Sunset Reef Villa - Reader Reports & Opinion
Katy Stickland from Tobago visited in May 2011 and awarded
We hired Clive and Jane's villa - Sunset Reef in May 2011 for our wedding. They helped us organise the day, making sure the villa looked perfect - and it was. They took out all the stress that can happen in a run up to a wedding and our day was all the more memorable because of it. The villa was immaculate - they even decorated it with fairy lights and flowers which made it look beautiful and romantic. I can't recommend them enough for your fairytale wedding. Thank you so much!
Stephen Forbes-Parker from U.K. visited in May 2010 and awarded
I've been fortunate enough to travel the caribbean extensively during the past
42 years,be it on business or pleasure,some details I would spare you and some
I would be happy to share,But I have to say by far the most pleasurable is the one I have just experienced at Sunset Reef Blackrock Tobago .
The very name conjures up dreams of a romantic Villa with fabulous sunsets and
an atmosphere of a well earned Caribbean holiday .And it truly is.
I probably would never had found this place had I not been eavesdropping on a coversation in Coco restaurant by two couples who had just returned for a second stay at Sunset Reef.
The Villa boasts exactly what it says it has,spectacular views,wonderful sunsets,beautiful air conditioned rooms,private grounds,a beautiful kidney shaped pool and wait for this!?--A genuine English Red Telephone Box adjacent
to the pool for your shower,Honestly!.
Pippa my wife is naturally concerned about security ,however we were relieved to find more than adequate security systems installed,cameras,burglar alarm,and a secured fence around,the property is within sight of a good class hotel and their security services. The RESULT .Two weeks of Heaven!
Motto; Eavesdrop when you can!!
S.F-P. Virginia Water Surrey.
Lynne Potter from U.K. visited in September 2008 and awarded
Sunset Reef villa on Grafton Beach has got to be the best place to stay on the island of Tobago.
The fantastic views, only a stroll from the beach, the sea laping on the golden sand and the fantastic sun sets are only a few things to mention.
The ideal place for a Caribbean wedding this villa ticks all the boxes i would recommend Sun Set Reef to any one who is considering getting married on the island of Tobago.
Myself and family cannot wait to go back.
Thank you to all the management for looking after us and Jane and Clive for allowing us to stay in their part of paradise.
Lynne and Mick Potter
D M George from U.K. visited in July 2008 and awarded
Great place to stay on the island. The villa is only a short stroll from the beach and has fantastic views over the sea from almost all of the bedrooms. Villa cleaned regulary during our stay together with pool by friendly helpful people.
The villa contains all that you need to stay there, including books etc. Air con in all bedrooms means that you get a good nights sleep.
Black rock is ideally located as a base on the island.
Really enjoyed our stay and would love to go back there. (need to save up first)
Island also excellent for weddings.
Turtle beach just a short drive away although turtles do nest on the local beach.
Ron Elliott from Canada visited in January 2006 and awarded
My wife and I spent 10 fabulous days at Sunset Reef in January of 2006 with 5 other family members gathered for a family reunion. It was absolutely perfect for the purpose, with four spectacular bedrooms (each with its own bath), privacy, well-equipped kitchen, pool and barbecue. It is a beautifully maintained house with a cottage feel overlooking Grafton beach. We ate every meal in the gazebo enjoying the views. It is much closer to Grafton beach than it looks in pictures, literally a 2 minute walk from the fabulous restaurant at the Sea Horse Inn, and a short walk to a bird sanctuary. You fall asleep listening to the surf.
My wife and I spent 2 weeks in Tobago 10 years before and wanted my mother, sisters and their husbands to experience Tobago. We couldn't have chosen a better place. Ironically, we almost didn't reserve there because there were no reports on My Tobago and it wasn't on the Recommended list of villas. We think it should be. We can't imagine a better place for a group to stay in the vicinity, which is one of the best on the island because of it's proximity to Pigeon Point and Buccoo Reef, as well as Grafton beach. The management is fantastic and made car rentals, etc, a breeze. The TV lounge and indoor dining room went unused. It is well worth the cost. The only reason I can imagine that there aren't glowing reports on My Tobago is that people who have stayed there don't want the competition when booking future stays!