Mandeville and the South Coast


The popularity of Treasure Beach as an off-the-beaten-track destination has led to a blossoming in the accommodations market. Most of the guesthouses are remarkably affordable when compared with other tourist areas, with comfortable accommodations for two starting around US$30 per night. Even villas rent for considerably less than in other areas of Jamaica, with rates starting at around US$1,200/2,600 (low/high season) per week for 2-8 people.

The only time of year it becomes hard to find a room is during Calabash Literary Festival (late May), when those who haven't booked well in advance happily settle for whatever's available, even staying in Black River, Junction, or as far away as Mandeville if necessary.


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Cave Canem

Cave Canem is a beautifully constructed four-bedroom villa seemingly transplanted from a greek isle located on a private protected beach in Billy's Bay.

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Lashings Boutique Hotel & Villas

Lashings Boutique Hotel & Villas (from US$66) has five double occupancy rooms with king-size beds, ceiling fans, en suite bathrooms and Wi-Fi. A two-bedroom penthouse apartment on the top level has a large outdoor living area, and a king bed in each room, one of which can be separated into two twins. A five-bedroom villa (US$500/night) below the main hotel block has one king-size bed and four queen-size beds.

In: European Plan

77 West

77 West (US$130) is a five-unit boutique hotel built on a bluff overlooking a protected cove in Billy's Bay, Treasure Beach. The property is centered around a four-foot-deep pool surrounded by a large sunbathing deck with the rooms perched a few steps higher overlooking the sea. Rooms have minimalist furnishings and decor, with polished concrete floors, ceiling fans and A/C. Louvered windows open on three sides to take advantage of the sea breeze.

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Coquina is a three-bedroom beachfront villa on Great Pedro Bay, the eastern most of a string of coves together known as Treasure Beach. Coquina is set back from the water, separated from the beach by a sloping lawn and Blue Marlin, a four-bedroom sister villa that can be rented together for larger groups. The villas are situated on a 2.5-acre property with lovely gardens and a gazebo at the edge of the sand.

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Bliss by the Sea

Located on one of the most pristine beaches in Treasure Beach, Jamaica, this art deco home built in the 1950s, offers breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea and the Great Pedro Bluff. The bumpy track leading to the villa may at first appear to be somewhat rustic but it ensures peace and privacy as well as adding to the quiet charm.

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Kouros Villa

Serene, peaceful oceanfront villa with private beach fit for a Greek God

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Jakes Boutique Resort and Beachside Villas

The quintessential rustic chic to over-the-top luxe assortment of digs in Treasure Beach

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Hope House

Hope House, also managed by Jake's and a bit farther to the east, is a new two-story house exquisitely laid out and appointed with aged wood detailing, sleek interiors, and a veranda and plunge pool to die for.

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Doubloon Villa

Doubloon Villa (US$2950/week) is a comfortable four-bedroom villa with a small pool and deck overlooking the beach on Calabash Bay. One of the area's premier properties, Doubloon amenities include private baths, a well-equipped kitchen, air-conditioning, complimentary Wi-Fi and three full-time staff members.

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