Spoil yourself at this quiet Caribbean Villa on beautiful St. John. The Villa is a short walk from Frank Bay beach and Cruz Bay shopping and restaurants. National park beaches are a short hike away on maintained trails. The Villa is full of amenities including a full kitchen, two dining areas and washer and dryer. The interior is traditional Caribbean with natural wood and cathedral cielings decorated with authentic Caribbean and local art. The upper loft has 3 twin beds, a balcony and view of the ocean and St Thomas across Pillsbury Sound. The Master bedroom is air conditioned and overhead fans are located in every room. Two separate bathrooms, one on each floor can accomodate all the guests. The Villa floors are done in cool Caribbean tile. Outside, the hummingbirds and bananquit birds flutter among the flowers in the beautifully landscaped plantings. The large lap pool is perfectly situated on the upper patio and has a breathtaking ocean view. Relax on the pool deck with a drink and then have your dinner by candlelight under the stars. Please check our website, villacielomar for more info.
Keywords: caribbean bungalow, caribbean condo, caribbean villa
I am the Director of a Research lab in Cambridge who loves St John! I've been coming to the Island since I was 10. Please check out my blog, stjohnhaiku for more info on me and my daughter Maxine.
The Owner purchased this villa in 2001
St. John has the gorgeous National park with the most famous beaches in the world, including Trunk Bay. Also, the Island is steeped in natural history and culture.
The Villa is in a quiet and friendly neighborhood full of traditional Caribbean Villas and homes. The street is secluded and lined with mahogany trees and palms as well as colorful bouganvilleas and other flowers. A very short walk brings you to the small village of Cruz Bay, full of small shops and all types of restaurants.
We (four of us—two couples) spent a week at Villa Cielomar in late May 2011 and had a wonderful time. The villa has a real airy openness and a relaxing, inviting ambiance. The kitchen is well-outfitted, including a coffee maker for mornings and a blender for frozen tropical cocktails in the evening—and just about everything in between. We even used the convenient gas grill to cook dinner after a chartered fishing expedition. There was plenty of room for all four of us—the loft is airy and breezy and has a private bath and its own balcony, and the master bedroom is air-conditioned. The swimming pool, though it’s shared with a few other villas in the compound, was a real highlight—we spent time frolicking and cooling off there morning, afternoon, and night. The villa’s location provides an ideal mix of privacy and convenience: the street is a quiet residential lane, but restaurants, shops, and other conveniences (including the ferry) are a short walk away.