Tortola Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Exquisite one bedroom efficiency with private deck and Jacuzzi tub.
Perfect hillside hideaway to get away from it all.
This airy bedroom suite is naturally ventilated with fans and is not equipped with air conditioning.
The suite contains a queen size bed, efficiency kitchen, Jacuzzi tub, sun deck with adjoining covered verandah to 'chill out' and watch the boats in the harbor.
- wheelchair inaccessible
- not suitable for children
- Long-term Renters Welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
Paul and Judy- we were so glad to have rented the Crows Nest from you.
Perfect for a romantic couple getaway.We will forever remember the
breath-taking view of the harbor from our porch.We really appreciated
all of the thoughtful and convenient touches the Crows Nest offered
us.The only problem was when we had to leave. Hope to come again.Bill and Pam
Judith A. Carrell
Paul and Judy met in 1973 and have been going strong ever since. After moving to 'the islands' in 1986 to run a 76' wooden ketch they stayed active in the marine trades for twenty four years. In that time Paul, a woodworker and carpenter, and Judy, the interior decorator and landscape architect, took ten years to build the Century House Villa and Crows Nest Guest house. This labor of love was designed by Michael Arneborg a prolific architect for the area. The Crows Nest was meant to be the 'rental we would want to discover for our own' Paul and Judy will bid you a warm welcome and will give you as much or as little advice as you need as you discover 'natures little secret' BVI Tourist Board.
Boungainvilleas, Palm trees, Frangipani, and stonework frame the water views from your verandah overlooking Sir Frances Drakes Channel.
Watching the sunrise over Sir Frances Drakes Channel while planning your day and futures while savouring morning coffee and tea in the hot tub.
Seeing a 43 meter megayacht dock at the marinas down below.
Having a 'sun downer' from the verandah while seeing the evening sky descend around you.
Catching a meteor shower while viewing the Milky Way.