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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Estate Tabor & Harmony reviews

  • Family Holiday beyond compare

    "11 family members arrived on the beautiful VI island over the Christmas Holiday. We are all well prepared thanks to the help of Chloe who handed the arrangements and provided great guidance with everything from car rental information to restaurants, churches for Sunday mass, Chloe was so helpful during our stay. The drive from the airport (I recommend a jeep but a car would also work) was about 45 minutes and as you try to find the street marked by four mail boxes (arrive in daylight) and you drive down the gravel lane up to the secluded gated property on the top of the island you will be amazed at every feature of this house and every view. The kitchen where we spent a lot of time as a family was completely open air with the bay of windows open the breeze was amazing. The view from the massive kitchen looked over the pool and straight down to St. John Island with seven islands acting as a ally way for all the boats and yachts passing by this vacation home atop the island. next to the kitchen was a open court yard and then the dining room. We used every inch of this villa. the walk way from the pool takes you to a meditation/party area looking straight down to St. johns. More than a few hours were spent high a perch sipping on coffee in the morning and wine in the evening. The whole house and outside area was wireless for internet if you care about such a thing. The one problem we had is we never wanted to leave the villa to explore the island! Everyone had a beautiful bedroom with a view all with their own showers and bath. We did force ourselves out to explore and if we were not cooking in this kitchen we hit some great local restaurants, just ask Chloe. We also made it to a few great beaches a full day at Magens Bay, pack a cooler with anything you might want to drink. There is also a great bar and shops at the main area. If you are up for a hike you must see Sandy Bay an amazing beach on the far west side of the island. Grad some milk shakes on the way back and back to paradise the what a villa!!!!! What a vacation!!!!"
    Guest: Happy Holidays!!!! Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: January 28, 2017
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  • Kind hosts, beautiful views

    "We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. It was clean and comfortable with unobstructed views of the ocean and islands and the lulling sounds of ocean surf. The peaceful, relaxed atmosphere was just what we were hoping for, with short distances to Coki Beach or Magens Bay. I would highly recommend it."
    Guest: Justin W. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 25, 2017
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  • Great location, secluded yet not very far from beaches, restaurants and bars

    "It was a studio with a large private deck. The view of the ocean and Thatch Caye from the deck was amazing. You can hear the waves crashing at night. We did not get to kayak because the water was a little rough during our stay. He did walk us down to the water which is down a steep small path and offered to help us launch the kayaks from the rocks if we wanted. Most of the stay was private, although a couple of times the child from upstairs wandered down to our deck. The kitchen had everything we needed to prepare breakfast and dinners from the groceries we purchased at a store on our way from the airport. We had a rental car and drive from the airport, about a 30 minute drive depending on traffic. I also liked the location because the northeast part of the island is a bit cooler than the rest of the island."
    Guest: Kristy S. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 21, 2017
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  • Amazing, off-the-beaten-path, quiet and romantic spot!

    "Initial Impression: Private, secluded, quiet and just wow. The photos on the site DO NOT do this place justice. The view is spectacular and the privacy is over the top. There's nobody around that is enjoying the view like this rental unit does. Just 20-30 feet below your deck the waves are crashing against the rocks (like, straight down). You can't imagine how secluded this place is until you get there. The space in the unit is fairly decent, but I advise you open the curtains to get the full effect and to feel a bit more spacious. The kitchen is well equipped and you can save a lot of money by cooking for yourselves. Thoughts as we settled in further: Wow, this is really private. Again, looking around at night or in the middle of the day - there is nobody to see. If you enjoy quiet time, this is the place for you. Read a book while hearing the surf, go snorkling without being disturbed... sunbath, take a mid-day nap... whatever! Oh, and the private beach? Yeah, it's a community style beach but nobody uses it! It's effectively a private beach just for you! Granted, it's not as "beach" feeling as Lindquist (our favorite) or Magens, but you don't have to drive to it and there's free parking. Getting critical: Okay, so there were a few things that we found odd, but it has nothing to do with the house so we're not going to let it change our 5 star rating. First, the walk down to the beach isn't for the easily deterred. Once you get to the bottom of the steps, you've got to follow the bungee cords to stay on path. It's a bit rustic, but you'll get there. Second, the craftmanship on the island (building maintenance and repairs) is lacking, as is evident everywhere you go where you see oddly handled repairs. Not sure if it's a budget thing, or if the locals just don't have the talent to do it properly. Thirdly, watch your belongings when touring the island. Take only what you need with you and keep an eye out. Other thoughts: Driving - Driving in Saint Thomas is trippy - but you get used to it. So many people said we needed a 4WD vehicle, but we went budget with a Nissan Versa and it was absolutely fine. We didn't feel limited at all. Granted, we didn't have much rain while we were there (and the road to the unit is dirt) so YMMV. Dining - Buy food and cook yourselves. We spent only $200 in food for a week and cooked all our meals (except the one time we went out and spent $95 for dinner and no dessert). Eat like royalty for cheap... Plaza Extra!"
    Guest: Fan of York Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 29, 2016
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