Elegantly rustic villas ensconced in a lush tropical hillside afford visitors a chance to relax, luxuriate and rejuvenate. Stonefield Villa Resort continues a 1600-year old reputation as one of the most desirable destinations for the discerning Caribbean traveller.
St Lucia, dubbed ‘Helen of the West Indies’ because of the 100-year possession dispute between the British and French, is a verdant tropical island nation situated mid-way up the Caribbean archipelago. Stonefield Villa Resort is located in the town of Soufriere, a picturesque colonial town, once the capital of St Lucia, and now the centre of a district known as the breadbasket of the island.
At once secluded and infinitely accessible, Stonefield Villa Resort is minutes away by shuttle bus from the colonial town and even closer to Malgretoute and Jalousie beaches, two sand and pebble shores with crystalline waters unequalled elsewhere on the Caribbean coast. The vicinity offers up a host of activities from hiking and diving, to sightseeing tours of the world renowned sulphur springs and baths in the warm Louis IX endorsed therapeutic baths. By boat, the capital of Castries and the entertainment district of Rodney Bay are easily accessible.
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Room amenities include safety deposit box, iron/ironing board, telephone, alarm clock radio, CD player, hammocks, coffee/tea maker, shower, hairdryer, balcony/patio, and full kitchen with cookware, dishes, refrigerator and stove.
Mango Tree Restaurant - Tropically elegant. The al fresco dining pavilion looks out over a small river stone pool and takes in the magnificent Petit Piton and views of the Caribbean Sea.
Our chef and his culinary team use all fresh local market ingredients and build on Mrs. Brown’s home cooking recipes to make the freshest, most delicious St Lucian flare. All herbs and vegetables grown on property are organic and the former plantation still yields the seasonal citrus, mango and breadfruit which are incorporated into the daily menus.
The Mango Tree Restaurant features a special vegan menu, as well as a children’s menu. And to stir it up true Caribbean style, The Mango Tree presents a rotating dinner theme menu featuring the popular Barbecue Thursdays, a charming Creole evening with a live local shak shak band and the best baby back ribs and jerk bake on the west coast. The Saturday Market Affair serves up the best of what has been freshly procured at the nearby Soufriere market with live entertainment from local musicians. Open for breakfast from 7:30am until 11am and open for lunch and dinner until 10pm.