Stonehaven Villas – Tortola Villas

Stonehaven Villas are a collection of fourteen absolutely extraordinary Tobago villa rentals, each containing three bedrooms and four baths. StoneHaven Villas are ideally situated on a pristine hillside in beautiful StoneHaven Bay and offer some of the most desirable views of the Caribbean Sea in the area. Each of the 3,700 square feet villas are designed with a French plantation style in mind and were constructed by Mustique-based architect, Arne Hasselqvist. Each of the prestigious villas are set upon their own beautifully manicured lawns and host an infinity edge swimming pool, complete with an expansive wooden deck, luxurious chaise lounges, and umbrellas.

Features and Amenities

Stonehaven Villas are some of the few Caribbean villa rentals in the area and provide guests with some of the most exclusive accommodations that are just as luxurious as their exteriors. Each of the expansive two story villas includes three well appointed bedrooms and four luxurious bathrooms. The interiors of the villa are comprised of a spacious living room that leads out to a covered patio. The large formal dining rooms have seating for 12 guests and are surrounded by windows to allow guests to take advantage of the exquisite scenery. Each villa also has a fully equipped gourmet kitchen and wine chiller as well. Each of the regal bedrooms are fully air conditioned and contain an en-suite bathroom, safe and computer ports, and of course, absolutely amazing views.

Stonehaven Villas provide guests with an array of upscale Tobago villa rentals for guests of all ages. For a completely work and worry free vacation, a professional housekeeper visits the property and, upon request, can prepare and serve local dishes for guests to enjoy indoors or out on the terrace. Although each villa does have a private swimming pool, StoneHaven Villas share a Clubhouse, fully equipped with a bar and dining menu as well as a large community swimming pool. Nearby the properties, guests will find an amazing 18 hole championship golf course, bird sanctuary, fishing, gym, and a wide array of watersports.


Powdery white-sand beaches, lush green mountains, and a sheltered yacht-filled harbour characterize the island of Tortola, where the past of the West Indies meets the present of the BVI. The largest island in the chain, Tortola offers a variety of exciting vacation possibilities. The protected anchorages at Brandywine Bay, Cane Garden Bay, Hodge’s Creek Marina Cay, Soper’s Hole and Trellis Bay are ideal for boaters. Secluded palm-shaded beaches at Apple Bay, Brewer’s Bay, Elizabeth Beach, Josiah’s Bay Beach, Long Bay Beach and Smuggler’s Cove make for excellent swimming and snorkeling. There are also many well-equipped facilities for fishing, snorkeling, scuba diving and more.

Main Street in Road Town, the capital city, has an array of shops and restaurants; offering everything from local spices, jams, rums, and soaps to handcrafted jewelery, silk-screened fabrics, and local art.  The cuisine of Tortola reflects the island’s rich cultural mix, whether it’s a four-star dinner at a converted sugar mill or a delicious West Indian roti at a pastel-painted cottage. Local delicacies such as fresh lobster, conch, spicy goat, curries and Johnny Cakes make each meal memorable.

Escape to the cool slopes of Sage Mountain National Park, where traces of a primeval rain forest can still be seen at higher elevations. On the mountain ridge that runs through the island, observe local Caribbean life with its gentle rhythms, farms, settlements and churches. Outcroppings and vertical ghuts, or dry steam valleys, expose the deep, rich earth of this volcanic island. In Road Town, the J.R. O’Neal Botanic Gardens offers peaceful walks through pergolas and pathways covered with colourful vines, as well as a miniature rain forest and a fern house. The people of Tortola are friendly and known for their warmth and hospitality. There are a wide variety of places to stay, ranging from campgrounds to luxury resorts and private villas. Tortola is also an ideal point from which to explore the other British Virgin Islands. Regular ferries, private and crewed yachts, and planes travel daily to the other islands of the BVI.