A tranquil Bed and Breakfast, The Rattan Inn & Tea Garden is nestled on the warm, green, rolling hills of St.Croix. This site contains the ruins of a wind mill base. The chimney of the sugar refinery and other ruins that are left for you to discover and explore. Estate Rattan was a working sugar cane plantation/sugar refinery/rum distillery from about 1750-1850. Amongst the abundant history you are sure to find peace and relaxation that can only be found on an island hideaway like The Rattan Inn & Tea Garden. Whether seeking to rent for several months or several nights, Rattan Inn boasts 5 secluded and separate residences to accommodate the most discriminating of guests.
With Only Five Guestrooms, Carringtons Inn Offers Visitors A Cherished Getaway In The Caribbean With A Unique Bed-and-breakfast Island Experience. This Inn Is Just One Mile From The Beach And Historic Harbor City Of Christiansted.
Villa Margarita, A Seaside Guest House
An intimate Caribbean beachfront retreat you have always dreamed about. We are located next to historic Columbus Landing at Salt River National Park.
Sugar Hill BY The Sea
Sugar Hill by the Sea is a Caribbean vacation rental with garden and sea views, overlooking the west end of St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. You find everything here from sailing, horse back riding, kayaking, gaming at the casino, taking in a play at one of the local theatres, watching a performance of Sunset Jazz on the beach in town or just lying on the beach and soaking up some sun.
Est Smithfield, Frederiksted
Arawak Bay: The Inn at Salt River
Stunning beauty, peace and relaxation describe the atmosphere and character of Arawak Bay: the Inn at Salt River, this charming B&B on St. Croix’s north shore. Breathtaking views of Salt River Bay and the Caribbean Sea from each room, glimpses of St. Thomas and Tortola, island breakfasts with house specialties and relaxation
62 Salt River, One minute from Salt River Marina
340-772-1684 or 340-643-7579
Yellow Bird Rental Home
Luxury home rental conveniently located minutes from Historic Downtown Frederiksted and the beach. This Island Hideaway offers the luxuries and amenities of a hotel with the space and beauty of a Cultural Cruzan Home.
you know... St. Croix is ringed by beaches of all shapes and
sizes, some are long white sand stretches, others are small patches
shaded by low sea grape trees and towering coconut palms. Some have
smooth sandy bottoms ideal for swimming, and others have rock and
coral-lined entries perfect for snorkeling!
Did you know... St. Croix is the only Caribbean Island where
a diver can:
●Dive a wall that drops over 13,000 feet
●Dive a reef that is the largest living reef of any Caribbean Island
●Dive five wrecks that are within 100 yards of each other
●Dive a pier
YOU KNOW THAT... Many couples are opting to save the
money (not to mention the stress and hard work) of a big
wedding at home by escaping to a Caribbean island for a
combination wedding/honeymoon. Upon their return, they can
share the event by showing the video and photographs at an
All the islands are beautiful and, on some, weddings have
become a major promotional tool. So why should you choose
St. Croix above others?
YOU KNOW... In addition to it's long and rich multicultural
history, friendly people, open spaces, the blue sea and near perfect
year-round weather, there are a number of reasons to consider
relocating to St Croix. Most importantly, the U.S. Virgin Islands,
which includes St Croix, operate under U.S. law which is important
in both business and personal matters.
This means mainland US
companies do business here including retail stores such as K-Mart,
Radio Shack, Office Max, McDonald's and Wendy's. Also U.S. financial services including a
variety of U.S. mortgage, insurance and banking companies offer
local service. U.S. cellular phone companies including AT&T and Sprint, both operate here.
The Ann E. Abramson Pier is named in honor of the Virgin Islands
Public Works Commissioner who was responsible for much of the
rejuvenation of the Frederiksted area. This is the pier where most
of the large cruise ships dock, as well as military ships,
submarines, and other naval vessels. From time to time, tall-ships
especially from Denmark, can be seen here.
The dock itself has been a favorite diving place especially for
viewing bright coral, sponges, and a multitude of fish life. A night
dive should reveal the sea-horses unique to this pier. Visitors
arriving at the pier often walk through the small town of
Frederiksted and walk to the nearby beaches and beach club