Beach House Villas
Jamaica has so much to offer everyone who
visits. On Jamaica's western tip lies a beautiful and magical place,
Negril: seven miles of pure white Jamaican sand. Hidden among the palms,
low-rise hotels, resorts, guest cottages. Each 1-5 bedroom Villas has its
own unique theme of Seashells, Reef Fish, and Jungle Animal prints. All
water sports right on beach including scuba, snorkeling & sailing.
Stay in your choice of our Reef House Villa
decorated in a Reef Fish Motif; Jungle House Villa decorated in jungle
animal prints or Beach House Villa decorated in a seashell motif. All
villas are decorated with hand made furnishings of native woods.
Our spacious Villas all feature French
doors leading to patios or decks, A/C, ceiling fans, cable TV, telephones,
in-room safes, and tile floors and baths. The villas are dividable…take a
one, two, three, or four+ bedroom villa or multiple villas see the rate
The villas are available with options such
as full kitchens, kitchenettes, dining/living room, and Queen size futon
couch/beds. All kitchens are fully stocked with refrigerator, oven,
microwave, blender, coffee maker and dishes. Unlike the all-inclusive
resorts, where your food is prepaid in a package, staying in a villa
allows you to experience Negril to the fullest by trying the various
restaurants along the beach and on the cliffs.
With the villas, come a housekeeping staff,
gardener, 24-hour security and office personnel.
The Beach House Villa
Any closer to the water's edge and you'd be
swimming. Our premier Villa is directly on the beach with fabulous views
of the Caribbean! Large patios, decks and verandahs create added "outdoor"
From the second floor, the Negril coastline
enters the living room to our most luxurious accommodation. An oversized
kitchen and larger baths with double sinks put the finishing touches to a
perfect paradise. An exterior stair leads up to an immense railed rooftop
deck with sweeping views of the coast!
Oceanfront Beach House
Restaurant and Bar which offers casual island dining right on the beach
and is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner or late night drinks. Internet
service is available at our Cyber Cafe.
Within a five minute walk
are open-air crafts markets, the Village Center, tennis courts,
volleyball courts, and water sports centers offering snorkeling, scuba
and every aquatic sport imaginable.
This is the most northerly bay on the Negril coastline, and can be
accessed by way of small dirt roads off the main highway. In the 18th
Century it was a haven for pirates. Jack Rackam, "Calico Jack", named
for his penchant for calico underwear, and his bloodthirsty women
pirates, Anne Bonney and Mary Read, frequented the area and were
captured by the British in 1720. The Bay is said to be named, not for
the pirates' exploits, but for the whalers who butchered their catches
in the waters, causing them to be red with blood.
This small island, situated off the coast of Negril, is a popular
destination for water sports operators. It was used for the filming of
Jules Verne's "20,000 Leagues Under The Sea". The island was probably
named after the booby bird, a tern which breeds in the cays off the
island after spending most of the year out to sea. The booby eggs, once
regarded as a delicacy, are now rarely seen. They were traditionally
collected by Arawaks, a custom that was continued by local fishermen. It
is said that the birds were called "bobby" or "crazy" because they were
so easily captured.
A breathtaking drive up into rugged hill country, to a valley that time
forgot. This special place is only a 46 minute drive. "Falls Walking" is
a hike right up the falls themselves through virgin rain forest with
intermittent swimming "pools" and cascades to bathe in. An open air
bamboo bar and restaurant are at the base. Water shoes and bathing
attire are recommended.
Located on the Western end of Negril, the lighthouse is a Iandmark. The
concrete tower is 66 feet tall and the light is elevated 100 feet above
This is a favorite site for
nature lovers. Situated at Shrewsbury Estate near Petersfield, this
beauty spot is still largely unspoiled. Water gushes up from the ground
and flows to join another mountain stream. There is an old stone
aqueduct which takes off some of the water and in the side of the cliff
is the Roaring River cave, the mouth of a subterranean passage. The cave
may be explored, and if you are lucky, you will catch locals that play
music on rocks with bamboo inside the cave (the acoustics are great).
Imagine romantic Jamaica . . .
Say "I Do" on the beach or on the rooftop deck overlooking the Caribbean.
Sunset time is great! Your Jamaica will make memories for a lifetime at
Beach House Villas in Negril, Jamaica Hotels. Wedding packages start at
$548. We offer options such as: Wedding arch, photography, hors d'ouevres
and dinner for guests. Your reception may be customized to provide the
perfect Jamaica Hotels wedding for you!
Beach House Villas