Judy & family stayed at this pretty Jamaican house for Christmas and loved its huge verandah, fabulous views and crystal clear sea bathing. Great staff, delicious food and loads of TLC from the wonderful team of Devon, Latoya and Paulette made going out a real chore!
Price Guide 2020:
Summer Period (16th April-14th December 2019) $3,521
Christmas Period (15th December 2019 - 4th January 2020) $5,621
Winter Period (5th January - 15th April 2020) $4,025
Rates are GART Inclusive and quoted per week
• 3 twin/double bedrooms, en suite bathrooms
• 24 hour manned security
• Use of estate tennis court
• Cable TV, DVD, Video, hi-fi
• Access to DVD Library
• Montego Bay – 1.5 hrs
• Kingston – 2.5 hrs
• Transfer from airport included
This 980-acre old plantation estate in the resort town of Ocho Rios has 5 luxurious sea front villas and an historic Great House. Eight Rivers, Frangipani, Somewhere and Wag Water each have their own 1.5 acre garden, private pool, sun deck and steps into the sea while Frankfort has its own exclusive pristine white sand beach. Prospect Great House is 1 mile inland, perched on a hill 300 ft above the sea with a commanding view of the estate and the Caribbean. The friendly on-site managers greet all the guests and are happy to cater to individual needs. Guests can also enjoy the free use of the tennis court, jitney and horse back tours and preferential green fees at the golf and country club.
Named after a famous Jamaican river that slowly meanders through the parish of St Mary, this spacious 3-bedroom villa sits on a beautiful promontory and enjoys a panoramic view of the coastline between Ocho Rios and Oracabessa. The staff at Wag Water are extraordinary in their attention to detail and tireless service to the clients.
The combination of spacious living room with satellite TV, video, DVD and hi-fi along with an extensive covered verandah with loads of space for lounging and dining, provide the best of indoor and outdoor living. The tropical garden has a pool, sun deck and winding stairs leading down to the clear blue waters of the Caribbean.