Dorothea, north side - 1 bedroom villa
This one bedroom, fully air-conditioned charming small home is the perfect romantic hideaway! Set within a gated estate on St. Thomas's cool north side, Stone Cottage offers a secure retreat with easy access, removed from the beaten tourist track. Well equipped and nicely furnished (and with satellite TV in both the living room and in the bedroom), and with everything but the laundry room all on one level for easy access, it features a jewel of a secluded cocktail pool just outside the king bedroom, surrounded by a lush garden and palms.
Although situated for complete privacy, charming Stone Cottage may also be rented with Rockworks next door to accommodate up to 7 persons. The essence of romance is here - delightful for honeymooners and for those truly in love!
Weekly Rates (excl. 8% tax):
# of persons: 1-2
April 10 - December 19: $ 1,800
January 8 - April 29: $ 2,100
Christmas/New Year's: $ 2,800
Maximum number of guests: 2
Bedrooms: 1 (1 king)
Pool: 9x13x5' deep
Nearest Beach: Hull Bay Beach below (just over 1 mile's drive down the hill)
Kids welcome: yes
Entertainment and Amenities:2 Satellite TVs (a 37-inch flat-screen TV in living room + 27-inch TV in bedroom), DVD player, CD/tape player, iPod dock, outdoor speakers, radio, games, books, movie collection, full A/C, Wi-Fi on the pool deck only, answering machine, hair dryer, safe for valuables, binoculars, gas grill, beach chairs + mini-cooler, trash collection twice per week, electronic gate into estate, emergency 12-volt lighting system, laundry. Complimentary snack basket upon arrival.
Approx. Square Footage: Interior 600 + Exterior 800 = Total 1400
Maid service included: no
Miscellaneous: Visitors to Stone Cottage and sister villa Rockworks may arrange (with advance notice) to have their villa prestocked with food and beverages. This special service is provided for a modest fee, plus the cost of groceries. Note that bedroom Satellite TV does not have its own receiver; TV programming for this bedroom is controlled from the one satellite receiver in the living area. Photography by Don Hebert