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Coral Bay St. John Special Low season rates

Published on September 12, 2016 by calabashcottages

Well, it's officially the low part of low season but St. John is still lovely, and quieter than usual. And friendlier than usual! We are offering a $300 discount off of our low season rates on any available week until the end of October. We have also created a honeymoon package for couples who are visiting during July, August, and September. Come and enjoy the view below at a serious discount. Sunday to Sunday rentals. Hope to see you! To check for available dates, click on any of "Our Homes" on our home page and scroll to the bottom to see the calendar. low season st. john

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I first drifted to St John in 1982 with no plan whatsoever, not knowing a soul and knew right away I was home. I married my husband there in 1990. Paul is a retired builder and was responsible for the construction of all of Calabash Cottages homes. All these years later I still love my island and the great community we have here,
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