This is a belated review. We were actually there in February but I've been reminded by editing my video. It won't appeal to everybody. There's no air conditioning, no spa and if you like that sort of five star accommodation think carefully before you go. For those who don't wish to be insulated from the real world, the cabins are clean and comfortable and Susie cooks a mean meal. You are set on high with stunning views all around and such a sense of tranquility. Apparently, the most common visitors are bird watchers (and I could see why it is such a good place for them) but it is such a beautiful, restful spot you can feel your blood pressure dropping by the minute. Oh, and the coffee is good! Charlie was away for most of our stay and it was Rodger who took us on excursions. What driving - I said it was really donkey territory but he got us out and back with a fully functioning car. Best part was the stories. Charlie, you have a book to write there - go for it. Thanks all for a wonderful time.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Lime Tree Farm is the perfect Jamaican holiday retreat for the independent traveller. Our beautiful ecological holiday cottages are set on a working coffee plantation that is nestled high in the magnificent unspoilt Blue Mountains of Jamaica. Combined with our first class, locally sourced organic cuisine, our Jamaican holiday cottages are the perfect luxury to come back to after exploring Jamaica's Blue Mountains with its rich flora, fauna and wildlife, whether hiking or by 4x4 jeep. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Lime Tree Farm Hotel Blue Mountains National Park
- Lime Tree Farm Jamaica/Blue Mountains National Park