Cinnamon Bay Estate
3 Bedrooms | 3.5 Bathrooms | Pool | Hot Tub | WIFI
Cinnamon Bay Estate is unique tropical treasure on St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands with no detail overlooked, you won’t want to miss this rare opportunity for discriminating guests. Located in the most exclusive and sought-after neighborhood of Catherineberg, luxurious Cinnamon Bay Estate is nestled at the end of a private road and surrounded by lush, green national park land on three sides, while the glistening expanse of the Caribbean is stretched out below. Amazing views of Cinnamon Bay.
Villa South Palm
4 Bedrooms | 4.5 Bathrooms | Pool | WIFI
Villa South Palm, a four-bedroom, 4.5 bath luxury pool villa located in the exclusive Virgin Grand Estates, overlooking picturesque Great Cruz Bay on the popular south shore of St. John. Offering four equal-sized master bedrooms with king beds guarantee that each couple has a terrific room – all with sea views. Two have private balconies, and two share a private patio. Satellite televisions, ceiling fans & A/C, bedside reading lamps and built-in storage complete the picture.
Villa South Palm allows Weddings.
Come to St John and enjoy a Caribbean Vacation
Aerial shot of North Shore Road beaches in St. John, US Virgin Islands
It’s hard to work sometimes when the view is as beautiful as the view usually is here on St. John, but we’ve been busy! Our parent website, St. John Links–home of St. John House Rentals–now has a whole new look.
Check out our beautiful new design…and while you’re at it, learn all you need to know to plan your next visit to St. John. We’ve got information not just on where to stay, but also where to eat, where to shop, where to snorkel, where to charter a sailboat or powerboat for the day…even where to get married!
Visit stjohnlinks.com and start planning your dream vacation in paradise today…
Good morning! Thought you’d like to share our St. John sunrise!
Sunrise at Caribbean Palm Villa, a new listing on St. John House Rentals.
Our love affair with our island burns bright all year long, but Valentine’s Day weekend is extra special.
As always, St. John’s Barefoot Minister, Anne Marie Porter invites couples to renew their marriage vows. The annual, and free, ceremony takes place on February 14th Continue reading
Re-Marry Your Mate on Trunk Bay St. John Virgin Islands on Valentines Day for free.
Thank you Anne Marie Porter for creating this wonderful occasion.
The 19th Annual St. John 8 Tuff Miles Road Race is scheduled to start at 7:15am on Saturday February 28, 2015. For onlinke registration and more information visit http://www.8tuffmiles.com/
Get married on St. John at Eco Serendib
Photo: Steve Simonsen
If you’re ready to say “I do” and you’ve decided on a destination wedding in St. John, all that’s left to do is pick the place. Not all private villas allow weddings, but St. John House Rentals has six gorgeous options, beginning with the gazebo at Eco Serendib. The villa can accommodate 50 guests and even features a grand staircase. Continue reading
Planning a wedding? Love is always in the air in Love City, and never so much as when St. John’s “Barefoot Minister” Anne Marie Porter is in sight.
Anne Marie Porter presides over her 10th annual vow renewal ceremony on Trunk Bay.
Trunk Bay was overflowing with couples this past Valentine’s Day when Anne Marie performed her annual (and free) mass vow renewal ceremony. Nearly 75 couples gathered on the beach at sunset to say Continue reading
Renew your vows on Trunk Bay beach this Valentine’s Day.
They don’t call St. John “Love City” for nothing. Need a place to get married? Or honeymoon? Or fall in love? We’ve got you covered. And if you are lucky enough to have already done all three, we’ve also got the perfect place — and time — to tell your spouse you would marry them all over again.
St. John’s “barefoot minister,” Anne Marie Porter, is inviting couples to renew their vows Continue reading
St. John’s very own castle. Yes, it’s for rent.
There are so many beautiful homes on St. John, it’s easy to live like a king (or queen) while vacationing here. But even regulars familiar with the island might be surprised to see this particular palace. Continue reading