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Recent Virgin Islands Reviews

Batting 1000 for three years running

5 of 5
We have stayed at Windwardside Cottage for a week every year for three years now. We just got back home and are already planning our next week there. Each year, the cottage has provided a comfortable and convenient home base from which to explore the wonderful island of St. John. We travel with another couple and there is plenty of privacy for everyone as well as delightful common space for meals and relaxing in the hot tub or on the porch. The views of Coral Bay are great! If you've never been, you can't imagine how delightful it is to wake up and see such beautiful ocean, sky and flowers right from your bed! We prefer to cook at home and enjoy quiet meals -- the kitchen has everything we need. The whole facility is every bit as lovely and well-appointed as it looks in the online photos. Everything is clean and good working condition when we arrive. If anything breaks or needs attention, the staff is quick to respond. The drive up the mountainside from the main road is a bit daunting the first time -- you really do need a 4-wheel drive vehicle -- but you'll quickly acclimate to the roads. It's well-worth the drive! What we learned on this trip is that some rental companies send new guests to their residence with only directions. In contrast, a staff member from Calabash Cottages will meet first-time guests at the ferry, take them to the car rental pick up, then by the grocery if desired and finally lead them directly to the cottage and show them around. What a lovely welcome. We couldn't recommend a place more highly!!
  • Submitted: Dec 15, 2014
  • Stayed: Dec 2014

Take me back there, right now.

5 of 5
We had such a glorious time. The cottage is tiny but wonderful -- clean, airy, bright. There's no A/C because it's designed with windows on all sides and a ceiling fan to help the cross-breezes along. We were comfortable in mid-May. It felt like much more of a real island experience than staying in a resort. I was nervous about privacy because this cottage is attached to a larger house. They told us the plantings would provide privacy, and they really, really do. The entire place is cloaked by beautiful tropical plantings, with the exception of the view straight out to the ocean. The only time you'd see other people is on the path to the shared parking lot, which crosses directly in front of the cottage by the double screen doors right in front of the bedroom. There are curtains you can pull in front of the doors, though. The garden shower is very private. The wall around it is probably 7 feet tall, with vines and plants coming down the walls. It was awesome. The views pictured on this website are not exaggerated, btw. I was pretty sure the photos were prettified in some way, but the view is exactly as pictured, and I have a bunch of photos on my camera to prove it. Basically, that's what you see when you're sitting up in bed. They're not exaggerating about the road, either. The first time we drove up it, we were both white-knuckled. By the end of the week, we were rocking and rolling down that road like old pros. It was great. A little tutorial from the car-rental agency didn't hurt, either. We used the grill, but we never got around to using the hot tub -- we'd rather have spent our time on the beach. The WiFi was not quite strong enough to stream Netflix, but there is a small TV with a DVD player, so I'd bring DVDs if you want to watch movies at night. We liked Coral Bay way better than Cruz Bay, the more populous town on the other end of the island. There are far fewer people and more donkeys/chickens in the road, which was amusing, and just as many great beaches. We went over to the west end to visit, but we always ended up preferring Coral Bay. Word of warning: If you're going to the islands in May or later, be sure to bring plenty of DEET, because the mosquitoes will be out in force, including in the garden shower. As one local told us, "Better spray than dengue."
  • Submitted: Dec 14, 2014
  • Stayed: May 2014

best kept secret in the caribbean

5 of 5
this is our second time to stay at mooncottage and our third time to st john. the first time we came here, i researched villas and based on the reviews and amazing photos i booked mooncottage though i wasnt really sure what it would be like (sometimes photos can be misleading). well....the truth is that nothing you see online can prepare you for what you'll experience when you first set foot in this place. photos alone do no justice to the glory of this place. the cool trade winds in the evening, the moon rising over tortola, the sweet smells of the forest around you, the view...ah the view....it's just not the same in a photo. when you wake up in the morning and lift your head - you look just across the pool to a view of the sea and the island of Tortola and you hear only the sounds of nature. also, every little detail has been considered...and if something that you need is missing, there's a good chance Brian will find it for you. We're about as anti resort as you can get....we like privacy and charting our own path when we travel. Mooncottage is completely private but still close to several good restaurants and two nice grovery stores...and if you're into cooking as we are the kitchen is well equipped with all the hardware you need! we have stayed at one other villa near mooncottage that was pretty nice...and a bit cheaper....but you get what you pay for....and we've decided that we'll never stay anywhere else when we come to st john.
  • Submitted: Dec 9, 2014
  • Stayed: Dec 2014