Villa, 4 Bedrooms, 6 Baths, (Sleeps 1-8). Rate based on 2 sharing nightly.
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Open Air Luxury
We had a wonderful visit to the island with a perfect home base. Beautiful bedrooms and baths, open air living area made it an adventure! Great beach access and pool! A few repairs would have made it a ‘5’. Recommend using the cook for dinners. Truely a special vacation spot!
Loved Ohana Villa
We had a fantastic stay at Ohana Villa and already thinking about when we might return. We loved our entire experience visiting Tobago. A very special house.
I've been communicating with guests for many years now. The moment Kat got in contact, I knew she would be a great guest. Can't wait to have her family back again!
A slice of Bali tucked away in Bacolet, Tobago
O'hana Villa is as tranquil, relaxing and picturesque as Tobago gets. Almost hidden away in the hills of Bacolet (an area not commonly visited by the average tourist to Tobago), O'hana is impressive, from the very entrance of the property. Inspired by Balinese architecture, there are shutters instead of windows, in the almost fully wooden structure. The property has 4 grand en suite bedrooms, stylishly designed, and each one unique.
But the most stunning part of the property is the pool and jacuzzi outdoor area, with koi pond and gazebo. Literally every inch of this villa is beautiful and picture worthy. And what makes this the perfect peaceful getaway, in addition to all that, is that the villa comes with daily tasty meals at your request, all prepared with pleasure by villa Manager, Rena. She has excellent customer service and a sweet hand in the kitchen.
I promise you will never want to leave the villa. Leave Pigeon Point, Store Bay and Mt. Irvine for some other trip to Tobago.....because once you set foot in O'hana, it will be love at first sight.
Thank you for taking the time to write a review of your stay with us.
I hope you can make it back soon!
Home away from home
Every visit I make to Ohana increases my admiration for the amazing wooden structure that I call a creation. It is a welcome change from today’s steel and glass designs which can be beautiful, but are simply incomparable to Ohana. I remain in awe with the details that went into the building of this villa, it’s absolutely mind blowing.
On entering Ohana I am immediately transported to an idyllic environment of tranquility, serenity, and total relaxation. A well earned tonic for the mind and body. In addition, Rena, the manager prepares some delicious culinary dishes to complement the overall scenic view. There is really no need to leave the compound. So I don’t.
A true holiday with a difference which I recommend 100%. You will have no regrets.
Thank you for your wonderful comments.
The more I venture out fro Ohana, I am reminded of how beautiful an island Tobago is.
So happy to share our home with you and your family!
Beautiful villa with some shortcomings
We recently stayed at Ohana Villa for 2 weeks. The villa and views are gorgeous. We spent hours and hours each day sitting in the shaded gazebo or on the daybeds in the open living room, and enjoyed the beautiful views. The small private beach just below the villa was also very nice.
However, the villa had some problems that the owner should get fixed. The toilets flushed intermittently (had to pull it just so to flush). The house phone was not working for 5 days. The fish pond is so dirty with algae that you can't even see the fish. The pool lights were not working. The floor boards are worn and scratched - they were not refinished as the owner said they would be prior to our visit. Many of the pool tiles are missing of faded. The dishwasher doesn't clean well. The outdoor grill fell into an abyss. The knives were all so dull that it was hard to cook anything that required any cutting. The stove has inadequate heat (takes forever to boil a pot of water). The security guard comes into your private space in the evening unannounced.
All of these issues have diminished our ability to fully enjoy this otherwise nice property.
Thanks for your review of Ohana.
Some of our recent reviews are commenting on the overall experience of Ohana and not the detail.
I hope you and others see from my response that we work through feedback like this to strive for perfection.
Our toilets were found in a basement of a Victorian hotel in Port of Spain. It takes a certain knack to make them work. They are checked quarterly by our plumber.
TSTT the local phone company has installed overhead lines throughout Tobago. When it rains, everyone gets water in the lines and it takes quite a while to get fixed.
Our pond is now clear after fixing a blocked line for the pump. You visited in dry season when the water temperature is high and algae forms quickly.
Pool lights fixed!
Our wooden floors were not worked on before your visit due to us being booked with guests.
The next time we have a week spare we will be attacking the floors.
The pool will be due a re-look with our big annual maintenance period this October.
The dishwasher. Unbelievable that it's impossible to buy rinse detergent tablets/liquid in Tobago at certain times of the year. We prepared a concoction of vinegar, bicarbonate soda and fairy liquid that you did not use.
The outdoor grill has returned from the abyss...a new one was made and installed.
You only had to ask Rena if you wanted the knives sharpened more and she would have done this gladly for you.
Our kitchen has overhead fans...they diminish the burner strength when you cook. A design fault of Ohana. I often remark at the differing temperatures of ovens when I travel.
Our security guards try their best to not encroach on guests for their privacy. We have to check the house is secure and I am sorry if this made you uncomfortable.
Hope you can visit us again one day.
love this place beautiful hideaway
breath taking hideaway.... looking onto the sea surrounded by a tropical paradise... House has Thai inspired architecture just beautiful
Always a pleasure to welcome you...hoping that you can make it back a third time next year!
Other Activities: turtle watching and goat racing