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The Blue House Boutique Bed & Breakfast
Ranked #1 of 20 Ocho Rios B&B and Inns
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 19 August 2012

In planning our recent trip to Jamaica, I relied heavily on the travel forums, to locate and select our accommodations, transportation and the attractions to visit. After extensive research, I discovered the Blue House, and based on its near-perfect reviews, and much consideration about the type of accommodations we desired, my travel companion and I decided that this would be the ideal place for us to stay! We were definitely swayed by the glowing praises of the food served, as well as the cozy atmosphere it afforded, given its small size. Believe me, I am a thorough soul, and I literally read through every single review on TA, each one more impressive than the other. I also ‘googled’ for everything else that I could find out about this place, before I presented the details to my friend, and we made our ultimate decision to book there.

Did it live up to its incredible reputation?

In most ways; yes!

The food is everything that it’s been described as, and we savoured every delectable morsel that we consumed. This experience was truly an epicurean delight! They were very accommodating with our dietary preferences and requirements. Before our arrival, they emailed each of us a questionnaire to determine our culinary tastes and desires, and even restrictions, which they then fulfilled flawlessly. My friend was thrilled to be introduced to new foods and flavours, and I took great pleasure in having my Jamaican palate satiated with my native cuisine, which was expertly-rendered. For this, they get top billing.

They also score the highest grade for the service provided by their amazing staff! Coraline (sp), Yvonne, Orlando, Marlon and Shawna were all very friendly, courteous, and attentive to our every whim, and made us both feel most welcome – hospitality at its best! They deserve the highest accolades for their superb job performance.

Kerry-Ann was there to see that things ran seamlessly, and facilitated us with reservations at the local attractions we visited. She even took my friend’s sixty postcards to mail for her, when time ran out for us to do it ourselves!

The innkeeper, Elise, is the epitome of charm, and being a brilliant conversationalist, is highly-adept at playing the role of hostess. We were the only guests for the first four days of our stay, and although she was busy with other activities throughout the day, she made an appearance at the dinner table on most of those evenings, keeping us entertained with the current state of affairs on the island, as well as sharing some of her family’s history and delving into ours. On the other four evenings, when there were other guests present, she made it a point to see that everyone at the table was included in the mix, involving us in very interesting and stimulating discussions, all pertinent to her guests at hand.

Darryl, her brother, the marvellous and highly-acclaimed chef at the Blue House, was also very gracious. He checked on us regularly throughout our stay to ensure that we were satisfied with the fare he prepared. He also helped me to get the WiFi going again when it stopped working on my laptop, unexpectedly, mid-way through our stay. He and Dave both gave us complimentary rides into Ochie, and then picked us up when we were ready to return. On the way back, they stopped at Juici Patties so that we could pick up something to have for lunch, although we tended to eat light during the day, in anticipation of the delicious feast that we knew would be served up in the evening, and we were never disappointed. Everything was always undeniably scrumptious!

The accommodations are suitably comfortable. The décor is well-appointed and all our expectations were fully met. The setting is extraordinary and the grounds are impeccably-maintained, providing a lush ambience in which to relax. My friend was especially fascinated by the promised ‘Doctor Birds’ flitting by us, when on the upper balcony. There were a couple extremely minor issues with the amenities, which were so inconsequential, they are not worth mentioning, since they did not factor into my rating, and doing so would result in my nit-picking.

By now, you are probably scratching your head and wondering...How could such perfection, as described above, earn a rating so low?

Before I explain, let me state that, initially, I decided that because I didn't want to cause any harm to the success of their business, especially since they are a small family-based operation, I would simply refrain from writing any review about them. Due to their exceptional hospitality, I felt like it would be a betrayal, on my part, to disclose anything, except for the same fervent, upbeat comments, as everyone else has done to date. At the same time, I would have been disingenuous, had I followed suit, by omitting the two aspects of my stay, which I found to be less than ideal!

When I recounted my experiences to my relatives and friends, upon my return home, they advised me to share those experiences. They think, and I now agree, after much consideration, that I should relate our experience as a whole, so that future visitors won't face the 'surprises' which we encountered. Caveat emptor!

My decision to proceed with this review was made solely to provide fellow travelers with a detailed, honest account of our stay there, so that they can make their own informed choice. You see, my friend and I had placed great trust in all the reviews, written by others, to select this place as our choice for accommodations, as we utilised reviews for every aspect of our trip-planning, so I do feel that there is a responsibility for me now, to recount our experiences – the positive, as well as the negative! I’ve also had to remind myself that despite its homey, inviting atmosphere; and the welcoming congeniality of our hosts; this was a paid accommodation, and should therefore meet the same standards of any such establishment. I find it ironic that, if this had occurred at one of the big hotels, I would not have had any qualms or reservations in reporting the first issue, detailed below; and the latter factor would, in all likeliness, never have transpired in a larger, less intimate environment. If we had discovered any inkling of this main issue, through the reviews, I can guarantee that we never would have booked there. For the record, one of the first places that had attracted our interest, once it had been researched at length, was eliminated from our list, because going through the reviews had revealed the exact problem.

Now for the detractors:

During our stay, we had at least three unwelcomed guests, the reasons for which I am deducting three of the five stars allowed.

On the third day of our stay, we came in around mid-afternoon. The room was hot, we were hot, and so we turned on the A/C to cool things down. Immediately, something flew out of the unit. At first, I thought that, maybe, it was a June Bug, which would have been scary enough (if like me, you don’t like bugs); but once it landed on the TV, much to my chagrin, it was a big cockroach! I went and informed the staff, who didn’t seem at all phased by the news, nor did they proffer any real apologies, which, to me, is indicative that this was not the first such occurrence. They did send in Marlon, to try to get it, but it was quick and elusive, and managed to hide. Needless to say, for the balance of our stay, I slept with one eye open!

A couple evenings later, my friend was sitting in the nice, comfy armchair, writing her postcards – I was sitting on the bed, using my laptop – she asked me a question, I looked up to reply to her - and there it was – on the back of the chair in which she was sitting! Can you tell that I am terrified of roaches?! I immediately opened up the door to get help, and luckily, Orlando was right there. He came in, but he, too, was unable to capture it. Later that night, we discovered a package of roach bait in the back of a drawer, but had to wait until the next day to get the special heater on which to place it. The fact that the bait was already present, in the room, provided further evidence that they are aware if this as an existent issue.

On our last morning, when we got up to prepare for our early flight, I picked up an item to pack it, and something moved on it! It was another roach! This was one was smaller than the previous one(s).

DISCLAIMER: I do not want to give the impression that this place is over-run by vermin, because it is not. As far as I know, there were only two roaches involved, as I believe the first two sightings were of the same insect, but the last one was definitely different, being smaller. Also these were only spotted in the room where we stayed, so I can only speak for that location on the property.

However, in my humble opinion, even one cockroach, particularly in a paid accommodation of this calibre, is unacceptable. Having reported two separate instances, I also feel that they neglected to tackle this matter aggressively enough. This is the one area where I felt their exceptional service fell way short. Had they made more of an effort to eradicate the problem for us, I do believe that I would have been much more forgiving of them in my rating. Given the proximity of the Caribbean Dreams room (where we stayed) to the kitchen - which is directly adjacent to it - makes it especially disconcerting.

In addition to this, it was a bit of a surprise when, on our first evening there, despite the fact that we had made independent plans for touring the island, in a series of trips with our own private driver, Elise saw fit to include her mother, to accompany us, on one of those trips; and even attempted for a second later on!

Here’s what happened: Prior to our arrival, my friend had asked me about the existence of Jewish Synagogues on the island. She thought it would be fun if she were able to take a photo of one in Jamaica to take back for one of her friends, stateside. So at dinner, when Elise queried about our plans, I asked her whether she knew if there was one in Kingston. She told us about the synagogue on Duke Street, and mentioned that she would very much like to go along if we went to see it, because she had never been to it herself. So, effortlessly, without her really asking, she had managed to insert herself into one our plans. Being fairly easy-going folk, we didn’t think much of it, and we acquiesced. At the time, I, innocently, thought – no big deal, the more the merrier. The only hesitation I may have had then, was that our arrangement with our driver was for two passengers, and I didn’t know how he’d react to us adding a third person, but I figured that once we cleared it with him, and he agreed, that it would be okay. Upon further discussion, however, she found out that this trip would fall on Sunday, so she then withdrew, because she had to go to church.

I continued to outline our itinerary for a trip to the parish of St. Elizabeth, to visit Munro College, where I had spent a part of my childhood, while my mother was employed there. She then said that they had two relatives attending the school, and that her mother was always saying that she wanted to go to see the campus, at which point, she turned to the mother, who had just entered the dining room and said, “They’re going to Munro. You’ll have to go with them.” Again – as long as our driver agreed, which he did, the next day when I asked – it was “no problem, mon,” as we like to say in Jamaica.

However, that Thursday night at dinner, on the eve of the trip, she imposed certain stipulations about the ride, regarding her mother, which is when I began to regret ‘my disease to please.’ One was that we were to instruct the driver to turn off the A/C, should she start coughing, due to her health issues. Before agreeing to hire him, one of my biggest stipulations for him was that his van had to have A/C, especially for the long excursions we had arranged! Another was that she would have to sit in front, or she’d get carsick!

This had now become an issue, because our driver was bringing along his girlfriend/tour guide to help him navigate and describe points of interest on our journey. I emailed him that night and we agreed, beforehand, that when he picked up his companion in Montego Bay, she would get the front seat. After all, here it was, we were allowing her mother to come along with us, for free, on a trip that we arranged for independently, and then they start to dictate the conditions of our travel?!

It got worse! Her mother, who, within the confines of her home had displayed a pleasant, well-mannered comportment, became bossy and overbearing, and downright irritating, when on the road, where she was left unmonitored by family and staff. (We saw signs of this when she accompanied us on two brief trips into Ocho Rios; but in contrast, when we did a short tour, with their driver present, on which she also went along, she remained reserved and polite – much like she was in the home - quite a different story to when she was on her own, with just us.) Going to Munro was a very long trip, traversing six parishes, in each direction, and taking slightly more than twelve hours, and her company, and demands, made it seem even l-o-n-g-e-r.

As an example, when my friend tried to take pictures, she constantly, and insistently, ‘directed’ her on where to stand and how to position the camera for each shot! More than once during the outing, she contested factual information that was being shared by the driver, his companion, or me, with my American friend, to educate her about Jamaica. Even when there was a consensus about the validity of the information, she still sought to challenge us. It turns out she was good at back-seat driving, too!

Having had this experience, when it was suggested that she accompany us for yet another of our privately-arranged tours – the one to Kingston - I quickly demurred with a polite excuse.

In retrospect, (and I speak only for myself in regard to this particular issue,) I regret that I had not initially refused this undue imposition, and for that reason, I am now assuming the full responsibility of allowing it to happen at all, because it did have a negative impact on what was an, otherwise, splendid outing. My memories of this special day will be forever tainted by the discord created on the journey. Did I mention this happened on my birthday? Lesson learned!

However, I do feel that it was highly inappropriate for Elise to think that foisting her mother upon us, and the plans we had made by ourselves, was an acceptable thing to do. As I see it, had we been given the opportunity to voluntarily issue an invitation - as we probably would have done, after hearing of her desire to go to Munro - that would be an entirely different matter, but this was not the scenario.

By the way, her mother sat in the back with us, from Montego Bay onwards, ate quite a bit– various fruit purchased from road-side vendors, plus a hearty lunch and dessert from KFC - and lo and behold, she displayed no symptoms of carsickness – not even one little heave! Even when the front seat became available again in Montego Bay, on our return, and it was offered to her, she declined, and remained in the back, all the way to the Blue House.

Would I recommend this place to others considering a stay there?

Yes! Despite the issues discussed above, we still had an enjoyable time there.

As long as they can make assurances to you that their mild roach infestation has been remedied, I think it would be definitely worthy of a visit. It really is a great place to stay.

As to the other matter, regarding the matron of the home, I get the impression that this (her escort service) does not happen on a regular basis, if at all – so I don’t get why we were designated for this special ‘honour.’ My friend and I do have dissenting opinions regarding this. She says that we did a ‘mitzvah’ - a good deed. I am afraid I don’t feel as generous.

As the adage goes; ‘to be forewarned is to be forearmed;’ so, hopefully, by me sharing this experience with others, they will be able to avoid the same pitfalls should the situation ever arise - better yet, I’m hoping that the innkeeper will reassess the propriety of doing this in the future, thereby making it a moot issue.

Stayed: July 2012, travelled with friends
9  Thank Mi-Irie-Mon
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BBMOchie, Owner at The Blue House Boutique Bed & Breakfast, responded to this reviewResponded 5 January 2013

Heartfelt thanks to you for the many accolades you enthusiastically bestowed on our B&B in the first two pages of your review. We’re honoured and delighted that you: savoured every delectable morsel my brother created; rated each member of our team’s service and hospitality as simply the best and that you appreciated our comfortable, well appointed decor and the lush ambiance of our property. I’m even more delighted to recall your friend’s fascination with our hummingbirds.

Five months ago, after ploughing through the five subsequent pages of your complaints and tales of woe my heart felt so shattered and betrayed by your convoluted portrayal of my Mom and myself, I simply could not reply. I took the decision to simply let our longstanding reputation as genial, hospitable hosts speak for itself.

As expected, our business suffered setbacks due to your cockroach tale but I’m now happy to report that savvy travelers, are aware that cockroaches are an inherent part of nature in tropical countries. Most people love the lush, vegetation found in the tropics but they are unaware of the fact that a vast army of ‘creepy crawlies’ live and thrive amid the lushness of nature. The repugnant feeling you, and millions of others, harbour toward roaches, bugs and vermin, guarantees that tropical tourism entities the world over, wage endless battles against them. Our own battle would be so much easier if guests, especially Jamaicans, like yourself who should know better, did not eat or store food/fruit in their rooms. Roaches are lots more ingenious than people generally credit them with. They enter our guest rooms slyly snuggled deep in the corners of our guests’ shopping bags and through the smallest cracks and crevices lured by the seductive aroma of food/fruit carelessly stored by our guests’ in their rooms. The question that continues to puzzle me even now, is why you chose not to advise me of your three times Roach Scare ? Especially in light of the strong phobia you claim you have. Had you spoken with either myself, Kerry Ann or our Head Housekeeper Corline, this entire matter would have been a non-issue. BTW, the Vape Mat you discovered in your drawer is not roach bait as you erroneously related but an electrical instrument to rid our rooms of the occasional pesky mosquito.

Our B&B affords travelers an intimate one-on-one experience with affable Jamaicans and most appreciate being warmly embraced as a member of our growing extended family. Most are enthralled by the wealth of knowledge Mom and I happily share about the vagaries of Jamaican life, our nation’s colourful politics and history and the diverse, exotic flora, fauna and landscape of our homeland. Mom might be old, forgetful and sometimes contrary but I would throw my cap in the ring and day over any local JUTA driver or guide.

In typical Asian manner, your friend, a fine lady of Japanese extraction, bonded instantly with my Chinese mother. Much to your chagrin and distress, her loving, generous spirit repeatedly included my Mom in your outings. Angel that she is, she even went so far as to invite Mom to accompany her on a train trip through Tibet and Nepal.

When your friend disclosed that she was happy to have you take charge of the tour itinerary as the Jewish Synagogue was the only item on her list of places to visit, I saw it as a perfect opportunity to extend my appreciation to her for being so lovingly accepting of the foibles of my aging Mother. Immediately on making my Mother's acquaintance she upheld Asian culture by respectfully honouring her as a person of value despite her infirmities. During your rant, you said she deemed it a mitzvah, yes ? Hopefully you now better understand, despite your aggrieved dismay, the cultural significance and your friend’s reasons for including Mom in your trips.

My offer to accompany you on your Kingston trip was intended to treat you both to my personal services as an expert tour guide, confident that it would be a much more interesting, lively and sophisticated tour than any your paid, run-of-the mill guide could ever hope to offer. I planned to accord your friend a tour of our island’s historic Synagogue, one of only a few in the world with sand on its floor, courtesy of our Jewish Community Leader, a preeminent Historian, who is an online friend of mine. These highly valued services were to have been entirely free of charge and totally acceptable to any JUTA driver. Quickly and instinctively realizing however that you were not pleased at having to share your friend’s attention and affection, and that you did not take kindly to disrupting your studiously and meticulously, planned travel itinerary, I withdrew from the trip with the first reasonable excuse that presented itself. I have no doubt that my Mom’s genuinely kind, warm-hearted new Asian sister settled without a murmur for a simple drive by.

Mi-Irie-Mon, it is regrettable that you feel that your trip was marred by this series of culturally based misunderstandings. I pray your heart will be open so you can recognize that there was absolutely no malicious intent on the part of your friend, my Mom or myself to ruin your road trips, or your birthday. I hope that with time you will be able to focus on the many positives of your trip, release the negatives that are in your mind and find joy in the many treasured memories I am sure you managed to store up of your trip to our homeland. God Bless !

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Reviewed 8 August 2012

Normally I don't do reviews, but in this case I had to make an exception. I stayed at the blue house from 07/22/12 to 07/29/12 with my birthday being on 07/25/12. In a word "Awesome". Had the best brithday week ever at 39yrs old. The food was ridiculously good, breakfast and dinner. Me being a vegetarian was no problem, they catered to my needs and made sure they cooked something I liked everday. The staff was wonderful. Thanks Elise, Mom, Darryl, Kerri-Ann, Yvonne, Lando and anyone else I forgot to mention. I'm not a big traveler and i love luxury, so I was curious how my stay was gonna be at the Bluehouse. It was GREAT! No complaints. Went on excursions everyday, my main driver was Patrick, Yea mon, no problem was the response for wherever i wanted to go. Special shot-out to my MASSEUSE, can't remember her name, but she gave me the best massage of my life, highly recommended. The staff made me and my girl feel welcomed and at home. I can't say enough good things about the bluehouse. If you are interested in something different than the hotel feel, please try the Bluehouse B&B. You won't Regret it! No Problem Mon. Happy 50th Jamaica.

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Reviewed 4 August 2012

My 7 days at the Blue House was AWESOME! The food and service was excellent. Darryl you a have gift....We loved everything you prepared..Yum Yum! Lando, Carlin, Kerry Ann, the entire staff provided exceptional service and truly made us feel at home. Mom (Gloria) is the sweetness lady! Elise, your sincere spirit was refreshing and your hospitality is next to none - the best hands down! You made us feel like family!

If you're looking for a relaxing environment with stellar service and delish food it's The Blue House in Jamaica! Thank you Blue House for making our vacation a memorable one! Blessings.

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Reviewed 1 August 2012

Absolutely great. I have ben to Jamaica many time and love the island, the culture, the people, and the food. This is the richest Jamaica experience I have had and its like doing a homestay with family. GREAT day trips are easy from there. THe food is just hard to put into words, and I am a "foodie" - if the enjoyment of cuisine is part of your trip you must stay here. The food is hands down the best Jamaican food I have ever had in Jamaica or the states, and I eat a lot of it. Hard to describe the amazing culinary delight of Blue House. I love the beach, so I was glad to be able to go to Reggae Beach whenever we wanted. Its great, got to meet amazing people from the full spectrum of the Jamaican Diaspora.

Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 30 July 2012

I stayed at the Blue House as part of a trek around the island where I was looking for things that are authentically Jamaican. Hands down, this place is second to none! It epitomizes what Jamaican hospitality and food is truly all about. It is one of those kinds of places that you want to keep to yourself and not tell anyone else about it, but so excited that you found it that you want to tell everyone about the experience. The property is about a mile or so (a quick ride) away form the famous Reggae Beach and some other beaches. It is situated on a quite road where it is nicely tucked away. If you drive too fast, you might miss it. The property is lush and have a zen-like feel to it. It is very relaxing and tranquil. The staff at the Blue House is also second to none. They are professional and extremely friendly from the initial email I sent to reserve a room to the point that you are there. They take great care in making sure that your stay will be the best you experience in Jamaica. I can see why they would be #1 at the time of me writing this review. The staff Kerry-Ann, Eleace (owner), Marlon and the team of some other young men (can't remember all their names) scurrying around to keep the place in tip-top shape and making your visit pleasant is simply amazing. The barefoot chef (Daryl) is an a class all by himself. His food is Jamaican food at its best. Better than most I have had anywhere else on the island. He too is just simply a warm person. I really enjoyed eating dinner with the owner. She is an extremely engaging woman and know so much about Jamaica and its culture. You truly feel like you are staying with either a close friend or family. In talking with her you will feel like you have known her all you life. She can point you in all the right directions of things to do and see.

The fact that the Blue House offers breakfast is enough, but their dinner option is truly out of this world. I would highly recommend including the dinner option during your stay. The rooms at the property are well decorated and a couple of them are of a exceptionally large. I stayed in the cottage in the back of the property. This is your best option if it is available. It is set apart from the house and is intimate, quite, peaceful and has a charming, romantic feel which will truly "satisfy your soul". It has a very private feel with a green, lush, tropical ambiance with a hammock and few humming birds flying around. The rooms are exceptionally clean and the beds a relatively comfortable.

In sum, the Blue House is great value for the money you will spend. When I am in the Ocho Rios area again, this will definitely be the place that I will be staying. I can't wait to return.

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  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 30 July 2012

The Blue House offers clean, comfortable and tastefully decorated rooms at a very reasonable price. The surroundings are truly tropical with lots of lush plants and flowers. It felt like an oasis. I would encourage you to choose the breakfast and dinner package, as the food is always excellent. The owner, Elise, is very friendly, and she makes you feel like family. She is a wealth of knowledge regarding what do do in Ocho Rios. Kerry-Ann was also very helpful when it came to organising our excursions. I must also thank Patrick, the driver, for being very prompt when it came to pick up times. He is very friendly, and accommodating, and extremely safe. Coming from Trinidad, it was strange having a driver that actually stayed below the speed limit! I stayed at the Blue House with my husband and I am very pleased I made the choice. Highly recommended!

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Reviewed 16 July 2012

We spent only two nights and days at The Blue House, but, are already making plans to return for a longer visit. We stayed in the Upper Room. The decor is so comfortable. The bed is great. The shower is amazing. The gardens were so relaxing with many places you can sit and read or just enjoy the view.

But, this was not even the best part of our stay. It is the food. Breakfast and Dinner is included. It should not be missed!! Each meal was a true delight in both taste and presentation. Before you arrive, you are asked to inform The Blue House of your culinary likes and dislikes. But, be adventurous. You will not be disappointed. They then apply a Jamaican flair to it. It will blow you away.

It was also such a pleasure to come back from our daily plans and not have to think about what restaurant we should eat at, or what we would then pick off of the menu. Our dinner was always varied and plentiful. Both our palate and appetite was satisfied at each meal. Even the breakfasts were a delight. If you are a coffee drinker, even it was great.

I have not even mentioned the staff and the owners. All of the above only happens because of their committment to The Blue House and your comfort.

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Address: White River Estates, Ocho Rios Caribbean, Jamaica
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Region: Caribbean > Jamaica > Saint Ann Parish > Ocho Rios
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Bar / Lounge Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant Shuttle Bus service Suites Swimming Pool Airport Transportation
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Ranked #1 of 20 B&Bs / Inns in Ocho Rios
Price Range: £143 - £269 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 5
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The Blue House Boutique Bed and Breakfast in Ocho Rios Jamaica offers all the intimacy and charm of a small boutique hotel at an affordable cost. Here's your chance to experience REAL JAMAICA in a cozy, elegant guest house with mouth-watering cuisine and genial, hospitable hosts. ... more   less 
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