Conde Nast places the Tryall Club on its Gold List as one of the best places to stay in the world.
The resort's 18 hillside and seaside fairways are accessible with in-house greens fees offered to the villa's guests. Complimentary shuttles transport guests from the villa's front door to all locations within the resort. Tryall offers a beauty salon offering massages and reflexology treatments, a large swimming pool at the Great House and a white sand private beach. Spend days on the sunny beach while waiters serve you from the beach bar. Snorkeling, kayaking, hobie cat sailing and sunfish sailing are complimentary, as are snorkels, masks and flippers. Play tennis on nine Nova Cushion courts, lighted for night play. Jog the trails, work out in the gym and utilize the complimentary Internet room. Enjoy the historic Great House with bar, boutiques, art gallery and fax machine. Enjoy afternoon tea at the Great House and the weekly Manager's cocktail party. Try the highly rated Great House Restaurant for Continental and Jamaican dining if you wish to dine away from the villa. The Tryall Club offers everything that you would need for the perfect getaway.
Tryall Club requires all guests 18 years old and older to join the club as temporary members. There is a charge of USD $100.00 per person, per week (or USD $20.00 per day for shorter stays) added to your account for your visit. Tryall will provide you with a membership card and hope you will use and enjoy all of the facilities of the club at your convenience. Tryall is a private club whose members may use all Club facilities and programs at no extra charge, with the exception of golf. You can pay the membership dues at the Great House Front Desk upon check-in. All major credit cards are accepted.
Keywords: Ocean View Villa, Caribbean Villa, Golf, Tennis, Beach
The 18-hole, 6221-yard, par 72 course, designed by Ralph Plummer, has been called “among the most beautiful golf courses in the world.” This tricky, wind-swept course offers stunning views, unique natural hazards and challenging greens. With nine holes bordering the Caribbean and nine that snake through verdant hillsides, Tryall offers stunningly divers topography.
The signature par-three 4th hole incorporates the natural challenges of the Caribbean Sea and the Flint River, while the memorable par-four 7th hole provides a dramatic tee-shot through the stone pillars of the historic aqueduct that feeds the adjacent waterwheel. The Tryall Club has played host to such prestigious international events as the Johnnie Walker World Championship