Information on places to visit and distances to local amenitiesThere’s a huge range of excellent restaurants, bars, and attractions nearby.
We’ve picked out some of our favourites below:

Where to eat

Usain Bolt’s Tracks and Records

A nice environment, you might even catch the big man there himself. A few guests have met him!

Devon House

This is a stunning house to walk around and afterwards you can get a patty. The Dragon Stout ice cream is the best!

Jade Garden

A very nice Chinese restaurant in the Sovereign Centre.


This is in Port Royal and has the best fish dishes at a very reasonable price

The Regency bar and Lounge at Terra Nova

They have amazing lychee martinis here as well as other cocktails.

Terra Nova

They do a fabulous Sunday morning brunch at a reasonable price.


A lovely wine bar. Try the smoked marlin dip it’s great!

The Haven at Hillcrest

A rustic bar set outside. Lovely clientele and reasonably priced drinks.

Holywell Park

If you want an awesome view and want to make the trek up the mountain Holywell Park has a nice vibe.


This is the beach the locals go to – expect loud music and fresh seafood.

Fort Clarence

This is a little further down from Hellshire, it has all the same things, but it’s a slightly calmer spot!


Culture Yard in Trench town

Where the music originated – the is run by the local community – really nice vibes

Coronation Market

The freshest fruit and vegetables and lots of other things too

The craft market (near to Coronation Market

Individual pieces mad e by local craftsmen and women

Bob Marley Museum

Everything you need to know about the great man.

Craighton Coffee Estate (the closest to us)

One of the best coffee plantation tours, and coffee to buy and rum cake.

National Gallery of Jamaica

Great art on display.

Outside of Kingston

The Pelican Bar

An amazing bar near Treasure Beach – see if you can find our name written on the floorboards!

Lime Cay

Just a boat ride away from the main port in Kingston, you’ll find an island where you can play music,  drink beers and sunbathe until sundown. Order your fresh cooked seafood before you leave, agree a time for it to arrive, then jump on the speedboat to set up camp on the island. Your seafood will arrive (more or less on time) and you’ll have the whole day to do whatever you’d like. Best to go on a weekday when less people are there, or at the weekend for party vibes.