Clairmont Mill – St Croix Villas

Clairmont Mill is an extraordinary and magnificent luxury Caribbean villa that is set atop a breezy hillside and lush, expansive grounds and provides its guests with stunning views of the seaside. This beautiful villa was recently restored and built around the original stone windmill from what was once a sugar cane plantation and has been featured in Architectural Digest for its unique history. The grounds host an outdoor covered al fresco dining pavilion that borders the great room and leads down to the lower level where guests will find the beautiful blue-tiled swimming pool and furnished sundeck. From here, guests can take advantage of the spectacular, unobstructed views of St. Croix’s beautiful North Shore and the crystal blue ocean.

Features and Amenities

Clairmont Villa is easily one of the most desirable places in Clairmont to rent St. Croix villas and is arguably one of the jewels of Clairmont. Guests are welcomed by the grand entry hall that is furnished with original artwork and antiques which leads to the great room that encompasses part of the stone mill, where they will find a staircase leading up to the gourmet kitchen. A beautifully handcrafted teak spiral staircase leads guests further up the mill where they will find two bedroom suites with private bathrooms. The master suite is located across the entry hall from the great room and includes a private bath. The fourth bedroom suite is just below the kitchen and has a private entry. The fifth bedroom is just off the pool and hosts a private sleeping cabana with a bathroom that can be set up as either a queen or two twins.

Clairmont Villa is dedicated to ensuring that its guests experience one of the most spectacular and relaxing vacations to the Caribbean that they could ever dream of. This amazing luxury Caribbean villa is furnished with an array of amenities to satisfy guests of any age. There is a house manager who lives in the guest house under the Great House with a gentle dog who is available to assist guests with any questions or concerns they may have. Maid services are provided once a week for guests’ convenience; however there is a washer and dryer on the property that guests have full access to. An authentic West Indian cook is available to prepare meals for guests with prior arrangements and an additional fee.


St. Croix’s history spans the rule of seven nations, each influencing the customs, character, language and architecture of the of the island. Even today, with modern conveniences, St. Croix retains the old world charm that has vanished on many other islands. The pace is slower, and everyone takes time to stop and smell the frangipani!

The island is 1700 miles south of New York, 1100 miles south east of Miami, near the eastern tip of the Caribbean island chain. On the same latitude as Acapulco and Hawaii, just below the Tropic of Cancer, it is eternal summer caressed by cooling tradewinds. The average temperature is in the mid-80s, and there’s just enough rain to keep the ixora, hibiscus and bougainvillea in bloom. The island is 22.7 miles long, and at its widest only 8 miles, but in this stretch there are great varying landscapes. The eastern end is dry, with giant cactus and yucca clusters. The middle is flat fertile land, once the site of massive sugar cane plantations. The western end rises to a height of 1,096 feet on Blue Mountain, culminating in a rain forest of giant mahogany, saman and tibet trees.
The beaches are unique, some quiet coves, some, like Cane Bay, a world renown dive site. Snorkeling is easy, for abundant sea life and coral reefs are close to shore. The high salt content of the Caribbean Sea makes you more bouyant so snorkeling here is easy.