The Lion House Jamaica EcoLodge
by Elizabeth Bentley
(Ocho Rios, Jamaica)
The Lion House Jamaica Ecolodge
Be refreshed by spectacular mountain views, cool breezes, home cooked Jamaican meals, colourful eco accommodations and delightful hosts.
I've taken a look at The Lion House myself and was quite impressed with the simple but rich cultural Jamaican experience it offers.
Here is a quotation from their website:
The Lion House is the creation of Mahlon and Lizzie Bentley.
Its humble beginnings were as a stop for 'cold jelly' (coconut water) in the early 90's.
Then Mahlon built a rustic board shop and began to cook for the local workers. For 5 years from 2004 Mahlon and Lizzie set up and ran an award winning Jamaican Restaurant in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Mahlon learnt to cook in the traditional way from his grandmother, a maroon from the mountains. Now he divides his time between cooking, farming and hosting our guests.
Lizzie brings her experience of running her delightful B and B in Edinburgh and of her Jamaican Beach Cottages.
The Rastafarian livity is the cornerstone of the business and their life.
They serve vegetarian, vegan and fish dishes. The venue is great for birthday, anniversary and wedding events.
They also offers self-catering facilities and free wifi. Below is their contact information:
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