Wharfside Village, Cruz Bay - 1 bedroom villa
Crow's Nest is a one-of-a-kind vacation apartment located right in Cruz Bay, so you can walk to all shops, bars and restaurants in town. This tucked-away elegant accommodation is located atop Wharfside Village with floor-to-ceiling paned windows in its scenic gallery, affording a fabulous bird's-eye view of Cruz Bay harbor, the ferry dock (just a minute's walk down the beach), and yachts riding at anchor.
The tiled gallery is furnished with a queen bed which shares space with a sitting and dining area looking out to the harbor. Wooden plantation shutters separate the gallery from the studio area within for privacy; the inner room offers a kitchen area and a mahogany four-poster king bed. A spacious faux-marble bathroom with a generous two-person shower adjoins.
Beautifully furnished and fully air-conditioned throughout, this very convienient but secluded aerie features one of the best views of Cruz Bay to be had!
Weekly Rates (excl. 8% tax): # of persons: 1-2 3-4 April 10 - December 17: $ 1,620 $ 1,890 Thanksgiving Week: $ 1,890 $ 1,890 January 9 - April 9: $ 1,890 $ 2,160 Christmas/New Year's: $ 2,600 $ 2,600
Area of Island: Wharfside Village, right in Cruz Bay
Maximum number of guests: 4
Bedrooms: 1 [1 king 4-poster bed in bedroom, + 1 queen in gallery]
Nearest Beach: National Park beaches - the local safari 'dollar bus' stand to beaches is a very short walk away
Kids welcome: Yes
Entertainment and Amenities: Cable TV, DVD player (please bring your own movies to watch), games, central A/C, answering machine, automatic generator, cooler, laundry. Wi-Fi for your laptop is also available at Wharfside Village for your laptop at an additional charge of $9.99 for 3 consecutive hours, $24.99 for 24 hours, and $139.99 for one week's service.
Maid service included: Once per week (Tuesday or Wednesday)
Square Footage: Approx. 900 sq. ft.
Smoking: Outside only.
Miscellaneous: Please note that no parking is provided for Crow's Nest guests at Wharfside Villas for any rental vehicles.
Photography by Don Hebert