Experience the real Jamaica in this 1922 original colonial-style-house with spacious verandas and ocean view. The bed & breakfast is located in the nicest part of Jamaica. Only a 3 minute walk to a wonderful sandy beach where you can find turtles nesting during certain times of the year, watch the locals bring in fish, or just sit and relax.Delicious breakfast from the neighboring German bakery is not included in price (6,50 $). Dinner on request is possible. Guests also have the use of the kitchen in the house to cook their own meals.The rooms are spacious, clean and adequately furnished (complete with a heavy duty fan and mosquito netting above the bed). One Bedroom is include private bathrooms others are shared.The exterior of the property strongly maintains its colonial characteristics; the interior boasts a complimentary fusion of colorfully painted “afro-caribbean” walls, local tropical scenes captured on canvas, and bold captivating wooden sculptures that add a rustic charm to the warm and friendly atmosphere of the guesthouse.The social setting is diverse. There is ample opportunity to mingle with other guests and frequent visitors from all over the world. Enjoy local Jamaican culture with a twist of global inclusiveness. There are nice beaches, breathtaking waterfalls, and eye-catching nature less than 15 minutes from the guesthouse. The beautiful scenery has not yet been affected by tourism. There are nice restaurants in the area. There is a supermarket, fruit market, restaurants, bars, and many small shops in Oracabessa that is only 3km (approx 2 miles) away. Reggae concerts take place at the James Bond Beach, which is also only 3km away. There is plenty to see and do in the town of Ocho Rios, which is only 15km (approx. 9 miles) away. There are clubs, parties, concerts, bars, cafés, restaurants (Greek, Indian, Italian), cinema, casino, dolphin shows, tennis, golf, horse back riding, diving, craft markets and a whole lot more. ?Bus and taxi fares are extremely low. The trip to Ocho Rios costs approximately $2 and the ride takes approximately 15 minutes. Local buses (which are less expensive) and taxis run all day and through the night and they stop in front of the guesthouse (so the most you wait is 3 minutes). Tours to the most interesting spots in Jamaica can also be arranged.