3 Bedrooms Ensuite| 3.5 Baths | Pool
Bourdeaux Mountain, St. John, Caribbean
From $3,000 per Week
High atop Bordeaux Mountain and inside the National Park boundaries sits this tranquil, three bedroom hideaway on the quieter side of the island with one of the most magnificent panoramic views of the BVI’s. You’ll love the privacy here in this charming island home surrounded by native stone walls and lush scented gardens complete with its own fruit trees.
Centrally located, it is just minutes away from the North Shore beaches, in town shopping and hiking opportunities. The owner’s personal artistic touches abound throughout in this bright and colorful home that is cooled by trade winds all year long.
ABOUT ST. JOHN:
St. John is one of three islands that make up the US Virgin Islands. Most are uninhabited, in the Lesser Antilles chain of the West Indies, east of Puerto Rico and lying between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. St. John USVI has the reputation of being the most beautiful, friendly and tranquil island in the Caribbean. St. John is less than 20 square miles in area. St. John’s population is about 5,000. About half of the island is part of the St. John Virgin Islands National Park. At its widest points, St. John is approximately 13.5 miles long and about 6 miles wide. The highest elevation is 1,277 feet at Bordeaux Mountain.
The official language is English, although in addition to Standard English you will encounter various West Indian Dialects spoken by Virgin Islands natives and residents from other English speaking Caribbean countries. In general these dialects are easy to understand, but if you have trouble, politely ask the person to repeat what they said. Other languages spoken on the island are Spanish, spoken by natives of Puerto Rico and Santo Domingo, patois, spoken as a second language by residents of St. Lucia and Dominica, and creole, spoken by residents of Haiti.
Weather on St. John ranges from perfect to excellent, with near-ideal temperatures and gentle tradewind breezes. Rainfall averages around 43 inches per year. Winter temperatures range from about 77 to 84 degrees and summer temperatures range from about 82 to 90 degrees. Cooling tradewinds blow east to northeast in the winter switching south to southeasterly in the summer.
There are four plus “grocery stores” in or near Cruz Bay and one small store in Coral Bay. Grocery prices are approximately 25% higher than in the Washington DC area.
There are no sales taxes in the US Virgin islands. Each Visitor to the Virgin Islands enjoys a $1600 Duty Free Allowance upon returning to the United States. In addition you may bring back five bottles of liquor duty free or six if one is locally produced like Cruzan Rum. The Duty Tree cigarette allowance is 10 cartons of cigarettes or 100 cigars. For more information contact the Bureau of Customs at (340) 774-2540.
One week minimum stay required
Children are welcomed
Pets may be considered with pet deposit
Smoking is prohibited
Rates include mid-week cleaning
Additional cleaning available at $25 per hr/ 3 hr minimum
Rates subject to 10% taxes
Rental Deposit of 50% due at booking
Non-Refundable Damage Waiver Fee of $50 USD due at booking
Travelers Insurance Recommended
|Rates From||$3,000 to $4,400|
**All starting rates are low season rates. Rates are now quoted based on occupancy and use. Please call or inquire for individual group rates.**
Neighborhood: Bourdeaux Mountain
Max Guests: 5
Beds: 1 King, 2 Twins, 1 Full
Solar Pool: 11 x 16
Linen Service: Once Weekly
No smoking allowed