Ocho Rios Tamarind Great House
Crescent Estate PO BOX 41 Oracabessa
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We offer our guests at Tamarind Great House a unique environmentally-friendly setting providing luxury accommodation at very affordable prices.
Tamarind Great House is just a short distance away from plantation tours, secluded waterfalls, James Bond beach, Noel Cowards Firefly, and only a 30 minute drive to Ocho Rios, with its varied activities, such as botanical gardens, the famous Dunns river falls, dolphin cove as well as mystic mountain tree top tours.
Of course theres lots of restaurants and duty free shopping, as well as a large craft market.
Tamarind Great House is built on the site of an original planters estate, in the hills above Oracabessa, first built in the 18th century.
The house has solid wood floors from locally sourced trees throughout the downstairs, with antiques and locally made furniture to enhance the feel of colonial jamaica. Our guests enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of Tamarind, with its spacious bedrooms and large balconies.
The 13 acre farm produces fresh organic fruits and vegetables used in our kitchen.
The road to Tamarind is a country road, and the scenery to the house shows you every side of the real jamaica.
We are an owner run guest house, therefore catering personally to your requests.
Away from the main road, a relaxed and safe setting, surrounded by verdant hills, tropical flora and fauna.
A holiday in these surroundings will make your trip to Jamaica complete.
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