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Hibiscus Heights

4 Self-Catering Apartments

Perched on a scenic ridge at Pleasant Prospect, Hibiscus Heights is a colonial-style villa with panoramic sea views of Stonehaven Bay. The property offers three... self-contained units: a three-bedroom apartment on the upper floor and two adjoining studio apartments on the lower floor. There is also a charming self-contained detached one-bedroom at the entrance to the property. Guests have shared use of a small pool and sun deck on the upper floor of the property. [read more]


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Hibiscus Heights

4 Self-Catering Apartments

Perched on a scenic ridge at Pleasant Prospect, Hibiscus Heights is a colonial-style villa with panoramic sea views of Stonehaven Bay. The property offers three self-contained units: a three-bedroom apartment on the upper floor and two adjoining studio apartments on the lower floor. There is also a charming self-contained detached one-bedroom at the entrance to the property. Guests have shared use of a small pool and sun deck on the upper floor of the property.

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Property Description

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Hibiscus Heights is a colonial-style villa with pool, overlooking Grafton Beach, offering a high standard in holiday accommodation available as a vacation villa or as individual apartments, at affordable rates.

Set on an old plantation ridge, with fabulous north west views of the Caribbean Sea, Hibiscus Heights is located steps away from Grafton Beach, and a stone’s throw from all the amenities in the village of Pleasant Prospect; restaurants, bars, grocery, even an ATM!

Our four, fully furnished self-catering apartments and cottage, are available to create your perfect island vacation getaway!

The Property

Hibiscus Heights can be booked as a whole unit, or as 4 separate apartments:

Warm Breezes: a three-bedroom, luxury suite (sleeps 6 - 8); - offering spacious living for four to eight people, this impressive apartment has a large verandah with outdoor dining and comfy bamboo sofa and chairs for relaxing and catching the warm breezes and viewing the turquoise sea. Two of the bedrooms have queen-sized beds and one single bed in each room, while the master bedroom has a king-sized four-poster bed and en-suite bathroom. High ceilings and are also quite roomy. All beds are four-poster - very romantic - with firm mattresses for many restful sleeps. There is an open living/dining area and large kitchen with high cathedral ceiling. On the same level, there is a small pool to the rear of the building, surrounded by a sun-terrace, which is accessible to all guests of Hibiscus Heights.

Corner View: a bright and airy one-bedroom apartment adjoining "Artist's Studio" and also accessible from a separate entrance; offering a large kitchen/lounge area, a small utility area, with its own washer/dryer and private sea-viewing terrace with outdoor table and chairs for a perfect morning breakfast or a sundown 'alfresco' dinner. Steps to the village, restaurants, bars and beach. Offering a queen bed and in the living room a double sofa bed. It's the perfect escape for the winter.

Artist’s Studio: located on the ground floor of main house, perfect for singles, couples travelling on a budget. Offering panoramic sea view from relaxing small patio area. The studio can also be booked with Corner View apartment as the adjoining door allows for two couples or a small family to enjoy the larger space of the two joined apartments. Alternatively, accommodating overflow guests from our Warm Breezes apartment.

Sweet Nest: a cosy cottage with enclosed deck, and its own drive up parking, located by the gates of the main villa and apartments. Ideal for those looking for a little privacy but within steps to the village, restaurants, bars and beach. Offering a queen bed and a single day bed. Outside on the deck is a half covered half open area to relax and dine 'alfresco'. The deck is surrounded by palms and banana plants, but still affords a sea view and view of the village.

myTobago Review

Self-Catering Apartment, Grafton, Tobago

The following review was produced during a 7-night stay at Hibiscus Heights in February 2014.


Hibiscus Heights is a two-storey colonial-style house situated on a steep hillside in Pleasant Prospect. The upper floor of the building provides a large three-bedroom self-contained apartment. The first floor is sub-divided into a cosy studio and a larger one-bedroom apartment which can be combined into a spacious two-bedroom apartment when booked together. Finally, a delightful one-bedroom cottage lies to the front of the main house.

The property offers highly a comfortable, relatively upscale accommodation for a total of up to 14 guests. As such, it is could be an ideal choice for wedding parties and other small groups.

Hibiscus Heights has had two previous owners and has been offering self-catering holiday accommodation for around twelve years. The property changed hands in late 2013 and the new owners, a charming Trini/Canadian couple called Mike and Glory, are still in the early stages of making the changes and upgrades that are planned for the property. We wish them well in their venture.  


The charming hamlet of Pleasant Prospect is located between Mount Irvine and Black Rock on Tobago's lower Caribbean coastline. Travellers familiar with the north coast Shirvan Road are sure to recall it, even if not familiar with the name. It is home to The Fish Potrestaurant, Pizza Boys takeaway, Marie's Placemini-mart and the only ATM cash machine along that section of the Caribbean coast. Hibiscus Heights is located less than a minute's walk from these essential facilities.

The Crown Point beaches of Store Bay and Pigeon Point are attractive and popular, but have become over-commercialised and can be excessively crowded – particularly if a cruise ship has docked in Scarborough. The beaches along the Caribbean coast are quieter and more natural. Other than a few beach traders, these beaches are largely free from any sort of commercialisation. Hibiscus Heights is less than a 5-minute walk from the golden sands of popular Grafton beach.

The Shirvan Road, which runs along the lower part of the Caribbean north coast road from its intersection with the Crown Point-Scarborough highway, has become Tobago's dominant restaurant strip. Several of the island's most popular and best restaurants are housed along, or adjacent to, this mile-or-so of coast road – all within a 5-minute drive of Pleasant Prospect.

When one combines these factors, Hibiscus Heights has an excellent location. It is within a 15-20 minute drive of every notable business or feature in the popular Crown Point-Plymouth-Scarborough triangle and is ideally situated for tours and excursions to Tobago's beautiful northern rainforest.

To get the very best from their Tobago holiday experience, visitors should consider hiring a self-drive vehicle. The island is small and easy to navigate and why waste valuable vacation time waiting for taxis or public transport. Having said this, Hibiscus Heights is one of the very few properties where it is genuinely possible to stay without transport, particularly as owners


As mentioned, Hibiscus Heights offers a choice of three different apartments in the main house, plus a studio cottage in the grounds.

We would have been happy to stay in any of the apartments. However, the pièce de résistance of this lovely property is undoubtedly the three-bedroom Warm Breezes apartment, so it seemed most appropriate to make this the focus of our review. All four units are decorated, furnished and equipped to the same high standard as detailed in our main description of Warm Breezes.

Like almost every property outside the flat Crown Point/Lowlands area of Tobago, Hibiscus Heights is built on a hillside. Flights of stairs need to be negotiated for access to and from The Artist's Studio and Corner View, and even more so, Warm Breezes. As a result, the property would not be ideal for those with mobility problems. However, the single-storey Sweet Nest cottage is built at ground level with direct access from a small, flat parking area immediately in front of the cottage.

The property is surrounded by a high security fence discretely covered with bougainvillea and other colourful, thorny, tropical shrubs. Each accommodation unit has a small electronic safe for guest valuables.

Travellers who need to keep in touch with work, family or friends will be delighted to hear that Hibiscus Heights offers complimentary wireless access to a reasonably fast (by Tobago standards) Internet connection. This is available in all four accommodation units.

Warm Breezes

Without question, Warm Breezes is the centrepiece of Hibiscus Heights. This lovely apartment occupies nearly the entire upper floor of the house and offers some 2,700ft2/243m2 of comfortable floor space, including balconies but excluding the pool area. The apartment is well-decorated, beautifully furnished and quite well equipped.  It would undoubtedly make a wonderful holiday home for a family or small group. Although Hibiscus Heights is only a short walk from an excellent beach, Warm Breezes even has its own small but usable private swimming pool and sunbathing area, located directly behind the apartment on the upper floor of the house.

After negotiating the steep driveway and climbing three flights of stairs, you soon start to appreciate the benefits of being at the top of the house. As you pause to catch your breath (well, you do at my age) you cannot fail but to be impressed by the wonderful views across Stone Haven Bay and Courland Bay. The palms and foliage hide the beach, but you can often hear the waves breaking on the rocky foreshore just 250 yards away, so your close proximity to the beach is never in doubt.

A wide wrap-around covered balcony with a deep roof overhang shades the house and keeps the house cool and breezy. Not that a lot of help is needed – the house faces north-east, directly into the prevailing winds.

Wide folding louvered doors lead off the covered balcony and into the main living area. With an open wooden ceiling that rises to nearly five metres, the room appears even more spacious than the 50m2 of floor space might suggest. With the front doors latched open, occupants can both soak up the sea views from the seating area at the front of the room, as well as being cooled by two ceiling fans and the through-breeze.

The walls of the room are painted in a cool pale olive with white highlights and ceiling. Starkness is relieved by attractive local paintings and delightful mobiles of shells and drift wood – or 'dangly things' as I call them. The seating area at the front of the room consists of a group of comfortable and attractive padded rattan armchairs and couches that would seat up to nine adults. A 28-inch flat screen television set with DVD player and a small tuner/CD-player are close at hand for entertainment. A small library of novels and other books are also available.

Between the seating area and the kitchen is a formal dining table. Somewhat heavy and ornate in appearance, it will not be to everyone's taste but does add a certain grandeur to the room and will seat six people with bags of elbow room. It became my office for the week of our stay.

Although not furnished as a breakfast bar, a range of kitchen units separates the kitchen from the living/dining room. Flanked by a long range of two-tier storage cupboards, there is certainly no lack of storage space. Most of the cupboards were packed with a wide range of kitchen utensils and other essentials.

The kitchen has a large six-burner gas stove (but no grill/broiler), a large fridge with freezer compartment, microwave, toaster, electric kettle and liquidiser. There is an extensive range of kitchen utensils, cutlery, crockery and glassware. The apartment is fully equipped for six people plus, so you won't be washing up all the time. The range of equipment and ancillaries available were excellent and the new owners are engaged in an activerenewal process to bring all kitchen equipment and ancilliaries up to date after the apparent relative neglect of the business over the past year or two by the previous owner.  

The living room is not air-conditioned, nor does it need to be. It benefits from a lovely through-draught particularly if the rear kitchen windows and door are left open. The two large overhead fans were more than up to the job of keeping the main living area comfortable at all times.

The bedrooms are located on each side of the living/dining area, with the master bedroom on one side and the two smaller bedrooms on the other. Mum and Dad can make as much noise as they like without disturbing (or embarrassing) the kids. Mind you, given the age of our family, it would arguably be the other way around.

The master bedroom is almost as large as the living room – a massive 10.5 x 4 metres (42m2). This is larger than any suite at any hotel on the island. The room is elegant and features a comfortable king-size bed with a four poster decorative canopy/mosquito net. The furnishings are primarily of rattan and include nightstands with lamps, a six-drawer dressing table and mirror, plus two chairs. The room still manages to look very spacious. Two wide double doors lead directly onto the wrap-around balcony. The windows are fitted with traditional wooden louvers and keep the room shaded but not dark.

To the rear of the bedroom is a large walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom. The wardrobe offers a massive five metres of full-length clothes hanging space and storage shelves. Despite having clothing for a six-week stay, we made little impression on the available space.

It was a nice touch to find a pair of cosy bath-robes and extra pillows and blankets in the wardrobe of two of the three bedrooms.

The master bedroom en suite bathroom is long and narrow. It is attractively decorated with sea shells and other tropical knickknacks, like the rest of the apartment. The washbasin is set into a tiled vanity unit, with ample space for toiletries and bathroom essentials. Water pressure was good and there was always lots of hot water, so taking a shower was always a pleasure.

Visitors seldom realise how corrosive salt-laden tropical sea winds are, or how much damage they do. Plated bathroom fittings soon go and can rapidly become pitted and green as the underlying metal oxides. In this regard, Hibiscus Heights was better than average, but it is the one area where the age of the building does show a little.

Other bedroom facilities include an electric shaver socket and a hairdryer. Nice, soft, clean towels, including beach towels, are provided and changed regularly. The same applies to bed linen. Cheery housekeeper, Ingrid, services all the Hibiscus Heights apartments six times a week and laundry services can be arranged with her. An ironing board and steam iron are available for guest use.

To  the other side of the living room, bedrooms two and three are not quite as spacious as the master bedroom, but are still more than adequate at 4x4m (16sq.m.). Both are furnished almost identically with a four-poster queen-size bed with decorative canopy, an additional single bed and nightstands with lamps on each side of the main bed. The white walls, wardrobes and other woodwork are echoed in the white mosquito nets and crisp white linen, relieved very effectively by vibrant, colourful soft furnishings and bedspreads. The overall feel is light, bright and relatively spacious.

Sandwiched between bedrooms two and three is a shared 'family' bathroom. It is finished and furnished in similar style to the en suite bathroom in the master bedroom and likewise equipped with washbasin, toilet and a large walk-in shower.

All three bedrooms have whisper-quiet, Toshiba split-unit air-conditioners as well as large ceiling fans. They quickly and efficiently bring a room down to the required temperature and then maintain that temperature in almost total silence, particularly when switched to 'silent' or 'economy' mode.

In addition to the air-con, the master bedroom has two large overhead fans. The other two bedrooms each have a single overhead fan. The deep roof overhang, strong breeze and shuttered bedroom windows combined to provide conditions that hardly required mechanical cooling. Our only use of the air-conditioning was to 'super-cool' the bedroom for an hour before retiring. Having done that, the near-silent overhead fans were more than enough to keep the air moving and night-time temperatures perfect. We slept well every night with remarkably little local noise to disturb us.

Up to two additional small divan beds can be provided for guests with small children. A high chair and crib/play-pen are also available for guests with infants.

A wide wrap-around balcony runs around two sides of the house. This is undoubtedly where visitors will spend a lot of their time. The balcony is furnished with a dining table and six chairs and a cosy seating area comprising of two comfortable padded rattan settees and an armchair. The views over the bay are quite beautiful. Not to be outdone, the grounds of Hibiscus Heights may be compact, but are a riot of colour, with every inch of ground covered by mature tropical plants.

Continuing around the balcony, guests are likely to be quite surprised by the sight of the open-air swimming pool and patio area extending across the back of the house – something you simply don't expect to find at the top of the house. Screened by high walls and offering almost total privacy, the 5.7 x 3.2m pool (depth: 0.62-1.1m) may not be exactly Olympic size, but then it hardly needs to be when you have the beautiful beach and turquoise waters of Stone Haven bay just a few minutes' walk away.

The pool deck is furnished with six padded sun loungers and an all-weather table and chairs. The deck area is also home to a gas barbeque unit – an invaluable piece of equipment given that the Mt.Irvine fish market is just a couple of minutes' drive down the road. You can buy fresh fish directly from the fishermen most afternoons, from around 4pm.

The Artist's Studio

Couples requiring more modest accommodation, or parties wanting to increase the capacity of Warm Breezes (or other apartments) might wish to consider The Artist's Studio located on the lower floor of the property. This lovely air-conditioned apartment is decorated and furnished to the same high standards as Warm Breezes and can be highly recommended, whether rented on its own or as a package to supplement other apartments.

The Artist's Studio provides a comfortable 41m2/440ft2 of living space, excluding the outside terrace. It is located next door to the larger one-bedroom apartment, Corner View.

The bedroom of The Artist's Studio is separated from the living area by an attractive lattice screen. It is furnished with a double bed. There is also a single bed, suitable for a child. Additional furnishings include a bedside table with lamp and electric clock/radio, a wardrobe with 1.8m of half-length hanging space and storage shelves, plus a small dressing table.

Like all rooms and apartments at Hibiscus Heights, the room is well decorated and in excellent maintenance condition. The apartment does not have a telephone, but a mobile (cell) phone can be made available to guests.

Leading off the bedroom area is a small but inviting bathroom with washbasin, toilet and a fully tiled walk-in shower. All apartments are fully plumbed for both hot and cold water and serviced six days per week.

The living area, at the front of the apartment, is furnished with a 3-seat padded settee and small dining table with four chairs. A well-stocked bookcase will ensure that occupants of the room never go short of reading matter, particularly if they get bored with the horrendously awful local and American channels available through the satellite/cable television network.

The small but usable kitchen area is furnished with a large Bosch fridge and freezer, a 6-ring gas stove, electric kettle, toaster, microwave oven and coffee filter, plus a decent collection of kitchenware, crockery, cutlery and glassware.

As in the larger apartment upstairs, The Artist's Studio has both a large overhead ceiling fan and an excellent Toshiba split-unit air-conditioner. Also in common with the other apartments, a secure digital safe is provided.

Immediately outside the entrance to the apartment is a small private terrace furnished with a large sun umbrella shielding two attractive wrought iron seats, a sun lounger and a small matching table. The terrace provides lovely views out over the bay, across the spectacular colours of the garden.

Corner View

This spacious one-bedroom apartment was originally used by the previous owners. However, the popularity and success of Hibiscus Heights forced a rethink; the owners therefore moved to an adjacent property and their apartment added to the rental stock. The new owners, Mike and Glory, want the best of both worlds, so have created a new apartment for themselves next to  Warm Breezes. By living on-site, they are always available to deal with any issues that arise, or when advice and information is needed by guests.

Corner View is a light, breezy and spacious apartment with a delightful small balcony that offers lovely views over the surrounding hills and Stonehaven Bay.

The furnishings and equipment are of identical standard to the other apartments and are more fully described in our Warm Breezes section. The apartment primarily consists of one very long room: one  half being a spacious lounge and dining area, leading onto the front balcony, whilst the other half forms the kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. Given that the apartment is primarily intended for just two occupants, the bedroom entrance has curtains rather than solid doors. This helps to preserve the feeling of spaciousness. A comfortable day bed in the living area could be used for an additional child, when required.

One big difference between Corner View and the other apartments at Hibiscus Heights is that this unit boasts its own washer and drier.

As mentioned, there is a connecting door between Corner View and The Artist's Studio. When both units are booked by the same guests, this door can be unlocked, making the lower floor of the building one very large two-bedroom unit.

Sweet Nest

Finally, Sweet Nest (pronounced 'sweet-ness' in the local dialect) will undoubtedly provide romantic and comfortable holiday accommodation option for a couple, or perhaps for a solo traveller.

This cosy, self-contained one-bedroom cottage sits just inside the entrance to the property and has its own parking area. It offers some 37m2 of accommodation floor space, not counting the charming 23m2 enclosed private deck. Fully air-conditioned, the cottage is furnished, decorated and equipped to the same high standard as the other apartments in the main house.

On crossing the threshold, you enter a small but delightful living area furnished with a three-seater sofa and matching coffee table. There is a small wooden table, ideal as a desk, and a colourful circular painted table with four matching chairs for dining. Entertainment is available from a 26-inch flat-screen TV mounted above the desk and a DVD-player is available.

The living area is separated from the bedroom area by a discrete lattice screen, in the same manner as the Artist's Studio. It could be argued that removing these screens would enhance the illusion of space, but the screens are actually very practical and offer improved privacy whilst adding great character to the apartments.

The bedroom area is dominated by a queen-size bed. The bed is flanked by nightstands with individual reading lamps and the room furnished with a chest of drawers and a half-length wall-mounted mirror. A built-in wardrobe provides 0.8m of ¾-length hanging space. Other facilities include an electric alarm clock, ironing board and iron, 'his' and 'hers' bathrobes and spare blankets and pillows.

Leading off the bedroom area is a small bathroom with the usual facilities: hot and cold washbasin, tiled walk-in shower and a toilet. As in the other apartments, nice soft, clean towels are provided, as is a liquid soap dispenser.

The kitchen area is small and compact, but you don't go on holiday to the tropics to spend your time in the kitchen. However, it is quite surprising how well-equipped the kitchen is and it should prove more than adequate for two occupants. Facilities include a medium-size fridge with separate freezer compartment, 4-ring gas stove, microwave, kettle, toaster, blender and a small collection of kitchen utensils.

Wide French doors lead from the living area onto the spacious private deck. Surrounded by a wooden balustrade and lattice screens, the deck represents a lovely private spot to sunbathe, lime, dine or socialise. Furnished with a pair of comfortable recliners, a glass topped-table with four chairs and large sun umbrella and a large gas barbeque unit, the deck is sure to become a firm favourite with every guest. 


We first visited Hibiscus Heights for a pre-review inspection in February 2007. Our mini-review written at that time concluded:

"Hibiscus Heights will undoubtedly make a wonderful holiday base for groups or families of up to ten people. The apartments and cottage are comfortable and well-equipped. Everything you need is provided. The owners are constantly on hand to ensure that everything you need is available. We have a feeling that this property will prove to be one of our most successful recommendations.

Since writing those comments in 2007, we have stayed at Hibiscus Heights twice.  On each occasion, the property was under different ownership and management. So, how do we feel about the property after our latest seven-night stay? Well, our 2007 conclusion says it all and we see no reason to change it at all. The new owners naturally have their own take on things but after meeting and talking to them, we are highly encouraged and are confident that Hibiscus Heights will remain one of the most popular self-catering options available on Tobago.

Reader Reports

This property has a weighted Reader Satisfaction Rating of 100%   . Click below to read the 64 reader reports that this is rating is based on.

Paula & Wendell Grosvenor from U.K. visited in March 2018 and awarded   

If you are planning a trip to Tobago and want a self-catering apartment then we recommend Hibiscus Heights.

Not only are the beds comfortable, the shower works and the ‘aspects’ pleasing, the patrons, Glory and Mike are exceptional for their professionalism, warmth and approachability. They even picked us up from the airport and took us supply shopping on our first day in Tobago.

Hibiscus Heights is in Pleasant Prospect within walking distance of Grafton Beach. The building is positioned like a citadel above the ‘village’ of Pleasant Prospect within an easy stroll. In the village most things can be found, an acclaimed restaurant (Fish Pot), other restaurants, a bar, mini supermarket, Joanne’s who produces freshly cooked local food in the evenings at very reasonable prices. A sit-down breakfast can also be found in the village as can a very personable fruit seller.

We stayed at Hibiscus Heights for two glorious weeks at the beginning of March this year, spending three days in The Artists Studio and the rest of the holiday in Corner view.

There are a choice of three apartments and a separate cottage in the grounds.

All three apartments and the cottage are delightful, high quality, tastefully decorated, beautifully furnished and extremely clean.

Artists Studio and Corner View had everything that we needed, including a washing machine in Corner View.

The Artist Studio and Sweet Nest Cottage are intimate and cosy.

Corner View is large and airy with generous sea views and last but not least Warm Breezes, the largest of the apartments also with stunning sea views.

There is also a swimming pool that is clean and well maintained that all the apartments had access to.

The pictures on Hibiscus Heights website are totally accurate in fact it is even better in real life.

If you want to hire a car then Glory and Mike can organise that as well.

We arrived as strangers and left feeling that we had simply renewed our friendship with Mike and Glory(patrons) even though we had not previously met.

Sheldon from Canada visited in September 2017 and awarded   

I'm Sheldon from East of Toronto in Canada.

I spent 28 days in Trinidad and Tobago over the course of 3 visits. 22 days of which, I was in Tobago.

My first stay was in Warm Breezes - which is located on the top level of the villa.

Hibiscus Heights is just walking distance to a grocery store, restaurants and bars and Grafton Beach.

Grafton Beach a sandy beach, it is great for wading and swimming. The beach isn't busy which lends to a nice quite day at the beach.

The monotony is broken up by black rock jutting into the sea which we explored to find small fish caught in natural rock pools waiting for high tide to release them.

I have spent much time this summer liming by the pool and seeing the owners in action. They are quick to respond to inquires.

The owners are helpful with advice of where to go for food and outings. My party was picked up at the airport.

We also took advantage of their guided tour promotion around the island another day during my first visit.

Hibiscus Heights has great Wi-Fi reception everywhere.

The TV's cable signal is clear as expected but out of my 28 days in paradise, I only watched 20 minutes of TV a few times.

The A/C works excellent and is very easy to set the temperature.

Each room at the Hibiscus Heights Villa has a different ambiance which is refreshing and quite a change from the standard rooms in hotels.

On my first visit to Tobago, I spent every night at The Hibiscus Heights.

My first step into the door of our large bedroom , I could tell that someone who cares about my stay, prepared your room.

The room was the master bedroom of the penthouse suite, "Warm Breezes".

The master bedroom had an on suite bathroom with shower, multiple doors opening up to the wrap around porch which leads to the pool in the back of the upper level.

The pool is accessible to all guests and is a must when liming the right way in the afternoon.

This penthouse apartment sleeps 6 privately and 8 otherwise.

The massive kitchen beckons for help with the feast preparation.

There is so much room, 2 separate meals have been prepared at the same time with 3 cooks.

There is also a very large table with matching sturdy huge chairs to allow for feasting abutted with the large TV room.

The view from the master bedroom, TV room and the patio over look the calm Sea on the leeward side of the Island.

My second visit to Hibiscus Heights, we were given the suite called "Corner View". The kitchen is very spacious for entertaining while cooking.

Being perched up high in this villa, the patio easily looks out over the calm Caribbean Sea.

The fabric curtain closes in the bedroom and billows out like a bubble of air conditioning.

I remember stepping through the quietest doorway, into the kitchen and eating area, and into the temperature of the Tobagonian night.

I knew the air conditioning allowed me to sleep so well.

It sleeps four. Corner view suite also has a connecting room which we took advantage of for one of the nights of our stay.

It is connected to a suite called The Artist Studio it also sleeps a family of 3.

The Artist Studio is on the same elevation as The Corner View Suite. It has a double door walk through for a large group to be conjoined.

The Kitchen is a nice size where help in the kitchen to share the chores, will not get in the way.

It is perfect for a couple or small family of 3.

The Artist Studio has a spacious and comfortable patio where all you see is foliage and the calm sea.

My third visit to Tobago was quick and I only spent 2 nights at the Hibiscus Heights Villa. I was with a smaller group (no family) and stayed in “Sweet Nest Cottage".

A guest house, separate from the Villa proper, also known as The honeymoon suite. It is set up for a couple to be comfortable and cozy.

The kitchen's quint size is designed more for cuddling than entertaining a crowd.

The ceiling is high and has the feeling of carefree lavishness while on vacation with that special person or small family.

It has a patio wrapped with so much flora you can't be seen and adds to the coziness of this unattached Suite.


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Studio/1-Bed Apt:$70 - $110
3-Bedroom Apt:$225 - $250
Minimum Nights:5 nights
Property Type:Self-Catering Apartments
Maximum Guests:14
Air-Conditioning:Except for the 3-bedroom apartment where only the bedrooms have a/c
Children:If booked as a whole, the property can accommodate up to 14 adults and 2 young children.
Hair Dryers:a hair dryer in every bathroom
Internet Access:If guests bring their own computers, WiFi available.
Television:Cable TV
Safety Deposit:Yes
Wheelchair Access:No
Swimming Pool:10 x 20 pool - Warm Breezes only
Catering Options:

Housekeeping:6 times per week
Personal Laundry:No
Personal Cooking:By Arrangement
Region:Lower Caribbean
Location Type:Open Countryside
Airport:15 minutes
Beach:3-5 minute Walk