private pool and fully equipped kitchen. Each villa has a personal housekeeper, who will shop and prepare meals for you if you wish.
Not suitable for children under seven due to the infinity edged pool and low balconies; however, there is a babysitting service available and extra beds and cots should they be required. Aside from the extensive list of water sports, 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.
Facilities at Stonehaven Villas include a restaurant, clubhouse, swimming pool and beautiful beaches 2 to 30min away.
Complimentary activities include swimming, tennis, walking and bird watching. Activities at an additional charge include two championship golf courses, gym facilities nearby, water sports, sailing, scuba diving, water skiing, deep sea fishing and guided rainforest hikes can also be arranged. 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.
Services include babysitting, daily housekeeping, private chef on request, stocked bar in your villa on request and a wedding coordination service.
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.
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Location and directions
West Coast, Tobago
Stonehaven Villas are set on a hillside in lush landscaped gardens that adjoin a 100 acre bird sanctuary, in Stonehaven Bay on the northern shores of Tobago.
How to get there
12 hour international flight (touching down in Antigua) to Crown Point International Airport, Tobago. Stonehaven Villas are a 20 minutes drive, by private transfer from the airport.