Tradewinds is a quiet, peaceful, private two bedroom cottage perched above John's Folly Bay in the scenic, tranquil southeastern corner of St. John. In contrast to many cottages in St. John, we are easily accessible from a paved(yes paved!) road. No scary gravelly mountain inclines to traverse to get to Tradewinds! Available as either a one or two bedroom charming, large cottage, Tradewinds can accommodate 2-4 guests. If it's just two of you, the downstairs bedroom is locked and unoccupied for the week. If you'd like more room, the downstairs bedroom and bath can be made available to accommodate a total of 4 guests for an additional $500.00 per week.
A 45 minute drive from Cruz Bay(ferry arrival point), we are five minutes past Coral Bay, a one minute drive to Salt Pond Beach and Ram's Head. Tradewinds features beautiful sunrises from the large deck and the gentle melody of waves on the beach below.
This charming wooden cottage features light, airy rooms with stunning ocean views throughout. The deck commands a panoramic view of the British Virgin Islands and a southeastern exposure offers breathtaking sunrises-if you're up that early! Steady trade winds keep the house cool on hot days and ensure bug-free evenings.
Renting as a 1BR grants access to the upper level featuring a kitchen/living room/eating area, bedroom and bathroom. Or for more space, rent Tradewinds as a 2BR cottage granting you access to both the upper and lower levels-one bedroom and bathroom on each level. The lower level, accessed by an enclosed outside stairway, features a beautiful bedroom with a private balcony and a bathroom with ocean views. This configuration is designed for maximum privacy between two bedrooms-each with its own private bath. **This set-up is NOT good for small children, as bedrooms are separated and access between levels is via a covered outside stairway.** The choice is yours, one bedroom or two!
There are only a few other houses on our hillside, ensuring complete privacy in our cottage, with a few houses nearby in case one wanted to wave hello to our neighbors.