Reef Bay House Rental Photos and Description
House, 4 Bedrooms, 3.5+ Baths, (Sleeps 8)
A 15 minute drive along a quiet road from the ferry in Cruz Bay will bring guests to an idyllic island setting. Situated barely above the treetops and merely a 60 second dash to the beach lies the vacation home you will want to revisit.
This new, secluded, spacious eco-friendly Caribbean villa features Thai decor, tropical pastels, lush vegetation and private pool and hot tub. It promotes outdoor living, socializing and simply Being. It offers a wooded trail guarded by deer, birds and crabs reaching a pristine beach within 2-5 minutes walking. Strolling further along the beach brings one to sugar mill ruins, mountain trails to petroglyphs and several additional quiet beaches.
In keeping with the St.John focus on sustainability, the Villa offers opportunity for adults and children to interact with the wind and solar alternative energy offered, water conservation techniques and the unique flora and fauna.
Plan on lying in bed each morning with sunrise views over the hills and sea, listening to the breaking surf. Enjoy views of the ocean during the day from all parts of the Villa including the pool and hot tub. Swim, snorkel, surf, sunbathe privately or take a hike right below the Villa into the National Park. Evenings gather on the balcony for breezes,sunset hues from billowing clouds, sails and sunny faces!
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- wheelchair accessible
- children welcome
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- Long-term Renters Welcome
We would like to share this family vacation paradise!
Kick back on the most wonderful American island in the Caribbean or sail to windward.
A touch of Thailand in the Caribbean.
All the comforts of a new home, plus some!
Excellent hiking right out the door.
The best surfing and some of the best snorkeling and lobstering on the island.
Beachcombing, bird watching and bonefishing.
Friendly concierge on island to arrange day trips, massage, catering, grocery shopping, driver, babysitting.
Photovoltaics, wind energy and other 'green' features