The Villas At Stonehaven
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
With a stay at The Villas At Stonehaven in Black Rock, you’ll be by the ocean and close to The Kimme Museum Institute and Gulf City Mall. This 4.5-star villa is within close proximity of Turtle Beach and Fort Bennett.
Treat yourself to a stay in one of the 14 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring private pools and flat-screen televisions. Rooms have private balconies. Kitchens are outfitted with full-sized refrigerators/freezers, ovens, and stovetops. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as an outdoor pool or take in the view from a terrace and a garden. This villa also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and wedding services.
Food & Drink
Grab a bite to eat at the villa’s restaurant, where you can enjoy drinks at a bar and dine alfresco (weather permitting). Or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours).
Business & Travel Amenities
The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
PROS: Beautiful place. Amazing infrastructure. It had everything you could have wanted for a long stay. BBQ, private pool, very clean.
CONS: Nothing to do around. Shopping was far away, beach was not near. (some may see this as pros)
Unluckly the restaurant at Stonehaven only open from thursday to Saturday, and only at night. The Beach is not that near. Another thing is that the cleaning staff was there really early eventhough we had paid an extra night that we were not going to use anyways.
Vernett (our villa cleaner was a blessing)
waiter at lunch (very friendly)
Disclaimer For some people these may not be Minuses!!!
Restaurant not open at anypoint for dinner at all during our stay. (Should offer option to pay for preorganized dinner before coming to the island as I suspect the low census was the cause for closed restaurant)
Were not given orientation of the villa (could not find forks on our own had to bug front desk)
No AC throughout (Only in bedroom). We were told to leave doors open to get the breeze. There are lots of bugs once the lights are on so this is not a real option.
Some windows have no screens
No television in bedroom which is the only room with AC
I stayed in Villa # 9 last weekend with a friend. It's off/low season, so we found it easy to book a villa. There were no other guests on the property for the first 2 days of our stay actually. Avalon in reception was extremely accommodating. The security guards and housekeeper Audrey were friendly and helpful too. The kitchen had everything we needed to prepare our food, and I appreciated all the space in the bedroom and bathroom.
Best parts of the stay were the location and the architecture. We loved opening the doors everyday to the blue ocean (West) and the green hills (East). Also loved the landscaping and the infinity pool, which is a lot of fun to relax in at night. People that are averse to bugs, reptiles, and birds might not like the Villas at Stonehaven, as the surroundings are lush and natural, and it is simply home to these animals.
I don't think it would be too expensive to make a few updates to Villa 9's interior, to provide a better experience that's worth the price-tag. Most welcome would be a newer TV, bathroom fittings that are easier to use, unstained bedroom rugs (that one is probably super cheap to replace), window cleaning, a paint job, etc. The interior is just not kept up to the same standard as the the exterior, and you get the feeling management is cutting corners.
Visitors from Trinidad probably have an easier time with the downsides of tourism in Tobago than foreigners do. Trinis would probably be priced out of Tobago if it ever reached the levels of luxury and service seen in the Bahamas and elsewhere, so I hesitate to complain too much. The Villas at Stonehaven is, from a design standpoint, one of the finest properties I've ever seen in Tobago. Though it's not perfect, I'll definitely be going back.
We stayed in Villa 15 (Mot Mot) from 5th June until 19th June
We arrived at our villa at Stonehaven at about 5pm and on being show into the house our jaws dropped, first at the stunning view from the enormous terrace facing just about west as the sun was beginning to set, it took a few minutes before we where able to take anything else in, then as we where shown around the house we realised we had arrived at the most stunning place you can imagine. It was our 10th wedding anniversary and Girla our villa attendant (who was amazing) had decorated the bed with flowers and towel swans it looked so romantic. We where shown the rest of the house we could see that the house was extremely stylish based on a 17th century plantation house.The bedroom was air-conditioned and the bed very comfortable with top quality white linen. The kitchen was fitted out with everything you could want including a large American fridge freezer and an enormous wine cooler. The extensive outdoor living area with the private infinity pool was where we spent most of our time watching the sun go down drinking G&T's Girla was on hand daily to cater for all our needs and nothing was too much trouble. Franklyn (General Manager) and his team were very professional and always there to help.
To cut this long review short we could not recommend Villas at Stonehaven more highly, we have stayed in houses all over the caribbean and this is our No.1
After visiting another hotel north of the island that was a disaster from start to finish we decided to head south to find this gem of a place, we are talking opulent in every way. private pool, maid in the mornings to do washing, fast internet and all in a fantastic setting that clearly is cared for with a passion.
Its perfect for self catering which we enjoy, as we like to go out and explore restaurants etc..
The staff have been so lovely and i really cant wait to come back to the island and bring all the family.