My hubby & just spent 5 nights at Treetops in the Captain's Quarters. It was delightful. The room was everything we needed. The bed was comfortable. The outdoor shower had great water pressure & plenty of hot water. The natural setting was beautiful, secluded, & private. Breakfast each morning was great--warm delicious muffins or breakfast bread, yogurt, boiled egg, fresh fruit, & French pressed coffee. While you enjoy your coffee, you watch beautiful tropical birds feed on honey water. The ones we saw had yellow chests. Hank was a superb host with great tips. The last day he even vacuum the sand out of our jeep so we would not get charged additional cleaning fees. We will stay there again & highly recommend it!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Note: We are a 3-guest room B & B, and each of the rooms rent separately! Please call or email for accurate availability for each of the 3 rooms, as the attached calendar does not reflect reservations for all 3 rooms. Whether you enjoy hiking any of the many ruin-studded trails on St. John, or raising a glass at one of the many world famous beach bars, make Treetops your choice for convenient and economical accommodations. Nestled into abundant vegetation in tranquil Fish Bay, "Treetops" offers guests an affordable alternative to large resorts and pricey villas. This 3-guest room B&B has comfortable accommodations in queen-size beds. "The Captain's Quarters" is an air-conditioned 2-room suite with queen bed plus single day bed, kitchenette, lavatory and private, enclosed outside shower. "The First Mate's Headquarters" also has a queen-size bed, fridge, full (indoor) bath, and private deck. "The Bunkhouse" has a/c, fridge, lavatory and shower. *EACH OF THE ROOMS RENTS SEPARATELY. *Because of the steepness of the yard and height of the decks, Treetops is not recommended for small children. * The entire house can be rented out (all 3 guest rooms and owners' quarters) during Christmas week ONLY. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Treetops St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands