The cottages were reminiscent of Berjaya Langkawi Resort in Malaysia but at a much smaller scale of course. On a steep cliff-side, skirting the sea the cottages are cosy, clean and charming. Most of all its the breathtaking greenery which clinches it; manicured lawns, well-attended garden clinging right down the cliff (I saw the gardeners working at it from dawn to dusk). Whats more, if you have a daughter who takes to water like a fish, the pool beside the cottage just did it. As for the food at the restaurant, the Goa fare is pretty good. Surprisingly they serve Serradura pudding for desert (supposed to be a desert which has stayed unadulterated since the Portuguese days). From the restaurant manager to the bell-boys all the staff were very cordial, this in spite of a busy wedding season (Warning Stonewater is very popular for weddings!). Thank you guys, brilliant job! Thanks, Salma and Vani (the homemade cake was delicious). Thank you Rohina for the overall experience!