guest house to rent in summer
by Renis Morian
I would like to visit Jamaica in the summer along with my 8 yrs old son.
I need to find a low cost guest house to rent a room, where can this be found?
April-01-2009 by Wellesley Gayle
There are lots of guest houses to choose from.
Of course you'll tend to find the cheaper ones outside of the city areas. But that too might be a blessing in disguise; you'll get to experience the true Jamaica in a natural, no frills environment.
I don't know the prices at all but I'll direct you to a link on the Jamaica Tourist Board's website that provides a nice list. Here is it
The only downside is that these are probably the more established ones, you may or may not find a low cost cost gem.
If anyone is aware of a hidden gem, please indicate by commenting below.
Either way, please keep in touch Renis.
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