St. Croix Condo Rental Photos and Description
1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, Sleeps 2-4
One of our Four beautiful Sunset Beach Condos, The Seabreeze on Sunset Beach, to quote a recent guest, is “a cozy, comfortable, perfectly placed condo, right on the beach that we hope to return to soon.” We offer many amenities that other rentals do not, such as some water shoes, snorkel gear, beach items, a seaside charcoal grill, even shampoo and coffee.
Our site photographs are up to date and show the condo just as it is (of course the beach can change from time to time) and we may add some new Island artwork to our collection, but you know you will arrive to a clean , nicely appointed getaway.
In addition to being right on the beach with great snorkeling, the unit is located a short 12 minute walk to the historic town of Frederiksted where you can walk the cruise ship pier, visit Fort Frederik or dine in a restaurant with a beautiful water view. There are several beach bars within walking distance as well. So come enjoy St Croix!
Included with your accommodations:
Spacious and convenient off street parking
Beach chairs, towels and a cooler
BBQ grill and charcoal
Fully equipped kitchen
Bath towels, shampoo/conditioner & soap
Hair Dryer, iron & ironing board
Coffeemaker and coffee
UV Filtered Water & ice
Owner lives on Island
ENJOY THE MAGIC OF THE SEA, SUN and SAND!!
8 Prosperity Sunset Beach
Don’t worry if the calendar is full - see also our three other 1-bedroom condos: Mermaid’s Balcony (VRBO listing #462573) and The Five O’Clock (VRBO listing #462572), located in the same building. Invite your friends and family to join you in paradise! Soon available the Pink Flamingo.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About Cheryl Wooden
Our first trip to St Croix was in 1995. In 2006 after numerous trips to the Island, we decided to move from our Nations Capitol, Washington DC to the Island we love so much. We love our Island living, Sun, Sand, beautiful water and wonderful people.
Cheryl Wooden purchased this condo in 2008
Why Cheryl Wooden chose St. Croix
The West End of St Croix has the calmest water and of course the BEST sunsets. St Croix's West End is very undeveloped but has everything you need and much of it is within walking distance to our condo. Of course being right on the Beach( 20 feet away) made our choice at Sunset Beach an easy one.
What makes this condo unique
Enjoying Morning cups of coffee on the condo's gallery(porch) is probably the most relaxing time (Sunsets are a close second). Watching the shore birds or a pelican diving just feet away. Hummingbirds are abundant and visit our the feeders and flowers just feet away. You can walk the beach and find great shells and a variety of sea glass as well as coral and other marine items of interest. Some mornings you can watch the cruise ships dock at the pier in Frederiksted. You can walk to town in 12 minutes. A very relaxing (not many people) place to be.
Guestbook comments from the owner
Sending me that web site from Sunset Beach Condos was the best thing you ever did! I contacted them last September and made arrangements to go down to St Croix Feb 5 thru Feb. 11. Which we did.
The place is awesome. Post card sunsets every night. Snorkeling right out the back door (literally - the beach is 20 feet away). Breakfast on the porch in the morning with the birds - then a walk on the beach looking for shells and sea glass. St. Croix is one of the United States Virgin Islands (USVI) and was purchased in 1917. Columbus discovered it on his second voyage to the new world. Only 23 miles long and mainly settled by the Dutch in the 1700's with sugar and cotton plantations. Much of the current population is descended from slaves. Largest town (and capitol) is Christiansted. Next town down is Fredericksted on the west end, which is where we stayed. A 12 minute walk on the beach into town from the condo - or a five minute Jeep ride. We rented a nice new Jeep Wrangler for the week. Came in handy getting lost in the rain forest. Both towns have cool forts to explore and we drove to the fartherest EAST point in the United States (and territories) - Point Udall. Beautiful beach and sea views. Everything down there is about half speed from up here. Which is great for a week. I should have stayed.
They were the consummate hosts, lots of emails and phone calls making sure things were just so. I would seriously consider going back - something I rarely do as there are so many undiscovered destinations.
Thanks again for that web site