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Guest house or Hotel Falmouth area of Jamaica
QUESTION: Hello Wellesley
Can you provide any contact details for reasonable Guest Houses or Bed & Breakfast hotels in the Falmouth area.
I have found one Yvonne & Cans B&B on a site called Trip Advisor, but have been unable to get through by phone and I believe the address given may be incorrect.ANSWER:
by Devin, December 22, 2012
Trelawny, or “yam country” as it’s affectionately known, and home to the world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt, goes down in history as receiving running water before even the United States of America.
Its capital, Falmouth, was once one of the busiest ports in the island and was a wealthy town in a wealthy parish where the motto, Out of Many One People, seem evident due to the racial mix that was evident there.
Falmouth is rich with historical artifacts dating back to the days of slavery. The ambiance of the parish is accentuated by the rich history which surrounds everything visible which makes it magical.
Its impressive 19th-century Georgian architecture, the buildings are still intact and
are renowned for their unique gingerbread woodwork is worthy of exploration.
The parish boasts a number of hotels, bed and breakfast and guest houses all having their own unique style and flavor.
Many of these hotels and guest houses do online registrations including Yvonne and Can Bed and Breakfast.
The Retreat Guest House and Jamaica Jewel Beach Hotel are a plus with visitors to that part of the island.
A good way to narrow your search is to check the ratings of these places and you will get an idea of where you would like to stay.
Here are more listings of guest houses bed and breakfasts that may also be of interests to you.
Hope you find that ideal spot.
- Abumere Guest House www.visitfalmouthja.com/view-hotel.php?accommodations_id=37
- Idleawile Villa www.visitfalmouthja.com/view-hotel.php?accommodations_id=35
- Villa Victoria (bed n breakfast) www.villavictoriajamaica.com/
- Jamaica Jewel Beach Hotel (bed n breakfast) http://www.visitfalmouthja.com/view-hotel.php?accommodations_id=13
- Clifton BnB www.bedandbreakfasts.carib.com/displayprops.asp?displayprops
- Horizon Villa www.leestours.com/HorizonVilla.htm
Liane's Guest House
Phone (876) 954-3308
Roi's Villas & Marina
Phone (876) 954-3852
Seafood House Restaurant
Salt Marsh, Falmouth
Devin, for My-Island-Jamaica.com
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