|The Blue House
Luxury Bed and Breakfast Villa Ocho Rios Jamaica
|Blue Mountain view from Strawberry Hill and either:
Historic Port Roya, Spanish Town and a couple of Historic Churches
Bob Marley Museum, Devon House and Emancipation Park
A Coffee Plantation
|Fort Charles in Port Royal, former playground of pirates, buccaneers and the British Navy
|Click on Links Below for Our Ocho Rios Jamaica Holiday Lodging & Vacation Travel Guide
|The Blue House Resort
A Luxury Bed and Breakfast Villa, with the laid back chic and warmth of a small boutique hotel, offering
affordable luxury vacation accommodations and Christian holiday lodgings in White River Estates, St Mary,
on the Caribbean Island of Jamaica, two miles east of Ocho Rios.
Telephone: (876) 994-1367
Mail: PO Box 6189, Ocho Rios, St Ann Jamaica WI
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.TheBlueHouseJamaica.com
Website by Ochie Web Design
Member of JamaicanBedAndBreakfast.com
|Award Winning Ocho Rios Jamaica Luxury Bed and Breakfast Vacation Villa
South Coast Tour - Pepper Shrimps in Middle Quarters,
PERSONAL GUIDED TOURS of Jamaica's top attractions. Dunn’s River Falls, Black River Safari,
Cockpit Country, Kingston, Mayfield Falls, the Blue Lagoon, Sommerset Falls and more.
SOUTH COAST TOUR, over night tour or better yet, a two night tour to Treasure Beach,
Little Ochie, Pelican Bar, Black River, Appleton Estate and YS Falls.
PORT ANTONIO, all day tour includes lunch at Blue Lagoon and rafting on the Rio Grande.
Lush tropical vegetation. Exquisite unique bottomless Blue Lagoon. Present road works makes
this normal 2-hour drive each way a 4 hour drive each way.
Includes rustic accommodations at Whitfield Hall where you’ll spend
the night. After enjoying a hearty Jamaican meal and a brief sleep,
wake early for the trail walk to the Blue Mountain Peak, here you
Tuesdays Only. Take:
- Overnight bag and toiletries
- Change of clothes, Jumper & walking shoes, warm clothing
- 2 day guided tour
- Overnight at Whitfield
- Dinner and Breakfast
- Hike to the Blue Mountain Peak
A Jamaican/German Village since 1835, the tour comprises of their historic struggle since arriving here in 1835.
After emancipation in 1834, the Germans were forced to learn "patios" in order to plant yams, bananas, ginger
etc, to survive and compete in the market place with the ex-slaves vending similar products.
Many died from malnutrition and other tropical diseases. You will learn about their determination to survive
hardships and to become self reliant Jamaican citizens.
Come see the German village and view the Mini Museum, the Roman Catholic Church Cemetery and the basic
school when in session. Seaford Town offers accommodation with easy shopping, a gas station, restaurant,
churches and excellent roasted pork synonymous with this area.
The Estate Tour is an excellent way to learn about and appreciate the Jamaican countryside and Jamaican
history. Dolly, our knowledgable guide, will entertain and educate you, while introducing you to the natural
and cultural history of the Estate and its environs. The tour begins at our Craft Shop, which features locally
produced crafts, comfortable restrooms and a panoramic view of the mountains and the sea. While you enjoy
a drink of natural juice made from local fruits, our guide will introduce you to local spices, produce, traditional
songs, and Green Castle history. The Tour then takes a short walk to our Organic Coconut Oil manufacturing
operation run by JamOrganiX. The tour walks you through the unique manufacturing process of cold pressed
organic coconut oil, where you can see the process of turning raw coconuts into coconut oil that can be used
in cooking, aromatherapy and message therapy. After the coconut oil operation, you board your bus or taxi for
a short drive through the scenic coconut groves to visit our large orchid operation, run by our partner, GC
Orchids. In the orchid house you will have the opportunity to experience the 100,000 beautiful orchid plants.
In addition to the natural beauty of the orchids, you will learn about how Greencastle grows, propagates and
cares for all 100,000 orchid plants. After the orchid houses you can visit our 300 year old Windmill Tower, a
striking stone base of a windmill used to power a sugar mill during the English Plantation days; and our Blue
Hole, an interesting circular coral formation in the interior of our rocky coastline with a tunnel leading to the
The Tour can finish back at the Craft Shop, or you can plan on a day in the country by reserving lunch at the
Estate House or Jacks Bay Beach. The Estate House is a refurbished 1950’s villa located high on a hill with
commanding views of the mountains and the sea. It has 3 acres of tropical gardens that guests can enjoy at
their leisure before or after lunch. Lunch will be a sampling of local cuisine (with vegetarian options if desired).
Staff will be sure to explain what is being served, how it is cooked, and how it fits into the Jamaican culture. A
seaside lunch at Jacks Bay, Green Castle’s swimming beach offers a more casual atmosphere with Jamaican
music and the ocean for company. Both offer a lovely location for lunch.
The tour provides you with an insight into Green Castle's 1,000 years of history, as well as some of Jamaica's
traditional agriculture history. You will see how JamOrganX turns the coconuts into organic coconut oil, as well
as the growing stages of this unique nut. The next stop is G.C. Orchids, a stunning 4 acres of commercially
grown orchids. The tour wraps up back at our Craft Shop with a chance to shop for locally made crafts and to
feed Peter, Eastern Livestock's friendly Brahmin Bull. A morning with Dolly is always interesting and entertaining.
|romantic tropical getaway at
Bed & Breakfast Villa
A small Caribbean Boutique
Hotel in Ocho Rios Jamaica