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Recent East End reviews

  • Better than it looks if that's possible!!!

    "We just spent 10 days at the Gin de Mer and couldn't have been happier with our vacation. The whole place is over the top. The outdoor living spaces exceed the photos in every way and the photos are really nice. Every morning as we were having coffee and our group of six started emerging for the day you would here someone yell "Turtle". We saw hundreds of them swimming in the bay below our place. Of course we snorkeled with them and rays on multiple adventures. At first we thought the drive all the way out to this magical place might prove to be a bit much but in fact we actually enjoyed our trips up and down the roads laughing at the donkeys, cows and goats along the way. Definitely a redo"
    Guest: Bill Date of Stay: October 2015 Review Submitted: October 13, 2015
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  • Peaceful Hansen Bay Retreat

    "We have rented Camercon Cove for many years now, and would never consider another place. While not ostentatious in design or furnishings, the house works well and is comfortable, and for peace and quiet, and water access, you cannot beat the location. Life happens on the deck breakfast thru dinner and on into sunset and starscape, or on the beach. Not as sandy as the north shore beaches, but a very short walk, and the 1/4 mile beach is shared by only 5 properties, one still only an empty lot. Right next to Sloop Jones on the map, and walkable close to other uncrowded East End beaches. A regular parade of sail and power boats and kayaks anchor below the house: you can pay about $75 an person to hire a boat in Coral Bay for a "secluded snorkel" trip and they will bring you here to Pelican Rocks, which you can easily swim to from our beach. You need a bit of sang froid to drive the hills of the National Park from Coral Bay-- centerline road from Cruz Bay is just a warm up--but Coral Bay has all you need, and now has several quite fine places to eat. If you snorkel over the turtle grass toward Long Point in late afternoon, you have a good chace of seeing a Spotted Eagle Ray cruising under you, the single most graceful moving creature in the sea ( and air for that matter)."
    Guest: PD & Lynne Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: February 14, 2016
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  • extremely easy to work with

    "We visit STJ annually, this year in April, can't wait and looking forward to Andara. The owner, Andy has been very accommodating with quick responses to questions and helping with additional days and guests. In short a pleasure to work with. He uses VIVA for contracts/etc and they have also been very responsive. Planning and villa selection is always part of the fun and these folks have added to the fun while making it easy."
    Guest: tom q. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 13, 2016
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  • A good fit for our family

    "We started looking a year in advance for a place to stay while we were in St. Thomas for our 'weddingmoon' vacation. We planned to bring family, so we needed a place that would accomodate up to 11 people. As luck would have it there ended up being only 5 of us so there was more than enough room in this spaceous house. My 10 year old really loved the little pool for taking a dip, even after all the beach swimming we did. I must admit the adults enjoyed relaxing in the pool too, with a drink in hand as we watched the sun set. We loved being so close to Magens Bay as it was one of our favorite beaches, although the island is small, so the drive to Coki (our favorite beach) wasn't too bad either. The view was fantastic and comments about the amazing view came to be a running joke with our group ("I don't know if you noticed, but this place has an amazing view"). We even got a few great photos of us in our wedding attire at the house with the banyan tree or the ocean in the background. Victoria was very non intrusive during our visit, but we knew we could pop in if we needed anything. The house was a bit more run down than the pictures showed, but we came to the island to see the beaches and other sights, not to sit at the house, so we didn't mind. The kitchen was well appointed, and we had no trouble whipping up meals with the items on hand. There were plenty of towels for beach trips and a cooler for us to use to bring to the beach as well as flippers and other beach 'goodies'. The only thing that we weren't prepared for was for there to be quite so many mosquitos. We brought one can of bug spray, but it wasn't nearly enough for the week. Thankfully there was some left behind by other previous guests, as we needed to spray frequently. For those who choose to stay at the three palms the only bit of advice I have to give (other than to bring plenty of bug spray) is to be sure to peek in the refrigerator before you do your grocery shopping. There may be condiments, sauces, jellies, etc. already and it can save you the trouble of buying something that you already have. We forgot to look, and ended up buying jelly, even though there was a practically full jar there already! Overall we thoroughly enjoyed our trip and would encourage those with larger groups to give three palms a try."
    Guest: Kissy_Liz Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 3, 2016
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