A newly built two-bedroom bungalow in the exclusive gated-community of Stonebrook Vista - New Falmouth.
This property provides an opportunity to experience the 'Real Jamaica' in a friendly community. It is fitted with a variety of modern appliances and Wifi access for you to keep in touch with your friends and family or business (if you must!!). The cool breezes from the Caribbean sea ensures a comfortable and relaxing stay day or night. The landscaped garden provides the perfect setting for “al fresco dining”
It is close to the following places;
Trelawny Multi-purpose stadium (Soon to be renamed, the Usain Bolt Sports Academy)- Home of the annual Jazz & Blues festival in January
Falmouth Cruise Ship Pier and Shopping Village - New cruise ship capital of Jamaica
The Hip Strip Montego Bay- The North coast entertainment centre
Dunn's River Falls – Ocho Rios
Mystic Mountain theme park– Ocho Rios -
Additional chargeable services available;
Airport transfers - Donald Sangster Int.
Cook/Housekeeper – to prepare a variety of local dishes
Falmouth is the chief town and capital of the parish of Trelawny in Jamaica. It is situated on Jamaica's north coast 18 miles east of Montego Bay. It is noted for being one of the Caribbean's best-preserved Georgian towns.
The village of Sherwood Content, the birthplace of Usain Bolt, the world's greatest sprinter of all time, lies about 10 miles north of Falmouth.
Glistening Waters Restaurant and Marina on the Luminous Lagoon (Fisherman's Inn) offers lagoon tours beginning at sunset. The lagoon is one of only five bio-luminescent bays in the world.
The Martha Brae River is approximately three miles inland from Falmouth. The raft trips leave from Rafter's Village, a recreational area with well-kept grounds, picnic facilities, a bar, souvenir shop and a swimming pool. Experienced captains guide 30-foot bamboo rafts along three miles of the river. Passengers are welcome to take a swim in the river. The raft trips lasts approximately 90 minutes
The Falmouth Swamp Safari is a wetland nature preserve offering a 45-minute eco-tour. More than 80 crocodiles reside here, as well as birds, snakes and iguanas, all indigenous to Jamaica. The site was the location of filming of the James Bond thriller, 'Live and Let Die.'
The beaches near Falmouth are known as some of the best in Jamaica. Burwood Beach, off the north coast highway, is a free public beach with white sands and clear tranquil waters. Vendors sell local crafts at the beach.