On one side, there’s Trunk Bay and its shimmering turquoise. On the other, there’s Cinnamon Bay and its sparkling sand.
And then beaches keep coming.
This is the epicenter of St John’s marvelous natural environment, and perhaps its most stunning villa of all.
It’s called the CliffHouse, a 12,000-square-foot, four-bedroom marvel in St John’s rarefied Peter Bay.
Set in lower Peter Bay, the recently-upgraded villa is 100 feet above sea level, with breathtaking views of the Sir Francis Drake Channel, the Virgin Islands National Park and those unrivaled St John beaches.
“What makes it unique is the location,” says Shanna Dickerson, Chief Experience Officer at Blue Sky Luxury Travels, which includes the villa in its Caribbean portfolio. “It’s right in lower Peter Bay which makes it walkable to Peter Bay Beach.”
Inside, it’s the essence of St John, with stone walls, a bright, spacious chef’s kitchen and an array Indonesian antiques and custom furniture.
The vila was also just re-plastered, with a re-tiled pool and a brand-new Jacuzzi on the deck.
And there’s even a large gym with a treadmill, elliptical, free weights, yoga mats, resistance bands and an all-in-one workout machine.
But you’ll be spending most of your time out on the deck, peering out at the green-hilled jewels of the Virgin Islands.
Whether you’re getting a private massage at the edge of the cliff, lazing in the lanai or taking a cocktail in the pool, it’s an otherworldly experience.
St John’s villa market (and its tourism sector in general) has been booming since the onset of the pandemic, with more and more travelers drawn to the island’s unmatched blend of private sanctuary and natural wonder.
It’s always been one of the most spectacular, iconic villas in St John, and now it’s better than ever.
And CliffHouse is right at the center of it all.
For more, visit the CliffHouse.
For more, see Blue Sky’s in-depth look at the villa below.