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We travelled with another couple and stayed one night, one couple got a room with a bathroom (separated from the room by a curtain for 7000 J.D) and we got room 3 with access to a common shower for 6000 jamaican dollars after a hard...More
This charming Victorian hotel was built in !881. Queen Elizabeth stayed here twice. It is on Titchfield Hill and has a view of the bay. If you are a fussy tourist that wants a generic chain hotel that looks like anyplace in the world, you...More
We spent one night at this place 4 children and 4 adults and paid $17,000JMD for two rooms. Firstly the room and sheets were covered in dust which were changed on request. The bed was old and so were the pillows extremely uncomfortable. The worst...More
Actually traveled June 2006(no option) After staying at a couple B&B'sThought this would be something a little different for a night or two.Arrived early evening after a long day to find the lodge on a hill of a quiet side street. It looked interesting.We checked...More
+ staff is friendly and helpful
+ rooms are big and clean
- You can really hear EVERYTHING throw the walls (Local couple next door stayed up the hole night, so I couldn't sleep at all: 8 hours of talking, tv was screaming and they...More
I wonder if the grandmother mentioned as an earlier owner was Mrs. J.A.A. Mullings, once the chef for Errol Flynn. Her husband was a real character back in the early 1980s. Is his trailer still behind the hotel?
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"Room 3 has a beautiful view, and a sink in the room, the shared bathroom was ok."