7 miles (11 Km) from Negril along Savanna la Mar main road - a restored farm manager's house built 1921 for the father of present owner. Plantation history abounds. Nearby, ruins and heavy machinery from original sugar factory, closed in 1946.
Laptop friendly workspace
2 single beds
1 queen bed, 1 double bed
1 king bed
1 sofa bed
Check-in time is 3PM - 6PM
Check out by 11AM
What a wonderful home off the beaten track near Negril! I absolutely loved the history and authenticity of this property. The space is comfortable (even w/o AC!), the view of the fields across the road is wonderful, Miss Edna the housekeeper is a sweetheart, Robin is a treasur…
Response from Robin:
Thank you Tamara for your very positive review (!) and I truly appreciate your Private Feedback which contained a wealth of suggestions that I have to look at implementing. Always there are ways to add features or improve existing ones -- for giving your time and thought to those observations I say BIG Thank You!
This was our second stay in Robin's absolutely beautiful home. We enjoyed a 10 night stay in comfort and relaxation. Would highly recommend if you're looking to enjoy Negril's beaches while staying a little bit away from the hustle and bustle of town. The historic charm of the h…
This was my second time in Jamaica but my first staying at an Airbnb. The place is exactly as it is described. It was just my best friend and I and so we had tons of space. Clifford, Marcia and Ms. Edna we're all very nice and helpful. Once we figured out our way around it was a …
Jamaican-born, live in west of the island, visit family in Canada. Have lived in West Africa, traveled the Sahara desert overland. Play racquet sports. Artist/ photographer/ nature lover/ socially conscious. Follow the wit & wisdom of Ben Franklin. Eye for beauty in people, b…
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within a day
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