Fern Hill Club Hotel and Villa Resort

Mile Gully Road, Port Antonio, Jamaica, Caribbean
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looking for inexpensive accomodations

by sharkydmc

have you any advice on an inexpensive place to stay for two in Port Antonio, Jamaica area?

Re: looking for inexpensive accomodations

by Diva_Dionne

Hi - I know of a new hotel in the Long Bay area of Portland called Pimento Lodge Resort . . . it's about 30 mins drive from Port Antonio but it's lovely.
It's family run by a jamaican couple who lived in Europe for many years. They will do whatever they can to make your stay a pleasant one as I found out for myself. Website is www.pimentolodge.com
Hope you have a nice time! :-)

Travel Tips for Port Antonio

Sustainable Development is local development

by portantoniotravel

The Port Antonio Community is seeking to support local development as it struggles for tourism in competition with the "all-inclusive gated-resort" message that is so well ingrained in the Jamaican marketing message. A beautiful area like Port Antonio is considered "too unsafe" for tourists and this message is being reinforced by the large resorts on the island. Tourists are told not to leave the resort area because the hotel can't guarantee their safety. What a shame... what a sham!

By working as a community to build a different image and message about Jamaica that includes exploring the countryside, enjoying and supporting the parks and other nature activities, and mostly about meeting the locals, Port Antonio will enchant visitors.

Development happens when the community supports it and when its members are respected as important to the industry. Walking the ocean-front roads and talking to the local folk.

Went to some wicked dances and...

by caprice4u

Went to some wicked dances and saw some excellant local Mc's, in Priestman's river and POrt Antonio, Celebrated Jamaican independence day in Port Antonia which was really great.. Didn't visit any restaurants, just ate good home cooking, oh yes went to a little cafe hut near Dragon Bay. The people, meeting some interesting musicians/rappers etc

Coconut juice.

by morgr

Throughout Jamaica you will find street-side vendors selling what they call 'jelly'. Jelly is basically frozen/frosted coconut juice, and when bought from street vendors typically comes in a plastic bag of some sort, making it awkward to drink. Sometimes street vendors also just have coconuts and machetes, they split it for you, and you drink strait from the coconut. After your drink, they will typically cut a spoon like peice from the shell with wich you are to scrape and eat the 'meat' from the inside.

If you are presented with the opportunity to drink strait from a coconut, do it, it's very good. It is a rather sweet, thick liquid.

Port Antonio

by chibi82

I had always wanted to go to Jamaica, but I wanted to stay away from the all-inclusives and decided to go to quaint Port Antonio instead. It was the right choice! Port Antonio was beautiful and laid-back, perfect enviornment to relax, have some fun and rejeuvinate.


by Joan58

Port Antonio is a small town on the eastern coast of Jamaica and is the capital city of Portland Parish. The town was well known in 19th century for the bananas trade (do you remember the song 'Banana boat' by Harry Belafonte?). In 20th century became a holiday resort where many famous and rich people spended their holiday. The actor Errol Flynn was enchanted by the place and set up house here in the 50'. Then for Port Antonio a period of decline begans and today is a quiet town not yet touched by the tourist development. The most important places to visit near Port Antonio are Frenchman's Cove and the Blue Lagoon.


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Address: Mile Gully Road, Port Antonio, Jamaica, Caribbean