We just left St John after 9 nights in Bay Rum Breeze. The home was excellent for the 6 people that we had there. The space was very functional and the materials that were chosen for the house were high end. There were little touches that shows the owners love and take care of the home; things like high quality towels, an espresso maker, salad spinner and other small items made our trip excellent. The home is relatively new but has been kept up well.The property management team was excellent and when we had a water pressure issue they were at the villa in less than an hour on a Saturday night and they stayed until it was fixed. The outdoor showers and private balcony for each room were really well done. It is hard for pictures to depict the space the way it feels. The villa faces East and had a good breeze for those hot days. Our weather was not as good as expected and the breeze made some of the time a little chilly at night. Overall a fantastic home and we would recommend it highly.
Our family has traveled to the Virgin Islands multiple times, staying in both the USVI and the BVI. Bay Rum Breeze was by far our favorite vacation. The house is spectacularly located with the most amazing view and full benefit of the tradewinds from its mountaintop location. The house itself is also beautiful and well-appointed. The layout is perfect for a family or for a group of friends. Highly recommend this villa! We can't wait to go back!!!!
We made our 1st trip to St. John and have NO REGRETS. Bay Rum Breeze is located from drivable roads and nestled for privacy and EXCELLENT views. The breeze was welcomed but too chilly (November) for me to enjoy the pool so I spent each evening in the hot tub. Each day was reserved for snorkeling at beaches and enjoying a few hikes. The star gazing deck was a treat. The lay out of the home was perfect for our family of 6. We used the gourmet kitchen every morning and the outdoor grill each evening. We recommend The Tourist Trap, Skinny Legs and The Fish Trap for casual dining. Everyone is friendly and yes the goats rule the roads!