St. Croix Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, Studio, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2)
Looking for affordable lodging within walking distance to the beach, bars and restaurants? Rent a Tent Cabin for luxurious camping, or 'Glamping'!
$85.00/night + $50.00 cleaning fee
Be surrounded by nature, but have all the amenities of CANE BAY BEACH at your doorstep: Virgin Kayak Tours; Cane Bay Dive Shop; Eat@Cane Bay; Sprat Net Beach Bar; Off The Wall; and Rowdy Joe's.
Your TENT CABIN is nestled under the tropical canopy, two minutes from the beach. Nature lovers, who enjoy sleeping outdoors, and will love this affordable alternative to hotels.
Your TENT CABIN is set up for two people. Each cabin includes: a queen sized futon bed with 4 pillows, sheets and comforter; a camp kitchen; ceramic dishware; two lanterns; a water container; a table and chairs; covered picnic table; hammock; fire pit with Adirondack chairs; a park grill, and a clothesline! There is a shared bath house, with cool water showers, that has three separate bathrooms, and three separate showers. Cabins do not have electricity, but have lanterns and a battery operated fan. Cabins come with lockers to store valuables and charge electronics.
For a more detailed description of the TENT CABINS, please go to Virgin Kayak Tours webpage. Look under Eco Camping Retreat and Tent Cabin FAQS.
Cane Bay has some of the best scenery in the Caribbean. Cane Bay Beach, and the dramatic scenery of The North Shore is the backdrop to some of your activities. Whether you are kayaking the coast, diving 'THE WALL', hiking around MT EAGLE, practicing YOGA on the deck, or toasting the sunset at EAT, you will love the atmosphere!
This is a Tropical Campground, set in a tropical forest, two minutes from the beach. This is perfect for the person who likes the outdoors and camping.
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- pets not allowed
- smoking allowed
- not suitable for children
- wheelchair inaccessible
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
About Jill Updyke
Bryan and Jill Updyke love the outdoors, kayaking, and indigenous history and art. That's why we built these TENT CABINS. People can be closer to nature, get outdoors, and learn about the people who first inhabited this island. We also noticed that people with a small budget needed affordable lodging. During the 25 years we've lived on island, we've discovered some of the most amazing places. In fact, after many years of searching, Bryan discovered the location of the fabled 'Maroon Cave', and was one of the original trailblazers of the Sweet Bottom trail to the Tidal Pools. We spend our free time in the woods, or in a kayak. We would like to show you the island, the local way! Stay in one of four tent cabins, while enjoying the very happening North Shore of St Croix.
The neighborhood is the perfect mix of Island Life.
Jill Updyke purchased this cabin in 2010
Why Jill Updyke chose St. Croix
Your TENT CABIN is down the trail from Virgin Kayak Tours, under the tropical canopy, 2 minutes from the beach on foot. St Croix, and especially Cane Bay, offers a very laid back atmosphere to enjoy. You feel away from it all, but you are just a two minute walk to the beach, world class diving and snorkeling, restaurants and a lively neighborhood of locals. While still growing in popularity, Cane Bay and the surrounding neighborhood are a sure bet for anyone who wants to experience the caribbean the local way. It is very quiet and mellow on the weekdays, and very lively on Saturday and Sunday!
What makes this cabin unique
Snorkel and dive one of the best spots in the Caribbean; build your own fire to cook on at your private campsite; you can hike a private nature trail on the 101 acres of Cane Bay Plantation; swing in your hammock at your campsite; catch your very own lobster and grill it on your grill; hike to secluded beaches nearby. Kayak to remote coves that most Crucians haven't seen. Yoga classes are held at EAT two times a week. Party with the locals at one of the five nearby restaurants.