My wife and I spent the best days of any trip of our adult lives at Mount Edge in the Blue Mountains! It is a delightful property run by great people. We were there in December.
Robyn and all the staff are genuine and accommodating. Robert cooks delicious meals served in the restaurant which has beautiful views and a great vibe. They always brew fresh Blue Mountain coffee which is the finest.
We stayed in Roost which we loved. It was nice having the bathroom in our room.
You can hear the waterfall from inside the room.
We met some other travelers there and went to Hollywell National Park and hiked some gorgeous trails. But our absolute favorite experience was hiking to the Rasta Camp in the rain on the Sabbath. The view of Kingston from there is breathtaking.
If you want a truly authentic Jamaican experience that is truly life-changing, come to Mount Edge.
Alan and Beth
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The all wooden buildings, perched on the hillside in the Blue Mountains 3500 ft above sea level with the river below, is known as Mount Edge Guest House. We are featured in Rough Guides and Lonely Planet travel guides to name a few. We are located about 30 minutes from the Reggae capital of the world, Kingston. The main building has two private rooms with shared bathroom, spacious living and dining room. There are also three cottages all with double beds and own bathrooms and another building with bunk beds for four. Follow us on Instagram at 17milepost ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mount Edge Guest House Hotel Kingston