Named for the majestic black rocks found on the beach-front of this scenic holiday retreat on Tobago's Caribbean coast, 'Black Rock Dreams' was built in 2006 and it is without a doubt one of the most impressive and upscale seaside developments located in the Grafton area.
Mahi Mahi Suite is one of eight fully air-conditioned 3-bedroom units set in this charming new condominium complex. Situated on the upper floor, affording all the cherished privacy and 3-sided views only a corner condo can command, 'Mahi Mahi' is quite simply a prince of a suite.
Sweet Dreams are made of this: the very best of places to stay; right on the beach; on an island a.k.a. 'the jewel of the Caribbean'.
Staying @ Mahi Mahi Beach Condo takes the guess work out: since the managers are happy to personally meet and greet their guests at the airport and provide a private escort service to this beach front resort.
Graced with high ceilings, all rooms have a/c and ceiling fans.
Graced with high ceilings and its many tall glass-paned doors and windows, the sun is easily able to do its daily sweep of this luxurious apartment.
The kitchen is a chef's dream come true, with its SS appliances and all the necessary implements for in-house catering or creating your own gourmet meals. A breakfast bar, providing ample seating for four, partially opens the kitchen up to an office and the more formal dining area.
The space set aside to serve as your office, if needed, is furnished with a large antique desk and storage cabinet, where you can lay down your wine and find an in-house guide to help you create your own fun holiday.
For fine dining & the very best of wine evenings, it's only a 2-minute walk to 'The Seahorse Inn' long hailed as Tobago's #1 restaurant. Just past the newly re-opened 'Buccaneer's Bar', there's a popular beach-side boutique run by local sweetheart De-ann, offering keepsakes and hand-made accessories to suit every style & taste. The happening hamlet of Pleasant Prospect is just a few steps further up the shore road. There you can find a cash stop, a small but well-stocked mini-mart, a 'Pizza Boys' selling really cool coffees & refreshments, Joanne's 'Finger Licking' take-out of local favourites like stew chicken & callaloo, and last but by no means least 'The Fish Pot' which is a fully licensed restaurant providing the tastiest of local & international foods in a classic tropical, shabby-chic setting.